Berlin New Year’s Eve Celebrations Will Have Safe Zone for Women

The reports of sexual assaults have become so numerous that the Berlin New Year’s Eve events will feature special areas to protect women.

Reading about the Berlin New Year’s Eve celebrations reminds one of London mayor Sadiq Khan saying we must get used to terror attacks because that’s life in the city. A few years of mass immigration have changed the culture (and crime rate) of Germany.

The bright side of this story is that at least the police and media are admitting to the sexual assault problem instead of denying it.

The BBC reports, “New Year’s Eve party in Berlin to have ‘safe zone’ for women.

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Organisers of Berlin’s New Year’s Eve celebrations are to set up a “safe zone” for women for the first time.

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The new security measures planned for the Brandenburg Gate party come amid concerns about sexual assaults.

A large number of assaults and robberies targeting women at Cologne’s New Year’s Eve celebrations two years ago horrified Germany.

Hundreds of women reported being attacked by gangs of men with migrant backgrounds.

The events in Cologne heightened tensions in the country over the large influx of refugees […]

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