19 Year Old Medical Student Raped And Drowned By Afghan Migrant

After the publicised murder of Maria Ladenburger, Germany remains in shock and fear over what is to happen next. The 19 year old Medical student, who was the daughter of a senior European Commission lawyer, had been raped and then drowned. Her body was discovered in a river in the town of Freiburg on the 16th of October.

To my surprise, a 17 year old Afghan migrant (who was also a “refugee”) had been arrested, who had only recently immigrated.

Die Welt mentions that 68 detectives followed a reported 1,600 leads and interviewed 1,400 potential witnesses. The arrested “man” had not been named.

Police had mentioned that the individual had a previous criminal record, and had been investigated for “illegal entry”. Despite these allegations, officials had still allowed him access to Germany, to live with a German family who had taken him in.

The young woman was also a volunteer at a local Migrant Home. Whether or not the criminal knew Ladenburger is still unknown. However there was DNA evidence found on the bicycle and scarf belonging to the victim.

If the irony of the situation isn’t large enough, the victim’s father is said to be a high ranking EU official strongly supporting Merkels policy. At the funeral held for the victim, the parents asked for donations for a refugee support organisation.

Through this information, it is seen how easily this tragic event could have been prevented. However, thank goodness the Green party mayor Dieter Salomon put our minds at rest saying:
“It is good for the police to have [worked on] this cruel and terrible murder so fast… [people should] not use the origin of the culprit to make generalisations about migrants, but instead to see this as an isolated case”.

Was this just an isolated case, however?

On July 24th 2016, a 40-year-old migrant from Eritrea raped a 79-year-old woman in a cemetery in Ibbenbüren.

On July 14th 2016, it emerged that one of the women raped by Muslim sex mobs in Cologne on New Year’s Eve became pregnant. She failed to report the attack to police because she felt ashamed.

On July 3rd 2016, a 24-year-old woman raped by three migrants in Mannheim in January admitted that she lied about the identity of the rapists. Selin Gören, a Turkish-German woman, initially said that her attackers were German nationals, when in fact they were Muslim migrants.

A mob of asylum seekers (a count of at least 30) from Afghanistan assaulted three teenage girls (aged 15, 16 and 17) at a shopping centre in the northern German city of Kiel, on February 25th 2016. Need I mention the Cologne attacks?

Are all of these an isolated case too?

I live in the city of Basel in Switzerland, which is rather close to the city of Freiburg in Germany. To understand that such a disgusting attack had happened on a woman that is close to my age, and of similar ethnicity makes me afraid. How many more attacks must happen to young women, for the government to finally open their eyes and see the true correlation?

Why must many women walk around in fear, knowing that because of the government’s careless case of “cultural enrichment”, the likelihood of being raped and/or attacked has now increased? Despite the fact that this attack had strongly affected the life of an EU official, nothing is being done to prevent further attacks. So, who is to blame?

Of course, the migrant himself, but there are more perpetrators involved. These include the parents, brainwashing the young girl to such an extent that she decides to help those who do society wrong. She believed that there is no need to fear such predators, obviously because that would be racism.

So here is a message to the parents of the victim: After the death of your own daughter, to smugly say “look at how progressive I am”, indeed you have made yourself part of the crime. Indeed you are part of the reason to why many women must live in fear today. Indeed, you are no better than the sick minded savages that use your people, and your daughter.

Nobody fights fire with love anymore, not after what you and your privileged allies have created.


Alison is a conservative right wing authoritarian. Having grown up in England and lived there for 18 years, UK politics remains a large part of her life. She is now living in Basel Switzerland, but is still passionate about UKIP, and other right wing leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump

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