German politician prosecuted for criticizing migrant gang rapes

(UPDATE) A German politician has been prosecuted by the government for daring to criticize the country's escalating migrant rape crisis.

A report by the German outlet Kreiszeitung notes that District council member Marie-Thérèse Kaiser of the AfD Party shared a post on social media in 2021 regarding refugee resettlement, asking the question “Afghan refugees, welcome culture for group rapes?” reports: She included a link to government stats that highlighted a massive disproportion in the number of Afghan migrants who have committed gang rapes in Germany compared to other foreigners and native Germans.

Kaiser has stated that the question she asked was justified because of the statistics, adding that as a candidate for the Bundestag, she wanted to initiate a debate.

She also stated that as a woman, she feels threatened by groups of men with a migrant background, especially on public transport, and wants to protect other women, and is concerned that uncontrolled immigration is making the country more dangerous.

The judge who found her guilty of incitement proclaimed that “Freedom of expression ends where human dignity begins,” the article further notes.

Commenting on the verdict, Kaiser said “The whole world is astonished by this decision by the German courts. After even Elon Musk picked up on my case, I have received numerous messages of support and press inquiries. The demand for a way to donate is also becoming louder and louder.”

She added, “My trust in the German rule of law was once again severely shaken yesterday, but all the letters give me courage and confidence.”

As we have repeatedly highlighted, crime in Germany has exploded to levels not seen in close to a decade, with a huge increase in migrants committing offences, especially violent crimes.

Statistics from the German Interior Ministry released last month show that the number of foreign suspects rocketed up to around 923,000 in 2023, correlating to a whopping 18 percent increase in just one year.

The data further shows that 41 percent of all crime suspects in Germany are foreigners, despite only representing 15 percent of the total population.

Overall there has been a massive 14.5% increase in the number of non-German suspects of violent crime.

The report notes that there has been a 5.5% increase in crime and an 8.6% rise in violent crime in 2023, which is now at a 15 year high.

Opposition parties on the right, including AfD, have argued that the data shows the urgent need for a cap on immigration, and have argued that such ‘integration’ policies are a key component of the coalition government’s race to naturalize millions of foreigners, thereby masking the truth of who is behind the crime surge.

Indeed, the stats don’t even provide the full shocking picture of what is happening because many of the “German” suspects are really foreigners who have obtained German citizenship, or they are Second or third generation migrants.

Yet the left wing government is adamant that the real ‘extremist’ threat in Germany are conservative Germans.

After sustained mass migration to the country and the explosion in crime, Germans are now expressing widespread opposition.

Finally, consider this:


The district council member Marie-Thérèse Kaiser (AfD) was found guilty of incitement by the district court of Rotenburg. In an online posting, the Sottrum resident called Afghans gang rapists.

Rotenburg/Sottrum - Marie-Thérèse Kaiser, member of the district council and chairwoman of the AfD in Sottrum, has been found guilty of incitement to hatred. According to the verdict of the Rotenburg District Court, the 26-year-old referred to Afghans as gang rapists during her campaign for the 2021 federal elections. According to presiding judge Cordes, this is no longer covered by freedom of expression and disturbs public peace.

Kaiser was sentenced on Thursday to a fine of 100 daily rates of 60 euros each. This was less than the 120 daily rates of 120 euros demanded by the public prosecutor's office. However, the sentence is not yet final. The judge praised the woman from Sottrum, who said she worked in the office of AfD member of parliament Bernd Baumann, for her full commitment to the crime during the trial and the previous police interrogation. "You were an exemplary defendant," he said during the verdict.

Under the influence of the election campaign

So there was no discussion: In August 2021, a few weeks before the German elections, Kaiser was sitting on the train to Berlin and reading an interview with Hamburg's mayor, Peter Tschentscher, in the German newspaper Die Welt. At the time, Germany was closely following events in Afghanistan, which was being reclaimed by the Taliban as the Western occupiers began to withdraw. At the time, the focus was also on rescuing the allied local workers and their families, as well as other people persecuted by the Taliban. Tschentscher announced in an interview that he would host 200 refugees in Hamburg.

According to the court's interpretation, after reading the interview, Kaiser tried to use it for her election campaign. At the time, she was her party's direct candidate for the Bundestag in constituency 30 Stade I - Rotenburg II. The Sottrum native creates a picture for her social media profiles and writes on it: "Afghan refugees; Hamburg SPD mayor for 'unbureaucratic' admission; Welcoming culture for gang rape?"

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