A former refugee worker in Germany regrets her assistance in welcoming the invaders:
Natalia Osten-Sacken: Rebecca, you’ve worked many years with refugees and immigrants, you’re a well-known human rights activist. Already before the big wave of immigration in 2015, you were well known for fighting for unlimited admission of these people to Germany. What influenced the change of your views?
Rebecca Sommer: I would like to point out that I have never fought for “unlimited” admission of migrants, because it is impossible for any country to adopt infinitely. I am a humanist and human rights activist. The first years I believed that people who come here are real refugees, happy that they will be safe now and that they will show a good faith in order to adapt here and to integrate. But with time, an unpleasant awakening came about step by step. The reasons for this were so complex that I just couldn’t ignore it anymore.
Rebecca, you’ve worked many years with refugees and immigrants, what influenced the change of your views?
Looking back through the years of repetitive experiences and myself in my work environment as a volunteer, I had to admit to myself that when it comes to Muslim refugees, they have grown up with completely different values, into which they have been brainwashed and are indoctrinated by Islam, and have no intention of adopting our values — worse, they look at us, unbelievers with superiority and arrogance.
You’ve also worked in refugee shelters. What caught your eye?
The sexual molesting of volunteers happens all the time, but none of us has ever reported such a case to the police because none of us wanted to be seen as an opponent of refugees and cause problems for the centre.
And what has emerged from your tracking of the progress of immigrants?
A woman has no human value, she is perceived as a sexual object and not as a partner
What would you like to convey to Poland and Poles?
Stay relentless in your resistance against the European Union breaking the rights of individual nations – in this case against the relocation of refugees forced from outside.[by the EU]. Every country and nation has the right to choose their guests. No country should have to give up the right to self-determination. People within their country have the right to rule themselves, without interference from outside. You have the right to determine your own political path and status, and be free from outside pressure. Do not lose your identity, no nation, group, ethnic group, be it Italians, French or Poles, will survive if you don’t isolate yourself in a sensible way, in accordance with your interests.
German women lament their growing social isolation. But is it enough to get them to stop virtue-signaling, stop condemning the Alt-Right, and abandon the suicidal Left in favor of nationalism and the West?
Do you still feel safe as a woman in your country and how did, what happened in Cologne, affect you?
Like many other women in Germany, I no longer feel safe. The number of women, who visit me or send me messages on Facebook about their fears or concrete experiences with migrants, is growing continuously.
The problem is that instead of publicly communicating their criticisms or protesting on the street against this policy, most people prefer private “solutions”. You do not celebrate anymore or only in male company, you don’t get dressed any more, avoid certain places etc.
It is cruel to see how women keep silent and are unnoticed by the majority of society, while much of the media attention disappears as well. It is in a weakened form what happened in many Islamic countries after the revitalization of conservative Islam.
The woman becomes invisible.
The situation is still easily dealt with. It could be handled inside of three months. But women are going to have to stop bursting into tears and falling for every stupid sob story, and trying to silence the voices and tie the hands of the men with the will to save Western civilization.
The solution is simple. Sink the ships, seal the borders, and send them back.