That awkward moment when a 16-year-old girl tells a chancellor how to run a country.
In case you’ve slept through the last few weeks, there have been quite a few instances of Muslims raping women in Europe this year. The worst episode occurred on New Year’s Eve when a Muslim rape gang consisting of a thousand members ran amok in Germany, raping, groping, and assaulting countless fraus and fräuleins.
Needless to say, German women aren’t happy about that development. That’s because German women don’t like to get raped (they share that character trait with women from every other country in the world).
One 16-year-old girl, Bibi Wilhailm, got so exasperated by the situation that she made her own 20-minute YouTube video telling German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she’s screwed up allowing so many Muslims into her country.
“Please help us!… It is… very hard to live day-to-day as a woman,” she says in the video.
She goes on to say that she is “so scared everywhere, for example if my family and I go out together, or if I see a movie with my friends. Usually I stay out until 6pm in winter, and it is so scary. It is just very hard to live day-to-day as a woman.”
She says that she’s seen a 17-year-old, a 15-year-old, and two 12-year-olds attacked.
At least we know the Muslims don’t discriminate on the basis of age.
Then, Bibi offers this: “I cannot understand why they do this. But more importantly, I cannot understand why Germany is doing nothing! Why is Germany standing by, watching, and then doing nothing? Please explain, why. Men of Germany, these people are killing your children, they are killing your women. We need your protection.”
She ends the video as follows: “Thank you, Angela Merkel, for killing Germany! I have no more respect for you, Merkel. I do not think you know what you have done. You do not see how our lives have changed. Open your eyes! Is this normal? Should I, a 16-year old who is almost 17, be so scared to walk outside my house? No, it is not normal. You have killed Germany!”
We don’t need to add anything to that.
(The video is embedded here, but it’s in German.)