Taxi Luxury for refugees
Recently, in a small German town, my taxi driver told me that he frequently drives refugees to places, at no charge to them, for free. At the end of the month, the bills are sent to local government for compensation. He is strictly prohibited to talk or mention this refugee taxi privilege. And the recent epidemic of rapes, and break ins in this formerly peaceful town are also kept secret.
Gag orders for taxi drivers, journalists, physicians, everyone
Refugees in Germany get free government-paid taxi rides for very short distances, or to the next town plus several hours taxi wait time. It is possible that such benevolence can be defended and justified because these refugees do not know their way around.
What is totally indefensible is that the government wants to hide such facts from the voting and tax paying population. All negative side effects of immigration and welcoming of refugees are systematically hidden and covered up.
- The Silence Code | 4Racism.org about gag orders for police, media, physicians and more
A PIG search finds a few more rare taxi drivers who break the silence (and likely had to suffer consequences later)
The following video is an excerpt from a longer documentary about taxi drivers that are hired by local government in Saxony to chauffeur “refugees” to their various appointments. It’s startling to see how much money the German authorities are willing to spend to make sure their culture-enriching charges make it to the welfare office on time. And then the cabbie has to wait for three or four hours — with the meter running the whole time. [Continue at Transcript with video]
Video: must see …..
Government and media brazenly and openly deceive the population. Deception by omission.
Gag Orders and Silence Codes for Police, Broadcasters,
January 26. In an interview with the German public radio, Deutschlandfunk, retired public media personality Wolfgang Herles admitted that public broadcasters receive "instructions from above" when it comes to reporting the news:
"We have the problem that we are too close to the government. The topics we cover are determined by the government. But many of the topics the government wants to prevent us from reporting about are more important than the topics they want us to cover…
"We must report in such a way that serves Europe [the European Union] and the common good, as it pleases Mrs. Merkel. There are written instructions … today we are not allowed to say anything negative about the refugees. This is government journalism, and this leads to a situation in which the public loses their trust in us. This is scandalous."
Previously, Claudia Zimmermann, a reporter with the public television broadcaster WDR, said that public media outlets in Germany "have been warned to report the news from a pro-government perspective." [Source] […]
January 27. The public radio and television channel, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, reported that German taxi drivers are profiting from the migrant crisis by taking migrants to doctors’ appointments and asylum interviews. The cab fares are being paid for by German taxpayers. MDR reported on a taxi company in Leipzig that had billed the government for 800 taxi fares for taking migrants to run errands. One taxi driver, for example, drove a migrant family on an 80 km (50 mile) journey for an appointment with migration authorities. The meter was left running while the driver waited for the migrants to return from their meeting. The fare was 309 euros ($344). [Source]
January 28. Bild reported that politicians in Kiel had ordered the police to overlook crimes perpetrated by migrants. According to the paper, the police in North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony have also been instructed to be lenient to criminal migrants. [Source] […]
January 28. Police in Berlin said that a volunteer with the charity group Moabit Hilft had fabricated a story about a 24-year-old migrant said to have died while waiting for days outside an asylum registration office. The story was allegedly faked in an effort to embarrass the government for its slow response to the migrant crisis.
January 29. The European Commission, the powerful administrative arm of the European Union, said that the sexual assaults in Cologne had nothing to do with the migrant crisis and were simply a matter of public order. A confidential memo leaked to The Telegraph stressed the importance of the Commission’s "continuing role in sounding the voice of reason to defuse tensions and counter populist rhetoric." The Commission called for "the unconditional rejection of false associations between certain criminal acts, such as the attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, and the mass influx of refugees."
January 31. The Interior Minister of Saxony-Anhalt, Holger Stahlknecht, of the Christian Democrats, announced that he would delay releasing the 2015 crime statistics until March 29, two-and-half weeks after regional elections. The statistics are normally released in February or early March. Rüdiger Erben of the Social Democrats said: "The late release date reinforces my suspicion that the statistics are horrific." [Source]
Also see The Silence Code | 4Racism.org about gag orders for police, media, physicians and more