Scandal: Infiltration of Berlin police by Muslim crime clans
Large criminal networks of migrant descent are seeking to provide some of their members access to the inner workings of state services, Bodo Pfalzgraf, the head of the Berlin branch of the German Police Union, told the German broadcaster ZDF
Published: November 8, 2017, 9:22 am
The Berlin Police is also examining the audio file of a trainee at the Spandau Police Academy complaining about intolerable conditions. The anonymous voicemail was then sent to police president Klaus Kandt.
German daily Die Welt reported the trainee as saying: “These are not colleagues, this is the enemy. This is the enemy in our own ranks.”
The former Berlin Finance Senator Thilo Sarrazin attacked the Berlin Police and Interior Affairs Senator Frank Henkel (CDU) when the news broke.
In a column for the Zürich daily the Weltwoche Sarrazin noted how applicants of Arab and Turkish origin were being given preference. This “illegal new practice” is hollowing out standards and the quality of the police, he warned.
“It’ won’t be noticed immediately, but in ten or twenty years or so,” Sarrazin said. “Candidates for police careers who are of Turkish and Arab origin are being favoured.” This is done in such a way “that over the long term the quality of the police as well as the uniformity of their behaviour and thus the implementation of the law is put in jeopardy”.
A large proportion of these Muslim applicants have a “criminal history”, the former federal banker and best-selling author of Deutschland schafft sich ab, explained.
For that reason the requirements for a clean record in joining law enforcement, have been dropped. It is no longer necessary to prove a clean slate over the previous ten years. Only the last five years are required to have been crime-free. “In this way, former intensive criminals have joined the police in Berlin.”
A knowledge of German has also lapsed as a requirement, as a large proportion of applicants of Turkish and Arab origin have not mastered the language. In police training, the test requirements have been lowered Sarrazin says, in order to prevent high failure rates. “A double standard has been created, which not only disadvantages German police trainees, but over the long term is dragging down the overall qualification levels of the Berlin police.”
Berlin’s Interior Affairs Senator Frank Henkel rejected Sarrazin’s criticism as “stupid”. He accused the author of singling out those migrants for attack “who want to integrate into our society and commit to upholding the law is stupid”.
Finally, there has been “reassurance” from the establishment regarding the Berlin Police Academy scandal, where the leaked voice message lamenting intolerable conditions due to a migrant student rate of 36 percent had surfaced.
According to Bild Zeitung: “All of the allegations were unfounded, Detective Chief Superintendent Thomas Neuendorf points out […] ‘Just because a police trainee is from a city-wide notorious clan doesn’t mean we will discriminate against him. We evaluate the individual case.’ Small criminal offenses in the past, such as theft or damage of property, were no reason not to be accepted. According to Academy Chief Jochen Sindberg, we shouldn’t forget that these are young people. ‘It is all too normal that some pupils will be insolent as shit at times’.”
Thieves meanwhile broke into an immigration office in the Moabit district of Berlin last month and stole up to 20 000 blank passports and other immigration documents as well as official German stamps and seals.
Late last year, Berlin police revealed that established Muslim crime gangs were “making great fortunes” from renting out accommodation to the German government for use as “asylum refugee centres” at inflated prices.
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