A report published by the Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA), the number migrant-perpetrated sexual offences – defined as sexual assaults, rapes and the sexual abuse of children – had increased by 500% between 2013 and 2016.
The report is one which is published annually under the heading of Criminality in the Context of Migration (Kriminalität im Kontext von Zuwanderung), records crimes committed by asylum seekers, refugees and illegal immigrants. This definition covers the vast majority of the nearly 2 million migrants that the Merkel regime has imported over the last few years.
The latest edition of this report, published at the end of April, shows that migrants committed an average of 9 sexual offences every single day in Germany last year. That is a 102% increase on the previous year’s figures.
The largest increase from 2015 to 2016 came from an influx of Iranian Zuwanderung (asylum seekers, refugees and illegal immigrants), who committed 329.7% more sexual crimes. This group was followed closely by Syrians who committed 318.7% more sex crimes than the previous year.
Afghanistan (up 259.3%); Iraq (up 222.7%); Pakistan (up 70.3%); Algeria (up 100%); and Morocco (up 115.7%) were the other primary countries of origins of the biggest culprits in sexual crime cases.
To put these figures in context, that means that migrants committed 3,404 sexual crimes in 2016. Considering Germany has a rape rate of 9 per 100,000 inhabitants, this means that – with the figures loosely extrapolated – migrants are committing just under 50% of all rapes in the country, despite being less than 5% of the overall population.
Figures such as these are a damning indictment of the Merkel regime’s open-door policy. It demonstrates that far from enriching German society with their so-called vibrant cultures, these migrants have made Germany less safe and less prosperous.