Outcry in Warsaw: After the rape of a young Pole by an Afghan in Munich, the Polish prime minister asked Polish public prosecutors to join the investigation. He clearly sees this act as the result of a policy of open borders. Obviously there governments are still concerned about the safety of citizens – not so in Germany.
On the night of Friday to Saturday, an 18-year-old girl was raped by a 20-year-old boy for half an hour at the Max-Weber-Platz underground station in Munich. The victim is a Polish language student, the alleged perpetrator is an expatriate from Afghanistan. According to Munich police, the 18-year-old was drunk on his way home after a party and fell asleep on a bench on the Max-Weber-Platz subway platform. The other man took advantage of his helplessness. There were no subways during that time. The victim lodged a complaint the next day. He was able to trace her cell phone, which was stolen from her by the rapist. This led the police to the alleged culprit. The 20-year-old Afghan was arrested at his Munich apartment on Sunday night. He is in custody since Monday.
This act caused great indignation in the Polish government. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called for Polish prosecutors to be involved in the investigation and also expressed strong criticism of the European Union’s migration policy. X (formerly Twitter) he wrote:
A young Pole was raped by an Afghan immigrant in Munich. These are the results of the open borders policy.
We are one of the safest countries on the continent and we care about the safety of Poles.
We will ask the German side to immediately involve Polish prosecutors in the investigation.
Polish government rejects EU migration policy; Warsaw rejects the EU’s asylum accords and the compulsory admission of refugees. This attitude is in stark contrast to the German government, which has no interest in the safety of Germans and denies the negative side effects of uncontrolled mass migration and keeps critics in the right-wing corner.