On the occasion of the MWGFD press symposium in Munich on September 28, 2023, Report24 had the opportunity to ask the top-class speakers for interviews. Uwe Kranz, founder and longtime head of LKA Thuringia, provides information about years of investigations against child molestation gangs. He is particularly critical of current developments regarding the early sexualization of children. There is no place for children’s bedding and children’s sexuality in the state.
In Germany, the rate of abuse-related crimes has increased again by 7 percent compared to 2022. Kranz also blames the easier possibility of distributing child porn on the Internet, which takes mere milliseconds compared to before. Today there are all kinds of major crimes in this context, including child brothels and baby farms in Central Europe. Children are traded like a commodity.
He also took a critical stance on the Teichtmeister case in a brief 13-minute interview:
Report24 editor-in-chief Florian Machl asked the expert, who now works as an international security consultant, about the Teichtmeister case. In this case, Kranz was very well informed and briefed in detail. He also believes that the culprit, now convicted, was treated especially kindly so that no further details were made public. The investigation did not conform to normal standards – several investigative steps were skipped.
According to Kranz, society looks the other way and does not take action – especially where protection and assistance are most needed. The situation will not improve – the same issues come up every few years, but nothing changes. Now these incomprehensible and untenable conditions meet the UN and WHO’s plans for early sexualization, where the state seeks to influence and control the sexuality of very young children. For example, children as young as four should be taught how to masturbate. This would lead to a situation like the old GDR – “But do we want that?” Kranz asks angrily.
The Scholz quote that Kranz cites makes you sit up and pay attention. Current German Chancellor Scholz said in 2002, “We have to achieve air sovereignty over baby beds”. But that would be a natural right that only parents are entitled to, says Kranz.