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Birgitt E. Morrien and her plan of a memorial for the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve 2015/2016 in Cologne

COLOGNE. In order to commemorate the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve 2015/2016 in Cologne, the artist Birgitt E. Morrien suggested the erection of a memorial. "The time is ripe for a very strong impulse at the point," she said, according to the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger.

According to her plans, a 30-meter-high egg made of sand-lime brick is to be set up in front of Cologne Cathedral. She understands the sculpture as a symbol of femininity, the future and hope. It was both fragile and stable, explained Morrien, who also works as an author and consultant, for her design. In addition, the place in front of the cathedral creates a connection to the Catholic Church, which excludes women from important offices.

New Year's Eve in Cologne sparked debate about asylum seekers
A spokesman for the city of Cologne has meanwhile indirectly rejected the project. Since the cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, only actions are allowed on the cathedral plate that have a direct connection to the place of worship.

During the turn of the year five years ago, there were massive sexual assaults on women around the cathedral in the Rhine metropolis. Most of the suspects were asylum seekers from North Africa. The incidents had led to a discussion about the federal government's migration policy. The mayor of Cologne, Henriette Reker (independent), advised women to keep an arm's length away from strangers.

Morrien does not see where the problem comes from
As it usually happens with feminists, they fail to find the origin of these attacks when they imply an ideological conflict. Feminists and other left-wing activists will generally refuse to accept that most of the sexual attacks against women, the increase of violence against homosexuals and the growth of anti-Semitism not just in Germany but throughout Western Europe are caused by the influx of Muslim migration.

Morrien wants to erect this memorial in front of the Cologne Cathedral because the Catholic Church excludes women from important offices. Do mosques do a better job for the inclusion of women? Why not a memorial of the oppression against women in Islam?

Birgitt Morrien is a coward. After more than 1,200 women were sexually abused and harassed by more than 2,000 men, most of them refugees from North Africa, she only posted two vague tweets about the incidents, and as expected not a single mention to the origin of the problem:

Translation: "Double shock: 1. New Year's Eve 2015 in Cologne: 1,000 women experience violence in public at the same time. 2. Many did not know that this is a criminal offense."

Translation: "Advertising at Cologne Central Station after New Year's Eve 2015. No exception"

She does talk quite a lot against the Catholic Church:

But absolutely nothing about Islam:

And of course, no mention to mosques either:

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