To test if German citizens acted racist towards them
Paul Joseph Watson
November 19, 2018
German schoolgirls were asked to wear Muslim hijabs as part of a social experiment to test whether German citizens would be racist towards them.
Six girls donned Islamic headscarves before visiting downtown Lünen. According to a male teacher who observed the group, older people looked at the girls with skepticism and when told about the social experiment responded by saying, “Stay out of here with that garbage.”
The participants said that the hijabs made them feel more self-conscious, strange and that they were being watched.
The Gates of Vienna website complained that the girls were being prepared “for life under sharia”.
“It’s as if they’re being coached on the way to behave once Islam becomes dominant in Germany — which will probably happen within their lifetime,” commented the blog.
While expressing sympathy for Muslims being discriminated against by Germans, the story fails to mention the fact that bullying of non-Muslim German children in migrant-heavy schools is a huge and growing problem.
The mother of a student in a Frankfurt school told BILD that her daughter was being bullied by Muslim girls to such a degree that she had to “take them out of school for protection.”
“She was beaten and verbally attacked on the way to school,” said the mother, explaining that abuse was because her daughter has blonde hair, doesn’t wear a headscarf, has a German-Hebrew name and is a Christian.
When the headmaster was informed of the situation, he told the mother to cover up her daughter with a hijab.
Earlier this year, the president of Germany’s Teachers Association warned that schools with over 70% migrant students are spiraling out of control, with attacks on female teachers and Jewish students becoming commonplace.
Heinz-Peter Meidinger told BILD that a…