Gatestone’s Impact

Gatestone Institute has wielded a strong influence over the past month in shaping public discourse regarding the social consequences of mass migration in European countries.

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly interviewed Gatestone Institute Distinguished Senior Fellow Soeren Kern about the cultural repercussions the migrant crisis has created in Europe.

This September report from Kern on the rape epidemic in Germany, perpetrated by migrant men against German and migrant women, was cited by The Wall Street Journal’s Bret Stephens in his article “The Cologne Portent.”

Stephens writes: “In September, Soeren Kern of the Gatestone Institute chronicled some 30 cases of rape and sexual assault perpetrated by migrants against German and migrant women alike. ‘In Bavaria, women and girls housed at a refugee shelter. . . are subject to rape and forced prostitution on a daily basis,’ Mr. Kern writes, citing reports from women’s rights groups. ‘The price for sex with female asylum seekers is 10 euros.’





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  • Dallas Stradling  On January 29, 2016 at 3:52 am

    It makes no sense! Why! Why! Why! If America and Europe truly cared, then why not show it through martial action. It only makes sense to take action and reclaim for the Syrian people the land they have lost. It is better that Europe and America shed the blood of its sons in honorable action than to suffer the loss of innocence from it’s innocents at the hands of foreign barbarians in the guise of victims.


  • Zip-a-Dee  On February 11, 2016 at 8:32 pm

    It’s pretty sad Swiss. These a method to the madness though.

  • Zip-a-Dee  On February 15, 2016 at 8:43 pm

    Swiss just saw this: UK band Viola Beach after fatal crash.
    Kind-of a strange deal isn’t it. “For some reason, the car drove through the barriers and crashed down into the canal…” “According to witness reports, the brake lights on the car were not operated …” “the car drove at full speed past other stationary cars and disappeared into the darkness. “To get into the water, a car must get past a red light and two barriers,” These from a number of articles.

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