If German authorities are afraid to deal with coronavirus among migrants, and Muslim migrants in particular, for fear of appearing “racist,” imagine how they’re dealing with the problem of Islamic jihad terrorism. It is because of the pusillanimity and fear of German authorities, and officials all over the West, that jihad terrorists have continued to operate in Europe, and now, with the Biden administration in power and appeasement back in fashion, the jihadis are certain to step up operations, while our politicians continue to ignore the problem (and aggravate it with mass migration) and congratulate themselves about how “non-racist” and “inclusive” they are.
Related: More than 100 illegal immigrants released by the Border Patrol into Texas since late January have tested positive for the coronavirus following their arrival, officials in a city on the U.S.-Mexico border tell Fox News.
“‘NINETY PER CENT of Germany’s severe Covid-19 patients have migrant background and more than half are Muslim’ despite making up 4.8% of the population – with politicians ‘afraid to tackle the problem in case they look racist,’” by Tim Stickings, MailOnline, March 3, 2021:
More than 90 per cent of severely ill coronavirus patients in Germany have a ‘migrant background’, a leading doctor has said, prompting claims that the government is turning a blind eye to the issue to avoid igniting a race row.
Thomas Voshaar, the head doctor at a German lung hospital, said a survey of leading medics had found that many of the sickest patients were what he described as ‘patients with communications barriers’.
In a conference call of health experts, reported by Bild, Voshaar said he had raised the issue with Angela Merkel’s health minister Jens Spahn – while the head of Germany’s top diseases institute, Lothar Wieler, described it as a ‘taboo’.
Wieler added that the number of Muslims in intensive care was ‘clearly above 50 per cent’ even though they make up only around five per cent of Germany’s 83million population.
Voshaar told the February 14 conference call that government warnings about the dangers of the virus were ‘simply not getting through’ to migrant communities.
He said top doctors had compiled figures from intensive care wards in November and December 2020 and January 2021, the peak months of the second wave.
‘According to my analysis, more than 90 per cent of the intubated, most seriously ill patients always had a migrant background,’ he said.
‘We agreed among ourselves that we should describe these people as ‘patients with communications barriers’. We don’t seem to be getting through to them.’
Wieler, the RKI chief, called for authorities to engage with imams to get through to Muslim communities, calling the issue a ‘taboo’ and a ‘real problem’.
‘There are parallel societies in our country. You can only put that right with proper outreach work in the mosques, but we’re not getting through. And that sucks,’ he said.
Wieler said the proportion of Muslims in intensive care wards was ‘clearly above 50 per cent’, even though they make up only around 4.8 per cent of the population.
Asked by Bild about the conference call, Wieler did not deny what was said but described it as a ‘private, informal exchange’ rather than conclusive findings.
Voshaar said that everyone he had spoken to about his findings, including health minister Spahn, had reacted with a sense of ‘oh God’.
But Merkel is not thought to have discussed the issue in her regular meetings with state premiers.
Experts on the conference call are said to have raised fears that the German government was avoiding confronting the issue for fear of triggering a racism debate….
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