Germany Cracking Down on Migrant Child Marriages and Polygamy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 15, 2016


Crackdown in multicultural paradise!


German Justice Minister Heiko Maas has promised to crackdown on the growing problem of multiple, forced, and underage marriages that immigrants from developing countries are bringing with them – but which have often been ignored by authorities.

“No one who comes to us has the right to put their cultural roots or their religious beliefs above our laws,” the politician from the center-left SPD party told Bild newspaper on Tuesday.

The state of Bavaria alone has been able to confirm 550 cases of brides aged under 18, and 161 under 16, living among the asylum seekers that have arrived in the recent migrant wave, and similar statistics have been reported throughout Germany, according to Bild.

A government report from 2012 stated that more than half of all Muslim marriages in Germany involved a bride who was under 18.

Spiegel reported the same year that as many as 30 percent of Arab men had multiple wives.

But where are the feminists????

“Everyone must abide by rules and laws, whether they grew up here or are new,” said Maas.

Local authorities frequently find ways to indulge and even support such practices. For example, the inheritance of one man is often distributed among his official and unofficial wives.

For other issues, Muslims often appeal to Sharia arbitrators, who bypass official institutions to rule according to Islamic scripture.

In the sphere of marriage, they have been helped by a 2009 law that allows religious marriages to be conducted without accompanying state registration, effectively giving the green light to a whole spectrum of semi-legal practices.

“No multiple marriages will be allowed to be recognized in Germany,” insisted Maas.

This is a little bit confusing to me, as I thought the whole joy of multiculturalism was all of the different cultural norms conflicting with one another harmoniously.

Maybe I missed the point.

I also thought that because all cultures are unique, and morality is relative, it is impossible to judge another culture’s morality? Or maybe that is some 90s-era earlier version of liberalism I’m thinking of there…

Whatever the case, inviting people to come live in your country and then trying to reformulate their culture to something you’re more comfortable with strikes me as a ridiculous exercise. Especially when the people were invited for no reason in the first place.