The United Nations' top human rights official says the assaults a month ago in Germany that have been blamed largely on foreigners must not be used as a reason to stigmatize migrants in general.
The New Year's Eve sexual assaults and robberies in Cologne have heightened tensions over Europe's migrant influx. Zeid Raad al-Hussein, the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, said Monday that suspects must be investigated but "what we do not want to see is the stigmatizing of an entire people because of those actions."
Zeid said he is "deeply disturbed" by some European politicians' rhetoric over migrants.
In other words, bite your tongues, suck it up and accept your being stigmatized, infidels.He says "it is utterly unacceptable that politicians can be so grossly irresponsible in pointing to the failings, entire failings of a state, and placing them on the shoulders of those who have suffered enough."
Funny how the report left Zeid's official title--i.e. Prince--out of the piece. Interesting to know, too, that Zeid is the son of a Swedish gal named Margaretha Inga Elisabeth Lind. That means his mom has a lot in common with those chicks who gets hassled and groped by non-royal Arab "migrants" in such places as Stockholm and Brussels and Cologne.