A women’s fashion magazine in “culturally enriched” Germany has featured an article teaching women how to properly treat a knife wound.
The women’s publication Illu der Frau recently ran the piece titled, “How do I treat a stab wound?” which offers basic advice for stab victims.
“Importantly, before you provide first aid, make sure the perpetrators have disappeared, your own safety is a priority,” the article states.
According to the Gatestone Institute, “Police reported more than 4,100 knife-related crimes in 2018, compared to around 3,800 reported during 2017 — and only 400 in 2008.
“Overall, during the past ten years, knife-related crimes in Germany have increased by more than 900% — from one a day to more than ten a day.
“Germany’s knife-crime epidemic has continued nonstop into 2019. During the first 45 days of 2019, police reported more than 400 knife crimes – an average of 11 a day.”
Women Are Not Safe in "Culturally Enriched" Germany – U.S. Media is Silent!
German Women's Fashion Magazine teaches female readers how to handle their increasingly likely stabbings.
During the first 45 days of 2019, police reported over 500 knife crimes averaging 11 a day.
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) April 26, 2019