German teen describes personal experience in life now, video censored by facebook

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“Please help us!… It is… very hard to live day-to-day as a woman” says 16 year old Bibi Wilhailm, a German girl who has uploaded her personal experiences of Arab and Muslim migrants in a new video that some claim is being censored by Facebook under it’s new “hate speech” guidelines.

The 20 minute video, apparently created by the 16 year old Facebook user Miss Wilhailm, starts with her saying that she is, “so scared everywhere, for example if my family and I go out together, or if I see a movie with my friends. Usually I stay out until 6pm in winter, and it is so scary. It is just very hard to live day-to-day as a woman.”

The girl – who some social media users report has now been banned from Facebook, though others say she has removed herself – then goes on to talk about an incident that happened to her at a local supermarket saying, “I ran all the way home. I was frightened for my life. There’s no other way to describe it.”

[Editor: IMO the importance of the statement below, if true, is highly significant]

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H/T Buck, Nash Montana and several others who saw this here and there.

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10 Replies to “German teen describes personal experience in life now, video censored by facebook”

  1. A very telling story of life in Germany under the Moslem occupation, events like she describe are what is fueling the resistance and what will drive the European nations to strong man rule.

  2. Richard and Bert,
    let us agree to disagree at this point in time.
    Give it a few to ten years then I’ll agree with you.
    She is still young and therefore meat for the cultural marxist grinder.
    Never forget that just like all european kids she has been brought up in the PC/MC MEME

    • Look at the Identity movement in Europe all of the people are young people not too much older then this girl, they are the street soldiers of the counter revolution.

      Contrary to popular thought revolutions and counter revolutions only need about one third of the people supporting them for the revolution/counter revolution to succeed. After that is when things get sticky, this girl sounds like someone who has some relatives on both sides of the argument she doesn’t want to oppose those who are supporting the invasion but personal experience is forcing her into different thought patterns.

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