Female activists who are trying to highlight and bring awareness to Migrant violence against women in Europe have stormed the stage at the Berlin Film Festival.
Activists from the #120db movement, which was founded last year in light of the massive scale of migrant violence and sexual crimes against women and girls, revealed their banners at the annual film festival in Berlin.
The banner read “Voice of the Forgotten Women” but they were met with derision and hostility.
Countries like Germany, Sweden, France and others have seen an unprecedented explosion of rape, murder and abuse of women and girls since their governments allowed millions of Muslim migrants to enter their countries.
Almost as disturbingly has been the stream of revelations that media outlets, authorities and politicians were colluding to cover up this tragedy and have attempted to intimidate victims of migrant violence into silence.
All across Germany protests have sprung up in revulsion of the never ending stream of migrant violence and the governments unwillingness to even acknowledge the problem.