If a western man who wasn’t an “asylum seeker” tried this, they’d be in jail.
‘Underage’ Migrant in Controversial ‘Teen Love’ Children’s Documentary Revealed as Adult
An “underage” migrant, who was presented as being in a romantic relationship with an underage girl in a controversial German children’s channel television program, has admitted he is actually an adult.
The documentary Malvina, Diaa and Love was broadcast in November on the publicly-funded German television channel Kika, which is directed at children aged three to 13, and has been slammed by many as “propaganda” as it favorably presents a largely one-sided relationship between a 16-year-old German girl and an adult Syrian asylum seeker.
The documentary, which portrays Malvina as madly in love with the Syrian, shows Diaa telling his girlfriend to behave more modestly, wear less revealing clothing, and even consider converting to Islam for him.
The is not the first time some have attempted to promote the idea of asylum seekers getting into relationships with German girls as a means of integration. Last year the government funded Workers’ Welfare Association (AWO) invited well-known “flirt coach” Horst Wenzel to help asylum seekers pick up German girls.
German media as a whole was seen as totally uncritical of the migrant crisis according to a study carried out by the Hamburg Media School and the University of Leipzig last year. The authors of the study alleged that many media outlets simply refused to criticize the mass migration policies of Chancellor Angela Merkel and many actively engaged in pro-migrant rhetoric.