Not helping, dude
A so-called “flirt expert” will be teaching migrants in Essen, Germany, how to flirt and use dating sites so they can pick up German women.
Horst Wenzel describes himself as Germany’s number one “flirt coach” on his website Flirt University. Mr. Wenzel is now undertaking a controversial new project aimed at helping new migrants to Germany pick up German women both in real life and on online dating websites.
According to Mr. Wenzel, flirting and picking up girls is a large part of the integration process and hopes that the migrants will “fall in love with Germany” – or at least their women, reports German paper Westen Allgemeine Zeitung.
Reading like a mix pick up artistry and self-help coaching, the Flirt University website claims that it helps people make connections with members of the opposite sex. On the page that is advertised toward men it says that the courses will teach how to get phone numbers from attractive girls, and how to perform the perfect kiss. The group also claims that their methods will work to get men a “hot wife” even if they are merely “ordinary”.
The credentials page on the site does not list any academic or formal qualifications but rather a litany of praise from German media such as the newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau who called the programme the “driving school for flirting”.
Mr. Wenzel, 27, says that he is excited to start the workshop for migrants on September 6th, facilitated by the Workers’ Welfare Association (AWO) who are a government funded labour movement agency dedicated to “solidarity, tolerance, freedom, equality and justice”. [You just went full retard, bro. You NEVER go full retard.]
The flirt coach told German press: “I feel that the refugees’ important basic needs are met in many places now. But love is also a very important basic need. And love is also integration to me.” [*snort* *snicker* integration of genitals, maybe *chuckles*]
One of the topics that will be discussed at the workshop will be the subject of online dating. Online dating is a “very popular” subject according to Mr. Wenzel. He claimed that he wanted to help migrants be more successful at picking up girls on dating apps, likely to be used for casual sexual encounters.
On the Flirt University website the group claims that their techniques do not involve “magic or stupid tricks”, but rather “the aim is to develop a more confident and interesting personality”.
For Mr. Wenzel the cultural differences of men from the Middle East and North Africa and their views toward women are not overly important. He says that he looks at the migrants as wanting affection and refused to have any “prejudice” toward the attitudes of the migrants beforehand.
After more than 1,000 women were mugged, sexually assaulted, and raped by migrants last New Year’s Eve, the city of Cologne is considering using helicopters, registering all newcomers, and setting up “women retreats” to keep females safe this year.
The official recommendations were made to police in a report, seen by Cologne’s Express newspaper, written by expert police who have analysed the events at the New Year’s Eve celebrations last year. [...]
During the 2015/16 New Year’s Eve celebrations in Cologne city centre, hundreds of sexual assaults (including groping and at least five rapes) were reported.
Witnesses described the attackers as “North African or Arab origin”. It later emerged that most suspects came from Algeria, Morocco, or Iraq, that many were claiming asylum in Germany, and 70 per cent of had been in the country for less than a year.
To take any number of examples from the stable of writers over at Return of Kings, for instance- Roosh V, Kyle Trouble, Jean-Batave Pouqueliche, etc.- all of them have gone to Eastern Europe for the express purpose of learning how to meet, have sex with, and date Eastern European women. Roosh V has taken his studies farther afield in South America. Relampago Furioso over at The New Modern Man has done so in the Caribbean and Asia.
The common thread through all of their work has been simple: get to know the culture you are in, approach it with an open mind, learn to adapt and assimilate, and if you don't like it, get the hell out.
Has that been the attitude of Mr. Wenzel's students? You be the judge:
The class got off to a rocky start. The migrants, unsure what to expect, sat with their coats on and their arms crossed, eyeing their cheerful coach suspiciously.
Wenzel chatted about pick-up lines, paying compliments and original ideas for first dates. Impress and entertain the girls, Wenzel advised. Invite them to the theater, rock climbing, a concert, or take them on a trip to London or Amsterdam. That last piece of advice would probably work better for Wenzel’s regular clientele of rich Germans; asylum seekers aren’t allowed to leave the city they’re registered in, and don’t have the money to travel in any case.
Then he moved on to sex.
“Men and women have sex all the time — on the first, second or third date, that’s normal.” Wenzel said. “It’s not a big deal in Germany.”
The men in the room giggled, but snapped to attention.
When Wenzel moved onto the differences between male and female orgasms and how to arouse a woman, they fell silent again. Several men blushed and others looked down at the floor in embarrassment.
One of the students became indignant, whispering in Arabic to his neighbor: “But having sex before marriage is a sin; it’s haram!”
But there were moments of realization as well.
Asked how to impress a German woman, one student suggested getting ripped at the gym. Wenzel countered that most women don’t go for the body-builder type. Another suggested picking up a date in a Ferrari. Wenzel said that would attract women interested only in money. The students readily agreed, perhaps because most were thin and quite aways [sic] from being able to afford a sports car.
When class let out, most of the men said they’d learned a lot and were eager to put their new skills to use.
But Kadib al Ban, the perky Syrian with the flowery pick-up lines, remained somewhat unconvinced.
“I’d happily have a German girlfriend,” he said. “But when I get married, I want to have a girl from my country who shares my culture and my traditions.”