Activists Against Migrant Violence Towards Women Protest at Berlin Film Festival


Activists from the anti-migrant violence women’s movement 120dB stormed a panel on harassment and violence against women in the film and television industry at the Berlinale film festival holding a banner reading, “the voice of forgotten women.”

The female activists were promptly shouted at and labelled “Nazis” by the crowd at the panel who chanted “Nazis out!” while the women held their banner along with a sign showing a picture of 11-year-old Stockholm terror victim Ebba Akerlund, German broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg reports.

(Banner reads: “Die Stimme der vergessenen Frauen”/”Voice of the forgotten women”)

Actress Jasmin Tabatabai, who sat on the panel, labelled the women “Nazis” saying: “It was probably neo-Nazis who thought they had to blow up the programme (…) I do not know if it really makes sense to debate with such people.”

Breitbart London spoke exclusively with 120dB activist Freya from Dresden who said: “The #120db movement is there to draw attention to the imported (sexual) violence against European women committed by mostly Muslim immigrants. We did not and never will negate that there are other forms of violence against women.”

Freya called the panel “hypocritical”, saying: “You can damage anyone’s reputation by stating that he ‘raped you with his eyes’ or complimented you in an inappropriate way but as soon as you mention that there has been a significant increase in sexual violence of extraordinary brutality against women that correlates with the uncontrolled mass immigration from Muslim countries, you get shut down by the media and left-wing activists calling you a ‘Nazi’ and a ‘Fascist’ for simply stating facts and telling the truth.”

“There is such a huge fear built around calling out immigrants for crimes they committed, in fear of being called a racist. This leads to a state where women, who became victims of sexual crime, will not dare to raise their voice anymore to defend themselves. We want to fight this madness and this is why we are getting loud,” she added.

Launched last month, the 120dB movement is named after the sound intensity of pocket rape alarms in Germany and elsewhere in Europe which have become more and more common.

In a video, members of the movement denounce the open borders migrant policy that led to the 2015 migrant crisis and the resulting rape, murder, and terror attacks perpetrated by asylum seekers since then.

The group has highlighted three women in particular who have been victims of murder by migrants.

The first, 11-year-old Ebba Akerlund who was killed in the Stockholm terror attack which was committed by failed Uzbek asylum seeker Rakhmat Akilov who declared his allegiance to the Islamic State terror group.

The two other victims, Maria Ladenburger and 15-year-old Mia from the town of Kandel, were both killed by asylum seekers in Germany.

 Follow Chris Tomlinson on Twitter at @TomlinsonCJ or email at ctomlinson(at) 


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