March 24, 2017

July 5, 2016

Stockholm, We Have a Problem

There is a very important story at Israel National News this morning that ought to make people throughout the West sit up and take notice of what politically correct politicians are doing to us. It comes from Sweden, which has become the rape capital of Europe:

Swedish Left Party politician Barbro Sörman has suggested that it’s “worse” when Swedish men rape women, than when immigrants do so.

“The Swedish men who rape do it despite the growing gender equality. They make an active choice. It’s worse imo [in my opinion],” Sörman tweeted.

Sörman, a self-described socialist and a feminist, made the observation in response to what she claimed was excessive media focus on the fact that most of the rapes in Sweden are committed by immigrants.

Because it of course is not the role of the media to focus on facts. It is the role of the media to push forward a leftist-approved narrative, regardless of the facts. Any imbecile knows that.

She explained that Swedish men are brought up in a society that believes in gender equality and therefore should be held to higher standards than migrants, who come from cultures where women are treated as second-rate citizens.

Muslims. They’re such children. And kids will be kids, won’t they?

Sweden is widely known as the rape capital of Europe. It has been noted that Muslim immigrants are massively over represented in the official rape statistics.

Sweden has the fastest growing population in Europe, due nearly totally to the influx of Arabs and Muslims from the Middle East.  At the same time, its crime rate has increased astronomically: In 1975, 421 rapes were reported to the police; in 2014, it was 6,620.

“77.6 percent of the country’s rapists are identified as “foreigners” (and that’s significant because in Sweden, ‘foreigner’ is generally synonymous with ‘immigrant from Muslim country’), wrote conservative columnist Selwyn Duke. ‘And even this likely understates the issue, since the Swedish government — in an effort to obscure the problem — records second-generation Muslim perpetrators simply as ‘Swedes.’”

It should be noted that the Muslim population of Sweden is estimated to be about 300,000, which is about 4% of the total population of the country.

Conservative politicians who try to draw attention to this problem have been charged with hate crimes, while some Swedish rape victims are said to be reluctant to report sexual assaults to police because they fear it may “offend” the perpetrators.

Politicians who seek to downplay this problem, which is growing throughout Europe, should be charged with malfeasance in office and seeking to endanger their own populations. Anyone who calls herself a feminist while downplaying the significance of this should have her feminist card revoked and required to spend a year locked in a room with Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski.

This does not mean, however, that Muslim male=rapist. The bigger problem by far is that people are being allowed to immigrate to Europe from countries where women are second-class citizens at best, and property at worst, and where rape is simply not recognized as a serious crime, especially when committed by a Muslim against a non-Muslim. Sweden, and the rest of Europe, in a fit of guilt-driven political correctness, has refused to recognize that culture, and cultural differences, matter. Importing hundreds of thousands of people into a vastly different culture, and not expecting them to assimilate, is a recipe for societal disaster. The sooner idiots such as Barbro Sörman recognize that, the sooner women will start feeling safe walking the streets of Stockholm–and Oslo, and Munich, and Rome, and Cologne, and London–again.

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