Is this a significant moment in the battle to save the West? Methinks not.But it is a glimmer of possibility. And coming from the subdued and submissive Swedes, that is saying something. But until the people stand up against the ideological roots of this misogyny, jihad and sharia. Until such time, the mass rapes and islamization of Sweden and all of Europe will continue.
Because rape jihad is entirely permissible under Islam. Sex slavery is sanctioned under Islam. As I have explained numerous times, sex slavery and rape of the infidel is sanctioned and rewarded under Islam. Muslim clerics all over the world confirm the right to have sex slaves. It is in the Qur’an — the word of Allah. Sex slave auctions are rife throughout across the Muslim world. There are even sex slave auctions in “moderate” Muslim Turkey. Politicians can keep turning a blind eye, law enforcement can keep ignore it, so this pox on our communities will continue to get worse.
As for the police advising women not to go out alone, they are merely stating the obvious. Everyone know women and girls can not go out alone since the Muslim hijrah into Europe. Once a country sacrifices it’s young women, it has sacrificed its future.
Hundreds protest in Sweden after police told women to ‘stay inside or walk in pairs’ after series of violent gang rapes of teenage girls
- Three gang rapes in less than a month have taken place in Malmo, Sweden
- This weekend, a 17-year-old girl was brutally gang raped in a playground
- After the most recent rape, police advised that women should not go out alone
- Hundreds took to the streets to protest the violence and police action
By Sara Malm For Mailonline, 20 December 2017:
Hundreds took to the streets of Malmo in southern Sweden to protest after three teenage girls were brutally gang raped – and police told women to stay indoors.
The most recent incident involved a 17-year-old girl who was raped by an unknown number of assailants in a children’s playground in the early hours of Saturday.
The following day, Malmo police issued a warning to local women not to go outside alone at night, and to walk in pairs or use taxis.
The first rape took place on November 4, and saw a young woman raped by several assailants after a party in Segevång, north Malmo.
Just over a week later, a woman was attacked and raped by a number of men at a bus stop in Södervärn, central Malmo.
Saturday’s rape took place just a few streets away in Sofielund, and saw the 17-year-old attacked by a group of men in a playground.
‘This is a horrible, particularly severe crime with exceedingly brutal violence,’ Andy Roberts, head of area police in North Malmo told Helsinborg’s Dagblad.
He would not give the newspaper details of the violence the victim was subjected to, but added: ‘There are limits, even for me, as an old experienced police officer.’
Anger: A protester holds up a placard during the demonstration in central Malmo yesterday
Wave: Three young women have been gang raped in Malmo in less than three weeks by ‘young men unknown to them’
A local newspaper reports that the victims in all three cases were teenagers.
Police say that while there is no obvious connection between the rapes, it cannot be ruled out as investigations are still ongoing.
All three incidents took place between midnight and 3am and assailants were all young men unknown to the victims, Sydsvenskan reports.
Yesterday’s protest, filmed by a participant, saw demonstrators demand police protection, tougher punishment and that the government step in and push through proposed legislation on consent.
Bearing placards with messages such as ‘no rapists on our streets’ and ‘Stefan Lofven, take your responsibility’, directed at the country’s Prime Minister, hundreds of protesters gathered in Malmo on Tuesday evening.
‘I never thought I would be scared to walk around in my hometown,’ one of the speakers Sara Wettergren said according to Kvallsposten.
Upset: A local newspaper reports that the victims in all three cases were teenagers
Referring to the famous gang rape of a young student in Delhi in 2012, she added; ‘In India the perpetrators were convicted. In Sweden they walk free.’
In the wake of the #MeToo debate and the recent gang rapes, the issue of sexual violence against women is going to be a key issue ahead of next year’s general election in Sweden.
The protesters in Malmo outlined a series of demands on the Swedish government: tougher punishment for rapes, a Minster of Justice with competence in sexual violence issues and a National Police Commissioner ‘who cares about women’.
The demonstrators were also protesting police advice that women stay indoors, which was issued on Sunday.
‘It’s about common sense. We are not warning people not to be outside, but to think twice and maybe not walk alone late at night and instead go with others or take a taxi,’ said Anders Nilsson of Malmo police who is leading the preliminary investigation.
After a national backlash, Malmo police retracted their statement come Monday, with Mr Nilsson saying he had been ‘clumsy’ choosing his words.
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