Dijon, France: two women beaten because of their cleavage. Guess by who


This is exactly what will happen to America if people keep being bullied by “islamophobic” claim and silence into submission.

Around 10.45 p.m. Wednesday evening, the police intervened at Dijon France train station.

On a train from Paris, two men attacked a 33-year-old woman, accusing her of wearing clothing that was too light, namely a cleavage.

The two young men are Afghan asylum seekers living in Dole (Jura) meaning they are illegal aliens but they already feel at home because the authorities, the media and the NGO’s told them so.

and at home, it’s Islam. Where it’s banal to insult young women.

The two Muslims even tried to force them to get down the train at Dijon station and one of them beat them in the legs.

When questioned, the two individuals aged 19 and 23 will answer what other said before then: “it’s our culture, we didn’t mean any harm, we don’t know the code of your country”. They were summoned to appear before the criminal court, and the judge, like many before them, will let them go free.

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