Rape Crisis Boils Over While Media Stays Silent 03/08/2016


LEO HOHMANN, WND
Sweden was once one of the safest countries in the world, until it began focusing on a multicultural immigration program.

Men and women in Sweden have been swimming together in public pools quite peaceably for more than 100 years.
But as the government has welcomed tens of thousands of Muslim migrants to be resettled in the Scandinavian country, some are wondering if Swedes may soon have to revert back to separate swimming arrangements.

“Young male asylum seekers have turned Sweden’s public swimming pools into ordeals of rape and sexual assault,” Carlqvist writes. “More and more Swedes are now avoiding the pools all together.”

In 1975, before Sweden began experimenting with a multicultural immigration strategy, it was one of the safest countries in the world.

Sweden and Denmark now have the highest rates of sexual assault in the European Union, according to a study by the European Agency for Fundamental Rights.

A recent survey published by Aftonbladet on women’s fears in Sweden found that 46 percent of women felt either very or somewhat unsafe when alone after dark compared to just 20 percent for Swedish men.

“They’re scared because of the Muslim invaders,” noted anti-Shariah activist Pamela Geller on her website Monday. “And yet instead of doing anything to stop the invaders, Sweden (and Europe in general) are just bringing in more of them. Europe is committing suicide before our eyes.”

The largest ethnic groups coming to Sweden are Afghan, Iraqi, Somali and Syrian – the same groups that are now coming to the U.S. as refugees, although in smaller numbers as a percentage of total population.

She said Swedish politicians may be surprised to learn that many of these foreign men think women who run around in bikinis are fair game, but they cannot admit that the difference has anything to do with being raised under Islam.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/03/swedish-rape-crisis-boils-over-as-media-stays-silent/#6EV0RJqboBrG3u7B.99


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