So Germany, Sweden, heck a lot of European countries, threw open their borders to those poor, helpless Syrian migrants, who marched right in. Most of them were military aged men, by the way, but that didn’t matter for the people with the feels. Remember #RefugeesWelcome? Uh huh, we do.
Well guess what? Muslim men came in. Did they assimilate to the European cultures? Nah, they brought theirs with them and have been exposing Europeans to it ever since. Especially the women. Not in a super friendly way either, but in a rape way. Like this Muslim man bragging about gang-raping a German girl.
Dozens of women trying to see in the New Year in the centre of Cologne found themselves trapped in a crowd of some 1,000 men, who groped them, tore off their underwear, shouted lewd insults and threw fireworks at them.
To make matters worse, a series of sexual assaults that would normally make headline news went almost completely unreported for five days – and the scale of what happened that night in the western German city is only now emerging.
Women looking for reassurance from the authorities, therefore, were shocked when Henriette Reker, the mayor of Cologne and a survivor of a far-Right assassination attempt, said that German women should behave according to a certain ‘code of conduct’.
My question is, where are the feminists? We heard all throughout 2015 that men should be guilty until proven innocent of assault, how name calling was rape, and how even calling your daughter princess embraced rape culture. Yet no outrage here?
I guess it all depends who did the raping. If it’s a Muslim man, or a group of them, you know, the religion of peace, it’s totes fine. In fact, as the mayor suggested, women should just keep those men at arms length! Or as we reported earlier this year, dress more modestly. So ladies, it’s up to you not to get raped or molested by a Muslim. It’s all on you, sisters. Maybe it’s that hair you keep out all nice like. Style suggestion: burkas.
Here’s another video for you about Muslim rape in the UK. Yes, it’s a cultural thing.