Private gun sales are exploding in Austria as women prepare to defend themselves against a surge in rapes.
“All long guns are currently completely sold out,” a Czech TV station reported. “Those arming themselves are primarily women.”
“The huge demand has its roots in fears generated by social changes.”
The news outlet also said “more potential customers are entering the market than ever before” and that prior to the current migrant crisis, most gun purchasers were “sport shooters or rangers.”
“But the most common customers now are people who are worried about their personal safety, yet who had never had any involvement with weapons prior to this,” the TV station added.
Austrian women are also buying up pepper spray in record numbers, further highlighting their fear of being attacked and raped by the thousands of migrants flooding into the country from the Middle East and other areas.
That fear is well-founded: Western Europe is now suffering a massive rape epidemic coinciding with the influx of migrants.
“Sweden is now number two on the global list of rape countries,” a report published by the Gatestone Institute revealed. “According to a survey from 2010, Sweden, with 53.2 rapes per 100,000 inhabitants, is surpassed only by tiny Lesotho in Southern Africa, with 91.6 rapes per 100,000 inhabitants.”
And an Arabic-speaking European woman who traveled alongside migrants on a Hungarian train revealed how they threatened to take her hostage and rape her.
“They began talking to each other in a relaxed tone, considering whether or not they should rob us, since that would please Allah because we were infidels,” Aida Bolevár told a European media outlet. “As for me, it would really be worth raping me because I am not dressed like a proper woman, I haven’t got a hijab on my head, that is, I’m not Muslim, and so I am bad.”
The epidemic is so bad that leftist German media was even helping police cover up rapes committed by Muslim migrants out of concern they would “legitimize” critics of Germany’s open border policy.
“German media is in lockstep with the government, giving happy-talk and a positive spin on migrant crisis of gigantic proportions hitting Europe,” journalist Vijeta Uniyal wrote. “Mainstream media in Germany are not merely willing executioners of Merkel’s open border policy, they are ideological players committed to breaking any opposition to the plan.”