Advice Goddess Blog
« Previous | Home | Next »

Immigrant Muslims As Rapists -- Rape Epidemic In Scandanavian Countries
Here's an excerpt from Free Republic:

Alarmed at last week’s police statistics, which revealed that in 68% of all rapes committed this year the perpetrator was from an ethnic minority, leading Muslim organisations have now formed an alliance to fight the ever-growing problem of young second and third-generation immigrants involved in rape cases against young Danish girls.

As Robert Spencer has demonstrated, rape can indeed be linked to Islamic teachings of Jihad, and even to the example of Muhammad himself, his Sunna. Above all, it is connected to Islamic notions of the role of women in society, and their behaviour in the public sphere. An Islamic Mufti in Copenhagen sparked a political outcry after publicly declaring that women who refuse to wear headscarves are “asking for rape.” Apparently, he isn’t the only Muslim in Europe to think this way:

The German journalist Udo Ulfkotte told in a recent interview that in Holland, you can now see examples of young, unveiled Moroccan women with a so-called “smiley”. It means that the girl gets one side of her face cut up from mouth to ear, serving as a warning to other Muslim girls who should refuse to wear the veil. In the Muslim suburb of Courneuve, France, 77 per cent of the veiled women carry veils reportedly because of fear of being harassed or molested by Islamic moral patrols.

Hijab, the Islamic veil, is thus not “just a piece of cloth”. It serves as a demarcation line between proper, submissive Muslim women and whores, un-Islamic women who deserve no respect and are asking for rape. The veil should more properly be viewed as the uniform of a Totalitarian movement, and a signal to attack those outside the movement. Judged in the light of the Mufti who said that women who don’t wear it are asking for rape, how on earth can the veil be said to be about “choice”? The freedom to choose not to be raped if you dress in a normal fashion in your own country? Is that what freedom is about in Europe in 2005?

Even though Sweden, unlike Denmark, has almost no public debate about immigration, frustration is very much present underneath the surface. 75 % of Swedes think that many people in their country “dislike” Muslims, more than in any other European nation surveyed. Even in Holland, which recently witnessed violent clashes with Muslims after the murder of Islam-critic Theo van Gogh, the rate is lower than in Sweden. But you’re not supposed to talk about such issues in Sweden. That would be “racist."

Swedish laws prohibiting “hate speech” against racial minorities have been vigorously enforced. There have, for example, been a number of gang-rapes of Swedish women by Muslim immigrants. But Swedes must be careful what they say about them. On May 25, neo-Nazi Bjorn Bjorkqvist was convicted and sentenced to two months in prison for writing, “I don’t think I am alone in feeling sick when reading about how Swedish girls are raped by immigrant hordes.”

...And the problem is not just limited to Sweden. It exists in Norway, too:

Rape charges in the capital are spiraling upwards, 40 percent higher from 1999 to 2000 and up 13 percent so far this year. Police Inspector Gunnar Larsen of Oslo’s Vice, Robbery and Violent crime division says the statistics are surprising—the rising number of rape cases and the link to ethnic background are both clear trends. But Larsen does not want to speculate on the reasons behind the worrying developments. While 65 percent of those charged with rape are classed as coming from a non-western background, this segment makes up only 14.3 percent of Oslo’s population. Norwegian women were the victims in 80 percent of the cases, with 20 percent being women of foreign background.

Wake up, Europe. The wolf isn't at the door, it's in the next room. With the Muslim immigrant (the primitive-thinking fundamentalist) birth rates skyrocketing vis a vis those of democratic, free-thinking people in Europe, is it too late to do anything about it -- to stop drastic changes in free societies until they become repressive Muslim republics? Yes, sadly, it probably is. Enjoy old Europe as long as you can.

Posted by aalkon at December 14, 2006 9:12 AM

Trackback Pings

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.advicegoddess.com/mt4/mt-tb.cgi/1918

Comments

I could'nt agree more with you, Amy, and I am quite pessimistic about the will to fight, or the will to survive in Europe, and specially in the country I know best, France.

We seem to suffer from what somebody called " mental AIDS" meaning a collapse of our personal and collective immune system against alien agressions.

A recent example is what happened recently to a well known French TV personality. The guy is gay and a socialist, which made him a darling of many Parisian circles. But he was vindicated and almost lost his job for writing after a trip to the african country of Niger :" children everywhere..nothing will ever improve here as long as the average is 9 children per woman..the basic cause of poverty in Africa is the blackman's dick ."

Offensive maybe, but untrue ?

Posted by: Alain Q. at December 14, 2006 2:22 AM

Why go to Europe to find this sort of political correctness run amok?

In the good old USA, the harbor of free speech, one must not mention the appalling crime rate among people who are black (of color, whatever term you wish to use). It's literally ten times that of other ethnicities in the USA is some categories, and we are compelled to ignore that because somehow addressing the problem would be racist.

As gang members (again, an ethnic basis) kill each other nationwide by the hundreds, we are also to avoid that. It's a sickness. We think that is OK because the victims are more-often black, also, and we come up with ridiculous excuses for such behavior, too.

Posted by: Radwaste at December 14, 2006 2:51 AM

Until 2 years ago I lived in a Detroit suburb with a large Iraqi/Pakistani/Indian population. Most were educated, tolerant people who just wanted better jobs and education for their kids. A few were trouble. One man killed his 16 year-old daughter for disobedience and was shocked to be arrested. Killing daughters is OK in most places in the world.

Posted by: Ruth at December 14, 2006 5:49 AM

Which suburb? I'm from there, and so is my boyfriend (he's from the city).

Posted by: Amy Alkon at December 14, 2006 6:24 AM

Plymouth-Canton. My sister still lives in Novi.

Posted by: Ruth at December 14, 2006 7:45 AM

Please remember the problem is culture and not color... If North America is the next destination for raping hordes of vaguely Muslim primitives --which seems likely-- our white people are likely to fold as readily as have their liberal cousins on the Continent. We're going to be counting on our brothers and hermanos in th' hood to hold the line on why people wanna live in this country anyway. And it ain't to put women in veils.

Posted by: Crid at December 14, 2006 8:08 AM

Crid is right.

And Ruth, I'm from Farmington Hills, or, at least, I spent my miserable childhood there. My dad sometimes sends me the Muslim hate rags from Dearborn -- they're frightening in what they spew.

People come to our country, avail themselves of its freedoms and opportunities, then openly seek to destroy or at least, advocate others destroying us. It's the height of rudeness -- and in time, probably deadly.

Posted by: Amy Alkon at December 14, 2006 8:13 AM

Thank you Amy. This can't get enough attention. Muslim youths being fed this disgusting ideology are becoming increasingly brazen and simply prey on the local populations in Europe who are at a loss to protect themselves and their culture.
And the so called "honor killings" where a young girl is slaughtered by members of her moslem family for some percieved dishonor is still rare in the US, but frightfully common in Europe.

Posted by: Jon at December 14, 2006 8:16 AM

Here are the details of one of those "honor killings." Simply barbaric.

http://www.advicegoddess.com/archives/2006/08/perhaps_the_bri_1.html

Posted by: Amy Alkon at December 14, 2006 8:48 AM

This makes me physically ill. Actually, it makes me want to carry a gun.

Posted by: Melissa G at December 14, 2006 9:07 AM

I have a friend who was going to buy an apartment in France who now will not because of the Muslim uprisings in the suburbs. She's still considering renting for a year, but anything more permanent she considers too great a financial, and perhaps, life risk.

And for those who are likely to mistake this as some kind of "racism" on my part (ridiculous, since there's no such race as Islam, and Muslims are of many races), or of particular religious hatred (I think all god-believing religions are ridiculous, and feel the same way about astrology, etc.), rest-assured that this is simply a rather sensible fear in light of a culture that promotes the most vile, primitive behavior in its radical followers...of which there are far too many.

I think our only hope now is globalization -- the spread of not just money and opportunity, but western democratic ideals. It's a slim hope, but a hope nevertheless.

Posted by: Amy Alkon at December 14, 2006 10:19 AM

Specifically Western values.
Property rights and individual rights - stemming from your right to life.

Posted by: Jon at December 14, 2006 10:47 AM

Poysonally, I think feminism's a better first stroke, but take your pick... So long as religious moderation (not suppression) comes high on your list!

Posted by: Crid at December 14, 2006 10:57 AM

I don't want to suppress anybody's beliefs, dumb as I may think they are. As I've mentioned before, I'm perfectly content to live next door to people who think being born under a particular astrological sign determines the kind of day they're going to have. It's just when they start encroaching on my freedoms (and/or life) with their religious or astrological belief that I have a problem.

I agree with you that feminism (equity feminism, not gender feminism) is important to spread in their society, but I see that as a long way off -- way behind globalization. Of course, the effort can be made to spread both at the same time. But, women in Muslim countries are already so oppressed -- it's different to protest for women's rights when doing so could end up seeing you beaten or dead.

Posted by: Amy Alkon at December 14, 2006 11:04 AM

While I tend to agree with the basic thrust of this discussion - that the huge influx into Western Europe of Muslim people who have no interest in culturally assimilating is a huge problems - I wonder about the journalistic quality of the piece that Amy quoted and linked above. Free Republic is known for xenophobic alarmism, and a quick look at the linked piece doesn't reveal a lot of mainstream, verified sources.

Posted by: justin case at December 14, 2006 11:28 AM

Didja hear about the riots?

Posted by: Crid at December 14, 2006 11:34 AM

Plus, globalizing is not just about moving palettes of goods around. It's the contribution of working women that made the postwar American economy such a good time for everyone. If it's just the men who benefit from globalization, we're screwed

Posted by: Crid at December 14, 2006 11:39 AM

It would be quite easy for Europe to get its fighting spirit back. If the USA pulled out of NATO or scaled back its forces. For 60 years, the US and the UK have been providing the bulk of Europe's defense and it is about time they start pulling their own weight. This partnership has allowed the various E.U. nations to provide cradle to grave social welfare programs to their citizens and the new arrivals from the developing world.

When the US was about to launch forces into Afghanistan back in October, 2001. Various European nations offered military support. Italy in particular offered their one and only aircraft carrier for US planes. The Department of Defense turned them down, because the carrier was so delapidated that fighter jets would be in harms way if they landed on the ship. The DoD did allow a rotating peace keeping force from the various western European nations. Another example was Europe's apathy during the whole Balkan crisis in the 1990s.

Europe will need to adapt to the new situation or die. Especially, after the whole US led Iraq fiasco. That quagmire has put Europe in more jeopardy from terrorist reprisals than the US. Whoever wins the Presidency in 2008 will be spending a majority of their term trying to fix that mess.


Posted by: Joe at December 14, 2006 4:32 PM

Sometimes it seems that only the stupid and the hate-filled (and how often those two are mutually inclusive!!) are breeding. Makes me happy I'm not reproducing and will be dying soon. I can file it under "not my problem." Although I will kind of regret not being alive to see Muslims finally achieve their goal of turning the Middle East into a giant sheet of glass.

Posted by: amh18057 at December 15, 2006 9:07 AM

Leave a comment