Sunday, July 3, 2016

Swedish Wristband Campaign Fails in Record Time

When you're a "racist," a "xenophobe," or even g*d-forbid an "islamophobe," you grow accustomed to being vindicated over and over while respectable "experts" fail to predict the obvious consequences of ridiculous and suicidal actions. Usually this vindication only comes after a slow-motion disaster plays out (More brown aliens for Idaho!) but sometimes we're proven correct so quickly that the rational examination of cause and effect seems almost magical. Such was the case with an ill-conceived plan for young women in Swedenistan to wear special anti-rape bracelets to discourage moe-ham-head. Of course, anyone but an idiot could predict the inevitable failure of this kosher madness, but who would expect the failure to happen almost immediately? Wait, you still did? Well, you're a "racist," so there.

Swedish police have received 35 complaints from young women after “foreign young men” went on an apparent two day rampage at a popular music festival, sexually assaulting young girls they found there. 

I sometimes wonder if your average Swede has even the most basic pattern recognition or self-preservation instincts. Honestly, willful delusion has to have some limit. When the same predictable barbarism plays out over and over, when your women are being preyed upon by the invaders you allowed in, when the silence from the jewish feminists is deafening, does anyone in this formerly homogeneous White paradise notice or care?

The actual number of girls attacked during the weekend festival are thought to be much higher, as within many of the 35 reports received by police, there are thought to be multiple complainants.

How to get this ugly incident into the memory hole with all the others? Nothing to see here, how about another million sand people next year?

The complaints are understood to focus on children being kissed, and “groped on the chest and buttocks”, according to a police source.

Are there any men in Sweden who know how to fight and are willing to do so when the situation demands it? It's a serious question asked in all earnestness.

Early reports in Sweden’s mainstream press, including the best-selling AftonBladet newspaper simply identified the assailants as “unknown males”, however as victims and witnesses have come forward a clear picture of systematic abuse by migrants males has emerged.

Those crazy "unknown males." Must be the fault of Nordic alcohol culture. 

The young woman said: “A guy ran his hand between the legs of one of my friends, and when she went to a bouncer, she was asked if she was drunk. I don’t know what the bouncers are doing there if they can’t help when people do this”.

Yup, the effects of Scandinavian drinking confirmed. We can all go home, nothing to see here.

The victim said when she reported her own abuse to security, he shrugged off the incident, saying it was just a thing “that happens in the audience” at festivals.

This is how a nation dies, not with a bang but with a "Oh well, these things happen. Diversity."

Must be a coincidence.

These latest sex attacks against young European women by migrant males comes just days after Swedish police, mindful of the migrant sex attacks at the Stockholm music festival over the past two summers, launched a new “Don’t Touch Me” wrist-band for young girls.

Somehow this highly proactive strategy to stop moon cultist attacks failed. 

Migrant sex attacks at music festivals are not limited to Sweden. Breitbart London reported in June on a similar attack at the Schlossgrabenfest music festival in Darmstadt, Germany, which was likened to the Cologne attacks in which over 1,000 men and women were assaulted and robbed.

What do all these events have in common? Before you answer I'd like to remind you that 2 + 2 = 5 and noticing reality is wrong.

At Schlossgrabenfest, 26 young women reported being sexually assaulted by “Pakistani asylum seekers” who acted in packs of ten, isolating individual woman from their friends before “touching” them.

Paki pack attacks. Had enough yet? Wake up, Europe.


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