Friday, July 1, 2016

Sweden: Wristbands to Prevent Sex Attacks

It's just common sense and basic goodness to import millions of dangerous aliens into your formerly homogeneous White nation. The more incompatible they are with a free and open society, the democratic process and concepts like "Our women aren't for grabbing" the better. After all, this is a mighty strength and the only way Europe can hope to survive, according to skeletal jews who for some reason have influence far exceeding their numbers. We should have no problem miracling the moon cult sand person into a good little Swedish nihilist who cares only for comfort and hedonism. A fashion accessory for free-range Swedish women should discourage the moose-limb rape apes, for example.

A recent Swedish press release warns that groping is a crime. In it, the country’s national police chief Dan Eliasson said: “No one should have to accept sexual molestation. So do not grope. And if you are groped, report it to the police.” 

The police will immediately spring into action because it's not like they're concerned about losing their careers over "racism" or "xenophobia." It worked well in the United Kaliphate. 

The press release announced that police intend to equip young women with wristbands with the slogan “don’t touch me”.

This is absolutely brilliant. We've finally discovered a way to stop the rapefugee pathology. Now to put a sign that says "Don't burn me" on our parked cars and "Don't slash me" on our throats. We'll Alice in Wonderland our way out of this self-inflicted disaster, just you wait.

“By wearing these wristbands,” Sweden’s police chief said, “young women will be able to make a stand”.

Women that kick butt, just like on the talmudvision! Stand up for your right not to be forcibly inducted into a harem. I'm sure this will work.

It is unclear how effective the wristbands, which read “don’t touch me” in Swedish, will be in preventing attacks, as the majority of sex attack perpetrators are thought to be recent migrants who are unlikely to be able to read them.

If I had to offer a guess at their effectiveness I would probably go with "none whatsoever," but I guess we must be open-minded. If only moe-ham-head could read the wristband as it tears off the panties of another forgotten victim, I'm sure it would make all the difference.

Mr. Eliasson suggested that by wearing these accessories, women would also be able to “draw attention to the issue [of sexual assault], and urge those affected to report”.

Then when you make the report you'll be blamed and accused of "islamophobia" and the whole thing will be buried, but on the other hand we're so empowered.


A Swedish police report released last month noted that the country had the worst rates of sexual violence against women in Europe.

Must be some kind of crazy coincidence, better bring in more "diversity."

Migrant sex gangs are alleged to have been roaming the Sthlm music festival for 12 to 17-year-olds for the past two summers. One leaked police memo indicated that “unaccompanied youth” migrants, from the Middle East, were responsible for most of the attacks.

I know, I was surprised too. It's almost as if our kosher media and zionist occupied government weren't entirely honest with us.

Police were accused of covering up the attacks. 

Be sure to report it right away, ladies! We care deeply about your safety!

Stockholm Council and festival organisers in the country knew sex attacks by migrants were endangering women, but thought it would have been “irresponsible” to speak out about the trend.

R.I.P. Sweden.

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 Don't worry, we now have wristbands.

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