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Posted 07 September 2019 - 04:48 AM

SWEDEN: Woman Who Stabbed Rapist Faces Attempted Murder Charge
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LIONEL DU CANE August 26, 2019

Sweden has been on the receiving end from some negative press and even a controversial tweet from Donald Trump.

Since loosening their immigration restrictions nearly a decade ago, then assuming a leadership role in opening their doors to migrants in the 2015 ‘Refugee’ Crisis; Sweden has, consequently, witnessed some undesirable side effects.

Sexual assault, robberies, bombings, explosions, violent crime, gang-related murders, etc, have all increased in recent years. Their politically correct approach to collecting crime data has left some superficial bafflement in ascertaining causal factors explain the uptick in crime.

A woman who allegedly stabbed a man in self-defense while she was being raped has been arrested for attempted murder.

In Denmark, a 17-year-old girl was threatened with prosecution for using pepper spray–which was illegal–to ward off a potential rapist.

Sadly, this isn’t the first time the Swedish authorities have seemingly failed to deliver justice to the victim.

In 2016, a wheelchair-bound woman who claimed to have been gang-raped had her alleged attackers released after she was thought not to have fought back hard enough or attempting to escape; implying consent.

43% of rapes in Sweden were committed against children.

Only 1 in 5 foreign rapists in Sweden were deported in 2017.

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Posted 07 September 2019 - 05:31 AM

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some undesirable side effects.


Well, with scathing verbiage like that, this article almost needs a ''mildly harsh language'' warning.



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Posted 07 September 2019 - 06:38 AM

Sounds all too familiar to the treatment Kate Steinle's murderer received from California's Justice system recently, doesn't it?

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Posted 07 September 2019 - 06:59 AM

Montgomery County, Maryland springs to mind....
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Posted 07 September 2019 - 07:56 AM

Woman should be so lucky in the USA.
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Posted 07 September 2019 - 01:17 PM

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A woman who allegedly stabbed a man in self-defense while she was being raped has been arrested for attempted murder.

In Denmark, a 17-year-old girl was threatened with prosecution for using pepper spray–which was illegal–to ward off a potential rapist.

In 2016, a wheelchair-bound woman who claimed to have been gang-raped had her alleged attackers released after she was thought not to have fought back hard enough or attempting to escape; implying consent.


But we're supposed to emulate this open door policy in our country... And where are all the ferocious, foaming at the mouth feminists?

Why are they not outraged at this? I AM, and I'm not a feminist, I am a woman who finds these situations and the charges against the victims to be absolutely outrageous, unacceptable and contemptible, ESPECIALLY the case of the wheelchair-bound victim.

Really? She didn't fight hard enough against a gang of rapists and therefore she consented to being gang raped?

Nope. There is nothing about the mass cretinization of the Nordic countries that should inspire the desire to emulate them, or an other Euronation that puts criminals in the protected class and the victims behind bars.

We have enough of that schidt going on here as it is!
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Posted 08 September 2019 - 05:07 AM

Gorgeous country, lovely people. Sweden is better than this.

I know the average Swede and the vast maj are absolutely common sense, level headed people. Overly liberal for the taste of many here, but generally, or at least used to be, a common sense liberalism. Sadly, they are led by politicians who have taken liberalism to a fault and whose virtue-signalling is itself signalling its own stupidity. The Swedes have been so liberal for so long, that they don't even question it. Or are only starting to.

Still a country I recommend all here visit, with lovely people. Just don't take their brand of liberalism back home with you.
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Posted 08 September 2019 - 12:05 PM

View Postscotsman, on 08 September 2019 - 05:07 AM, said:

Gorgeous country, lovely people. Sweden is better than this.

I know the average Swede and the vast maj are absolutely common sense, level headed people. Overly liberal for the taste of many here, but generally, or at least used to be, a common sense liberalism. Sadly, they are led by politicians who have taken liberalism to a fault and whose virtue-signalling is itself signalling its own stupidity. The Swedes have been so liberal for so long, that they don't even question it. Or are only starting to.

Still a country I recommend all here visit, with lovely people. Just don't take their brand of liberalism back home with you.


Who elect's these politicians?
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Posted 08 September 2019 - 04:06 PM

View PostHowsithangin, on 07 September 2019 - 04:48 AM, said:


Since loosening their immigration restrictions nearly a decade ago, then assuming a leadership role in opening their doors to migrants in the 2015 ‘Refugee’ Crisis; Sweden has, consequently, witnessed some undesirable side effects.

Sexual assault, robberies, bombings, explosions, violent crime, gang-related murders, etc, have all increased in recent years. Their politically correct approach to collecting crime data has left some superficial bafflement in ascertaining causal factors explain the uptick in crime.


The article VASTLY misrepresents the situation.

YES, the sexual assault rate has been skyrocketing in Sweden... but for not just (a) decade, or even since 2015, but for multiple decades with a 's'. Since approximately 1994, to be precise, the year Sweden joined the EU and essentially did away with border controls for member nations. As a matter of fact, the sexual assault rate in Sweden actually went DOWN by 12% in 2015.

Why did it start climbing in '94? Because too many euro-trash grew up watching way too many Erwin C Dietrich B-movies of the '70s/'80s (From Stewardesses Report (1971) to Sechs Schwedinnen von der Tankstelle (1980) (Six Swedes at a filling station) being probably his best, but let's not forget Sechs Schwedinnen im Pensionat(1979)(Six Swedish Girls at a boarding school) either. Why only ever six? Because seven would be too 'Jewish'. (In my best foghorn leghorn voice: That's a joke, son. It's funny. You can laugh.). Anyway, the euro-trash got the impression that the entire country of Sweden was little more than a porn film set (And an entire hard-core brand of the era under the label "Swedish Erotica" didn't help either), travel there expecting such, find out it really isn't, and take their frustrations out on the first available victims.

That's really all there is to it.

Much hay has been made over a BBC special Sweden rape: Most convicted attackers foreign-born, says TV, but when you dig into it, The MAJORITY of the "foreign-born" come from other EU states; a fraction come from MENA (Middle-East/North Africa).

View PostHowsithangin, on 07 September 2019 - 04:48 AM, said:

Only 1 in 5 foreign rapists in Sweden were deported in 2017.


Yes, that's technically correct. For perfectly good reason. Sweden, a member state of the EU, doesn't 'deport' to other member states. (Extradite, yes, "deport" per se, no). Similar would be if *I* travel from Florida/Georgia to commit a crime in, say, Alabama. Alabama's NOT going to 'deport' me per se, I'm going to be prosecuted and go to prison in Alabama. Largely the same in the EU.
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Posted 08 September 2019 - 06:53 PM

View Postscotsman, on 08 September 2019 - 05:07 AM, said:

Gorgeous country, lovely people. Sweden is better than this.

I know the average Swede and the vast maj are absolutely common sense, level headed people. Overly liberal for the taste of many here, but generally, or at least used to be, a common sense liberalism. Sadly, they are led by politicians who have taken liberalism to a fault and whose virtue-signalling is itself signalling its own stupidity. The Swedes have been so liberal for so long, that they don't even question it. Or are only starting to.

Still a country I recommend all here visit, with lovely people. Just don't take their brand of liberalism back home with you.

I can only judge the sanity of the residents of that nation by what I read, and what I read leaves me dumbfounded. They're waaayyy beyond 'liberal'. They're SF-level looney, an assessment that I appear to share with many other Europeans themselves
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Posted 09 September 2019 - 03:59 PM

View Posttailgunner, on 08 September 2019 - 12:05 PM, said:

Who elect's these politicians?


Yeah, I know, but that's my point. The Swedes are normal and sensible people, but they have been wired to a thought culture too liberal for them to realise its flaws.
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Posted 09 September 2019 - 04:02 PM

View PostDean Adam Smithee, on 08 September 2019 - 04:06 PM, said:

The article VASTLY misrepresents the situation.

YES, the sexual assault rate has been skyrocketing in Sweden... but for not just (a) decade, or even since 2015, but for multiple decades with a 's'. Since approximately 1994, to be precise, the year Sweden joined the EU and essentially did away with border controls for member nations. As a matter of fact, the sexual assault rate in Sweden actually went DOWN by 12% in 2015.

Why did it start climbing in '94? Because too many euro-trash grew up watching way too many Erwin C Dietrich B-movies of the '70s/'80s (From Stewardesses Report (1971) to Sechs Schwedinnen von der Tankstelle (1980) (Six Swedes at a filling station) being probably his best, but let's not forget Sechs Schwedinnen im Pensionat(1979)(Six Swedish Girls at a boarding school) either. Why only ever six? Because seven would be too 'Jewish'. (In my best foghorn leghorn voice: That's a joke, son. It's funny. You can laugh.). Anyway, the euro-trash got the impression that the entire country of Sweden was little more than a porn film set (And an entire hard-core brand of the era under the label "Swedish Erotica" didn't help either), travel there expecting such, find out it really isn't, and take their frustrations out on the first available victims.

That's really all there is to it.

Much hay has been made over a BBC special Sweden rape: Most convicted attackers foreign-born, says TV, but when you dig into it, The MAJORITY of the "foreign-born" come from other EU states; a fraction come from MENA (Middle-East/North Africa).



Yes, that's technically correct. For perfectly good reason. Sweden, a member state of the EU, doesn't 'deport' to other member states. (Extradite, yes, "deport" per se, no). Similar would be if *I* travel from Florida/Georgia to commit a crime in, say, Alabama. Alabama's NOT going to 'deport' me per se, I'm going to be prosecuted and go to prison in Alabama. Largely the same in the EU.


Very true, and I can say that as the RN'er who is closest to them and has been for 40+ years. Until the last ten years, and the UK/global popularity of Scandanavian drama, esp crime shows, known now as 'Scandi Noir', Sweden wasn't rated in terms of TV and film, with the obvious exception of Ingmar Bergman and a few actors.

Never heard of it or seen it...... :whistling:
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Posted 09 September 2019 - 04:07 PM

View PostDean Adam Smithee, on 08 September 2019 - 04:06 PM, said:

The article VASTLY misrepresents the situation.

YES, the sexual assault rate has been skyrocketing in Sweden... but for not just (a) decade, or even since 2015, but for multiple decades with a 's'. Since approximately 1994, to be precise, the year Sweden joined the EU and essentially did away with border controls for member nations. As a matter of fact, the sexual assault rate in Sweden actually went DOWN by 12% in 2015.

Why did it start climbing in '94? Because too many euro-trash grew up watching way too many Erwin C Dietrich B-movies of the '70s/'80s (From Stewardesses Report (1971) to Sechs Schwedinnen von der Tankstelle (1980) (Six Swedes at a filling station) being probably his best, but let's not forget Sechs Schwedinnen im Pensionat(1979)(Six Swedish Girls at a boarding school) either. Why only ever six? Because seven would be too 'Jewish'. (In my best foghorn leghorn voice: That's a joke, son. It's funny. You can laugh.). Anyway, the euro-trash got the impression that the entire country of Sweden was little more than a porn film set (And an entire hard-core brand of the era under the label "Swedish Erotica" didn't help either), travel there expecting such, find out it really isn't, and take their frustrations out on the first available victims.

That's really all there is to it.

Much hay has been made over a BBC special Sweden rape: Most convicted attackers foreign-born, says TV, but when you dig into it, The MAJORITY of the "foreign-born" come from other EU states; a fraction come from MENA (Middle-East/North Africa).

Yes, that's technically correct. For perfectly good reason. Sweden, a member state of the EU, doesn't 'deport' to other member states. (Extradite, yes, "deport" per se, no). Similar would be if *I* travel from Florida/Georgia to commit a crime in, say, Alabama. Alabama's NOT going to 'deport' me per se, I'm going to be prosecuted and go to prison in Alabama. Largely the same in the EU.


Thriller-A Revenge with Christina Lindberg was/is a notorious classic. 1973. Ripped off, sorry influenced, Mr Tarantino for Kill Bill. Which is a magpie of several Euro/HK cult classics from the 60s to 80s.

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