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The authorities need to find out why things are getting so bad
originally posted by: anxiouswens
The authorities need to find out why things are getting so bad and then deal with the problem properly, not as they have done in the UK where they have just let a man go because "he didnt know it was wrong hin his culture"!
they want to create a multicultural "utopia" where all the races and cultures can get along and prosper
originally posted by: peskyhumans
They want to create a multicultural "utopia" where all the races and cultures can get along and prosper.
originally posted by: Restricted
The police already know why things are bad, but everyone is SO afraid of being called racist or a bigot that they won't stand up for themselves or speak THE TRUTH.
It's the rapefugees. It's the Muslims who have no respect for human life or human dignity, especially when it comes to women.
Their "values" are completely at odds with European culture. They should go back to where they came from and rape and pillage their own.
originally posted by: IShotMyLastMuse
how the world works in 2016:
in the fear of offending anyone and not appearing liberal, we ask people to just modify their natural behaviour and sacrifice any expectation of safety form the place they live in, because giving women a curfew is much better than risking taking action to guarantee their safety and thus offending someone somehow somewhere.
But you now go out and warn, it is considered as the police did not manage to maintain the safety of the residents in Östersund? No, definitely not. But it is impossible to scan all the streets. That we go out with anmaningen of caution is that women in particular should think about how to move in some places,
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: reldra
You've misquoted. Possibly accidentally, indicating sloppiness. Possibly deliberately, indicating unwillingness to enter rational discussion.