If YOU Listen to a Multiculturalist YOU will be a Victim


John R. Houk

© January 15, 2016

On January 14 I cross posted an article about the Muslim male practice of Taharrush by Geert Wilders and Machiel de Graaf entitled “Give Women the Right to Defend Themselves”. Taharrush, in case you didn’t watch the massive media coverage (NOT), that Muslim practice is for a bunch Muslim males surrounding a female victim and raping her abusively. In Muslim dominated nations this can be a Muslim or non-Muslim woman. Typically, in Western dominated nations the rape victims are non-Muslim women.

This leads to the rape epidemic sweeping European nations largely thanks to self-brainwashed European Multiculturalists devoted to allowing non-Western cultures to flourish in Europe EVEN if it is dangerous and self-destructive.

I am about to post more about this rape Jihad media stories from reputable Counterjihad writers that most Leftist and Multiculturalists would label as Islamophobic Right Wing hate-incitement. The largest reason for posting more is because Youtube is a part of this Multicultural denial. Youtube took down the video I had posted as an Editor’s intro to the Wilders and de Graaf article. This was done even though the video very tastefully showed the viciousness of Muslim men toward women and yet blurred any compromising images in the video.

This first post is a Breitbart article from January 13 about a blond German girl that was sexually assaulted in Cologne. The next article is a January 15 IPT article explaining just how wide spread this rape Jihad is in Europe. Get educated and read both and don’t listen to Leftists and Multiculturalists claiming Islam has nothing to do with these rapes, especially if it is – God Forbid – Muslim refugees and immigrants.

JRH 1/15/16 (Hat Tip: G+ Group Crusaders)

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Cologne Sexual Assault Victim Called a Racist and Harassed After Identifying Her Attackers

By JOHN SEXTON

January 13, 2016

Breitbart.com

Blond German Girl – SWR Fernsehen/screenshot

A woman, who came forward and told her story of being sexually assaulted in Cologne, Germany, on New Years Eve, was victimized a second time after an Internet video gave out her identity and suggested her account of the attack was anti-Muslim propaganda.

The 26-year-old woman named Selina withheld her full name when she gave an interview to German television channel SWR Fernsehen last week. In the interview, she described her moment of terror being surrounded by dozens of men who looked at her like “free meat at the supermarket” and groped her repeatedly. She noted that her attackers spoke Arabic and did not seem to understand German. She described the group of men as “southern looking” with “darker skin.”

In a follow-up interview with SWR Fernsehen, Selina describes what happened to her after the interview aired. Someone posted a video containing a portion of her interview and suggesting all of the reports blaming Muslims for the Cologne sexual assaults were propaganda. Titles appear in the video which say, “Strange that Selina 1 day after this horror (3 days before this interview) on Insta still was happy.”

That’s apparently a reference to her Instagram account which the video creator found along with her Facebook page. The video not only suggests Selina is wrong about who attacked her but includes images of her full name and where she works from her Facebook page.

The video went viral and was viewed nearly a quarter of a million times. Selina eventually saw it on the Facebook page of an Islamic preacher who has been described as radical in the German media. She tells SWR Fernsehen she became frightened, wondering, “What if someone sees who believes it or has a radical background?” She began getting threatening calls at work and people were attacking her on Facebook as a racist and a right-winger.

Eventually, Selina was able to confront the maker of the video and threatened to sue him for character assassination. The video was removed.

Though she was surprised by the reaction to telling her own story of victimization, Selina says she would do it again. “I won’t let myself give up and that’s why I talk about it openly,” she tells SWR Fernsehen.

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The New Terror Threat: Organized Rape

By Abigail R. Esman
Special to IPT News
January 15, 2016

Investigative Project on Terrorism

“The men surrounded and started to grab our behinds and touch our crouches.”

It was a different kind of terrorist attack: a carefully orchestrated, coordinated mass rape and sexual assault on hundreds of women across Cologne, Germany amongst the firework celebrations of New Year’s Eve. Reports of the attacks describe women desperately fleeing as men pulled at them, groped between their legs, dragged them into alleyways, and witnesses who struggled to rescue them as men threw bottles and fireworks at the police.

Two weeks later, more than 500 women, along with other victims in Hamburg, Stuttgart, and Berlin, have filed complaints, and 22 suspects have been identified. Most of those suspects are asylum-seekers, new arrivals from war-torn Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan who, German officials now say, used the country’s open-armed offer of sanctuary to the victims of terrorism as a gateway to wage even more terrorism in the West.

It worked. Across Europe, women have voiced a new fear of being on the streets at night and concern that the attacks in Germany will spread. In fact, they have already. Other such rapes were reported in Finland, Sweden and Austria over New Year’s as well, though on a smaller scale.

While this kind of massive, pre-planned act of violence against hundreds of women represents a new tactic in Islamic terrorism, the truth is that it’s been brewing, even happening, in random – but constant – attacks for years. For well over a decade, for instance, the Dutch have muttered about second-generation Moroccan youth groping Dutch women, calling them “sluts,” and describing them openly as whores. Europe-wide, that view of Western women among immigrant Muslim communities has helped fuel a rash of sexual violence against them.

In 2003, for instance, 15 Moroccan-Dutch youth raped a 22-year-old Dutch woman on a commuter train. Ten years later, a 30-year-old Swedish woman was gang-raped at a refugee housing project.

In Oxford, England, that same year, a gang of seven men of Pakistani and Eritrean origin were convicted of sex trafficking and rape on a wide scale, with as many as 1,400 victims, some as young as 11 and 12 years old. One girl was reportedly forced to have a home-style abortion on a living room floor; she was 12.

Reported the Gatestone Institute at the time, “In graphic testimony, one of the victims told the court that Mohammed Karrar would charge men £500 ($750) to have sex with her. They would take her to homes in High Wycombe where she would be subjected to gang rapes, incidents that she described as ‘torture sex.’ The men would tie her up and gag her mouth with a ball to stop her cries from being heard. The men would play out abuse fantasies; sometimes she was left bleeding for days afterwards.”

More recently, reports of rapes in asylum centers by fellow asylum seekers, who then force their victims into prostitution, have made headlines across Europe, particularly in Germany, even as the gang rapes on European streets continue.

These are not isolated incidents. Rather, they are increasingly a part of European life and culture, emblematic of the clash of sexual and social mores between Muslim immigrants and the European countries in which they now live. Western girls and women dress in ways immigrants from North Africa, the Middle East and much of Southeast Asia (often called the MENASA region) consider “revealing” and “provocative.” Muslim girls are expected to remain “pure” until marriage, to cover themselves – if not in burqas and niqabs, then with long sleeves and long skirts or slacks and headscarves.

Against this standard, and aided by film, TV, and popular culture, Western women are seen by MENASA immigrant youth as promiscuous, loose, and willing – a perspective no one in their communities refutes. Add to this the hormones and sexual frustrations of young Muslim men forbidden to engage in sexual activity with Muslim girls, and – often with the loud encouragement of their peers – they sublimate their urges and sexual guilt into shaming these girls with taunts or, in too many cases, by molesting them.

But rape, as is widely known, is more than a sexual act: it is an act of violence and the abuse of power. That has translated in recent years also into the emergence of gangs of so-called “lover-boys,” men – largely immigrants from Pakistan and Morocco – who seduce young girls and then force them into prostitution. As early as 2000, reports of these girls working in the windows of Amsterdam’s Red Light district hinted at the scope of the problem. Even then, an administrator for the Dutch Salvation Army who worked with local prostitutes told the newspaper Volkskrant, “In the last few years we’ve seen more and more Dutch girls behind the windows. And Moroccan girls, whom you never saw here before.”

Other girls are sent to Belgium by their “lover-boys,” who “[a]re all immigrants from Moroccan or Surinamese origin, while their victims are Dutch native girls,” Antwerp Police Chief Inspector Jan Piedfort told Belgium’s De Morgen.

One such lover-boy described how it works to the Al-Amal Foundation, which supports families and women mostly from the Dutch-Moroccan community. “A Dutch girl, you give compliments, you flatter her, you pamper and indulge her with roses and before you know it she is lying on her back working for you. With a Muslim girl, you go to bed with her, rape her, photograph her and then you have her in your power. Then you can blackmail her: work or I’ll show everyone the photo. And a Surinamese or Antillian girl? They’re born whores.”

All of these trends have paved the way for sexual violence as a natural weapon for jihad in the age of ISIS. Indeed, we’ve seen it used not just in the mass gang rapes in Europe in recent years, but in the sexual enslavement of Yazidi girls in Syria and Iraq. We’ve seen it further in ISIS propaganda that even encourages its male members to rape women to bring them “closer to Allah.”

Yet European officials have done little to stop these widely reported atrocities, fearing charges of racism and “Islamophobia.” Britain’s former Labor MP Denis MacShane admitted to the BBC in 2014 that he failed to investigate oppression of Muslim women due to a mindset of, “not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat.”

The implicit misogyny in this – that offending Muslim men is somehow worse than the rape and molestation of women, Muslim and not, is striking. If anything good can come of the New Year’s attacks, it will not be through the advice of those who, like Cologne Mayor Henriette Reke, suggested women dress more modestly. Rather, it will be through those who recognize that terrorism takes many forms. This is one of them. It is time to start treating it that way.

Abigail R. Esman, the author, most recently, of Radical State: How Jihad Is Winning Over Democracy in the West (Praeger, 2010), is a freelance writer based in New York and the Netherlands.

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If YOU Listen to a Multiculturalist YOU will be a Victim

John R. Houk

© January 15, 2016

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Cologne Sexual Assault Victim Called a Racist and Harassed After Identifying Her Attackers


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The New Terror Threat: Organized Rape

About The Investigative Project on Terrorism

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I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

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