Note: First of all, I want to let something clear, I do not believe that muslims are at fault with everything thats been happening. I think they are just being victims of a globalist agenda. Obviously there are good and bad people in every country and religion.
People from third world countries don’t think the same way developed country citizens think. Proof of it is seen in the way they live their lives (their culture). And you don’t need to be an anthropologist to figure these things out. In third world countries, religion plays an important aspect in determining their beliefs, arts, morals, laws, and customs. Culture in Middle Eastern counties, part of South Asia and North Africa is based on the powerful influence Islam exerts in people’s lives. Islamic law touches on virtually every aspect of life and society, providing guidance on multifarious topics from banking and welfare, to family life and the environment. Islam (Muslim) schools are dividen in two denominations: Sunni (75–90%) or Shia (10–20%). About 13% of Muslims live in Indonesia, 25% in South Asia, 20% in the Middle East, and 15% in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is the second-largest religion by number of adherents and, according to many sources, the fastest-growing major religion in the world.
In some Muslim countries, the law requires women to cover either just legs, shoulders and head or the whole body apart from the face. In strictest countries, the face as well must be covered leaving just a mesh to see through. These rules for dressing cause tensions, concerning particularly Muslims living in Western countries, where restrictions are considered both sexist and oppressive. In Syria women are now entitled to receive the same education as men and to seek employment, but the traditional attitude that views females as inferior beings prevails. A woman is considered the possession of a man rather than her own person. She is identified as her father’s daughter until marriage; after the birth of a male child, her identity is transferred from the wife of her husband to the mother of her son. Since Children are highly valued as a blessing from God, the more children they have they believe the more fortunate they will be considered.
In the other hand there are the different European countries, each with a culture of its own, but similar in the way women are respected as equal to men. We have the Scandinavian countries, some of the richest, most successful societies on Earth, with exceptionally high levels of education, health care, and safety, but all of this is being shaken down by floods of immigrants.
Here is a video of a Sweden woman speaking up because of this:
There are also tons of news about a school located in Pocking, Bavaria, who sent a letter to parents advising them of new “security measures” after a migrant shelter was opened at the school’s nearby gym. Parents were warned that their children should not wear revealing clothes for fear of “misunderstandings” that could lead to “attacks” by the migrants. Children were also told that “derogatory or racial remarks” would not be tolerated. Meanwhile a 7-year-old girl was raped by a north African migrant in a German park last week, a story that has received little media attention. And now, since Sweden opened its doors to mass immigration, the country has become the rape capital of the west, with cases skyrocketing by 1400%. Around 77.6% of the rapists are identified as “foreigners”.
Muslim rape culture has become a major problem in Scandinavia but its critics have been labeled racist and Islamophobic. And now The United Kingdom, which is also set to accept a further 20,000 refugees, has also seen numerous cases of Muslim rape gangs, including a sex trafficking ring in Rotherham that was covered up by local councilors and the police over fears that identifying the culprits – almost all of whom were Pakistani men – would be seen as politically incorrect.
And if the issues about the women and children being raped weren’t scandalous enough, vandalising their way through Europe, robbing charitable donors, and creating tension and uneasiness for the locals are just the appetisers before the main course.
Now I´ve been wondering, with each day even more and more people questioning themselves: what will be the outcome of such a large scale immigration? Have things been handled the best possible way? Weren’t there other solutions besides “absorbing” the refugees? What will become of the countries with such large influx of migrants? Wasn’t the invitation to the refugees a little bit premature? And so on, Is the #RefugeeCrisis being taken too lightly by the #EU? Because you can only judge by the consequences and these are only pointing out the negligence in preventing a humanitarian crisis from occurring