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January 07, 2016

Go Figure: Austrian Police Also Covered Up Their Own Sex-Mob Attacks

In the future, every city will be Rotherham for 15 minutes. Or, actually, 15 years.

Or 40.

Who knows.

The important thing is that the government must do its utmost to deny information to the citizenry to keep them from having the Wrong Thoughts.

And Switzerland and Finland join the list too, maybe.

Today it emerged identical sex gangs are operating in neighbouring Austria, while more than 150 woman across five German cities have reported attacks.

And in Switzerland, six women reported identical crimes in Zurich on New Year's Eve, while Finnish police intercepted information suggesting similar attacks were planned.

The Daily Mail quotes a psychiatrist writing at Politico, who semi-euphemizes this as "Europe's Man Problem."

No doubt, a part of this is attributable to high man-to-woman ratio. Men will do all sorts of beastly things when they want women and there are none available willingly.

But one also suspects that Politico's psychiatrist is doing what our culture-making political classes love doing -- lying to the public in order to keep them from thinking The Wrong Things.

The recent surge of migration into Europe has been unprecedented in scope, with an estimated 1 million migrants from the Middle East and North Africa this past year alone, making for a massive humanitarian crisis, as well as a political and moral dilemma for European governments. But one crucial dimension of this crisis has gone little-noticed: sex or, more technically, sex ratios.

According to official counts, a disproportionate number of these migrants are young, unmarried, unaccompanied males. In fact, the sex ratios among migrants are so one-sided -- we're talking worse than those in China, in some cases -- that they could radically change the gender balance in European countries in certain age cohorts.

Not according to a map on Wikipedia of the world's sex ratios, but we'll get to that.

As many governments, including in the United States, debate how many migrants to accept onto their shores, they would be wise to take gender balance into consideration. That might sound sexist on the surface, but years of research has shown that male-dominated societies are less stable, because they are more susceptible to higher levels of violence, insurgence and mistreatment of women. In Germany, scores of women recently reported being attacked on New Year’s Eve by men whom the authorities describe as of “North African or Arabic” descent. While it is not yet known whether the alleged perpetrators were migrants, the attacks may finally be alerting policymakers to the risks of a male-dominated migration wave. Why would European societies, many of which rank highest on global measures of gender equality and stability and peace, jeopardize those hard-won and enviable rankings?

One inadequacy with this thesis: this map of world sex ratios, taken from Wikipedia, showing countries with more women in red, and more men in blue, shows that many of the countries from which Europe's new migrants come from have favorable women-to-men ratios; that is, they come from places with more women than men.

Further, all the European countries we're talking about here have more women than men, too.

There is a cultural component that, as we see time and time again, the culture-deciders cover-up again and again. Oh, they understand well enough that culture plays a role, as can be seen from their constant chatter about a "Rape Culture" and the need to tell men not to rape.

But then, suddenly, when it becomes politically incorrect to note cultural contributions, they stop talking about rape culture altogether and kind of change the subject.

Anyway, as heavily euphemized as it is, the Politico article is a watershed moment, the time when even the forces of coercive political correctness scramble for more politically-correct reasons to agree that we need to slow down on immigration.

Meanwhile, in Germany, they're prosecuting a bunch of people in the wake of the sex-mob attacks.

Not for the sex-mob attacks, but for speaking too crudely about the sex mob attacks.

I really would like these imbeciles to understand something: thoughts become ugly and turn to hate when they're oppressed. When someone is officially forbidden from noticing something that is true -- that there is a cultural component here, and that Middle Eastern societies (obviously) do not afford women the respect and rights that they have in Western societies -- then people do not say it, at least for a while.

Until they finally can take the censorship no longer, and then they say it in an angry, hateful way.

Many in Germany are carrying signs that say "No to Racism, No to Sexism." They're attempting to both calm any racist urges while simultaneously noting that there is a problem here.

If you attempt to crack down on people's attempts to speak the truth, you will have the silence you seek, but only for a while.

Then, when your silencing attempts no longer work, you will have actual hate, and not just hate against the minority population, either, but the handmaidens of rape and assault in the government too.

Despite the beliefs of the government class, people can in fact make cool and thoughtful decisions. But they can't do so when they're being deliberately gas-lighted by their own governments.



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