DAILYKENN.com -- If diversity is a strength, Swedes living in Staffanstorp fail to see it.
The small town in Sweden is held in the grips of Islam's rape culture. Women in the town say Islamic slugs routinely sexually harass them making casual walks though the town square an exercise in humiliation and degradation.
The Muslim slugs also threaten the women's sons if they interfere and attempt to defend their mothers.
The news comes from journalist Joakim Lamotte who is, of course, dismissed as a "racist" for his honesty.
From friatider.se ▼ (Google translation)
"They are threatening through my sons to blow me that they are going to f**k me. They have bullied my youngest son, says a woman in Joakim Lamottes live broadcast last yesterday.
Another woman explains how home services are afraid to go to the town square in the evening, as "gangs" gather there.
A younger woman then tells how she was sexually harassed and punched on her former school every day.
- They locked me in the toilet and hit me with bands. They punched and joked on me. Everything. It happened every day.
Even outdoors she gets attacked.
"Suddenly they can go forward and take my breasts. When I banged the guy, the whole family came and told me I'm a little horny that I'm going to shut up. When I'm out with my dogs, they throw stones on the dogs, she continues, pointing out that she is afraid of what will happen to her siblings and cousins in the future.
Another woman tells her how she was "dismissed" by a gang of 15 people.
A mother also explains that the affected children urge their parents not to do anything, then the gang will be revenge on the children.
"You as a parent do not dare say so?" Wonder Joakim Lamotte.
"No," replied the mother. I do not. Then my son gets on my head.
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