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By Pete Moore On March 13th, 2018

It’s impossible to keep up with all the rapes and sexual assaults that primitives get up to. The Left once campaigned against rape culture, but they’ve gone strangely silent on that, ever since they realised that they’ve inflicted one on Western women.

But I see that four Eritrean bums are on trial for the gang-rape of a 59 year old woman in Germany. Don’t complain lady, that’s racist! One of the future doctors has admitted to violently enriching her, claiming “We all joined in, we were like crazy.” Not as crazy as the halfwits who welcomed you to Germany.

Meanwhile in Berlin, six primitives are on trial for the gang rape of a 14 year old girl.

Get used to it people. This is your daughters’ future. Today and every day, until we come to our senses and deport all of these bums, this is the new normal.

4 Responses to “RAPE IN THE NEWS TODAY”

  1. https://www.channel4.com/news/factcheck/what-do-we-know-about-the-ethnicity-of-sexual-abuse-gangs

  2. There is no community where men don’t rape girls and we must face up to it. Yes Pakistani men are disproportionately involved in grooming gangs and this particular model of abuse. And no that is not a racist statement. Neither is it racist to say that when it comes to wider child abuse nearly 90 per cent of those convicted and on the sex offenders register are white men. However, focussing entirely on one community ignores the fact that vulnerable young girls of all ethnicities are targeted by men.

  3. There is no community where men don’t rape girls and we must face up to it.

    Wherever Pakis are NOT found in the UK, there is a general absence of systematic raping of young white girls. There’s none in my town and jude’s attempts to dilute the absolute culpability of Pakis are shameful though nonetheless to be expected of antifa

  4. But apart from the rape of thousands of girls, each by dozens of Pakis, what does the UK get from Pakis? Well, there’s the great use they make of the NHS owing to their genetic defects……..


    Consanguinity is relevant to UK health care as there are now large settler populations from South Asia, the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa (Ahmad 1994; Bittles 2009; Hoodfar and Teebi 1996) who practice consanguineous marriages. The Pakistani/Kashmiri community1 is one of the largest ethnic groups in the UK (ONS 2011) and is highly consanguineous (Shaw 2009). Autosomal recessive disorders are also higher amongst this group (Taylor 2013b), with Pakistani babies accounting for 30 % of autosomal recessive disorders among all babies born in the UK, while accounting for only 4 % of total births (Modell and Darr 2002).


    Baroness Flather said because of ‘inbreeding’, members of the ethnic group are 13 TIMES more likely than the rest of the UK population to have disabled children.

    The Pakistan-born peer has called on the Government to take steps against the issue of unions between close relatives in Muslim communities, which she called an “outdated, un-British custom”.

    She said: “This tradition, which is followed mainly by migrant families who originate from the Kashmir region of Pakistan, has the tragic consequence of causing disproportionately high rates of disability among their offspring because of the far greater risks of genetic disorders.”

    She also accused Britain of a “cowardly reluctance to tackle damaging social practices within certain ethnic minorities”.

    So what does the UK get from Pakis apart from mass rape and defectives?

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