Shocking Rise in Violence Against Swedish WomenStrangely enough, there is no connection made in this article by the New York Times between the huge influx of Muslim immigrants and the steep rise in violence. As I've shown in my posts before, circumstantial evidence indicates a strong correlation between the two. I notice that the NYT agrees with my conclusions that the numbers cannot be explained away as merely a greater willingness by women to report the incidents. Which is exactly what the police in Sweden's third largest city claimed about an appalling number of rape charges. They're lying, and they know it. The same thing happens in Oslo, Norway, where the authorities are covering up the statistics and sacrificing their own young women to keep the peace. Predictably, leading Swedish feminists like Gudrun Schyman continue their quest to demonize all men, instead of focusing on Muslims. No wonder I consider myself an ex-feminist:
Sweden Boldly Exposes a Secret Side of Women's Lives
Amnesty International concluded that acts of violence against women had spiraled upward in Sweden in the last 15 years, a jump that could not be explained away as merely a greater willingness by women to report the incidents. The number of police reports filed for assault against women increased 40 percent in the 1990's, according to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention. By 2003 the number of reported assaults had swelled to 22,400, from 14,000 in 1990. An estimated 16 women are killed by a husband or partner each year, the report said. And only a fraction of the cases involving assaults, rape, breaches of restraining orders or continuing abuse lead to prosecution, the report stated. The report also underscored that most incidents of violence against women continue to go unreported. "It's not a question of a group of criminals," said Ms. Schyman, who is leading the campaign for the feminist party. "It's not alcoholics and drug users, and it's not people that are put out from the society. It's every man and in every class of society."