Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Norway: Rape wave in Trondheim

Trondheim is Norway's third largest city:

Rape wave in Trondheim

Trondheim's St. Olav's Hospital reports receiving a dramatic increase in the number of rape victims this year. Just in the past month 17 rape victims have gone to the hospital for assistance. St. Olav's has had 71 women rape victims so far this year, already well over the total of 56 for all of 2004, newspaper Adresseavisen reports. South-Trøndelag County police can confirm the trend. So far there have been twice as many rapes and attempted rapes reported this year, compared to 2004. Psychiatric nurse Eva Aagaard at the hospital's rape reception center cannot explain the enormous increase, and has not noted any pattern. "The past month has been very unusual," Aagaard told Adresseavisen, and offered the hypothesis that part of the explanation could be that more victims are daring to tell their story. "We want more women who have been victims of rape to know that they can come to us. We do not require that they bring charges in order to get help from us," Aagaard said.

Notice that Aftenposten doesn't present any theories about this sudden, huge spike in rape numbers. Perhaps they should try to have a look at some of their older stories?

The Norwegian Government - Covering Up Immigrant Rapes

Oslo rape statistics shock

Two out of three charged with rape in Norway's capital are immigrants with a non-western background according to a police study. The number of rape cases is also rising steadily.The study is the first where the crime statistics have been analyzed according to ethnic origin. Rape charges in the capital are spiraling upwards, 40 percent higher from 1999 to 2000 and up 13 percent so far this year. Police Inspector Gunnar Larsen of Oslo's Vice, Robbery and Violent crime division says the statistics are surprising - the rising number of rape cases and the link to ethnic background are both clear trends.

Notice that the explanation given in Trondheim is that "more victims are daring to tell their story." This is exactly the same story as given by the police in Malmö, Sweden:

Muslim Rape Epidemic in Sweden and Norway - Authorities Look the Other Way

Thomas Anderberg, responsible for statistics at the Malmö Police, says there was a doubling of the number of reported rapes by ambush in 2004, following what was already a decade of steadily increasing numbers of sexual crimes. - I think that’s great news, says Anna Gustafsson, head of the Domestic Violence Unit at the Malmö Police. She suggests that the increase is due to the fact that women who otherwise wouldn’t press charges for rape now choose to contact the police.

The official number of rape charges in Sweden has more than tripled in 30 years. I'm pretty sure the police officers in Malmö know very well who is behind most of these rapes, but they risk being charged with racism and suspended from the force if they tell what they know, even in private emails. Scandinavian girls are no longer safe to walk the streets in their own countries, and their authorities look the other way. But as we all know, I'm a "right-wing extremist", so who cares what I say, anyway?

1 Comments:

At October 12, 2005 5:53 PM, Blogger José María said...

If the increase of rapes in Scandinavia could have a "good side" it will be that many more people, the victims and their families, will be aware of the absurdity of mixing without control two worlds so different, islam and europeans, and it would be surprising that if they are leftists still insist on multiculturalism and tolerance to hate.
I am ashamed of europeans, mainly of scandinavians, what a race of degenerated people.

 

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