"Refugees Welcome," Women's Rights Collide Again In Sweden
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A smaller scale repeat of the mass sexual assault in Cologne took place at a concert in Sweden.
Over 20 girls between 12 and 18 years old told police they were sexually assaulted by a group of men during a music festival in Karlstad, Sweden.
Police are investigating “a score of cases in which young girls have been molested,” Swedish Aftonbladet daily reported.

It said that the alleged attacks occurred during the “Putte i Parken” rock festival in Karlstad in Varmland County, despite enhanced police presence...

[20+ girls 'molested' at Swedish rock festRussia Today, July 4, 2016]

Of course, Swedish police know the real problem.
A Swedish police report released last month said that, according to a survey carried out by the EU’s rights agency, the country has the worst rates of sexual violence against women in all of Europe.

“Sweden tops the new EU Statistics on physical and sexual violence against women, sexual harassment and stalking. The conclusion is that the results are a consequence of Nordic alcohol culture, but also of non-traditional gender roles,” the report said.

Sweden is one of the most feminist countries in the world. Nordic men are also not known for aggressively pursuing women, especially in public places. Nonetheless, in the eyes of the government, the real problem is Swedish culture and an insufficiently enthusiastic approach to feminism.

This is not the first time this has happened at Swedish music festival. Earlier this year, Swedish women were molested by foreigners and the police responded by covering up the crime.

It remains to be seen what the official response will be here. Because as you've probably guessed, the people who have been detained in this case are exactly who you suspected they were.

A 17-year-old has told of her ordeal after a mob of 'foreign youths' sexually assaulted dozens of females at a Swedish music festival.

At least 35 aged between 12 and 17 reported being attacked during the 'Party in the Park' festival in Karlstad, 250 miles from Stockholm in Sweden's Varmland County on Friday and Saturday night.

Some of the alleged victims reported being 'kissed and groped' in scenes similar to the Cologne New Year attacks, in which dozens of women reported being assaulted...

Police reported that the perpetrators linked to the assaults were 'young men, who are foreigners'.

They have arrested two boys, both living at a nearby asylum centre for unaccompanied refugee children.

['He grabbed me, then touched my genitals. Girls were crying everywhere': 17-year-old tells of horror after mob of 'foreign youths' sexually assault 35 females as young as 12 at Swedish music festivalby Ulf Andersson, Daily Mail, July 4, 2016]

As described in some of the articles above, Swedish police were recently mocked for distributing wristbands telling people not to molest, as if a wristband would make a difference. In the long run, these kinds of incidents will create large scale social changes. As the Swedish government will never condone a crackdown on Muslims, expect intensified support for feminism, more outlandish definitions of what constitutes "sexual harassment," and even more immigration to punish the "problematic" traditional Swedish culture. These kinds of festivals will also becoming increasingly regulated.

But don't expect the government to back down from its policies. Immigration will continue, as well anarcho-tyranny.

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