Media: Maintaining the Narrative

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by Christine Niles  •  •  February 28, 2017   

Liberal media can't admit the obvious

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The spotlight has turned on Sweden, after filmmaker Ami Horowitz's disturbing documentary on the rape crisis there, which neither media nor the Swedish government want to admit. With 67 rapes per 100,000 people, Sweden remains the rape capital of Europe — and it's directly linked to its high Muslim migrant population.

A few recent examples:

  • In March 2016, a 23-year-old was kidnapped and gangraped in an Islamic hookah bar; two of the convicted men were from Kuwait and Syria.
  • On October 2, 2016, a wheelchair-bound woman was gangraped by up to six men in a migrant center.
  • On January 21, 2017 in Uppsala, Sweden, a woman was gangraped by two Afghan migrants, who livestreamed the attack on Facebook.
  • In 2016, a mother of two was gangraped by nine Afghan refugees in a refugee camp in Småland Mariannelund, which left her nearly dead. During the rape, the men laughed and jeered at the woman. She was so traumatized by the episode she had to leave the courtroom multiple times during their trial to vomit.

And these don't include the gangrapes that take place at outdoor music festivals, where hundreds of cases of sexual assault take place in which Muslims surround the target, isolate her and proceed to assault her.

Sweden, which prides itself on its humanitarianism, has taken in more migrants and refugees per capita than any nation on earth — but it's paying the price. It's in Sweden's interest to downplay the horrifying statistics — but the media is also getting in on the pro-migrant narrative, refusing to acknowledge the obvious.

Watch the panel discuss the disturbing trend in The Download—Fake News CNN.


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