Thanks to the Obama administration authorizing over 10,000 Syrian immigrants to be relocated in various towns across America, we are likely to start seeing more sexual assaults, rapes and indecent acts as has happened all throughout Europe wherever large concentrations of refugees have arrived. This latest event comes shortly after the accused sexual assault of a 5-year girl by Middle Eastern immigrants in June.
Although the mainstream media in Europe has largely attempted to downplay the massive increase in rapes & sexual assaults in countries that have been flooded with Middle Eastern immigrants, Sweden has gone from a relatively low crime country to the rape capitol of the EU, to 2nd in the world for number of rapes per capita.
Sweden recently deployed a program to distribute wristbands to women that say, “Don’t Touch Me,” designed to somehow prevent women from being raped. Sweden is by no means an isolated incident Mass sexual assaults took place during New Year’s celebrations by immigrants in Germany recently. According to leaked documents, more than 1,200 women were assaulted by over 2,000 men. A good portion of these men were “recent arrivals” to Germany. There have been four convictions so far. Germany’s sexual assault law (which has since been toughened) meant it was extremely difficult to convict someone for groping or for being part of a group attacking a woman.
From the Washington Post:
But numbers that are now emerging are likely to shock a country still coming to terms with what happened in Cologne more than half a year ago. According to a leaked police document, published by Germany’s Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper and broadcasters NDR and WDR, the previous estimates have to be dramatically revised — upward.
Authorities now think that on New Year’s Eve, more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities, including more than 600 in Cologne and about 400 in Hamburg.
More than 2,000 men were allegedly involved, and 120 suspects — about half of them foreign nationals who had only recently arrived in Germany — have been identified.
In Lowell, Massachusetts, a 22 year old Syrian refugee has been accused of harassing and touching a 13 year old at a local swimming pool. By the way, many countries in Europe who previously celebrated mixed gender public swimming, have now taken drastic measures because of rampant assaults taking place at their pools.
In Germany, a public pool had to ban immigrants after a group of men went on a sexually induced rampage and defecated in the water:
In separate incidents other groups of migrants were caught “contaminating” the children’s training pool by “emptying their bowels in the water”, and sexually assaulting other bathers, reports Bild.
If that’s not enough to make a point, see a leaked internal report from a Düsseldorf, Germany, that illustrates the rapidly developing child sex crisis in swimming pools, for which so-called ‘refugees’ are often identified as the culprits.
I could literally spend another 24 hours writing about the increases in sexual-related attacks in Europe caused by mass Middle Eastern migration, but I think its safe to say that an increase in third world migrants has some correlation to an increase in sexual assaults.
Back to our friendly Syrian refugee from Massachusetts, who has only been in the United States for a grand total of 2 months, and according to his lawyer speaks “very limited English.” Well it appears his English was good enough to repeatedly ask a 13-year old girl her age.
Also, in case you’re wondering how this fine example of a refugee supports himself in our country while speaking very little English, he receives assistance from the International Institute of New England, a nonprofit group with an office in Lowell that offers information and resources to refugees and immigrants.
How very kind of them. How about offering assistance to veterans forced to wait months to receive medical care and helping returning soldiers find jobs?
The Lowell Sun reports:
LOWELL – A 22-year-old Syrian refugee is behind bars after only two months in the United States after he was accused Thursday night of inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl at a state-run swimming pool in Lowell.
In Lowell District Court on Friday, Emad Hasso, of Lowell, was ordered held on $25,000 cash bail after pleading not guilty via an interpreter to one count of indecent assault and battery on someone under 16.
Judge Stacy Fortes set the bail over the defense attorney’s objections, because Hasso’s only ties to this country are his family members with whom he lives.
Prosecutor Sam Miller said that around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, the 13-year-old Lowell girl was at the Raymond Lord Memorial Pool at the North Common Park in Lowell when she said a man approached her, touched her upper thigh and asked her age.
The girl told him she was too young for him and walked away, Miller said.
The man, who was later identified as Hasso, allegedly began to follow the girl around the pool and approached her again when she was swimming, touching her upper thigh and again asking her age.
The girl responded that she was a “little kid, leave me alone,” Miller said.
Other people at the pool, including the lifeguard, saw some of the interaction between Hasso and the alleged victim, and intervened, Miller said.
Police said the incident may have been captured on video security cameras at the pool.
When questioned by the Massachusetts Environmental Police, who oversee state pools operated by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation, Hasso indicated he had been in the U.S. for about two months.
Defense attorney William Kittredge said Hasso, who speaks little English, receives assistance from the International Institute of New England, a nonprofit group with an office in Lowell that offers information and resources to refugees and immigrants.
Kittredge said Hasso told him that while he was swimming in the pool he may have “accidentally bumped” the girl, but he denies inappropriately touching the teen or speaking to her.
During a hearing in which the girl’s mother was granted a harassment order on behalf of her daughter, Hasso used the interpreter to tell the judge, “First of all, I don’t speak the language and I haven’t spoke to her.”
Fortes ordered that Hasso have no contact with anyone under 16, except for family members, stay away from the victim, the Lord pool and all DCR properties.
Hasso is scheduled for a pretrial conference on July 29.