A 36 year old Muslim male refugee tried to deny raping an 11 year old girl twice over the course of two days because he said he was “gay.” In his words, he has no idea about the rape because “it just happened”:
An Iraqi immigrant who said he was gay when claiming asylum in Austria has been jailed for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl at a swimming pool.
Appearing in court this week, the 36-year-old insisted that he is homosexual and that the contact with the child was his first experience of a sexual relationship with the opposite sex.
The attack happened in July last year where he met an old friend who was with her daughter, and they spent the afternoon and the evening together.
The woman was a single parent, and according to the girl when he was visiting, he had sexually assaulted her and then told her not to say anything to her mother.
The next day they had arranged to go swimming together, where he carried out another assault.
When quizzed by the court he claimed that the girl seemed much older than she really was.
He said that the incident was the first time that he had had any experience of a sexual relationship with the opposite sex, and that he had no idea why the idea had come into his head. He told the court: ‘It just happened’.
The worst part about this entire article is that the rapist was sentenced to 15 months in jail with 10 suspended, and a $1500 USD fine.
Now, if this was the Muslim world, this guy would be lucky if he lived.
This sentence shows how ineffective the West has become at protecting its own citizens through the judicial system. Punishment for crime is a serious matter and must fit the crime committed, but the problem in Europe today (as well as America) is that Muslims are being allowed to commit heinous crimes and they are barely punished for them while at the same time the native European people are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for non-crimes- like posting an opinion on facebook disagreeing with the government’s refugee policy. The governments are literally engineering social and political anarchy while handing over their nations to lawless people who do not care about the very society which has taken them in.
While it is easy to mock people in the past, for example, in the American south, who used to punish people who committed particularly horrible crimes- such as rape- with “street justice,” this issue with Muslims in Europe shows why this exists in the first place. If the courts do not take these people out of society and deal with them in a way so they can no longer hurt people, then the people themselves would traditionally take matters into their own hands. It is still this way in many parts of the world with rapists, most notably in Brazil: