Sweden has crossed a moral line that should never be crossed

Ever wondered where that slippery slope ends? Well, wonder no more. Countries like Sweden have bent over backwards to ‘tolerate’ a culture at odds with their own, allowing sexual segregation, inequality and Islamic clothing on women including full face masks. Instead of expecting their Muslim immigrants to assimilate and integrate and become Swedes they have made special exception after special exception to their own values and culture in order to make the new culture feel at home in a foreign land.

So how far are the Swedes prepared to go in order to make their Muslim immigrants feel right at home? Surely they wouldn’t tolerate a moral code being broken? Surely there are some moral values so ingrained into their civilised society that there is no way that they would ever tolerate them being broken?

In Western civilisation there is one crime that we all instinctively recoil from that is morally and ethically so distasteful and wrong that it makes us feel physically ill to think of it happening to one of our loved ones. Despite this, in Sweden, they have made yet another exception for their Muslim immigrants and this one is one that crosses that moral line.

Because of this line being crossed young Muslim girls living in Sweden are not being given the same rights and protections that non-Muslim Swedish girls have. They have been effectively thrown to the wolves because the Swedes don’t want to offend their paedophile husbands.



[…] On March 24, the two agencies released a four-page brochure. It was entitled “Information for Those who Are Married to Children.” Yes, you read that right. Its cover featured a cheery drawing of a very dark-skinned girl in hijab and a somewhat dark-skinned boy and girl in more Western-looking garb. The style of illustration was recognizable from a thousand children’s books. But this wasn’t a children’s book. It was a brochure for adults living in Sweden whose “spouses” are minors.

The brochure started off by stating: “Child marriages are prohibited in Sweden.” Well, yes, technically. But the very existence of the brochure is a reflection of the fact that such marriages exist and are officially tolerated. The brochure explained the reason for the prohibition: “Children have the right to be children and not to have the responsibility that a marriage involves.” Also, children need schooling; marriage can lead a child to experience physical and psychological problems; and if a child gets pregnant, that, too, can lead to problems.

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How about explaining that sex with a child is called paedophilia and is considered morally repugnant by western civilisation and will not be tolerated inside Sweden? This is a shocking example of a country failing to stand up for the rights and the morals that it should hold dear. If Sweden cannot even stand up and tell Muslim immigrants that forced marriage and raping young girls is wrong then it might as well become an Islamic State under Sharia law right now because it has failed to uphold a key value of a civilised country.


There followed a list of some of the rights that children supposedly enjoy in Sweden, among them the right to divorce, to refuse sex (even with a spouse), and to obtain an abortion. The brochure stated that having sex with a child is illegal, even if you are married to her. Again, all this is technically true. But in practice, nobody is arrested or imprisoned for being “married” to a child.

The brochure explained that while the social services system is responsible for arranging accommodation for children who come to Sweden unaccompanied, it is the job of the Migration Agency to arrange accommodation for adult asylum seekers. As for adults who arrive with underage wives, “social services may suggest that you not live together for a longer or shorter period.”

“May”? What this clearly means is that in some cases, Swedish authorities will actually allow an adult immigrant to share his bed with a “wife” aged six or eight or ten.

There’s more: “Since children under 15 have an absolute right to be protected from sexual actions, it is unsuitable that you live together if the child is under 15.” The Swedish word for “unsuitable” is olämplig. It can also be translated as “inadvisable.” In short, it is an absurd euphemism. As Henrik Sundt commented at document.no: “Will the authorities ‘suggest’ that the child not live with her assailant for a shorter or longer period? And is it ‘unsuitable’ for a pedophile to live together with his victim?”

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I am disgusted by the Swedes. They have hit their Muslim paedophiles with a wet bus ticket and have thrown their underage child brides to the wolves. So much for Western feminism. Apparently, Muslim girls aren’t entitled to protection from Western feminists.


Source: pjmedia.com

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