A recent study has shown that 10 in 12 rapes committed in Denmark are at the hands of migrants, or their descendants. The review was based on sentencing reports between January 2016 to May 2017 and the figure is not likely to have changed, if not increased.
The countries of origin for the perpetrators were Macedonia, Somalia, Bulgaria, Iraq and Eritrea. It is well known that Africa has a higher rate of sexual assaults than other areas of the world. These were also rapes where the victim did not know the attacker, which in Europe is more rare.
Integration and Immigration Minister, Inger Støjberg, had this to say:
“It’s completely horrible. And that says something wrong with some of the immigrant communities in Denmark. It’s something we’ve seen through many years that crime rates are much higher in immigrant circles than it is among Danes. And when I see these very rough rapes – including assault violence – it’s a clear sign that you have not integrated.”
Naturally, people have been looking for excuses for these immigrants and why they feel the need to sexually assault local women. Christian Diesen, from Stokholm University has studied similar problems in Sweden said:
“The reason for the over representation is the poor integration. They do not feel like part of society, quickly feel outside and feel contempt for society and for others. We also see in Sweden especially among the immigrant people who are accused of rape that they blame the woman – the victim – calling her a luder and saying she behaved in a way so she was guilty of it. She participated in it, and initially she had g-strings and was shaven at the bottom.”
They feel a contempt for the society that allowed them in. Although some of the perpetrators were illegal immigrants & committed a number of rapes before being caught. In 2017, rapes had increased 196% since the Liberal party took over in Denmark and allowed more migrants based on official statistics. Despite this, Marcu Knuth, who is a Danish MP for the Party said at the end of 2017 that migrants need to be sent home, regardless if they have jobs or not. Many people countered his statement saying that the immigrants were filling jobs which were needed.
If there was any further proof needed that immigrants do not leave the Third World behind, the shocking yet unsurprising statistic from Denmark should be enough to make anyone want serious changes brought in.
The investigation was carried out by Danish news agency BT.DK