A new mass nonwhite sex attack on white girls has taken place at two open air music festivals in Sweden this weekend—but so far only one Swedish newspaper has dared to report that the offenders were all “foreigners.”
All the other newspapers—including the notorious liars at the Aftonbladet—refused to mention the race of the attackers, even though the entire country knows the truth.
The Aftonbladet—caught out lying spectacularly over a “mass attack by skinheads on refugee children” story which they invented in their newsroom—said in its coverage of the latest sex attacks that there had been “over 20 cases of sexual harassment” reported at the “Putte in the Park” music festival in Karlstad.
The attacks had gone on, the Aftonbladet said, “despite the enhanced police presence.”
The Aftonbladet added that a similar set of attacks had taken place at the Bråvalla festival in Norrköping, also held over the past weekend, and on Friday, a large number of young girls had been subjected to sexual molestation at the Karlstad festival.
By Saturday morning, sixteen complaints had been registered, the paper quoted police as saying. The Aftonbladet said that the female complainants said they had been “encircled by between seven and eight boys,” who had groped them. The youngest victim is only 12 years, police said.
As a result of the attacks, police had strengthened their presence at the festival, but the assaults had carried on during the next night as well.
At least two arrests were made, the Aftonbladet said. “Police and security guards arrested two men from the audience, aged 16 and 18, who were taken to the police station for identification purposes,” the Aftonbladet said, all the while making sure not to give any indication of their race.
By early Sunday, the total number of complaints exceeded 30, police said.
Another major Swedish newspaper, the Svenksa Dagbladet, reported that there had been 35 complaints laid over the weekend.
The paper said that Karlstad police “have been able to identify the people” suspected of the crimes, but also refused to make any mention of their race.
Another article in the Svenksa Dagbladet gave some more details, quoting Per-Arne Eriksson, Varmland police duty officer.
According to Eriksson, the attacks were made on “exclusively young girls” who had been “surrounded by groups of teenage boys.”
The assaults had taken place in the audience in front of the stage, Eriksson said, making identification of the perpetrators easy.
Only the Expressen newspaper dared to admit that the attackers were nonwhite “foreigners.” In an interview with one of the victims, a 15-year-old girl, the truth finally emerged:
“I stood and danced when a guy came up from behind and held me down. he started humping against my body; it was horrible,” she told the Expressen, going on to describe how five of her friends were also molested by “foreign youths.”
The Expressen also revealed that the two arrested suspects come from a local home for “unaccompanied refugee children.”
They were released “because of their young age” and sent back to their accommodation, police spokesman Eriksson was quoted as saying by the Expressen.
The latest sex attacks—which all follow the well-known Arabic “taharrush gamea” tactic—comes just a few days after Swedish police issued wristbands for Swedish girls with the slogan “POLICEAVSPÄRRAT #tafsainte” [which translates as “Police cordon, don’t grope”].
According to a press release issued by the Swedish police, “By wearing these wristbands, young women will be able to make a stand. No one should have to accept sexual molestation. So do not grope. And if you are groped, report it to the police.”
Police Chief Dan Eliasson said that the point of the wristbands was to “draw attention to the issue [of sexual assault], and urge those affected to report. We’re hoping mainly that this will get boys to think twice. A lot of them don’t seem to realize that this is a crime,” he added, ignoring the fact that the vast majority of sex crime in Sweden is committed by the nonwhite invaders.
In June 2016, a Swedish police report said that the country has the worst rates of sexual violence against women in all of Europe.