"They are driven by their curiosity"
Europe is heading for Sharia law, in which rape is the fault of the woman, ahead of schedule, as this story from Tundra Tabloids shows.
The school management refused to intervene when an African student molested girls in middle school with sexual advances. In the end the student raped a Swedish girl in a schoolyard bush, but despite the protests of the parents, the school management has decided that he will remain at the school.
It was a Saturday in October as the two girls visited a middle school in Alvesta. During the evening, they were accosted by two African students attending the same school.
The father of one of the most vulnerable girls had already last spring found out that one of the Africans involved had attacked his daughter with sexual advances and groping. Since then, the father brought a desperate struggle to get the school administration to do something about the situation at the school with a very high number of immigrant students.
– We had a meeting with the teacher and the assistant principal. The boys were not there, nor their parents, they can not speak Swedish. I told the headmaster that I wanted the police report it here but then she said that I need not to, that they would take care of it, he said today at Free Times.
– She said that “children are children and boys are boys, they are driven by their curiosity, and there is a lot happening in the body,” he continues.
School officials, however, chose not to do anything to increase security for the girls. Instead talking about the harassment, the deputy headmaster however gave a long explanation in which she stressed “human equality” and suggested, that the claims of the father, that he and the other parents’ concerns were due to prejudice and racial stereotypes.
– You shouldn’t divide them into us and them, there’s no such thing. We must keep this on an individual level, said the deputy head teacher during a meeting and then chose to let the two Africans go on as usual at the school.
Except they quite clearly do divide us into us and them.
Muslim defendants in rape cases have argued that they did what they did because the girls or women did not behave according to their cultural expectations. It's not the rape victims who suffer from stereotypes. It's the rapists.