European women are organising against migrant violence and the rape jihad

European women are organising against migrant violence and the rape jihad, by Voice of Europe.

They call themselves “The daughters of Europe” and they are starting to raise their voices. A number of different movements, not very well organised, are now seeing daylight around Europe, and these alternatives are now connecting with each other and growing stronger as a protest movement against the EU’s migration policies.

In February a new woman’s movement, the #120dB, was born in Germany. This movement is a protest against the huge influx of mostly male migrants with primitive values being admitted to Western European countries.

The Shield of Europe is another such movement, collecting members from Czechia, Slovakia, Germany, Austria, Serbia and Bulgaria. …

The mainstream media has been trying to hide away the facts about the rising numbers of sex crimes connected to migration, but as alternative media has grown stronger, details have reached the public. …

The #120dB movement has also been a reaction to how our “modern” and in its own eyes “feministic” societies are dealing with the fact that sexual crime and killings are rising with the rising numbers of men from Africa and Middle East. Afghanistan is one of the countries mainly overrepresented in gang rapes and rapes of boys (in Sweden 100% of gang rapes of boys were commit by Afghani asylum seekers).

But the media, in a anxious attempt to protect the perpetrators, have been unwilling to share the men’s description or ethnicity. …

The huge numbers of mostly male refugees in Germany, France, Austria, Sweden and Great Britain has contributed to a new kind of sexual assault, as well as, rising numbers of other violence, such as robberies, gang criminality and increasing problems with narcotics.

Speculation suggests that the west is now actually facing “Rape Jihad”, a tool used to degrade the country’s girls and women, thereby waging war against Western values, democracy and women’s liberation and freedom. …

It is time to speak plainly about imported crime and imported sexual offences, which forces us to change our way of living, and brings a daily harvesting of new victims.

hat-tip Stephen Neil