Sweden has unveiled its latest attempt to stay the rising sexual offenses of young women. They, like the rest of Europe, are suffering from a rise of rape and public molestation. Most of this can be attributed to the rise in Muslim immigrants.
They unveiled this plan to the public.
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The press release announced that police intend to equip young women with wristbands with the slogan “don’t touch me”. This will happen over the summer, at festivals and other events for young people. “By wearing these wristbands,” Sweden’s police chief said, “young women will be able to make a stand."
It is unclear how effective the wristbands, which read “don’t touch me” in Swedish, will be in preventing attacks, as the majority of sex attack perpetrators are thought to be recent migrants who are unlikely to be able to read them.
Let’s give the chief the benefit of the doubt. Let’s assume that these offenders could read the bands. They see the words, “don’t touch me,” and what? Are they frozen by the words? What happens in the attacker's mind that will suddenly cause him not to do what he intended?
This is another foolish sign of the humanists failure to understand humans. The problem is not that these people do not know that their actions are wrong. The problem is that they do know and do not care. They like all people were born with a wicked heart. No form or amount of education will change this behavior.
And to cover up this fatal flaw in their, thinking they cover up attacks and seek to “educate” offenders. And now wristbands that pronounce what the offender already knows he should not be doing.
We will see how this works as the summer festivals begin in Sweden.
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