Honour killing Islamic brutality Sweden

Sweden: Victim’s Mother Knew Daughter Was Victim of Honour Killing…….

As the Tundra Tabloids expected, the hapless girl who plunged to her death from the balcony of her family’s apartment in Sweden, was a victim of a honour killing.

“I couldn’t control my son’s anger. […] She wasn’t allowed to leave the classroom with other students and she wasn’t allowed to laugh.”

These brutal, premeditated murders by Muslims wanting to avenge their “so called honour” are very much the elephant in the room. The more Islam becomes a permanent fixture in western societies, the more common these types of murders will become. What a sad and very shocking way to meet one’s death. The poor mother tried to get help from the authorities, but since it involves immigrant Muslims, they (the swedish authorities) were not interested in trying to solve the problem.

Sadly, I just don’t see an end to this kind of phenomenon since Muslim immigration seems to be the preferred means in solving European states’ demographic problems, which are more a result of their failed socialist welfare state policies than anything else. More here. *L* KGS

2 Responses

  1. This tragic comedy continues to play itself out as the multicultural advocates feverishly continue to mix the ingredients for civil war. In the day ahead, we will only see more examples of what was previously unthinkable behaviour in our societies. It will only get worse as the multiculturalists and their enablers reap the seeds of what they have sown. It matters little whether the seeds were planted out of naiveté or maliciousness, the results will be the same. All that matters is that you allowed the seeds to be planted and nurtured. Harvest season is just beginning.

    Is it not ironic that those who fancy themselves as the ultimate champions of equality, feminism, and civil rights have brought this upon themselves?

    ‘You don’t know what you got until you lose it’ seems an appropriate thought for the day.

  2. People of conscience need to stand up for basic, universal human rights.

    Ellen R. Sheeley, Author
    “Reclaiming Honor in Jordan”

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