H/T: Robert Spencer:
Journalist: The Swedish government has betrayed its girls and women in appeasing Muslim migrants
“The study shows that more than 95 percent of assault violence in Sweden is committed by men of foreign descent.”
And yet instead of naming and prosecuting these men, Swedish authorities devote their efforts to covering this up. The Swedish government has betrayed its people. Yet the people for the most part don’t yet seem to have noticed.
“The state should be sentenced for violation of the Istanbul Convention: A betrayal of Sweden’s girls and women,” translated from “Staten bör ställas till svars för brott mot Istanbulkonventionen: Ett svek mot Sveriges flickor och kvinnor,” by Katerina Janouch, February 25, 2018:
The Swedish state violates the Istanbul Convention, which Sweden signed in 2011, and which came into force in 2014. According to the Istanbul Convention (Article 5.2.), States that accede to the Convention have a responsibility to take the necessary legislative and other measures to prevent, investigate, punish and prosecute violent acts covered by the Convention and committed by non-state actors. As it is now, this does not happen in Sweden. Instead, the sharp increase in crime and sexual offenses causes enormous suffering for the country’s girls and women, and threatens the entire life and health of the Swedish population. Additionally, honor-related violence is increasing. Sweden has failed to protect those whom they undertook to protect. Therefore, they must be held responsible.