This is an excellent interview, delivering the needed backdrop to the current Muslim gang-rape (grooming) crisis in Oulu Finland…
Media cover up: Middle Eastern men groom and rape girls as young as 10 in Finland
Earlier Voice of Europe reported on the rape of a young girl by several migrant men. UUnfortunately, this is not an isolated case, as more young girls are groomed and abused by asylum seekers from the Middle East and Africa.
Most asylum seekers in Finland and Oulu are Iraqi, Somali and Afghan, so the odds are all of them are of those groups. The names are mostly generic Muslim names.
While media and politicians at first preferred to cover up the sickening abuse, Voice of Europe spoke to Tiina Wiik, who’s fiancé had a big role in exposing the grooming cases.
-What is happening at the moment in Finland and why did the police warn?
We have Finland’s first grooming gang case in the city of Oulu, and it’s a part of a larger crime wave by migrants.
Asylum seeker sex crimes are nothing new in the general sense, but what makes the Oulu situation different is that there are so many assailants and crimes in one city in a short time. And Oulu isn’t that big a city, 200 000 residents.
The police told children and parents be wary and actually said it’s foreign men who usually don’t speak Finnish who do this.
The case with seven arrested (police say more arrests will likely come) resembles the UK grooming gang cases: migrant men had abused a 10 year-old girl, and the crimes have happened between June and November 2018.
During the night of 16 November there were two separate sex crimes by migrants. In one a migrant forced 13- and 14- year-olds to perform oral sex, and the other was rape. These were different assailants in all crimes, but according to the police they know each other. There was also a rape of a young woman for which a migrant was incarcerated on 20 November.
The police warning was about all these migrant men looking for victims on social media. The police told children and parents be wary and actually said it’s foreign men who usually don’t speak Finnish who do this.
-How did this come into publicity?