Last Monday, 22-year-old Alexandra Mezher was stabbed to death by a 15-year-old migrant at an asylum center.
“Mezher began working at an asylum center in the city of Molndal, helping unaccompanied minor migrants adapt to life in their adopted home,” The Washington Post writes. “She was killed by one of those young migrants.”
Mezher’s death served as a poignant reminder to the country’s politicians that the move to take in 163,000 asylum seekers of the Mid-East’s many proxy wars is full of risks or maybe just plain stupid.
There have been hundreds of reported sexual assaults across the bloc this month and so far, the “best” solution officials can come up with is a blame the victim strategy articulated by Cologne mayor Henriette Reker who suggested that it is German women’s responsibility to keep themselves from getting raped by staying an “arm’s length” away from would-be attackers and dressing in a way that does not upset the migrants Muslims.
17-Year-Old Girl Charged For Pepper Spraying “Rapefugee” In “World’s Best Country For Women”
This week we got another example of officials effectively blaming the victim, this time in Denmark where a 17 year old girl who used pepper spray on an assailant will be charged for deploying an illegal substance.
The alleged attack occurred “near an asylum center” and according to the girl, was perpetrated by an “dark-skinned English speaking man who knocked her down and started to undress her.”
She was later warned by police that the pepper spray she used on him was illegal for private citizens to possess, and that she would face charges.
“Numerous readers wrote in the comments section on TV Syd’s story about the incident that they would be willing to pay the girl’s fine,” The Local says.
Meanwhile: The man who attacked the 17-year-old girl has not been charged.
According to the Copenhagen Post, more Danes are traveling to Germany to buy pepper spray than ever before.
“Sales have really exploded after the New Year and the attacks in Cologne,” an owner of a weapons store in the border town of Flensborg, said. “In January, we’ve had 50-60 percent more Danish customers than usual.”
You’ll recall that pepper spray sales are off the charts in Germany since the attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve as are Google searches for the weapon.