Norway: 3-Year-Old Boy Raped at Asylum Center

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 17, 2016

Little Boys: It's what Pakis crave!
Little Boys: It’s what Pakis crave!

This is not a race war article. This is hajis raping their own little boy. Probably they’re from Pakistan or Afghanistan, where 3-year-old boys are universally preferred over teenage girls.

Seriously, look it up. It’s called Bacha Bazi.

It’s their culture, and it’s vibrant as all hell.

Daily Mail:

A three-year-old refugee has allegedly been raped at an asylum centre in Norway’s Stavanger, the country’s third largest city.

Local police is investigating reports that the boy, whose nationality has not been disclosed, was sexually abused in the common area of Forus Akuttinnkvartering centre.

Authorities from the southwestern city were called to probe the incident on January 6 at around 10pm.

‘We have no suspects yet,’ police superintendent Bjørn Kåre Dahl told local newspaper Stavanger Aftenblad, as reported by The Local.

‘We are investigating the case as if the worst thing has happened and that we are talking about the rape of a child’.

Dahl did not rule out that there could be several perpetrators. ‘We will investigate further to find out what happened. If it is what we fear – a rape – then this is very serious. But we do not know for certain yet,’ he said.

The boy, who has been taken to the rape crisis clinic with his mother and then to the children’s ward at Stavanger University Hospital, has been questioned by authorities along with several other people.

‘We also had crime technicians on the site. Material was sent to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health for analysis. There, they will look for DNA among other things,’ he said.

‘We had many people at work, both sanitation workers and security guards, but nobody saw anything. But we immediately took the case to the police, as is the routine, and they came out. We have had a good dialogue with them throughout,’ he said.

The Forus centre hosts some 800 asylum-seekers.

A spokesman for the centre said they received a phone call about the incident but they did not see or hear anything.

The alleged incident took place after Norway announced it was offering non-European asylum-seekers classes in Western sexual norms, in an attempt to prevent violence against women.

I guess you’re going to have to add a chapter on “why you shouldn’t gang-rape a little boy you find in a public place.”

How are these vulnerable innocents, escaping the brutal civil war in Pakistan, supposed to know not to gang-rape a little boy if no one tells them they shouldn't?
How are these vulnerable innocents, escaping the brutal civil war in Pakistan, supposed to know not to gang-rape a little boy if no one tells them they shouldn’t?

We just need to let them know the rules, then they’ll fully integrate.

A group of White men would also gang-rape a little boy if no one told them not to – we know this because race doesn’t exist, so every race would necessarily act the same way in the same situation.

Linda Hagen of Hero, a private company that runs 40 percent of Norway’s reception centres for refugees, explained that the aim is to help asylum-seekers ‘avoid mistakes as they discover Norwegian culture’.

‘There’s no single cultural code to say what is good or bad behaviour because we want a free society,’ she said.

‘There has to be tolerance for attitudes that may be seen as immoral by some traditional or religious norms.’

But surely we have to uphold our own culture, which says that behaviors such as those we saw at Cologne, or, for instance, raping a 3-year-old boy are “bad behaviors”?

I mean, the governments have already admitted there is no way to stop these behaviors. But we should at least be able to say we think they are “bad,” right?

A gang-rape of a 3-year-old boy is not only sick, it is also absurd.

Enriching your culture.
Enriching your culture.

Seriously, what kind of people are these?

Imagine in any other context you hear about a public gang-rape of a 3-year-old boy. You’re going to be like “what the hell, are you serious – who would do that?”

But in this situation, the line instead is “ah, well, you know, it’s their culture, we just need to inform them they’re not supposed to do that, and anyway we cannot judge because they don’t all rape little boys.”

Something is very wrong here.