Swedish Migrant Charged with Raping a 3-Year-Old Girl and Giving Her an STD
A Swedish migrant is being charged with raping a 3-year-old girl and giving her a sexually transmitted disease (STD) during the depraved act.
The migrant is a 32-year-old man originally from the African country of Eritrea whose name is currently being withheld from the public due to Swedish privacy laws. He lives in the Sundbyberg Municipality north of Stockholm and has been in the country since 2010 and is an Eritrea national.
Authorities have determined that the rape took place in either January or February of this year, and the little girl became infected with the STD following the assault. After it was determined that she had the STD, the alleged Eritrean perpetrator tested positive for the same disease as well.
The migrant has been interrogated by police, who say that the man is denying that he committed the crime. Even though he has been living in Sweden for a decade, he still cannot speak the native language and apparently has not assimilated to his new culture.
This brutal child rape occurred despite the fact that Swedish authorities have poured significant resources into teaching migrants that rape is wrong.
Big League Politics has reported on how the Swedish government had to create a website to inform the incoming invaders that rape is bad:
The Swedish government is in the process of developing a website for teaching African and Middle Eastern migrant about consensual sex.
“The government is now pushing SEK 5 million to the Ministry of Youth and Civil Affairs (MUCF),” says Swedish site Friatider. “The money will include the further development of youmo.se, the government’s sex information site in Dari, Arabic and Somali.”
Lessons on the site include teaching the definition of rape.
“To do something sexually with someone who does not want it is a sexual abuse”, it says.
“You need protection against pregnancy if you do not want the intercourse to lead to a pregnancy,” the site continues. “You may also need protection against sexually transmitted diseases.”
According to the government, the site is not just for migrants, but also fro those who work with migrants when they arrive in Sweden.
“The mission includes expanding the information on youmo.se, expanding skills-enhancing efforts for professionals who meet young new arrivals, as well as providing long-term skills supply for professionals through the development of web-based education,” the Swedish government says.
Sweden is being enriched hard by diversity and multiculturalism after opening their doors up to the third-world.