France, Sweden, Germany and other European nations are on a path to legalize rape committed by migrants because it’s “their culture.”
In short, rapes by migrants are downplayed as “cultural misunderstandings” and thus the victims never receive justice, meaning that “de facto” rape legalization is, for the most part, already in place.
For example, a German judge recently acquitted a Turkish drug dealer of rape despite believing “every word” of the 23-year-old victim’s accusation because, according to the judge, what the victim “had experienced as rape,” including having her head shoved between two bed posts after she said no, might be “culturally” considered “wild sex” in Turkey.
“The prosecutor admitted that the acquittal must have been a heavy blow to the victim,” reported the Märkische Allegemeine, translated from German. “On the other hand a conviction was not possible because there was no demonstrated intent of rape [by the accused.]”
Even more, the Turkish man claimed that because he wouldn’t have committed a rape because he had a mother and a sister.
“The leftist narrative has indoctrinated German natives so strongly that their inclusive multicultural respect and bureaucratic conformism is even able to warp what is beyond doubt rape into an offensive cultural question, a question both a legal authority and the sexually assaulted woman answered yes to,” remarked Damian Black with Return of Kings. “Nothing was hidden, nothing concealed; all evidence was confirmed and understood, only to be disregarded as an ethnic misunderstanding.”
This isn’t just limited to Germany, however. As I reported in April, a Muslim in Sweden avoided jail for anally raping a teenager because he “couldn’t understand no,” according to the Hovrätten (royal court) of Western Sweden.
The court sided with the migrant even further by suggesting the girl’s repeated “no” only pertained to forced anal sex, which the judges somehow did not consider rape.
And as I also reported in February, a Swedish court sentenced a Muslim migrant to only two months in jail after being convicted of anally raping a 13-year-old girl.
He was also ordered to pay the equivalent of just $2800 in compensation to the victim.
This is a real rape culture taking place in Europe, but don’t expect American feminists to take much notice.