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Russians show how to respond to islamic harassment of women February 8, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, different religion, Ecumenism, General Catholic, Immigration, manhood, scandals, secularism, self-serving, Society, Tradition, true leadership.
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At least in Murmansk, which is, probably not coincidentally, a major naval base and headquarters of the Russian Northern Fleet.

So a group of islamists were booted out of Norway and tried their hand in Russia.  They did their usual Saturday night harassment of women.  From there, they got a much different response than they have in the West:

A group of 51 refugees were brutally assaulted outside a night club in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday.

The refugees had previously been ordered to leave Norway for “bad behavior” and tried their luck in Russia. What they didn’t realize when they went out clubbing in Murmansk is that Russians have less tolerance when it comes to sexual assault on local women than other European countries. [Is tolerance the right word? Or is it indifference, cowardice, etc?]

The refugees allegedly groped and harassed women in a similar manner as the assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. A group of male Russian took them aside to “educate” them that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.”

The refugees tried to flee but were quickly captured by the Russians. They then took them out to the street and gave them a beating they will remember. Police arrived to break up the fight but locals report that they threw a few punches at the refugees before arresting 33 of them. Eighteen refugees were in such bad condition they had to be take to the hospital. [And they arrested the muslims.  Somehow, that’s beautiful.]

So I’m curious, what do you think of this?  I totally reject the idea that Christians are supposed to be pacifists, but at the same time, I don’t think mob violence correlates very well with what Our Savior imparted to us.  No war has been declared, certainly, but perhaps that is due to the effeminate weakness of our leaders.  Perhaps there is a practical state of war between islam and the historic heart of Christendom, Europe (if not the entire Christian world).  If that is the case, can responses like this be justified?  And who gets to make that call, given the near total abrogation of duty by our properly constituted state authorities?

Of course, many of those being molested are probably not even Christian, as are many of those laying the beat downs.  But I think there is a growing sense that our culture is slipping away, if it’s not gone too far already, and some are starting to take extreme measures to stop the further descent into cultural chaos.  A couple of weeks ago a group of masked men in Sweden attacked a bunch of muslims in Stockholm.  A growing number of Europeans see this kind of militant response as justified, given that most of their political/economic/social elites refuse to recognize the growing sense of unease over the mass muslim invasion.  But given Europe’s history, this could get really ugly, really quickly.

But while I expect some interreligious conflict, particularly in Russia and Eastern Europe, I actually tend to think most of Western Europe will continue with virtually no practical, organized response to the muslim invasion.  There will be attacks and reprisals here or there, but, for the most part, the muslims will come in growing numbers, and basically no one will do much about it, even as muslims continue to impose more and more of their “culture” on their hosts.

There are some Europe-based readers who think I am too negative in this assessment, however.  Whatever happens, I guess I’m probably naively optimistic to hope that our leaders on this continent learn from it.

Comments

1. c matt - February 8, 2016

It raises some serious questions. I find the Russian acts more justified as it seemed to occur during the Muslim perps’ actions – immediate and by eyewitnesses. The Swede thing I am not so sure about (can’t really trust what I’m being told about it), seems they came in more after-the-fact, and not clear that they were witnesses, or even got the right people, seemed more a “collective punishment” type thing which I find less justifiable.

Tantumblogo - February 8, 2016

It was very much the latter. They attacked random targets in Sweden.

2. Paul Z - February 9, 2016

I agree with the treatment of the so called refugees by the Russians. They may find similar treatment in the USA.

3. camper - February 9, 2016

I think St. Thomas Aquinas would condemn the Russian action, but boy, those Mohammedans got what they deserved!

4. Elizabeth - February 11, 2016

While I cringe at mob justice, I admit that when I read about this, I smiled a little. Men being men, protecting women. Imagine that. It happening in Russia did not surprise me either. Russian men seem to not have been infected with wussism. As for here in the U.S., thankfully we’re armed. Men and women are armed, at least an awful lot of us are.


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