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The past few days in Sweden

Diversity is Death

This is the Muslim edition of Diversity is Death.

An Afghan murders his French sugar daddy:

The president of a pro-migrant association that delivered assistance to the homeless was found murdered at his home in Bretteville-en-Saire, east of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin (Manche), according to Actu.

Retired teacher and former director of Gonneville School, Jean Dussine, 63, was president of Itinérance, a group that helped vulnerable migrants. Dussine was found dead this morning at his home, believed to be beaten with an iron rod as he slept. Migrants, who Dussine was hosting, sounded the alarm when they found the educator’s dead body, according to Ouest France.

Since the brutal murder, a young twenty-year-old Afghan migrant, who Dussine had been housing, has been arrested and placed under local police custody.

Another story about an Afghan migrant but this time in Sweden:

A 20-year-old Afghan migrant is facing prosecution for allegedly raping a Swedish girl under the age of 15 whose family he had lodgings with.

The incident is said to have taken place during the night of April 13th earlier this year and involved the Afghan adult sexually abusing the young girl by performing various sexual acts on her over a period of around two hours.

One of the best ways to learn the glorious benefits of diversity is to have a Syrian refugee as a teacher in school:

According to classmates, a “teacher” with Syrian nationality from the Refugee Teachers Programme grabbed a pupil in the 6th grade by the neck and pressed him against the blackboard. The reason for this is said to have been that the student allegedly did not follow a command.

Surely, the Germans will react with the utmost consideration and mercy in the coming years. After all, they were superb role models in the previous century.

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