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Spain: Gang rapists released from prison chased out of public swimming pool
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Spain: Gang rapists released from prison chased out of public swimming pool


Swimming pools are popular attractions for foreign sex offenders (symbol picture). Photo: Dingolfing / pixabay / (CC0) Swimming pools are popular attractions for foreign sex offenders (symbolic picture).
Photo: Dingolfing / pixabay / (CC0)
Parsifal, August 23, 2018
 
A look at the multicultural paradise of Sweden and, more recently, Spain proves that rapists, if they fall under the category 'seekers of protection', do not have too much to fear in 'cosmopolitan' and 'colourful' countries.
There, five rapists sentenced to nine years in prison were released just a few months after the start of their nine-year prison sentence.
 

https://youtu.be/A6od-luyl3c
 
Swimmers recognized the rapists
And since, as is well known, the search for protection is not only combined with bathing fun in our country and the staring Nafri can more easily cope with his escape-related traumas in public baths when seeing local bikini beauties, these 'gentlemen' prefer to stay there.
On Saturday, for example, bathers recognized at least two of the rapists who had been released prematurely in the public swimming pool in Palomares del Río.
Angry citizens yelled at the men and forced them to move to another part of the sports centre and stay there until it was closed, Spanish media reported.
 
Wolf pack rapists boasted of videos of their rapes
Mayor Juana Caballero made a statement on Monday:
 
           'We will not allow Palomares del Río to become a haven for rapists or criminals'.
 
She said the local government would not allow anyone declared 'persona non grata' to use public places and raise concern.
The men are named after their Whatsapp group called 'La Manada' (the pack of wolves), in which they bragged about their actions and the video footage taken during the attack, reports the Swiss Morning Post.
 
The shocking incident and the slight punishment led to an outcry among the Spanish population and widespread protests.

https://youtu.be/Jww1lNzZTO4

Massive boom of migrants to the border fence of Ceuta
11 months ago

Massive boom of migrants to the border fence of Ceuta
Immigration of 'people willing to integrate', 'seeking protection' or 'skilled workers' - Ceuta



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69dAwUCXBg0
 
View the distorted faces.
This is not the immigration of people who want to integrate, seek protection or even experts (i.e. lawyers, doctors, or engineers), but the unleashed sediment of the black continent that is simply overrunning Europe.
A declaration of war with victorious faces.
Many of these men will continue to take what they want: from forcibly 'enriched' women to robbery, they will keep the population on their toes in the dream destination Germany.
 
Tens of thousands of Africans are still waiting for an opportunity to enter the EU.
If Europe is not finally turned into a fortress, everyone will soon cross the border like locusts.
Chancellor Merkel, who is committed to the UN Global Compact for Migration and the US resettlement programmes for the replacement of indigenous peoples, will welcome them all.
What other solution is there to save Europe ?
 
Look at all these refugees - we were told to accept these from Syria
They're from Africa ?

Syria is multiethnic, but has NO Negros !!!

UPDATE:
Spain steps on the brakes
After the Italian government, the socialist government in Spain had to realize that the uncontrolled waving in is probably not such a good idea after all.
After the enclaves of Melilla and especially Ceuta, located in North Africa, were once again forcibly stormed by Africans with the help of chainsaws, flamethrowers, quicklime and even excrements thrown at the officers of the 'Guardia Civil', it was decided to put an end to this constant siege.
 
The last 116 'protection-seeking' cultural enricher - rowdies are all being shipped back to Moroccan soil - a repatriation agreement from 1992 makes it possible.
This sends the long overdue signal:

'Don't even try it, we're just sending you back!'

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