This could almost as easily have happened in the U.S. One of my early posts at this blog is on why women don’t call the police and, of course, it is for all the reasons that you see in previous blogs, such as the one with videos of a young German girl describing her experience trying to report sexual assault by Muzzies to the police there. They laugh at you. They ignore you. But, if you get them to take you seriously, you run the risk of being charged with a crime yourself.
This is what happened to a young girl in Denmark: http://www.tvsyd.dk/artikel/brugte-peberspray-ved-overfald-17-aarig-sigtes-formentlig She used pepper spray to fend off a dark-skinned, male attacker who was trying to remove her clothing while she was trying to walk down a street. There are not enough details to this story, so we don’t know how the police found out about the attack. We are left to presume that she dutifully went to the police station and reported it like a good citizen. She has been charged under the firearms law there. Yes, apparently, pepperspray is a “firearm” in Denmark. And, she will likely be fined and could go to jail for three months.
This is why if you ever have to defend yourself, weigh heavily reporting anything to the police or even telling anyone you know! Unfortunately, for very young girls for whom this is a first-time experience, they don’t yet know how hated they are, how everyone around them will blame them, and will possibly do things to cause more trouble for them. This is a lesson we all learn the first time we are sexually assaulted, even when we successfully fight off the attacker. And no matter how violent the attack, we will be told that we wanted it, we asked for it, we’re sluts, and so on.
I went through this after successfully fighting off a violent sex attacker. (One who had targeted me because I, “slut” that I am, was trying to enjoy a cup of coffee and a book at a nice little coffee shop, and did not like it when the attacker’s friend sat down next to me and tried to talk to me. For not being “friendly” enough, I was targeted for violence by the two of them.) But, I didn’t go to the police. I already knew not to do that from earlier experiences. What happened to this attacker was that he attacked another woman who worked where I worked (she showed up with bruises all over her legs and hips) and a couple of male staff members there took it upon themselves to – I will just say this – take matters into their own hands. (I was working at a small club in a little, trendy town, at that time, and it is not unusual for the night club security to take their job of protecting the dancers very seriously. It’s business: If the dancers can’t work because they’re being beaten up and sexually assaulted, this means disappointed customers and closed doors. I used to hear a lot from night club security in many different locales, in general, that they couldn’t believe some of the things they saw – things that were just every day occurrences to me and to most women.)
This is the only kind of justice you will likely ever see if you are the victim of an attack like this. Also, I have told this story to people, years later and far away from the incident, who were disgusted at the “vigilante” justice. That was just wrong of me, they said. But, of course, it wasn’t my idea. Some men – back when we still had a couple of those lying around – took it upon themselves to do what everyone knew the police (our worst enemy, collectively) would not do. If you are the victim (or even nearly a victim of a sexual assault), you will always be blamed – always.
The attacker in the case in Denmark will likely never be found, but the whole lot of them are just as guilty. If any of those men met with some tragic “accident,” it would be a start.
Not only are the police typically unsympathetic and, at worst, dangerous to women and girls who report crimes against themselves, they are absolutely useless in cases where there is a crime taking place, due to their cowardly natures.
This is epitomized by this story from Russia Today, https://www.rt.com/news/330180-police-violent-refugees-sweden/, which reports that the police in Sweden fled from “migrants” in a refugee asylum center. Now, frankly, I cannot even begin to imagine this. Even the police in the U.S. aren’t this cowardly. They might kill the hostages or throw a little cyanide in and kill all the little children they claim they are there to rescue. But, they would never fail to apprehend the bad guys. I can’t think of a single instance where this has occurred.
The cops were dispatched to this center to transfer a little, 10-year old boy who was being repeatedly raped by the “migrants” at this refugee center to another facility because the staff members were unable to complete this undertaking on their own due to the migrants’ “hostile attitude.” It is unclear from the article if the police succeeded in doing so before they shamefully retreated in fear and defeat.
How would you like to count on these cops to rescue you from an attack by a gang of men – or even a single man- at your home or on the street, where you are not allowed to have an actual weapon to defend yourself and if you use anything at all in your own self-defense and the cops find out about it YOU are going to be the one in trouble?
Maybe some more limp-wristed, white dudes can tell us all again how we don’t need firearms to protect ourselves – and here in the U.S. that “only cops should have guns” – and how “where one lives is a human right.” I heard that last line from a German candy pants I was dating just about right before I bought a plane ticket out of there!