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New study - majority of rapists in Sweden from migrant background

 
 
A new study by Sweden's Lund University, the oldest in the country, shows that a majority of convicted rapists in Sweden are from a migrant background.  First and second generation migrants comprised a total of 59.3% of convicted rapists in the country, and 47.8% of rapists were born abroad.  34.2% pf rapists were on some form of government welfare program.
 
An earlier study by Malmo University that focused only on rapes in Malmo, Sweden's second largest city, found that 71% of convicted rapists there were from a migrant background.   All of this comes at a time that rape, once a rare crime in Sweden, has mushroomed.
 
 
 
Here in the US, the Biden regime has greatly expanded the number of self-styled refugees it plans to bring into the country, with very little vetting.





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( February 27th, 2021 @ 7:20 am )
 
Could we imagine ANY university in the US even conducting such a study, much less releasing its results? Going against the grain of the left's political narrative is something they just don't do. It is good that academic freedom still exists in Sweden. It is a thing of the past here in the US. Not just one, but two Swedish universities researched this issue and released results even though the facts revealed are politically harmful to the left and center-left parties. In the US, the "political correctness" straight jacket, and especially the "woke" cult, which is political correctness on steroids, would simply not allow that to happen. Any professor thinking of conducting such a study would be afraid of being "cancelled".



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