Calling them “Non Men” concerts is misleading. They should be accurately labeled as “Non-MUSLIM Men” concerts because it is Muslim migrants who have been sexually assaulting and raping young girls and women at big concerts in Sweden. So just like the rules under sharia law, women will have to be separated from men at public events.
Independent (h/t Maurice) Sweden looks set to hold its first “women-only” music festival after a funding campaign reached its target of £47,000. Comedian Emma Knyckare suggested the idea after several large-scale music events in Sweden were blighted by multiple allegations of rape and sexual asasult (by Muslim men).
The organizers of Bravalla Festival in Norrkoping, Sweden, have confirmed that next year’s event will not go ahead after four reports of rape and 23 sexual assaults which allegedly took place on site. Organizers said: “Certain men (MUSLIMS)… apparently cannot behave. It’s a shame. We have therefore decided to cancel Bråvalla 2018.”
Daily Mail Five women say they were raped at Sweden’s biggest music festival – on the same weekend as a mob of ‘foreign youths’ sexually assaulted 35 females, one as young as 12 at another concert.
Alleged victims at the Bråvalla music festival told police groups of men attacked them while others complained that they were filmed while using the toilets. Two teenage girls said a man carried out a sex act in front of them.
As well as reports of rape at the festival, there was one report of attempted rape and 15 cases of sexual assault. Two of the victims, most of whom were girls under the age of 18, said a man masturbated in front of them, while others said they had been filmed while using the toilets.
Police spokesman Thomas Agnevik said: ‘If a crime is being committed obviously not enough has been done,’ he said. ‘Nobody should have to go to a concert and leave as a rape victim.’
But he added said that police are almost powerless to protect festival-goers, as most of the attacks happen among crowds of people and often after dark, making it is ‘very difficult’ for them to spot those responsible.
‘Two of the rapes happened in front of the stage in the crowd, another was in a tent and another in the public bathroom,’ he added.
Mumford and Sons said they would not play at the festival again until they receive assurances from police and organisers that they are doing something to combat ‘disgustingly high’ rates of reported sexual violence.
They said in a statement: ‘We’re appalled to hear what happened at the Bråvalla Festival last weekend. Festivals are a celebration of music and people, a place to let go and feel safe doing so. We’re gutted by these hideous reports.’
It comes after 35 girls aged between 12 and 17 reported being attacked at the ‘Party in the Park’ festival this weekend in Karlstad, Varmland County. Some of the alleged victims reported being ‘kissed and groped’ in scenes similar to the Cologne New Year attacks, in which dozens of women reported being assaulted.
Anti-rape charities in Sweden have accused festival organisers of failing to protect their guests. In 2016 the anti-rape charity Nattskiftet said in a statement: “Festival organisers must take this seriously. After quite some time, they’re on their way to understanding it. But very little is happening.”