Coo-Coo Ka Choo, Mrs. Robinson?
Here is a denial for ‘analysis.’
A few points first, however. These are general points and do not impact the language of any of the parties.
Sweden lists Islamic males as “youths” if they say “I am under 18” regardless of how they appear. Most say they are 16 because they have learned:
a. It takes time to process, so they do not want to turn 18 by the time processing (one year) is complete
b. They get more money their hands did not earn for bring under 18
c. They have access to teenaged girls in schools. The sexual assaults in Swedish high schools mirrors its rape epidemic. They admit 1 in every 4 European woman is raped. Please consider what you have learned here about the impact of rape, through victims’ language, and then consider your wife, daughter and mother. Swedish men, castigated for being male for over a generation, do not know how to protect women, and the non-sentences, light sentences, and even victim blaming , including “racist”, “Islamophobia” and even “you should not dress that way!” has come from its feminist leadership. This combines to affirm the teaching of Islam that their males are “superior” to the “kuffar” (unbeliever) and allows them to fulfill the Koranic teaching on rape of infidel women.
Many of these males have been found to be from their early 20’s up to early 30’s, of whom more than a few have traveled extensively throughout Europe, collecting “infidel money” as they go along. Some have even posted their travels on Facebook.
When found out to be adult, Sweden has either refused to cut their welfare benefits, or taken minimal action, including refusing to deport racists because “we are citizens of the world, not Sweden” and “Swedish women are not more important than Somali women.”
Here, we find the “youths” making one claim, with Mrs. Robinson making another, followed by…
“Let’s go to the video tape!” for the results.
Remember: a Reliable Denial has 3 components. If it has more than 3 or less than 3, it is no longer reliable.
1. The pronoun “I”
2. Past tense verb
3. Allegation answered.
Therefore, “never” is not reliable, though it may be true if asked, “Ever…?” but not by itself.
I do not know if this was spoken in English or Swedish.
Please note the quote, attributed to both victims, which makes an important reference in understanding the overall context. The matron is caught lying and the two that had sex with her, reveal their own understanding.
The example is good for basic analysis, but there is something else here that might be easily missed…
The matron of a shelter for unaccompanied child migrants in Sweden has been accused by two Afghani teenagers of forcing them to have sex with her on a number of occasions. The boys say she used a combination of threats and promises to entice them into sexual relations with her.
The two boys, Omid and Tariq, both in their late teens, arrived in Sweden last November and were placed in an unregistered migrant shelter in central Sweden. But according to the boys, the manager of that shelter forced them into sexual relations with her “four or five times,
” threatening them with deportation if they did not go through with the acts, the Eskilstuna Courier
She is said to have told them: “If you do not have sex with me, I’ll call the Migration Board to report you,” and “I’ll ruin your case and have you expelled.” She is also said to have plied them with toiletries and clothes in a bid to bribe them into having sex with her.
The acts are said to have taken place at a hotel and also at the manager’s home, where she gave them alcohol. “She said ‘it’s good if you drink alcohol before sex. I like that’,” one of the boys told the paper, adding that he didn’t drink the alcohol as he doesn’t like it.
At times the boys say they were forced to have sex with the woman together, while at others, Omid had intercourse with her while Tariq filmed it. The recordings have been seen by the Courier, which has verified that sex acts can be seen taking place in the film. The boys have reported that she did not mind them filming the events, telling them that when they missed her they could watch the films.
They have also alleged that she brought other women from the neighbourhood to have sex with them.
Both of the boys are reported to have been deeply upset by the events, not least as sex before marriage is considered sinful in Afghanistan and can carry a death penalty. “If they found out about what happened in our homeland Afghanistan, we would be stoned to death,” they told the paper.
But they are also upset that no help was forthcoming from the authorities, despite the boys reporting what had taken place to both social services and the police.
“The manager forced us and used us for sex. She knew that neither the social services or the police would help us,” they said.
Omid says he is now suffering from depression, and both boys have expressed a wish to live with relatives in Sweden and resume schooling. “We just want to relax and live in peace. But we are afraid. Very afraid,”
When contacted by the Courier the manager denied the charges, saying: “It’s lies. It never happened. There is so much mudslinging in this business.”
Note not only the passivity involved, but the tangent. Note the missing pronoun “I” as well.
Upon being shown the films of the sex taking place she accused the boys of blackmail, asking :“Why would someone agree to the filming of something that is forbidden?”
The showing of the film is to raise the question, “Did you lie?” with the obvious. The answer is a question, itself, which also seeks to change the topic (deflection).
The home has now been closed by the authorities while police investigate the matter.