Europe Take Note: ‘Refugees’ Molest Russian Women, Get Throttled by Russian Men and Thrown in Prison

Europe Take Note: ‘Refugees’ Molest Russian Women, Get Throttled by Russian Men and Thrown in Prison

Russia has the world’s best “migrant” policy

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Watching the chaos in France, Germany, the U.K. and Sweden unfold, we’re honestly amazed that common sense hasn’t triumphed yet over obtuse political correctness.

Bullied into submission by their incompetent leaders, Scandinavians and Western Europeans watch silently as waves of “refugees” with no intentions of cultural assimilation hold an entire continent hostage.

This would never be acceptable in Russia.

It’s been a year since we first reported this jewel of Russian justice, but it’s worth rehashing for educational purposes:

We can’t speak for Europe, but in Russia, molesting women in public places is not advisable.

A group of approximately 50 “refugees” who were deported from Norway for bad behavior decided to partake in a bit of groping at a Murmansk nightclub.

Being Russia, the results were predictable:

The refugees allegedly groped and harassed women in a similar manner as the assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. A group of male Russians took them aside to “educate” them that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.”

The refugees tried to flee but were quickly captured by the Russians. 


They then took them out to the street and gave them a beating they will remember. Police arrived to break up the fight but locals report that they threw a few punches at the refugees before arresting 33 of them. Eighteen refugees were in such bad condition they had to be taken to hospital.


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