They rather suffer than being called “racist”

Stop the boats until this is sorted!

Andrew Bolt

AN Afghan refugee who argued cultural differences led him to rape a drunken girl has won a bid to appeal against a 14-year jail term.

If Afghan men have a culture which leaves them more likely to rape, and our courts have a culture of being more lenient as a consequence, I suggest Australian women have an interest in stopping the boats until we get this sorted out:

Esmatullah Sharifi, 31, … pleaded guilty at separate hearings to raping a teen on December 19 [2008] and a woman, 25, on Christmas Eve. He’s been granted leave to appeal against the sentence for raping the teen…

Granting leave to appeal, Court of Appeal Justice Robert Redlich said: “The sentencing judge rejected any suggestion (Sharifi) didn’t have a clear concept of consent in sexual relations…”

But he said the 18-year-old victim had found there were “aspects of his conduct that were strange” because Sharifi treated her like a “willing participant”.

He noted that Sharifi, who came to Australia on a temporary protection visa in 2001, also drove her home.

“It proves, in my view, an adequate basis for most grounds of appeal that (Sharifi) wishes to pursue,” the judge said…

But in his sentencing remarks, Judge Mark Dean said Sharifi had gone hunting for vulnerable, drunken women to rape. 

I wonder how those two women feel about the failure to stop the boats and enforce our own cultural norms.


One thought on “They rather suffer than being called “racist””

  1. Please, oh great and learned judges, can we not play these stupid word games. Uncovered infidel women are simply begging to be raped – just ask the Skaf brothers and Sheik Cats Meat himself, they’ll soon tell you. Australia is actually an Islamic country (Sheik Cat’s Meat again!) so Kaffur women are just war booty anyway, to be used by the mighty men of Islam, in any way they please. If Australians are going to keep allowing people who hate and despise them, unassimilable people who just want access to the benefits of a first world country, to enter their country at will, and to stay permanently – well, surely its pretty obvious what will happen?

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