August 08, 2018

Sudanese refugee rapes woman in “sanctuary city” of Hull, UK

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Hull was last year named a "City of Sanctuary" for refugees — and this week we learned that a Sudanese refugee living in the city was imprisoned for 16 years following a rape and attempted rape of two young women.

In court, he admitted his guilt easily, claiming “Yes, why not?”

The BBC reported on the story, but I noticed they missed out a lot of importance factors in this case.

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commented 2018-08-09 01:35:53 -0400
Hey Ezra! “news” stories like this are about to get The Rebel purged from the main Internet giants. It may well be a fact that dark-skinned refugees, or Islamic immigrants, are committing sex crimes at a higher rate than are other men. A serious journalist would did up such facts. The Rebel appears guilty of racial bias in crime reporting. One could select any ethnic group and run sensational stories about every time one of their members are accused of a crime. This creates an perception that this ethnic group is prone to criminal behaviour even if the stories were the product of deliberate cherry picking. This is sleazy, creepy-ass, hackneyed yellow journalism and you should stop it. If there is some criminological basis underlying this slanted reporting then produce it. Otherwise, The Rebel is toast.
commented 2018-08-08 19:21:39 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 35,808 Attacks, 232,181 Killed, 312,011 Injured that we know of
commented 2018-08-08 18:51:57 -0400
There was a time the reply is punishable by yeah… The deterrent should not only fit the crime but should be slightly greater.!!!
commented 2018-08-08 16:22:19 -0400
Well put.

Instead of wasting funds bringing them to the UK, send money there to help them. It would be cheaper and would not bring in people who do not speak the language, uneducated and can’t find a job, permanently on welfare, incompatible culture, and refuse to integrate or accept the laws of their new home. It would be cheaper not only by sending funding but with the social costs to the people of the UK.

Lilly Allen learned the hard way: