“We can’t prove that the child said ‘no’.”

No, this isn’t a story from Sweden… though it sure sounds like it should be.  There was a story back in June, about an Iraqi migrant brutally raping a 10 year old boy at a swimming pool in Austria, because he hadn’t had sex in a few months and it was a “sexual emergency”. The migrant was given a typically lenient sentence, and I assumed that would be the last I would hear about it. After all, there are plenty of other migrant rape cases going on, that there is no point dwelling on one from the past. So it came as a big surprise to see this story come up again, many months later. What isn’t surprising however, is that the story has managed to make me lose even more faith in humanity than I already had.

From Metro (UK)

An Iraqi migrant who raped a schoolboy in a swimming pool has had his sentence overturned – because the court didn’t prove if he knew that the child said no.

Oh boy…


This won’t end well at all.

The attacker, who has been identified as 20-year-old Amir A, was visiting Theresienbad pool in Vienna in December as part of an integration process.

“Amir A”

They won’t even reveal this animal’s full name. He’ll not only escape consequences for what he already did, but he’ll be anonymous and free to prey upon… um sorry, I mean, find more “consenting” 10 year old boys to brutally sodomise against their will.

However, he violently sexually assaulted a 10-year-old boy in the changing room, claiming it was a ‘sexual emergency’ because he had not had sex for a while.

Instead of masturbating, or finding a prostitute, his solution to his “sexual emergency” was to grab a 10 year old child and brutally rape him.

You can understand why the court is going easy on him, right?


On Friday, an appeal court accepted the defence lawyer’s claim that the lower court had not done enough to ascertain whether or not the rapist had registered that the boy said no.

He must not have been able to hear the child’s screams, or see all the blood coming from his anus. Also apparently, 10 year old children are old enough to consent to sex in Austria, and it isn’t considered statutory rape. I never knew that.

We now know a place where Gary Glitter can go to spend his last few years if he lives long enough to finish his current sentence.

The child, who is still being treated for a post-traumatic stress disorder, suffered severe anal injuries and required urgent treatment at a local children’s hospital.

If you still support this current ongoing invasion of Europe after reading this and believe that you have the moral high ground, then there is something very wrong with you. This insanity needs to end. We need to keep these monsters out.

The victim, Goran, was an immigrant from the Balkans who grew up in Austria with his Serbian mother.

Following the incident, Amir A, who had worked in Iraq as a taxi driver, went back into the pool and was using the diving board when police turned up.

He didn’t even try to flee the scene of the crime. I can’t tell if that’s a testament to his stupidity, or the idea that he genuinely didn’t think he’d done anything wrong. Either way, this animal is not compatible with the civilised world.

He confessed to the rape stating that he knew it was wrong but did it anyway because he had not had sex for four months.

Oh never mind, he did understand that what he did was wrong. He just didn’t care.

He was found guilty of serious sexual assault and rape of a minor and was sentenced to six years in jail.

Just six years for brutally assaulting and undoubtedly, mentally scarring for life, a 10 year old child. Even if the sentence had stuck, it would be disgracefully inadequate.

However, the Supreme Court has now lifted the verdict and ordered a re-execution of the proceedings.

According to The Local, Supreme Court President Thomas Philipp said that although the verdict was ‘watertight’ with regard to the serious sexual abuse of a juvenile, the written verdict on the second indictment, rape, cannot be sufficiently proved.

First of all, you would think it would be pretty easily proven, just from looking at the boy’s injuries. Do you really think anybody would consent to endure that? Second of all, even if the boy was “up for it”, he’s still only 10 years old. At the very least, it’s statutory rape.

According to the court, the initial trial should have ascertained whether the offender had thought that the victim agreed with the sexual act and whether he had the intention to act against the will of the boy.


He obviously knew.

In the second legal process, which is expected to take place in 2017, a new sentence must be imposed.

The 20-year-old will remain in custody until then.

At which point, he’ll probably be acquitted and compensated for “having his human rights breached” by being kept in custody for so long, or something.

Goodbye Austria.

4 thoughts on ““We can’t prove that the child said ‘no’.”

  1. This stuff happens in your country too. They make victims of the rapists. You cant bring change about in a country youre not in but you can in your own. Maybe start looking at the cases where you live.
    One of your recent posts spoke of WW3(which actually some argue was the cold war) and you seemed genuinely bothered by the concept…now imagine living in a country where war is reality or the threat of war is reality. That fear is what people in certain parts of the world are feeling right now. If you don’t know what that fear is, its the fear of dying, or of loved ones dying. Its the fear of being thrown into slums when you do get to another country. Slums where murder, robberies and rape is rampant. Stop lumping immigrants into the one “horrible rapist men” group. People are capable of disgusting, cruel acts no matter where they are from, their gender or their religion. Stop generalising and buying into this right wing attitude youve adopted and educate yourself.
    Oh and Trump….wow. Do you not see what an ignorant fool he is? Clinton is a monster and they pick him to run against her?! No winners in that election, he is just enough of a clown to distract people from her own misgivings. Crazy dangerous people.


    • First of all, I’m genuinely surprised to see you comment. Didn’t expect to hear anything from you ever again.

      Second of all, you already know that I have absolutely no problem with legal immigration, regardless of the origin of the people involved. Or at least, I thought you would have known that. If people have the ability to contribute, and the respect for the way of life within their new host nation, I care not what their skin colour, religion, country of origin etc. is. They’re quite welcome as far as I’m concerned.

      I’m also well aware of the fact that people are capable of horrible acts no matter what demographic they are. But I’m also of the belief that a country is a reflection of the people who inhabit it, and some countries clearly have certain problems occur at a much higher rate than others. I don’t believe that simply moving these people to a new country en masse will change those people. Instead, those people will change the country. Again, let me stress that I have no issue with controlled immigration, of suitable individuals, but having millions of people pouring in at the same time isn’t controlled, and this is what has led to these problems in Europe. I have “educated myself”, and the conclusions I’ve come to are what I speak about now.

      I do acknowledge the problem with war, but as I’ve already covered, many people aren’t even coming from warzones. For every “Syrian” or “Libyan” or whatever there are about four or five others coming from countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, and various sub-saharan African countries which are taking advantage of this situation. That’s not to mention the fact that many geographically and culturally closer countries in the Middle East and Africa are being bypassed and ignored in favour of Europe. When safe countries are reached and they keep on going, it stops being about fleeing a war, and it then becomes for economic reasons.

      I don’t believe that European people should suffer the consequences under those circumstances. That, and I don’t see how it’s even physically possible to deal with. There are literally 100s of millions of people, between Africa and the Middle East who would want to come live in Europe. Where does it end? I cannot see any logical reason why people can bypass (or even originally come from) safe countries on their way to Europe, claim they’re fleeing a war, and that it somehow becomes a moral imperative for us to take care of them. If they’re leaving safe countries, they aren’t in danger, but taking millions of them in, is putting citizens in our own countries in danger.


      • How can a country be a reflection of the people who inhabit it when the people arent even in control of it? Can you expect people to integrate if they are met with stereotypes and racism in their host country?


  2. I’m saying that a country’s culture, values and belief system is a reflection of its people, because it is the people who make a country what it is. For example, while it wouldn’t be fair to say that every single Muslim person is homophobic and believes that women should be subservient to men, it is a fact that most, if not all Muslim majority countries show severe persecution of gay people and oppression of women. I don’t believe it’s just some weird coincidence that this is so, and from looking at numerous surveys conducted on attitudes regarding Sharia Law, suicide bombings, homosexuality, the position of women, etc, it only reinforces my belief that the reason why is because these positions are supported by the majority in these countries.



    Conversely, America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are culturally much closer to European values and beliefs, because they were founded by European people and are still have a majority population of European descent who continue to implement these values. By bringing in millions of people from Muslim majority countries in which certain values are common place, we’re seeing these values being brought to Europe, because they take their values with them. Europe doesn’t change the people coming in. The people coming in change Europe.



    Again let me stress, I didn’t say all are like this and I have absolutely no problem with carefully vetting and allowing some in who are able to integrate and assimilate. I don’t see that happening though if we do it by the millions. We’re only setting ourselves up to be conquered and eliminated. If we’re already seeing the problems we’re seeing now when the numbers are what they are, can you imagine how bad it will get when the ratio shifts in their favour?


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