As reports of mass molestation and assaults by refugees continue to surface, the general response among those in Western Europe has been to kindly educate said refugees on acceptable behavior and to warn law abiding citizens against provocation.
Apparently, Russia didn’t get the memo.
When a group of 51 refugees were expelled from Norway for “bad behavior,” they decided to make their way to Russia. What they didn’t know is that the Russian system of justice is seemingly far less tolerant and far more painful than that of their European neighbors.
After groping and harassing several women at a nightclub in Murmansk, the group of refugees was taken aside by a few Russian men and informed that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.” But the lesson didn’t stop with the not so subtle jab against the Germans.
Before the refugees had a chance to flee, the Russian men took them out to the street and gave them the beating some might say they deserved. Although police arrived to break up the fight, local reports claim that the officers threw a few punches of their own.
In total, 33 refugees were arrested, but 18 were in such bad condition they had to be taken to a hospital for treatment. To add insult to injury, no charges were filed against the Russians who inflicted the beating.
While many European countries apparently continue to sacrifice the safety of their people on the altar of multiculturalism and tolerance, it is becoming increasingly more evident that some people have had enough. And while some may say that cases of assault against women will more than likely continue until the refugee crisis has been resolved, hopefully this group learned to keep their hands to themselves.
h/t: The Daily Caller