Även UK får betala priset för en dålig migrationspolitik

| 15 maj, 2018

Utvecklingen i UK har några års försprång jämfört med Sverige och även där har man genom en dålig migrationspolitik skapat utanförskapsområden och förvandlat hela samhällen till parallella sådana.
När det gäller antalet barn och tvångsäktenskap i en modern västdemokrati ligger de högt i statistiken.
Under förra året utreddes 1.196 tvångsäktenskap och den yngsta bortgifta var bara två år. En tredjedel av fallen fanns inom gruppen pakistanier och somaliernas antal har ökat kraftigt med 100% på ett år. Den äldsta inblandade maken var 100 år gammal.
Statistiken avser alltså enbart de fall som ANMÄLTS till FMU (Forced Marriage Unit) så mörkertalet är förstås stort.
Och exakt varför har Sverige inte en “Forced Marriage Unit”? Jo, på grund av en total beröringsskräck, en infantil naivitet och en djupt rotad politiskt korrekt feghet.
 
“A TOT aged TWO was Britain’s youngest ‘victim’ of forced marriage in Britain last year, shock official figures revealed yesterday.
The Home Office revealed the toddler was one of 1,196 cases dealt with by officials investigating potential forced marriages by expat families in the UK last year.
Almost 1,200 allegedly non-consensual weddings were investigated by the Forced Marriages Unit last year
The oldest involved a 100 year-old pensioner.
The infant was one of 355 children under 18 helped by the Government’s Forced Marriage Unit last year.
One in five cases related to male victims.
 
More than a third of cases related to Pakistan but the number of Somalian cases has increased by a massive 100 per cent year on year.
The FMU dealt with 1,196 cases last year – a decline of 19 per cent on 2016.
But experts said that did not represent a reduction in the number of forced marriages in Britain.
 
Forcing someone to marry against their will is a criminal offence which carries a maximum sentence of seven years.
A forced marriage is defined as one in which one or both spouses do not consent to the marriage and violence, threats or any other form of coercion is involved.
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But a report published by the two departments on Thursday stressed that the statistics only represent cases reported to the unit.
It added: “Forced marriage is a hidden crime, and these figures may not reflect the full scale of the abuse.”
 
https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/05/uk-1200-cases-of-forced-marriage-annually-one-involving-a-two-year-old-child
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