White Lives Matter. When Are We Going To Stop Sacrificing White Girls At The Altar Of Inclusion?

There have been repeated cases of illegal immigrants raping and murdering white, teenage girls throughout the West, yet feminists stay silent because of woke politics.

By Gina Florio5 min read
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Just a few weeks ago in Vienna, Austria, a 14-year-old girl was found dead in the apartment of an Afghan refugee who entered the country during what is known as a migrant wave in 2015. The 26-year-old refugee is suspected to have captured, drugged, and raped the teenager before she ultimately died from an overdose. He claims that he had “consensual sex” with the girl, and he is currently arrested and remains in police custody. There are few other details that have been released, but the case has spread like wildfire online, raising many more concerns about mass immigration in various European countries.

The Afghan immigrant was denied entry into Austria in his first application, but he was later granted an appeal and the Austrian government allowed him to freely roam the country. After the Taliban regained control in Afghanistan in 2021, his deportation was put off, and he was granted leave to stay in Austria. 

The State Criminal Police Office is now investigating the child’s death, but many people are furious about its similarity to the case of 13-year-old Austrian schoolgirl Leonie, who was brutally gang raped and murdered by three Afghan nationals in 2021. Her body was found strangled and dumped near the attackers’ apartment in Vienna. A court in 2022 found that the Afghan migrants drugged her with ecstasy, and an autopsy report found that she died of an overdose and asphyxiation. 

A few weeks ago, 17 migrants between the ages of 13 and 18 were arrested in Vienna in connection with the long-term sexual abuse of a 12-year-old girl. Reportedly, she had been passed around sexually between these males “like a trophy” for over a year. These boys were from Syria, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Turkey, and they allegedly filmed the abuse and threatened to post it on social media if the girl ever went to the police. In every one of these cases, it was a young white girl being sacrificed at the altar of tolerance, inclusion, and mass immigration

Mass Immigration Is a Huge Issue in Europe

Dutch commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek has been outspoken about these cases, and she commented on the recent 14-year-old’s brutal death: “To all the people who are outraged that I advocate for mass deportations: This is why. I don’t ever want to see another name added to the already endless list of girls who’ve been raped and murdered at the hands of immigrants who shouldn’t have been here in the first place. This could have all been prevented, but our evil leadership doesn’t do anything to change it, because they don’t give a damn about white lives.”

Mass immigration has been a huge issue for various European countries lately. Mark Rutte, the long-serving Dutch Prime Minister, resigned last year due to his government coalition's failure to reach a consensus on managing refugee inflows into the Netherlands. This development underscores the complex and divisive nature of migration politics in Europe, where the rise of right-leaning parties has intensified debates on immigration. These parties advocate for reducing immigration, which influences the political discourse and challenges existing policies.

Europe faces a unique challenge due to its deeply rooted national identities, making the immigration debate potentially more destabilizing. The Netherlands is not alone; countries like Germany, Italy, France, and Spain are also grappling with similar political tensions. Europe's struggle with migration is not new, with over 127,000 migrants arriving in 2023, surpassing the previous year's figures. The majority of these migrants arrive by sea, with Tunisia and Egypt being the most common countries of origin.

The coronavirus pandemic temporarily reduced migration numbers, but recent events, including the conflict in Ukraine, have contributed to a resurgence. European countries are under strain, balancing the need to accommodate new arrivals with maintaining social and public services. The European Union's special protection status for Ukrainians exemplifies the challenge of differentiating between various groups of migrants and addressing asylum applications effectively.

Governments often resort to restrictive measures aimed at deterring arrivals, rather than creating nuanced policies that distinguish between refugees and other migrants.

Governments often resort to restrictive measures aimed at deterring arrivals, rather than creating nuanced policies that distinguish between refugees and other migrants. In the Netherlands, Rutte's government proposed creating two classes within the asylum system and limiting family reunification, reflecting the influence of right-leaning parties like the Party for Freedom (PVV). Such measures aim to preempt the loss of electoral support to conservative populists by adopting stricter immigration policies.

Across Europe, conservative parties have gained traction by capitalizing on anti-immigration sentiments, making it a highly salient political issue. Countries with generous social welfare systems are particularly attractive destinations for migrants, fueling local opposition to immigration. As Europe continues to navigate the complexities of migration, the political landscape remains unpredictable, with countries like Germany, Italy, France, and Spain closely watching developments in the Netherlands. 

White Girls Are Sacrificed at the Altar of Inclusion

A harrowing incident unfolded in January in Catania, Sicily, when a 13-year-old girl was allegedly raped by two Egyptian migrants in a public restroom, while their accomplices detained her boyfriend, forcing him to witness the attack. The assailants, all minors and illegal migrants, have sparked a national outcry, prompting Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini to call for chemical castration for the perpetrators and Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni to assure that "justice will be done."

The attack not only horrified the public but also reignited debates over Italy's immigration policies, as the country reported a 50% increase in illegal migrant arrivals last year. The incident has highlighted the contentious issue of minor migrants' temporary residency, as Italian law prohibits their expulsion. Amidst this heated environment, some voices caution against generalizing the actions of a few to all immigrants, emphasizing the importance of distinguishing between individuals.

Yet, the crime has intensified calls for stricter immigration controls. Critics point out the government's failure to curb illegal immigration effectively, despite promises of tougher measures, including a proposed "naval blockade" of African shores to prevent migrant boats from arriving. Last year, Italy saw nearly 156,000 migrant arrivals, including 17,000 unaccompanied minors, underscoring the challenge of managing migration flows and ensuring public safety.

In response to these challenges, the Meloni government has enacted new laws to more accurately determine the age of undocumented minors and extended the detention period for migrants awaiting asylum decisions. Additionally, Italy is exploring the construction of migrant detention centers in Albania to process asylum claims, a move aimed at reducing the number of migrants arriving on Italian shores. This approach, however, continues to fuel debate over the balance between humanitarian obligations and national security.

Feminists are silent because they’re slaves to the woke scale of oppression, which claims that anyone “of color” is inherently more oppressed than white people.

But as the political arguments continue, the fact of the matter is there are more and more young, white, European girls who are brutally beaten, raped, and murdered by illegal migrants who should never have been in the country in the first place. Meanwhile, feminists are silent. They spend more time complaining about being catcalled, trans people getting called the “wrong pronouns,” and not having access to on-demand abortion. But when young girls are viciously abused and killed at high rates in the West, they have absolutely nothing to say. That’s because they’re slaves to the woke scale of oppression, which claims that anyone “of color” and anyone who migrates to a Western country is inherently more oppressed than white people. So a 14-year-old white girl isn’t considered an important figure to them, even if she is raped and beaten by a male migrant.

The United States is facing its own immigration crisis, with an open Southern border that is allowing in hundreds of thousands (if not more) of illegal migrants. Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26, crossed the border illegally and was recently charged with the murder of 22-year-old Laken Hope Riley, whose body was discovered on the University of Georgia campus. Described as a "crime of opportunity" by University Police Chief Jeff Clark, the incident has shaken the local community and sparked a broader discussion on campus safety. Ibarra, who had no ties to the university or the victim, faces multiple charges, including malice murder, aggravated battery, and kidnapping.

The attack on Riley, who was a junior and a dean’s list student at the Augusta University College of Nursing’s Athens campus, occurred while she was jogging. Found with visible injuries in a forested area behind Lake Herrick, her death was determined to be caused by blunt force trauma. The community and university officials have expressed their shock and grief, offering counseling support to those affected.

The investigation led to Ibarra's arrest, supported by community tips, physical evidence, and security footage. The case has raised concerns over the safety of popular spots like Lake Herrick, prompting discussions on the need for improved security measures, such as the reinstatement of emergency call boxes on campus. The university had previously removed these due to underuse, favoring a safety app with a "Mobile BlueLight" feature, but recent events have prompted a reevaluation of campus safety strategies.

Although the story has gained traction in mainstream media, very few, if any, feminist activists and groups have come forward to remember Riley and do everything in their power to prevent a young woman like her from meeting this same fate. But, once again, it’s because Riley was a white woman and Ibarra is a Hispanic immigrant. At this rate, it seems as though our country is trending toward the same future that many European countries are currently struggling with. How much longer will white women and girls be sacrificed at the altar of immigration and diversity? 

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