Are government of Ontario officials covering up sexual assault crimes being carried out by newly arrived Syrian refugees? A series of events in Mississauga, Oshawa and Waterloo may be connected by two common threads: enforced silence from officials and the involvement of Syrian “refugees.”
In one particular case, two contrasting versions of the story are appearing. One version of the story says that a woman was sexually assaulted behind a brick wall used to divide two parking lots not far from a police station. Another version of the story says that the “new Canadian” was unable to understand “Canadian culture” and that there was a “sexual misunderstanding” that was misinterpreted.
Is it possible that that government officials would order that the problems not be discussed or reported?
The question is important as the long term implications can be disastrous. In the city of Rotherham, UK, some 1,400 girls between the age of 11 and 14 were beaten, raped, drugged and forced into sexual slavery for more than a decade. The victims were primarily white girls and the perpetrators were mainly Pakistani-Kashmiri Muslims.