This is not okay, people. I know some of you may think that’s a clickbait headline, some are probably picoseconds away from clicking on that big red X in the corner, but before you do, you owe it yourself to just glance at this newspaper title.


You think I’m kidding?

Well, here’s the start of the choo-choo train of horror: Child marriage creates chaos

It culminated the other day in a Swedish judge saying that the pregnant 14-year-old child is “precocious” and “mature for her age” and that “because she comes from a different culture, we should respect that”.

I’ll link to a non-swedish source this time. I know absolutely nothing about the character of the news outlet speisa, but I have done my best to verify that this incident happened.


I’m not linking a picture because the only picture is of some random-ass lonely girl staring wistfully out a window which has nothing to do with the incident in question. Just imagine that if you want.

People, we cannot import the normalization of pedophilia. We absolutely cannot import customs and behaviours which are antithetical to our entire way of life.



4 responses »

  1. SwedishSquadleader says:

    The girl got married and pregnant in Syria. When she came to Sweden the authorities immediately separated the couple. The girl threatened to commit suicide (And tried once) unless she was brought back to her family. The judge choose to go on her line for the sake of both the girl and the baby. There will be an appeal. The judge did not say the things you quote. And it’s illegal to expose children with pictures published. 🙂

    • dmayoss says:

      I can’t find anything about the judges comments from a reputable source one way or another, but even leaving that out, and even if I have compassion for people trying to escape hardship (I do), I cannot accept the normalization of what is, in this part of the world, pedophilia at best and child abuse at worst. That’s a hard line in the ground that would get any other person thrown in jail for years, and the idea that there can be two legal standards because of “culture” is abhorrent.

      • SwedishSquadleader says:

        No matter what culture. It’s illegal. The judge rule in her favor due to health issues. But it’s not likely to stand. Non of that is accepted in Sweden.

  2. SwedishSquadleader says:

    Oh, I just saw your tag. This has nothing to do with Shariah law. 🙂

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