|Sorry. Cologne is 1550 miles south of here.|
newsli.ru, February 2, 2016*
Translated from Russian by Tom Winter
Translator note: as yet another German mayor advises girls to just keep their distance from migrants,** we see again and again a more gallant view from our Russian friends and acquaintances, and are spurred to publish this account, even though it cannot be, as the text itself explains, officially documented.
Migrants from the Middle East, hitting a night club in the Murmansk region, started harassing the Russian young women, and realized too late that they were not in the EU.
Though the police authorities have no wish to talk about it, in effect denying mass injuries to a group of migrants, all the same, local social network users are happy to share their commentaries on the incident.
Later on, the media were reporting that Norway expelled about 50 Middle Eastern and Afghanistan migrants for “bad behavior” back into Russia. Once there, the refugees decided to go out for some fun at the local “Gandvik” discotheque, and oblivious of where they were, decided to mash the Russian girls.
The problem came down to the fact that in Murmansk, there just isn’t the tolerance of enlightened Europe. Judging from the comments of local social network users, they tried to run away and hide, even in the private sector, but they were found and “educated.” If entire squadrons of police hadn’t arrived, the situation would have gotten really bad, especially in view of the frosts of Murmansk.
Still and all, judging by the identical reactions, the agents of law enforcement did not differ in tolerance level and while exhorting not to resort to lynching, secretly assisted in the educational process, news.li reported.
Results: 18 in the hospital, 33 in the local detention center, and a great desire to go back home. Official confirmation by law enforcement authorities is not forthcoming, as they have no desire to feed the West with any more fodder for the “Wild Russia” line.
“Welcome to Russia. We’re delighted to have visitors, but you mustn’t forget, you are guests here.”
This report was prepared from material on social network sites.