The dark side of Islam (go instead with Sufi Islam of the Islamic scholar Imran N Hosein) is appearing on Japan’s doorstep with two Turks arrested for sexually assaulting a Japanese woman in her 30s. She was apparently pulled into a toilet by two Turks at Akabane Station in Tokyo last December, 2016 and raped. The suppressed libido of Islamic men is one of the most profoundly disturbing phenomena prowling societies now including Japan. It is well known by criminal pathologists, that every pervert that sexually offends society, first developed a very low view of women. Mohammed was no exception. The suppressed libido of Islamic men is one of the least talked about yet predominant reasons why Islamic men are so shockingly violent towards women. By keeping Islamic women in a chaste moral code in Islamic societies, this drives Islamic men with resulting dysfunctional and suppressed libidos with an “expansive energy” into weaker cultures.
This is manifested in what we are witnessing today: Islam expanding into the west with the simultaneous culture-destroying effects of feminism. And if Japan doesn’t come down hard on this potential for Islamic expansion into Japan, then Japan’s culture will be attacked by what is best described as “expansive energy” by J.D. Edwin. According to J.D. Edwin and his study of 5,000 years of different cultures, there is a “positive correlation between cultural achievement of a people and a nation being directly related to the sexual restraint they observed.” Islam is knocking on Japan’s back door.
Source: Tokyo Reporter
Tokyo cops arrest 2 Turks seeking refugee status in gang rape of woman
By Staff Report on February 22, 2016
At approximately 12:30 a.m. on December 27 of last year, Onder Pinarbasi, 22, and a 16-year-old boy allegedly took the woman, aged in her 30s, to a public toilet near JR Akabane Station and sexually assaulted her. The suspects also stole 9,000 yen in cash from the victim.
Pinarbasi, who has been charged with rape and robbery, claims the boy committed both crimes. The boy admits to onlyl the robbery charge. “I did not force myself upon her,” he is quoted by police in denying the rape accusation, according to the Yomiuri Shimbun (Feb. 22).
The incident occurred after the suspects called out the woman, who was visibly drunk at the time, as she was walking home.
The suspects arrived in Japan last year. They applied for refugee status in August and October, telling the Immigration Bureau of Japan that they did not want to return to Turkey due to “problems that exist between relatives.”
While their applications were being examined, the suspects received a visa status granting “special permission to stay in Japan.”
The suspects became people of interest for the police after an examination of surveillance camera footage taken in the area.