“How Far Does It Have to Go?”

Earlier this month the town of Peschiera del Garda in northern Italy experienced the glories of cultural enrichment in spades, so to speak. An estimated 1,500 male migrants, most of them from North Africa, but some from further south, terrorized the town for an extended period (see previously “Taharrush on the Train to Milan” and “African Culture-Enrichers Run Wild in Peschiera del Garda”).

Among the rambunctious youngsters’ recreational activities on the train was the sexual harassment of a group of teenage girls who were on their way back to Milan from the Gardaland amusement park. The following news video describes what happened to the unfortunate girls on their railway outing.

Many thanks to HeHa for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:01   Surrounded, harassed, and groped on the train back to Milan.
00:05   It happened on Thursday, June 2,
00:08   when a number of 16-year-old girls, travelling back home from a trip to Gardaland,
00:14   were attacked by several all-male gangs that were also on that train to Milan.
00:19   It was the mother of one of those girls who reported the fact on social media.
00:25   She wrote: “Today my 16-year-old daughter went on a trip to Gardaland, with her own girlfriends”.
00:29   After getting on the train back to Milan, they were surrounded,
00:33   groped and assaulted by some individuals.
00:36   They could not get off the train because they were all crammed.
00:41   They managed to get off the train only at the station of Desenzano del Garda.
00:44   They were upset, in tears. We parents went to pick them up.”
00:48   As we can see from the video, they were really crammed on that train.
00:53   That’s because, in order to celebrate Republic Day,
00:56   thousands of teenagers, mostly coming from the Milan area,
01:00   had decided to meet on the beach of Castelnuovo del Garda, bordering Peschiera.
01:03   They had arranged a party, probably via social media.
01:07   During the party, a big brawl broke out.
01:11   A huge number of teenage boys were involved in it.
01:14   The fight began because of a wallet-snatching, according to witness reports.
01:18   Intervention by law enforcement was necessary to calm down the situation.
01:22   The officers, in their anti-riot gear, had to get out their truncheons
01:26   because the situation was escalating.
01:30   Many of those teenage gangs were going back home to Milan on the same train
01:34   as the 16-year-old girls who were returning from Gardaland.
01:38   So some of them took advantage of the crowd
01:41   and the commotion on the train cars, and assaulted the girls.
01:45   “Is it acceptable that such things still happen?” continues the girl’s mother on social media.
01:50   “What are they waiting for, before taking serious measures?
01:53   How far does it have to go?”

3 thoughts on ““How Far Does It Have to Go?”

  1. What is the deterent? Nothing-what deterent would these hooligans take note of? Castration would be a start. Or a year in a hard labour camp. Really society has allowed the younger generation to lose respect for anyone, so what can be expected but disgusting behaviour.

  2. We used to throw 3rd worlders off the train in the 80’s because of things like this and were applauded, now look at what tolerance has wrought us?

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