A very cringe-worthy interpretive dance video supposedly created to protect underage girls from being raped on Tiktok, has now gone viral on social media after commentators and pundits ripped the video apart.
In 2018, a migrant-led rape gang scandal broke in the Northern Finland city of Oulu, with girls as young as 10 years old being subjected to heinous acts of sexual depravity.
The bulk of the perpetrators were foreign-born men–many of whom surfed the wave of immigration following the 2015-16 migrant crisis.
The short Tiktok video, which has garnered almost a million views on Twitter alone, depicts five stern-faced adults–three women, two men–performing a Macarena-esque dance encouraging young girls to deter rapists by standing their ground.
Finnish pundit, Tiina Wiik, who tweeted the viral video, wrote: “My home town has launched a 2,5 million euro project called Safe Oulu that aims at combating the (migrant) rape crisis.
“This is where the money goes.
“Kill me now.
“At least, be kind and lobotomize me so I won’t have to live with this image in my head.”
Explaining the video’s purpose, Wiik explains, “So the idea is, that if you’re a 10 yo girl trapped in an apartment with 10 horny Iraqis, just say: “Stop, don’t touch me there, this is my no-no square”, and it’ll be fine. I have no words.”
So the idea is, that if you're a 10 yo girl trapped in an apartment with 10 horny Iraqis, just say: "Stop, don't touch me there, this is my no-no square", and it'll be fine. I have no words.
— Tiina Wiik 🇫🇮 (@SwanOfTuonela) February 28, 2020
She then adds, referring to a previous purported rape deterrent: “And if the rape macarena isn’t enough to stop them, there’s always the oldie-but-goodie advice from our public news network: just stretch your arm out in front of you with the palm facing the attacker, and the rapist will go away.”
Several social media users picked apart the seemingly ineffectual video, preferring more direct, long-lasting, solutions to potential rapists.
I'd stretch out both arms with my finger on the trigger, and if they didn't go away, I would stop them. Fortunately, I have that right here.
— Sandra Kanavel (@SDWrites) February 29, 2020
“Stop! Don’t touch my bum. This is my no no gun.”
This would be a more effective educational tool. pic.twitter.com/eb41HeIJ0Y
— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) February 28, 2020
Talking about the €2.5M spent on the project to protect young girls, one commenter said, “I’m assuming the 2.5 million was spent on lots of other things too. I’m curious how stupid and useless the other things were.”
To which, Tiina replied, “The project was just launched, so this is just the first taste of it. I’m not sure I want to see the rest.”
Other accounts, including James Woods, spoke about the video.
Finnish city has an increasing problem with migrants sexually assaulting local girls(1 of them committed suicide later)so the city has spent EUR 2mln on educating migrants. Some of it was spent on this informational dance video by a feminist group. #Solved pic.twitter.com/8CNauvZlU3
— BasedPoland (@BasedPoland) February 29, 2020
National File reported on a spike of migrant sex crimes following on from the grooming gang scandal which ran similar parallels to the ones experienced in the UK.
Via National File:
Police data reveals a massive spike in sexual crimes committed by migrants in the Finnish city of Oulu, after the authorities allegedly covered up a grooming gang scandal similar to the ones that took–and continue to take–place in the United Kingdom.
The grooming gang scandal was revealed in December 2018 in the northwest Finnish city, victimizing several underage girls, including the repeated rape of a ten-year-old girl, and the shocking lengthy abuse led one girl to commit suicide.
The revelation of the grooming gang scandal, despite pro-multicultural policies and narratives, rocked Finland.
According to the data, rape offenses where “crimes in which the suspect is a foreign citizen” jumped 157.14% from 2018 to 2019.
Finnish pundit Tiina Wiik spoke with National File following the publication of the data.
She said: “In November 2018 my boyfriend leaked the information on social media about aggravated child rape investigations going on, that had over a dozen foreigners as suspects, and the police and local media had hushed the investigations up.
“It turned into last year’s biggest news event, the Oulu grooming gang cases.”
20 of the 29 arrested suspects were “men of foreign background.”
One suspect, who was an Iraqi national in his mid-20s fled to Germany, where he was arrested but later released by accident.