‘Refugee’ Crisis™ => Gender Imbalances

One angle of the ‘Refugee’ Crisis™ that Europe hasn’t yet contemplated is the effect on gender imbalance, and the sociological disruptions that can ensue:

Professor Valerie Hudson, a Texas A&M University professor, said gender imbalances could cause serious problems in the community.

She said societies where men outnumbered women were more susceptible to higher levels of violence, insurgence and mistreatment of women.

Sweden is of particular interest to Professor Hudson, because it has the second-highest number of asylum applications in Europe, relative to its population.

“I looked specifically at the figures that Sweden had provided on its migrants — 71 per cent of whom are male,” she said.

“And then in the age group 16 to 17 years old, which is what I focused on, over 90 per cent are male.”

Professor Hudson estimated there were about 123 boys for every 100 girls in Sweden…

This has nothing to do, you must remember, from the fact that Sweden has the #2 highest rate of rape in the world.

As far as Germany is concerned:

While Sweden is particularly transparent with its migration data, the top destination for asylum seekers fleeing Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria is Germany.

Professor Hudson said her colleague Andrea den Boer, from the University of Kent, was doing her own research on Germany’s gender ratio.

“[Dr den Boer] found that the sex ratio alteration in the young adult population, according to her … preliminary calculations [is] looking also to be abnormal at about 114 boys of that age for every 100 girls,” she said.

From the math, you can envision the sociological disturbances.

Professor Hudson said it was staggering that European nations were so caught up in debating the impact of refugees’ religion, but did not seem to consider maintaining a balanced gender ratio in the community.

Perhaps we can accommodate things with a more progressive evolution of the term ‘cultural differences’.

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