What would we do without the American media to keep us on top of all the news that’s fit to print? One headline about a lawsuit against the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line says, “Unlikely Crime Wave Sweeping the High Seas.”
What could that story be about?! Judging from the headline, maybe it’s a group of senior citizen ladies swindling people in bridge tournaments! Or Royal Caribbean has been overcharging for drinks.
But no, it’s yet another sad tale of a 15 year old girl being gang-raped by alien invaders – a story that should enrage all Americans.
Here are the sparse details of the case, which you need to use an immigration decoder ring to even understand. A Florida teenager was on the popular Oasis of the Seas cruise ship with her sisters and grandmother.
The 15-year-old schoolgirl became separated from her family at one point, when the group of 12 perpetrators – described alternately as “adult males,” “Florida men” and “cruise-goers” by the media – surrounded the girl in a lounge and refused to let her leave.
The perpetrators were all happy and cheerful, and continuously pressured the young girl to have a few drinks with them.
Royal Caribbean employees saw this happening. Instead of trying to help the girl or locate her family, they kept bringing the “Florida men” drinks. Once the girl had had a few drinks, they dragged her into a nearby cabin and proceeded to gang-rape her for more than two hours.
The girl’s family is suing Royal Caribbean for failing to intervene in what was obviously a crime-in-the-making, when its staffers kept bringing drinks that the “Florida men” were pouring down the young girl’s throat.
You might be thinking, “Hey, wait a minute. How could you possibly surmise that the 12 perpetrators were immigrants? The media has dutifully not reported anything about the suspects!”
We know that this was yet another immigrant gang rape for two reasons. First, the media actually loves gang rape stories – as long as the stories are false and white American men are the ones being accused. Gang rape stories become national news when the media thinks it’s finally discovered an all-white or even a partially white rape gang.
Anybody remember a guy named Brett Kavanaugh? How about the Duke lacrosse team? Or the student at UVA who convinced Rolling Stone that she had been raped all night long by white frat boys on broken glass?
Sure, those were all complete and total hoaxes that the media earnestly believed and tried to make us believe. The media is absolutely not shy about reporting on sensational (false) gang rapes committed by white men.
Second, we know that the perpetrators on the cruise were all immigrants because the media always plays the “Area Man” trick when immigrants are accused of horrific crimes against American women and children.
Look at it this way: If the 12 men accused of raping a 15-year-old schoolgirl on a cruise ship were white, we would already know their names. We would also know the names of their employers, how much money they make, what schools they went to, how their white privilege led them into side careers as gang rapists, how much they pay or don’t pay in taxes, the names of all their parents and relatives, their social media account activity and their shoe sizes.
That’s the sort of media scrutiny that Brett Kavanaugh and his high school buddy Squee, the Duke lacrosse team, and the UVA fraternity boys were all subjected to, before they had even had a day in court.
But when a group of immigrants from a rape culture commit an actual gang rape against a white girl… crickets. That’s the giveaway.
It’s like the 2015 case when “Florida man” raped and attempted to murder a Royal Caribbean passenger. “Florida man” worked for the cruise line. When the woman told him to stop following her around, “Florida man” used his master key to let himself into her room when she wasn’t there.
“Florida man” proceeded to hide on her balcony until she fell asleep that night. Then he raped the passenger multiple times, attempted to strangle her with a phone cord and tried to throw her off the balcony.
It was more than a year later, after “Florida man” was convicted and sentenced to 30 years in prison, that the media finally reported his name: Ketut Pujayasa. You know – from the Fort Lauderdale Pujayasas!
The media continues searching for the mythical team of white American gang rapists – but the crime continuously keeps landing on immigrants from alien cultures that have no respect for women and children.