Cops Make Sickening Discovery Hidden Behind Walls Of Muslim-Only Nightclub
When Muslim refugees opened a string of nightclubs in their new community, local liberals applauded their efforts to “integrate.” However, as soon as the police inspected the Muslim-only businesses, they uncovered a sickening secret hidden behind the clubs’ walls.
Western countries are finding that migrants have trouble getting and keeping jobs, as many have no skills, education, or willingness to acquire them. The tiny minority that does gain employment can be a burden to their employers, ceaselessly demanding religious and cultural privileges or running illegal practices from their businesses.
Situated at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, Georgia is the perfect gateway through which Asian Muslim migrants are making their way into Europe. The country boasts an 83-percent Christian majority, which has mistakenly translated their Christian duty into opening their borders to their biggest persecutors.
According to Fria Tider, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili confirmed this week that an investigation has been launched into a string of Arab and Turkish-owned nightclubs, restaurants, and cafes, resulting in a child sex slavery bust. The Muslim-only businesses have spurred controversy for discriminating against non-Muslim men, but only now have authorities discovered the massive child prostitution ring they have been hiding within their walls.
Prime Minister Kvirikashvili explains that Georgian men are prohibited by the foreign employees and patrons inside the dozens of Muslim-only clubs in Tbilisi. Deeper within the locations, children are lured into prostitution and “sold” out to Muslim clients.
“I will say it again — the evidence, unfortunately, points to prostitution in these nightclubs, including child prostitution,” the prime minister said during a press conference. “No Georgian man would tolerate this and that is exactly why they can not get into these clubs. Georgian men are not admitted only because minors Georgian girls are drawn into prostitution there. There is a big problem. Furthermore, this is not worthy of our country, precisely because this issue is very problematic, and it must be resolved as quickly as possible.”