Polish magazine depicts “European rape” at the hands of migrants, Twitter reacts
1) Cover of this week's Polish magazine wSieci about the 'Islamic rape of Europe'; 2) WW2 Italian fascist propaganda pic.twitter.com/L3vzgCinrd— Ronan Burtenshaw (@ronanburtenshaw) February 17, 2016
Far-right weekly magazine wSieci sent Twitter into a tailspin with the controversial cover.
"The Islamic Rape of Europe" on a Polish magazine cover.— Khaled Beydoun (@KhaledBeydoun) February 17, 2016
and you thought Charlie Hebdo was bad... pic.twitter.com/YDBN19w9NQ
Some praised the article’s cover image. The piece accuses Europe of hiding migrant crime.
Fantastic cover of the Polish weekly 'W Sieci', titled "The Islamic Rape Of Europe". Unthinkable in the cucked West. pic.twitter.com/9mVZpF8szJ— Kamil Kaminski (@MkVdh147) February 15, 2016
translation: "the Islamic rape of Europe"— CRUNK alex Riley (@alexrileyiscool) February 15, 2016
God bless Poland pic.twitter.com/4cQRe9V8JZ
...While many accused the Polish magazine of “fascism” and “fear-mongering”, comparing the cover to WW2 Nazi and Mussolini propaganda.
"Islamic rape of Europe", screams Polish magazine. They obviously forget Nazi depictions of Poles in the 1930s. pic.twitter.com/Sic3TEvIq0— John O'Brennan (@JohnOBrennan2) February 16, 2016
The magazine joins the growing list of contemporary media outlets which have published questionable headlines and contentious covers in their alarmist reporting on the EU migrant crisis.