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Crime Statistics > Rapes (per capita)(most recent) by country
VIEW DATA: Totals Per capita
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Showing latest available data. Rank Countries Amount (top to bottom)
#1 South Africa: 1.19538 per 1,000 people
#2 Seychelles: 0.788294 per 1,000 people
#3 Australia: 0.777999 per 1,000 people
Assaults per C
Rank Countries Amount
# 1 Saint Kitts and Nevis: 3%
# 2 United Kingdom: 2.8%
= 3 New Zealand: 2.4%
= 3 Australia: 2.4%
# 5 Canada: 2.3%
# 6 Finland: 2.1%
= 7 France: 1.4%
= 7 Denmark: 1.4%
= 9 Sweden: 1.2%
= 9 United States: 1.2%
= 9 Belgium: 1.2%
Assault victims by country", UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute). Correspondence on data on crime victims. March. Turin.
So when an Aussie tells me I need to ban my weapon, I think they should ban their "guns"
this is what he's talking about. is topix an official UN website? doesnt look like the greatest source and no date.
btw just read this (i stopped previously as it was irrelevant to my question - you have to learn to do this skill when asking questions.)
A lot of my fellow offices (when stationed in Korea) would go down to Australia when on leave. The comment was it was very easy to meet girls there because they liked Americans, because one we were a lot nicer to them than Australians, two we weren't going to rape them, three there wasn't a whole lot of competition because Aus has a lot of homosexuals.
this actually made me laugh out loud. so these women are having trouble finding a man to root them because they're all gay but when they do find one he rapes them? well it must be true if they heard it from women wanting to pick up army personnel on leave. i dare say its not really the cream of our women they're associating with there, though i'm surprised you've gone ahead and subscribed to that line of logic without question (maybe not).
i'd also recommend you're friends check a bit more carefully which bars they are going into if they are finding the amount of homosexuals impacting the competition for "women"
and then theres this
A lot of my fellow offices (when stationed in Korea) would go down to Australia when on leave. The comment was it was very easy to meet girls there because they liked Americans, because one we were a lot nicer to them than Australians, two we weren't going to rape them, three there wasn't a whole lot of competition because Aus has a lot of homosexuals. Just what my friends told me. (I have never been there) However we did have Australian officers in my officer training class, and they were extremely aggressive with our female officers to a point where our females were told to stay away from them and do not drink with them. The Brits were fine, as were the other foreign officers. However I know for a fact that an Australian major was sent home for sexual misconduct/harassment.
in your desperation to lash out at australia you have actually stumbled onto some truth there. our army has recently had a lot of sexual misconduct problems exposed and they are having difficulty getting it to meet the standards of the rest of our society. its an issue worth discussing though not relevant here, perhaps you could start a new thread?