The most politically incorrect cartoon in the entire world

I have wanted to publish this cartoon for a long time but it makes even me cringe. I cringe not because it is politically incorrect but because of the brutal truth contained within it.

Today I saw a news story that illustrates that the theme of the cartoon is sadly spot on.

The most politically incorrect cartoon in the entire world.

A father physically protecting his daughter from a sexual assault is the most natural thing in the world and no one would condemn a Dad punching a man to stop him sexually abusing his daughter one would think.

However, in Germany, insane politically correct culture today views the act of self-defence or the defence of one’s child as a criminal act if the attacker is from a protected minority that has victimhood status.

This insanity is spreading throughout the West and now that it has reached this level vigilantism cannot be far behind.

Think about it for one minute. If I am attacked by a man from a protected victimhood group and I somehow manage to prevent my rape by hitting him with something, I immediately become a criminal in Germany and so does anyone else who comes to my aid. Quote.

A man protecting his 21-year-old daughter against a bottom groping African?will be charged?with causing bodily harm.

At the Munich Hackerbr?cke train station, a drunk 28-year-old migrant from Eritrea grabbed a German woman under her skirt on Tuesday.

When her father saw the sexual assault, he punched the African man in the face to make him stop.
An employee of the German railway company Deutsche Bahn, witnessed the incident and alerted federal police.

The German police decided to file two charges: One against the migrant for sexual assault and one against the father for causing bodily harm.

Many Germans were shocked by the case against the father, believing the man acted in defence of his daughter. […]

?It is up to the judiciary to assess the case. There is a suspicion that there were two crimes, one sexual harassment and the other a physical injury. The police are required by law to bring both,? spokeswoman Petra Wiedmann of the Munich police says.

She advises people to use ?other options? when a crime occurs at the station. […] End quote.