Unbelievable posters erected in Swiss city instruct refugees not to harass women

*This article has been edited to reaffirm the following posters are from Austria

You know your culture has changed when the government needs to produce material explaining that harassing women is not acceptable.

The city of Lucerne, Switzerland, which is home to about 1,800 refugees, is taking steps to produce posters in advance of its annual carnival parades, which will instruct migrants that harassing women is wrong, the Swiss newspaper Blick reported.

The government was contacted by citizens who were fearful of attending the events after the sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve, and the Health and Social Services Department reacted by starting the poster campaign.

“After the attacks in Germany on New Year’s Eve we received a number of reactions. The concerns were on the one hand brought to social director Guido Graf personally, on the other hand we also received mails from the public,” spokeswoman Silvia Bolliger told Blick. “It is a preventive measure. We currently have no problems.”

Using an Austrian template, the posters will explain, in both words and pictures, that violence against women and children is forbidden, that women are allowed to be with whomever they choose, and that homosexuality is acceptable under Swiss law, according to Blick.

Swiss Poster

Photo credit Blick.



Swiss Poster

Photo credit Blick.

“We want to show that there is zero tolerance for sexual harassment,” Bolliger said. “The tenor will be: ‘When you come here, you respect our rules.'”


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7 thoughts on “Unbelievable posters erected in Swiss city instruct refugees not to harass women

  1. tedlv says:

    Why would the invading hoards care about the laws of the countries that let them invade? You welcome human detritus, you get what you welcome.

  2. Harvey Holmes says:

    Yes, poster should do the trick. If only they had them posted in Germany during New Years Eve. All the abuse and sexual assaults could have been avoided. Goodbye Switzerland I’ll miss your hot coco.

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  3. liberalssuck says:

    We all know signs and laws stop criminals, just look at all the gun free zones here!!!.

  4. Letthemeatcake says:

    Ya know… if you need that much of an elaborate poster (more like a guide book), that should be an indication that nothing will stop those set on attacking women and children. Like any of them would even read or pay attention to the poster. Don’t the Swiss have guns? I hope so.

  5. Ronald Welch says:

    So you have invited strangers into your country that are so uncivilized that your have to put up signs to tell them that sexual attacks against strangers is not allowed……Where did you find anyone stupid enough to make that invitation or allow that incursion? I have to assume that you have removed that person and made arrangements to remove the aforementioned strangers otherwise….you must be the problem.

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