The invading beggary: In many parts of the country, Swedes are frustrated about nothing being done about the beggars that have come here, especially those coming from Romania. When the authorities do nothing, many feel they have to take matters into their own hands. In a residential area, in Eriksberg Uppsala, some residents have put up warnings signs telling people about the hazard of gypsies using the playgrounds as a latrine.
The leftist-liberal mainstream media thinks it’s more important noting the “tone” in the warning sign, rather than the fact that people are using their children’s playground as a latrine.
It was on Friday that the police got a call about somebody putting up warning signs in the area at playgrounds, and that those who have kids or dogs, should pay attention. The police took the case and said that the initiative was of private matter, and did not have anything to do with any authority establishment. The signs were taken down.
It is unclear whether police usually take on a case where they take down signs in residential areas; such as lost cats, apartment exchange, etc, and if these are situated at wrong places, and whether this has a political issue rather than upholding the actual law. The suspects actions are even more valued because of this, when the police should in reality take the case and make sure the area is not used as a latrine, rather than to use their time to take down the signs by the law of order.
This is a re-occurring problem for the residents having beggars tend to their toilet needs where many children play and a place where dog owners walk the park, and PICK UP THE FECES in doggie-bags. (The irony here…)
The association have several times brought this to notice, but the community have not done anything about it. For some of the residents, the powerlessness they felt took over and they took matters to their own hands and put up the signs. Even if the media does an upside-down priority as with the police officers that took the call to take down the signs, the news of this has spread on media in which there is some hope that things might get attention and something is done about it.