8-year-old girl attempted stoned outside shop in Sweden

They were thus aiming deliberately at women and children. But unfortunately, the victims could not see exactly who threw the stones because they tried to protect themselves and the little girl.

The police do nothing, even if they know who is behind it, claims a resident in the area.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Look this is the country they demanded. This is the society they wanted to live in. Not our problem to remonstrate them if they have buyers’ remorse.

    • Linda1000

      Same for Canada and Britain. Give Canada another ten years or less and we are going to be exactly like Sweden, especially after eight years of Trudope’s immigration policies and UN agenda. Britain is a little ahead of us with their established gangs of “rapefugees” now running the show.

      • Kaye92

        Canada is probably as lost as Sweden, it’s just not quite so glaringly obvious. From Vlad Tepes today: ‘Attention all Canadians. As they say in Poker: “Read it and weep”’. This comment is from The Rebel( http://www.therebel.media/_it_s_too_late_to_save_norway_denmark_germany_and_so_on ):

        “Mr. Hedegaard states that when Muslims reach 20% of a country’s population, “it’s too late”. I’d be curious to know what he thinks happens when a neighbourhood reaches that 20% saturation point. Thanks to Jihadi Junior’s “refugee rush”, this is what is happening in parts of Toronto – very rapidly. In my neighbourhood (Etobicoke, adjacent to Pearson Airport where most of them landed) it’s a perfect storm for the creation of Canada’s first no-go Sharia zone. Plenty of public housing, which has been cleared of infidel tenants who have been replaced by Muslims. Plenty of large, older apartment buildings with relatively low rents, again very attractive to migrant Muslims with their government rent subsidies. Lots of businesses offering them handouts (like free Toyotas) and preferential hiring.

        The changes are striking. Six months ago I could walk the half hour to the nearest grocery store and back, and see maybe one or two of them while shopping. Now it’s like downtown Baghdad here, everywhere I look there are hijab wearers pushing huge strollers and texting into brand new iPhone 6’s. At the grocery store, nearly all female employees are now wearing hijabs. My apartment building is filling up with them as well. Now it’s no longer safe or clean to use the laundry room, they throw filthy disposable diapers into the machines. They toss filth off of their balconies. They crowd the local Tim Horton’s, which used to be a place where anyone could gather. Now it’s been taken over by the hijab crowd because Canadians don’t want to deal with their screaming unsupervised kids, their habit of cutting to the front of the order line, and the filth of spilled drinks and food they leave behind.

        In Europe the countries are a lot smaller, so the Islamic takeover is quick and very obvious. Here, the takeover is more insidious, one neighbourhood at a time. I fully expect that my neighbourhood will become a Sharia zone within the next year or two, while local politicians and media turn a blind eye. A walk through this area will show you that they are now closing in on 50% of the population. A lot of seniors and poor people live in my building. They will be forced out by these new Islamic invaders creating their no-go zone. Canadians living in other places have no idea what’s really going on, or how bad it really is.”

        • canminuteman

          Move while you can. It may be a huge burden to have to, but the longer you leave it the harder it will be to do it.

        • Linda1000

          Wow, in the ’80s Etobicoke used to be a quiet, sleepy, little neighbourhood with manicured lawns and smaller bungalows. Toronto and the burbs are definitely ahead of other parts of Canada in terms of muslim saturation. There are areas in Calgary that are almost as bad and I no longer go shopping in them as I stick out like a white balloon. I wonder about Montreal.
          In my neighbourhood, we have lots of Chinese people and I don’t mind them at all. At least, they don’t come here and have to build their mega moskies. More Far East Asians (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, etc.) to Canada would be better.

          • P_F

            “More Far East Asians (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, etc.) to Canada would be better.”

            Pray tell why do we need so many immigrants in the first place??? And what makes you think that they would be better for Canada?? If Filipinos, Korean or Chinese had been better people they would’ve made their own countries livable.
            They couldn’t make good of their own countries how will they make Canada better skips me.

          • Linda1000

            We don’t need so many immigrants but given that Canada takes in what, 250,000 plus per year from all over, I’m just saying we have to be more picky about the countries of origin. I would definitely prefer less immigrants or stop all immigration for at least ten years. We have too many problems already. The Far East people generally fit in better, are industrious and assimilate for the most part with Westerners much better if you look at their track record. Our politicians are traitors for not acting in the best interests of Canada and many employers are complicit with it all.
            I think it’s all a lost cause though as Cdns. just voted for a leader that is out to destroy Canada.

    • V10_Rob

      Enjoy your sharia.

  • The Butterfly

    Stoning returns to Sweden. Oh wait, there never was stoning in Sweden. I guess there’s a first time for everything. Another victory for the feminist movement.

  • k2

    I like the rant of a “resident” quoted at the end of the article: “Do they not understand that anger starts to brew in the houses of Borlänge. I [have] … empathy for people and animals, and understand the complexity of exclusion and socio-economic difficulties of certain groups in society. But now it has gone too far.”

    Too bad her words are entirely empty, and she will do precisely nothing. Just as all her countrymen and women have been doing for decades now. But fine words, all the same, it must be conceded.

    • Editor

      Agreed. And anyway, the authorities would promptly arrest her if she did anything because they would rather see native Swedes stoned, raped and killed than be labeled racists.

  • simus1

    Other reports seemed to indicate the folks from nearby “Little Somalia” seemed perturbed that the “free shopping” option was no longer available and also slashed some staff car tires along with the stoning to show their displeasure.

  • robins111

    Gosh. I wonder just who’d be putting the boulders to a woman and child. Maybe Amish??

  • ismiselemeas

    It’s the natural progression of things. From free love to getting stoned in Sweden.

  • Mannie

    The primary, and arguably the only duty of government is to protect its Citizens. We give up some of our freedom in exchange for that protection. A government that cannot or will not perform its basic function forfeits its validity and its right to exist. Where the government has no validity, it is the Citizens’ right and duty to replace it with a government that will protect it. Gangs, vigilance committees, lynch mobs, and similar activities are crude forms of government put in place to protect the Citizens.

    When their country implodes, we must absolutely seal our borders against European refugees. Let them stay home and fight or die. Euronate on them. We don’t want their disease, here. We have enough of their kind already.

    • Bataviawillem

      Your assumption is absolutely wrong.
      One would think that the police has a duty to protect the citizens but that is NOT the case.

      • Mannie

        I didn’t say “the police” I said “the government”. If the government fails in its duty to protect us, or more to the point, refuses that duty, then the citizens owe it no allegiance, and have a duty to overthrow it.

        • Bataviawillem

          Police/Government it’s the same they have no duty under the law to protect citizens.
          You will find that out when you try to sue, you will lose.

          • Mannie

            It is the only justification for why we have government, regardless of what the law says. Contrary to Franklin’s misquoted saying, we give up a little (or a lot) of freedom in exchange for a little peace and prosperity. This has been true since Ogg and Oog decided to follow Bogg as leader of the tribe, because he was the best hunter and the meanest son of a bitch in the valley.

            If there is a lack of perceived safety, pseudo governments evolve, like vigilance committees and gangs.

          • Bataviawillem

            Your right, that’s why we have the human rights commissions with their kangaroo courts.