What I Saw in Sweden Last Week is Not ‘Normal’ And Trump is Right

When I got off the train at Malmo’s Central station last week and dragged my suitcase noisily over the cobbled pavements I thought to myself, “There’s no way this place has ‘No Go Zones’”.

Downtown Malmo is a gorgeous though freezing cold place to visit in February. I checked into my hotel — passing between a “Burger King” and a “Schwarma King” along the way, the latter of which recently took the spot of the “Stortogets Gatukok” in Malmo’s Great Square — and set off for my destination: Rosengard.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Justin Trudeau whores for votes
    e-i-e-i-o
    that’s why we’ve all these muzzies folks
    e-i-e-i-o
    with a muzz muzz here
    and a muzz muzz there
    here a muzz
    there a muzz
    everywhere a muzz muzz
    Justin Trudeau should be whipped
    e-i-e-i-o

  • Linda1000

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4fb1d10894df83d59456aca6de036638159bffaa660e61f397a787e8a19635b7.jpg After Trump’s remarks about Sweden last weekend, which Swedish PM Stefan Lofven said were not factual and Sweden Radio denies that there are “no-go zones”, on Monday night (Feb 20), Rinkeby, suburb of Stockholm was like a burning war zone. Story also at Breitbart.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I wonder if Swedish Burger King’s are as notorious for food poisoning as North American ones are.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Watching white Swedish ‘refugees’ flee elsewhere only to be turned down because they’re not black, brown, Muslim, terrorist etc so they die of hunger in the gutter will pretty damn funny. I recommend all the Swedish nationals who choose to leave, leave to Somalia.

    hahahahahahahahaha fuck em.

  • The popular press will never admit this.