VIDEO: Head of Ambulance Union Confirms ‘No-Go Zones’ in Sweden

The head of the Swedish ambulance drivers’ union confirmed in a recent interview with journalist Paulina Neuding the existence of “no-go zones” where it is too dangerous to enter without police protection.

“I know it’s sensitive and controversial,” Gordon Grattidge said. “But for us it’s really a no go because we have directives not to go into dangerous situations.”

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  • Ed Ellison

    If you don’t have control of your territory, then it doesn’t belong to you, it belongs to another state, warlord, or whatever.
    The bottom line is if you have lost territory within your own borders, and you deny it and refuse to assert authority over it, then you are about to become a failed state.
    May God have mercy on your citizens because no one else will.

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    I guess Sweden isn’t all about ABBA and Ikea any longer?
    Getting truth out of Swedes is more challenging than getting blood from a stone, but evidently it is possible in rare circumstances. Hopefully, the Swedes are waking up and a movement starting in that nation.

    • Uncommunist

      Like pulling teeth from a chicken.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I always found it odd that Swedes binary choice in music was Abba or death metal.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    A violent pushback is the only thing that can save Europe.
    None of the Muslims, or their offspring, can be allowed to stay behind.
    They all must go!

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  • Watchman

    I watched the video, read the subtitles, and the one thing that stood out about the video apart from its content was the language.

    The whole interview was done it Swedish. The only phrase that was heard in English was “No-Go Zones.” Think about that for a moment. A country that supplied Europe and the UK with Viking raiders, and traded with muslims for the white slaves they gathered in their raids, has no Swedish words for “No-Go Zones” and must borrow this term from modern English.

    You only have to borrow words or phrases in another language if there are no adequate words in your own language to describe that item or situation. The Swedes are so unused to the concept of a No-Go Zone that they must use a foreign term to describe this hitherto unknown situation. Even a hand grenade has a native Swedish language term for it.

    It’s such an elegant demonstration how far Sweden has fallen and turned into a feminist-run Zeta-male child care centre.

    • Alain

      Yes, and the Canadian Liberals want us to be the same.