Sweden Visualizes Virtual Walls to Stop Vehicular Terrorist Attacks

The recent wave of vehicular terrorist attacks has prompted Europe to initiate protective measures. After the truck rampage in Stockholm earlier this year, Sweden has been eyeing innovative solutions that involve virtual perimeters and invisible fences.

While concrete blocks and other physical barriers may arguably provide the best defense against vehicular attacks, they are often aeasthetically unpleasing and are believed to be sending the wrong kind of message to the population.

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  • moraywatson

    Speaking of things that are ‘visually unpleasing’ and ‘sending the wrong message to the public, what exactly is Sweden doing about the CAUSE of totalitarian-supremacist terror?

  • deplorabledave

    they are often aeasthetically unpleasing and are believed to be sending the wrong kind of message to the population.

    Ya, reality is the wrong message.

    • They should make them look like Vlad Tepes was here.

  • SDMatt

    Sweden Visualizes Virtual Walls To Stop Vehicular Terrorist Attacks

    They used to be called “borders,” and undesirables were kept on the other side. But apparently that’s un-possible now: better raped than rude.

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  • Blacksmith

    “they are often aeasthetically unpleasing and are believed to be sending the wrong kind of message to the population.”
    The message being concrete is ugly and worth more than your lives so just be good dhimmi’s and die?

  • OK, so this virtual barrier will stop all Muslim terrorists who are driving legal, government-approved vehicles with legal, government-approved add-ons, fully insured with the correct driver’s address and with government-inspected tread depth in the tyres, it would seem. That should take care of the virtual Muslims, but what about the real ones?