Sweden: 2,875 “serious incidents” as Muslim migrants threaten to rape and assault employees, burn offices of migration board

Maria Johansson, working environment specialist at the Swedish Migration Board, said the incidents “can be anything including an inappropriate comment related to a sexual act. This is not a common problem with us, but it is serious when it happens.”

  • Starlord

    We are slow here in Canada hence Iqra’s #M103 to silence us before we get the enrichment that Europe has been experiencing.

    The whole culture with their religion ingrained has many issues.

  • Liberal Progressive

    In a multicultural country you must accept that other cultures are at least equal to your own that is if there is such as thing as western cultures at all.

    • Observer

      That is precisely why Pierre was a traitor in creating “official multiculturalism”.

  • BillyHW

    When you let women vote, your entire nation will get Stockholm Syndrome.

    • Observer

      I bet those women in the above picture have higher testosterone levels than their lefty males!

    • Reader

      Relax. Here is a soothing country musical interlude for you.

    • Brenda

      This woman should not be allowed to vote, or lead a political party; she’s clearly stupid and incompetent, and inferior to her more intelligent male counterparts who favor mass muslim immigration:


      • BillyHW

        Brenda, do you know how statistics work?

      • A Hamilton Guy

        What a wise lady!

    • A Hamilton Guy

      It’s not just women, the education has brainwashed them.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Go ahead. I’ll give you the gascan.

  • Solo712

    You know, the Swedish government never ceases to amaze me in its ostrichlike refusal to see things as they are. Here is a small sample of the swedish authorities at work:

    Claim: “In Sweden there are a number of ‘no-go zones’ where criminality and gangs have taken over and where the emergency services do not dare to go.”

    Facts: In a report published in June 2017, the Swedish Police Authority identified 61 areas around the country that have become increasingly marred by crime, social unrest and insecurity. Of these 61 areas, 23 are considered to be particularly vulnerable.

    These areas are sometimes carelessly called ‘no-go zones’. While the Police Authority has stated that working in these vulnerable areas is often difficult, it is not the case that police do not go to them or that Swedish law does not apply there.

    The causes of the problems in these areas are complex and multifaceted. To reverse the trend, more action is required from all of society, at all levels.


    • A Hamilton Guy

      Send in the army! Shoot first; ask questions later.