The message [is] that if you’re convicted of a serious crime in Sweden, it could complicate your deportation – if you hate Jews and commit a hate crime with anti-Semitic motives, it may be to your advantage if you are at risk of deportation to Israel/Palestine.
For much of this summer, and right up until September 9 — Election Day in Sweden — media around the world predicted that voters in that country would switch, in massive numbers, to the Sweden Democrats, the much-maligned and, until recently, very marginal anti-Islam party. “Swedish politics,” reported Reuters on September 5, “are set to lurch to the right in Sunday’s election.” On September 8, a Daily Mail columnist explained why “the most liberal country in Europe” was “lurching to the Far Right.”
I wanted to believe it, but it sounded too good to be true. In the end, alas, it was.
All is not lost the Sweden Democrats are projected to fair well in the final tally.
As part of its official platform leading up to next month’s election, the party proposed giving parents an additional week of paid holiday to be used during their children’s school holidays and teacher in-service days.
Sweden has undergone a transformation from socialist “paradise” to multicultural hellhole, though some of us would argue that one was always bound to lead to the other.
Four men have been charged with gross rape against a developmentally disabled woman. Yesterday they were set free. Why? The court could not prove that they knew she had a developmental disability.
Sweden counts down to its elections on 9 September. As one of the European ‘ultimate democracies’ where citizens are interested in politics and have a say in everything, the TV is covering the elections on a daily basis. Given that the Eurosceptic anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats are riding high in the polls and most Swedes admit they worry about crime, public broadcaster SVT tackled a peculiar problem yesterday.
It had counted all court convictions to present a complete picture of Swedish rape cases.
A Swedish Muslim woman has won compensation after her job interview was ended when she refused a handshake.
Farah Alhajeh, 24, was applying for a job as an interpreter when she declined to shake the hand of a male interviewer for religious reasons.
She placed her hand over her heart in greeting instead.
The Swedish labour court ruled the company had discriminated against her and ordered it to pay 40,000 kronor ($4,350; £3,420) in compensation.
Police believe that the attack, which occurred at 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, was directed at the police station which is in the process of being built in the troubled Stockholm suburb. They claim the masked men involved smashed a gate with a car filled with fireworks which they then proceeded to set on fire, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.
Police said Eric Torrell, 20, was acting ‘threateningly’ and had to be fired upon.
Forest fires have raged in Sweden for weeks during the recent prolonged heatwave. According to newspaper, Dagens Nyheter (DN), prosecutors have started hundreds of investigations into the causes of the fires.
For some time now the Gefira Team has been keeping track of the demographic processes that are taking place in Europe, especially in its Western part.
Swedish authorities report growing problems with migrants sending daughters to marry older men abroad, to avoid assimilation and gain European citizenship.
Here’s another entry in the chronicle of Western difficulties assimilating Third World immigrants: Swedish authorities report growing problems with migrants sending young daughters to marry older men abroad, both as a strategy to avoid assimilation and to gain European citizenship. While underage marriage is essentially banned in Sweden, the country recognizes underage marriages conducted abroad.
“People see young girls as their sons’ tickets to Europe,” social worker Zubeyde Demirörs told Politico for a recent article. Demirörs, now 45, was herself forcibly married to a Turkish man 22 years her senior when she was 15.
“What you read about Sweden on alternative news platforms is true. We are facing problems more severe than ever before in our history, where Swedes face a situation of being a minority within 20 years if nothing is done to stop the replacement of our people…What makes the situation even more difficult is, of course, the extreme political correctness that has haunted Sweden for decades, but which is now finally breaking up.” — Gustav Kasselstrand, co-founder and Chairman of the Alternative for Sweden party.
Immigrants can claim the right to seek asylum in Europe if they are married, and so are marrying child brides to assure their EU passport.