’16-year-old Ali was convicted in February of child rape after he printed up a 13 year old girl against a wall at Toleredsskolan in Gothenburg and forced her to oral sex. The crime took place in July, 2016.
Unrest broke out on Sunday evening in Kronogården in Trollhättan. Most young people should have fired rockets toward including guardians and some 30 police officers are allowed to go to the district. According to police, the situation had calmed down at 22 o’clock.
– There are young people who are firing rockets and fires of tires, said Joakim Hansson at the police control, to Swedish Television News during the evening.
The disturbances occurred around the Kronogården, and in particular at Chronograph Farm square. According to the police, it has moved on around 30 young people.
– It started with social unrest among young people and then they fired rockets at security guards, says Göran Carlbom, duty officer at the police’s Western Region.
“Young people” – they will never admit what they have allowed into their midst: foreign invaders hellbent on taking over.
Sweden’s Minister for Justice and Migration, Morgan Johansson, is criticised and ridiculed in social media after he on Twitter posted a picture of himself and a group of unaccompanied refugee children.
Johansson had wisely (and suddenly) termed the “children” youths on Twitter, or the ridicule would probably be even more relentless.
Sweden has accepted more refugees per capita than any other European country. At the height of the European refugee crisis in 2015, Sweden accepted 10,000 refugees per week. Sweden’s liberal immigration policy is honourable, but it does not come without problems. As social problems increase, Sweden’s far right party, the Sweden Democrats (SD) are gaining territory and will likely be the major winner in the next election.
Two teenage boys who raped a girl remain at the school, while the girl must be taught elsewhere. All three are victims, says the Principal, who did not provide any information to parents that two rapists were among their children – “it would have raised a concern.”
Several Swedish women and girls have this weekend become the victim of gang rapes, rapes, and other forms of sexual violence. Increasingly, girls and women are publicly questioning the ‘normality’ of the harassment that for many of them seems to virtually have become a part of daily life.
“The problem is approaching the size of legal scandal,” one of the commenting prosecutors said, while another stated that “serious criminals are set free because we’re awaiting the response of the NFC.”
Alarm after alarm came to the rescue services last night, as several car fires raged in Märsta in northern Stockholm. The scale of the fires was so large that emergency services had to call for reinforcements from neighboring municipalities. A police helicopter was deployed to try to find the suspects.
If you think we’ve never been safer than today, then you’ll probably read the wrong papers. Chief prosecutor Pär Andersson talks of a system that is ready to fall apart. He uses the term “systemic collapse” when the newspaper calls to ask questions. And he provides many examples of what no longer works as it should.
Ylva Johansson was giving an interview on the BBC News channel when she said there was no connection between crime and immigration and the level of rape in Sweden is “going down, and going down, and going down.”
“The level of rapes is not actually high in Sweden”, she also said, after attacking former UKIP leader Nigel Farage – who recently said Malmo was the “rape capital of Europe” – claiming he “doesn’t really know what he is talking about.”
However, it appears Ms. Johansson isn’t so well informed herself. The latest figures show a 13 per cent increase in reported sex crimes in Sweden in 2016, and there has been a general increase over the past ten years.
“The government wants a more stable staff supply system and to boost its military capability because the security situation has changed,” Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist told TT news agency on Thursday.
After Trump called attention to the rising tide of migrant crime in Sweden last week, independent journalist Tim Pool decided to head to Stockholm for a first-hand look at the “crime-ridden migrant suburb” of Rinkeby. Unfortunately, upon arrival Pool didn’t get to do much investigating before arousing the suspicion of a couple of masked men who proceeded to follow him through the streets eventually leading to his prompt police escort out of the city out of fear for his crew’s safety.