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An attempt by the Sweden Democrats (SD) to shed more light on the relation between crime and criminals’ countries of origin, has been blocked by the government.
Justice Minister Morgan Johansson of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, declared he didn’t feel like discussing the topic. In a debate on national TV last Sunday evening Johansson stated that he does not believe a new report on recorded crime and individuals’ origins “would add knowledge with the potential to improve Swedish society,” writes SVT.se.
The last time this politically sensitive issue was surveyed, was back in 2005. It concluded that, compared to natives, foreign borns were twice as likely to be suspected of a crime. People from Gambia and Ghana, were five times more likely to have a run-in with the law.
The increase in sexual assault cases is having a devastating effect on the lives of Swedish women, with between 13 and 14 per cent saying they were afraid of venturing out in the evenings, according to new data.
The number of Swedes claiming to have been sexually assaulted has risen by 70 per cent in two years, with more than 13 per cent of women reporting to be too fearful to go out in the evening.
“…Madam Foreign Minister – You place greater demands on Israel than Sweden.
Madam Foreign Minister – in Göteborg where I live, 109 people have been shot in four years, mostly in areas of exclusion and resignation due to limited living conditions. It is also where the IS has a stronghold, maybe even the biggest and strongest in Europe. It is in Gothenburg where two Swedish terrorists recently were sentenced to life imprisonment for having cut the head of an innocent man and then proudly showed his head up before a camera. This is the city of Gothenburg where we Jews many times recently have needed protection by machine gun-armed police officers who risk their lives to make us feel safe. It is here, in Sweden, that refugee centers burn to the ground every week, where the streets are filled with beggars, where immigrant people crowd into the suburbs, where exclusion and the number of homeless far exceeds Israel. It is in Sweden that Islamism grows. It is in Sweden I cannot, not without danger of my life, can wear my kippa; my little Jewish head covering. It is Sweden who acts as moral preacher and who think they know the answers, and perceive themselves to be more prominently moral than other countries, but without being able to see their own shortcomings,. It is the country that through luck and cowardice has managed to remain on the outside of wars for 200 years and therefore believe that hugs and permissiveness solves all problems…”
More Swedish Multiculturalism.
On Tuesday last week broke a major brawl on the social welfare office in Mönsterås, writes Barometer. Now revealed that the reason was that officials tried to stop a so-called child marriage.
Migrants dissatisfied with the quality of life provided for them by Swedish taxpayers are increasingly speaking out, with one Syrian even accusing Swedes of wanting to kill him and his fellow ‘refugees’.
Five Afghan teenagers have been convicted of gang-raping a boy in Sweden – but none of them will be deported because their homeland is ‘too dangerous’, it has emerged.
The victim, who is under 15, was filmed during the attack, which happened in woodland in Uppsala, south east Sweden.
He was beaten and dragged out to the forest at knife-point before being subjected to an ordeal lasting more than an hour, prosecutors say.
She was sitting there quietly in the middle of the classroom — a Swedish Muslim all dressed in black with a white powdered face. I was lecturing on John Stuart Mill at Sweden’s University West. What did I say? I said that while religion may not be true, it still gives people a sense of belonging and trust, and liberal society cannot give you that. The liberal soup is thin, and most of us want something richer, some kind of political main-course goulash. When people say that liberal society is empty, they actually mean this: I cannot give my life any purpose, so can someone kindly do it for me? Please hand me some grandiose message to live by because I cannot figure out anything on my own. Emptiness? Well, that could be another word for limitless opportunities.
Two days later, the Muslim student sent me an email. She accused me of not being “neutral”. She wrote that I had called religious people “pathetic”. I had not. She accused me of defaming Islam, herself as a woman and as an individual student.
In Sweden, there are a number of Muslim organizations that together constitute what is known as “Muslim civil society” (Muslimska civilsamhället). What is important, when discussing Muslim civil society in Sweden, is their political influence, their ideology and their structure.
A FILMMAKER who was attacked by a gang of migrants in a “no-go” area in a Swedish city has spoken out about the ordeal.
US documentary maker Ami Horowitz travelled to Stockholm to explore how the Swedish capital had changed as a result of the European migrant crisis.
A sound recording captured the dramatic moment when he was allegedly the victim of an “unprovoked attack” after entering the Husby area – a part of the city the police have branded as “no-go”.
Mr Horowitz claimed he was punched, kicked and choked by five migrants who took objection to him filming in the area.
The background to Thursday’s fight with one hundred participants in the small town of Ronneby in Blekinge is an ethnic conflict between Arabs and Afghans, reports the Evening Post.
Between 100 and 150 students in Ronneby smoke shortly after julavslutningen on Thursday together in a fight to Knut Hahnsskolan in the small town of Ronneby. Two were brought by ambulance to the hospital.
Police have been secretive about the background to the incident, but Mayor Roger Fredriksson now report to the Evening Post that it is about an ethnic conflict between Arabs and unaccompanied refugee from Afghanistan.
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There is something really odd going on within Swedish society; a nervousness and a racist rumbling that can only be described as ideologically and intellectually counterintuitive. After a year of political upheaval, nationally and beyond our borders, with the far-right party jumping in the polls and Donald Trump winning an unexpected electoral victory in the US, the liberal intellectuals seem to be struggling to find a reason and a trend that doesn’t state the obvious, and as many times before this results in a renewed interest in the Jewish minority and its place in the country and role in the world.
We saw an example of this trend a few weeks ago in Dagens Nyheter, the largest Swedish daily, publishing an antisemitic cartoon that suggested the Jews had a hand in Trump’s recent victory and in a larger sense, world politics. Rather than backtrack this xenophobic faux pas, the same paper is now choosing to do what it calls an investigative report on the Jewish community of Sweden.
This is the moment a documentary maker says he was punched, kicked and choked by five migrants after entering a ‘no-go’ zone in Stockholm.
US producer Ami Horowitz travelled to the Swedish capital to examine the effects of immigration in the country.
But after entering the Husby area of the city, he claims he was immediately set upon by a gang of men who took objection to him filming.
Three weeks ago, Swedens largest-circulation daily paper, Dagens Nyheter, published a cartoon on Donald Trumps election victory by the popular artist Bard.