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Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 1:45 pm
by Ariel
It is difficult to believe this silly story, it is not Fernando ? But very sad, it really happened because more on-line papers speak of it. Like the Local

It seems the 22-year-old is being charged with "störande av förrättning", the crime of intentionally disrupting a religious or spiritual ceremony - including weddings and funerals. It also outlaws disturbing court cases and certain state proceedings, and is punishable with up to six months in jail according to Sweden's penal code.

The defendant, meanwhile, has denied the charge that he on purpose sounded his horn to disturb the congregation as the call to prayer rang out at the mosque, which lies next to a lake and a car park in the southern suburb. There are no residential properties in the immediate vicinity.

What do you think if this guy had honked his horn outside a Christian church during a service? Would he get the same punishment ?

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 1:51 pm
by Ariel
Sweden offers residency to all Syrian refugees

Swedish migration authorities have ruled that all Syrian asylum seekers who have come to Sweden will be granted permanent residency in light of the worsening conflict in Syria.

Sweden is the first country in the EU to offer permanent residency to refugees from Syria, news agency TT reported.

The decision covers all asylum seekers from Syria who have been granted temporary residency in Sweden for humanitarian protection. They will now receive permanent residence permits, the Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) announced on Tuesday.

Previously, around half of Syrian asylum seekers had been granted permanent residency, with the remaining half receiving three-year residence permits.

The assessment is based on whether a person has an individual or general need for protection. As the situation in Syria has deteriorated and is now "extreme and marked by general violence" with no solution in sight, the agency has judged the poor security situation in Syria to be permanent.

The decision means that the roughly 8,000 Syrians who have temporary residency in Sweden will now be able to stay in the country permanently.

They will also have the right to bring their families to Sweden.

While Malek Laesker, vice-chair of the Syrian Arabian Cultural Association of Sweden (Syrisk arabiska kulturföreningen i Sverige), welcomed the decision, he also warned it could create problems.

"The fact that Sweden is the first country to open its arms is both positive and negative," he told the TT news agency, explaining that it may be a boon for the growing people-smuggling market.

He also expressed concerns that the move will add more fuel to the already inflamed debate about Sweden's immigration policies.

"We already have a crisis around that issue in Sweden. I hope that our politicians solve it in a nice way," he said.

In 2012 and 2013, a total of 14,700 Syrian asylum seekers came to Sweden. Together with Germany, Sweden is the EU country which has accepted the highest number of asylum seekers from the war-torn country.

In its statement, the Migration Board warned that asylum seekers who may be guilty of war crimes or crimes against humanity for their actions in Syria would lose their right to be classified as refugees or in need of protection.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:38 pm
by Ariel
An other very interesting article over Syrian asylum seekers

The Coming Flood of Syrian Refugees to Sweden

Another week, another jaw-dropping development in Sweden. A couple of weeks ago it was the cockamamie “hijab solidarity” campaign, in which non-Muslim women all over the country donned head coverings in tribute to a Muslim woman who claimed a man had yanked hers off. This week, the eyebrow-raising news is that Sweden is offering instant permanent residency to any and all Syrian refugees who apply. These newly minted residents, moreover, will be entitled to bring over their spouses and kids. The reasoning behind this new policy is that the situation in Syria is extremely dangerous right now and not likely to improve anytime soon.

To be sure, even before this announcement Sweden’s asylum policy was extremely openhanded. Sweden has taken in about 15,000 Syrian refugees since 2012, more than any other EU member state. About half of the Syrians who have sought asylum in Sweden so far this year have been granted permanent residency; the other half have been allowed to stay for three years, but will now be able to trade up to permanent status. All told, just under 8000 Syrians are now temporary Swedish residents and will be eligible to stay in Sweden for good.

Before this new policy was announced, the number of Syrians seeking asylum in Sweden was over 1000 a month. But now? The sky’s the limit. Think about it: Syria’s population is 22.5 million, of which about 5000 are fleeing the country every day. More than two million Syrians have fled their country since the civil war began, and there’s no sign of that number abating. As for Sweden, its population is 9.5 million, of which about 1.5 million are foreign-born and about 2.5 million have foreign backgrounds. Earlier this year, Swedish Migration Minister Tobias Billström called current immigration levels “unsustainable” – only to be quickly shut down by Integration Minister Erik Ullenhag, who assured all and sundry that Sweden had no plans to tighten its immigration rules.

What Syrian wouldn’t take Sweden up on such an offer? It means not only a residency card but also an elaborate benefits package including free money, housing, health care, day care – you name it.

Before this week Sweden’s immigration policy was already suicidal; it’s hard not to see the new policy as an effort to turn slow-motion self-slaughter into something more like a leap off a cliff. The sheer numbers aside, how many of the newcomers will be members of Al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, and so on? The main reason for the three-year temporary residency was that Swedish authorities needed time to do background checks. Have they decided to abandon those checks entirely?

When I read about the new policy, my first thought was that surely there must be somebody in Sweden who’s standing up and shouting: “Stop! Are we all crazy?” So I looked at the editorial pages of a few Swedish newspapers. Nope. The editors of Aftonbladet, for example, complained that Sweden hadn’t gone far enough, and lamented the fact that the rest of Europe wasn’t joining in. Noting that European countries have taken in about 40,000 Syrians, the editors complained that this wasn’t nearly sufficient. “We have built,” they complained, “a ‘Fortress Europe.’”

Yes, “Fortress Europe.” Pause for a moment to take that one in. Over the last couple of generations, Western Europe has welcomed immigrants from the Muslim world on a scale such as the world has never seen. The continent has been transformed in ways that would have been unimaginable a few decades ago. Yet in the view of Aftonbladet‘s editors – and, rest assured, of the Swedish establishment generally – Europe has behaved like a fortress. Summed up in these two words, these twin trochees – “Fortress Europe” – is the very madness of Sweden.

Aftonbladet‘s editors called on Sweden to pressure other EU countries to copy the new policy, and proposed that it make a more active effort to bring Syrians to its shores, namely by plucking them up at refugee camps in Syria and shipping them to Sweden from there. “Sweden can help. We have the knowledge and resources,” the editors of Aftonbladet wrote. “The question is whether we want to.”

Their counterparts at Sydsvenskan concurred, calling on other EU countries to follow Sweden’s lead. Dagen‘s editors, calling the new policy an “excellent decision,” hoped it would set a good example for other countries and that “generosity” would continue to characterize Sweden’s approach to the refugee issue. And at Dagens Nyheter, columnist Eric Helmerson also gave the new policy a thumbs-up. “When your neighbors’ house is on fire,” he argued, “you open your door to them.” He, too, lamented the lack of “solidarity” (as he put it) that other EU members were exhibiting: “It’s scandalous that so many wealthy, peaceful countries are looking away from people in the most severe distress.” He singled out for special criticism certain Swedish municipalities that have hesitated to take in more refugees – partly because of the high cost of maintaining refugees, and partly because of the crime and other social problems that they bring with them. While acknowledging that such difficulties exist, Helmerson insisted that “it is deeply cynical to assume that the problems are insoluble and thus shirk responsibility and compassion.”

Columnist Ivar Arpi at Svenska Dagbladet joined in the applause for the new policy, calling it “irreproachable.” Striking an unexpected realistic note, however, he pointed out that Sweden’s municipalities just don’t have enough housing or the financial resources to take care of newcomers properly. Plus a fact, the Swedish job market is just plain terrible, with sky-high levels of unemployment, especially among the foreign-born.

How, then, does Sweden expect to pay to house and feed all these refugees? An article that appeared a couple of weeks ago provided an answer. The headline was blunt: “Malmö takes from the old and the sick and gives to immigrants.” The thrust of the report was that the city of Malmö, desperate to find a way to cover its ever-rising expenditures on immigrants (it spends $15 million a year on mother-tongue schooling alone), has proposed severe cuts in outlays for sick and elderly native Swedes.

Remember that we’re talking here about a country where the chief justification for high taxes is a generous welfare system that provides a safety net for the unemployed, the ill, and the elderly. Swedes are brought up to view themselves as partners in a covenant with the state: pay your way when you’re able to, and you’ll be taken care of when and if you aren’t. Yet in Malmö, thanks to the soaring costs associated with immigration, the local government can no longer keep its end of the deal.

Consequently, it has proposed that nursing-home fees be raised significantly; that free meals in nursing homes be phased out, forcing residents to cover their own food costs; that senior citizens who until now have been receiving free home care be forced to pay for it; that the elderly poor, who now receive discounts on various health-care services based on their income, be compelled to shell out the full price; and that old people who aren’t ambulatory, and thus can’t make it to a clinic, be charged extra for house calls. As for old people who simply don’t have the money to pay for food, shelter, or vital medical treatment, they’ll be forced to “abase themselves before municipal officials by asking to be exempt from the fees.”

Meanwhile, the Swedish government has ordered that illegal immigrants be given free medical and dental care.

Seen from abroad, it’s very clear where all this is leading. Why can’t the Swedes see it themselves? ... to-sweden/

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 4:22 pm
by Ariel
Sweden Democrat ballot papers are systematically stolen.

"If you want to vote for the Sweden Democrats in Sweden’s up-coming church elections and happen to live in Malmö, you are in for some difficulties. Time and again SD’s ballot papers are missing from the polling stations and when representatives of the party deliver new ones, they mysteriously disappear.
– The Danes are right. Sweden’s election system is not sufficiently secure, says Jörgen Grubb from the Sweden Democrats in Malmö."

Source: ... n/?lang=en

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 7:33 am
by Ibn Rushd
I've read some blogs from Saudi and Turkey, and they are against the loud speakers on mosques there. They broadcast the entire sermon at max. volume. From what I was able to understand, most people did not attend mosque, except for Ramadan at night or some special holiday. In future when Sweden is all loudly broadcast from the minarets, they are going to wonder why they did it in the first place, and why they didn't follow the example of those in Muslim countries who went against it before them.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 1:06 pm
by Ariel
Following its announcement that all asylum applications from Syria would be granted by default, Sweden has received 2000 bids for asylum in the last seven days. There is said to be panic in the government's migration agency. This information comes from an anonymous insider who, for some time, has been divulging the secrets of the Migration Board via a Twitter feed. It can't be said for certain that the author is genuine, but his/her information has proved to be reliable in the past.


Source : ... pa-verket/

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 1:23 pm
by Ariel
Ahhh more information about the asylum applications.

Confused Syrians queue at Swedish embassies

Hundreds of Syrians are left disappointed each day after their misunderstanding of Sweden's move to give permanent residence to Syrians in Sweden has left them waiting in long lines outside Swedish embassies.

The refugees are lining up in their hundreds outside the Swedish embassies in Egypt, Jordan and Turkey.

"People are coming to the gates in the belief that all Syrians will be allowed to come to Sweden," Charlotta Ozaki Macias at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs told the Dagens Nyheter newspaper.

Earlier this month, Swedish migration authorities ruled that all Syrian asylum seekers in Sweden will be granted permanent residency in light of the worsening conflict in Syria.

The ruling means that their relatives also have the right to come to Sweden, however, they must find their own way here to seek asylum, and cannot simply head to the Swedish embassy.

Sweden was the first country in the EU to offer permanent residency to refugees from Syria, with the Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) granting the permits on a case by case basis, fully aware of the risks of war criminals seeking asylum in Sweden.

There are around 8,000 Syrians in Sweden currently with temporary residence who will now be offered permanent residence permits.

In 2012 and 2013, a total of 14,700 Syrian asylum seekers came to Sweden. Together with Germany, Sweden is the EU country which has accepted the highest number of asylum seekers from the war-torn country.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Sep 14, 2013 11:09 pm
by Fernando
Talking of Sweden, what became of the hijab attackers? Does the fact that it's gone quiet mean that investigations have got nowhere? Or should a cynic wonder whether they've uncovered something that the authorities would prefer to hide? I haven't had time to research this lately.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:53 am
by Ariel
Fernando wrote:Talking of Sweden, what became of the hijab attackers? .

Nothing found om internet Fernando. I guess they still have not found the white racist male. :clueless: And I guess they will never find him.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 8:10 pm
by Ariel
Sweden: Film released in Arabic to teach basic hygiene to immigrants

Step forward, helpful Swedish government, with a film intended to teach the rudiments of hygiene to the "New Swedes". This film, funded by the EU Integration Fund, was made by organisations in Malmo and Lund. Another similar film was made for Uppsala, but this time in Somali.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:40 pm
by Ariel
This relates to Flemingsberg, an immigrant-colonised suburb of Stockholm.

Sweden: "My God, it's as if we live in a lawless country"

Window smashed, people beaten and the Post refusing to distribute letters. Unrest in Flemingsberg continues.

Now the municipality wants to see a local police office in the area.

"No one wants to stay here any more. It's too insecure," says Anja, a resident of Terapivägen.

In early summer the Mitt local newspaper reported on how youth gangs in the area burned cars and harassed residents and postmen so they ended up not wanted to deliver the mail anymore.

Since then Anja thinks it had just got worse. "Young people have taken over the neighbourhood," she says.

"A few weeks ago, a young man threatened me and my son when we were out in the yard. One guy kicked me on my chest," says Anja, who wishes to remain anonymous out of fear of the young people.

She called police, which led to the youths leaving the site.

"My son got very scared. Now he doesn't dare to go out anymore."

About a week ago Anja heard a bang in the living room. Someone had thrown a large rock through the window. Glass splinters covered the place at the computer where she likes to sit.

"My God, it's gone too far. It's as if we live in a lawless country. I am very scared now and hardly dare sleep."

She thinks the police need to be more present in the area.

In a letter to the county police, Huddinge Municipality has now asked about the possibility of getting a police office directly in Flemingsberg.

"Local police agencies increase security. We already have one in the west and one in the East and now one is needed in Flemingsberg also," said Christian Ottosson (C), chairman of Huddinge Crime Prevention Advice.

...But according to the local police chief Christer Johansson, it is not possible to set up a police office in Flemingsberg.

"I understand that you want this, but the Södertörns Police has budget is in deficit by many millions, so we there is no scope for it." ... ve-in.html


Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:49 pm
by Ariel
Jesus, Mohammed — Same Thing!

I suppose it’s no surprise that the Swedish Church has sunk to this level — we are, after all, talking about Sweden. However, when a bishop of the church is unwilling to indicate a preference for Jesus over Mohammed, perhaps it’s time for the entire hierarchy to step down and look for another line of work. They could sell off their churches for use as day-care centers — or mosques.

Many thanks to Kepiblanc for translating this article from Fria Tider:

Mohammed as Good as Jesus, According to Swedish Bishops

When the candidates for archbishop in the upcoming election were asked if Jesus gives a truer picture of God than Mohammed the answers were somewhat evasive. It was the straw that broke the camel’s back for one of the Swedish Church’s leading theologians, who is now leaving the church in protest.

The priest and professor Eva Hamberg has had enough of the Swedish Church, which she describes as more and more secularized , politicized and intolerant. On June 14th next year Anders Wejryd, an archbishop in the Swedish Church, will retire. The process of appointing his successor has begun, and on Tuesday the first round of the elections for archbishop will take place. Accordingly, last week a public hearing took place where the candidates were given the opportunity to explain how they understand various theological issues, among other things.

“Does Jesus give a truer description of God than Mohammed?” was one of the questions.

The only one of the four candidates in this hearing who answered “yes” to that question was Ragnar Persenius — the current bishop in Uppsala. The others seemed uncertain.

“One cannot reduce the entirety of theology, especially how different religions relate to one another, into a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ question. It is a violation of a great deal of knowledge and experience,” said bishop Antje Jackelén, by many observers considered the most likely candidate to win the election.

But now one of the Swedish Church’s leading theologians, the priest and professor Eva Hamberg, directs a devastating criticism towards the vague answers from the candidates.

“Just asking them that question, whether Jesus gives a truer description of God than Mohammed, and being unable to give a clear answer but instead evading the question, means that the Church of Sweden diverts from the common church of the world. When I was ordained a question like that would be unthinkable,” says Eva Hamberg to Church News.

So now Eva Hamberg has decided to leave Church of Sweden after more than thirty years as a priest. She cannot take responsibility for what she describes as an increasingly rapid secularization and politicization of the church. Hamberg also believes that there is a widespread intolerance within the church against members who represent a more traditional Christianity, for example, the opponents of female priests and people who do not accept same-sex marriages. ... ame-thing/

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 7:06 pm
by Fernando
I take it the hijab-bashing story has gone cold for good. We'll never be told whether or not it was the woman's husband. Are people to be blamed if they assume that that claim was true?

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 2:26 pm
by Ariel
There are many NO-GO areas in Sweden, where even the firefighters won’t go without a police escort. Native Swedes in the area won’t go outside after dark alone. Violence, vandalism, and car burnings by Muslim immigrants have become a nightly occurrence now.

Seen on the wall in a Muslim area “He who kills a policeman will go to Paradise”

After seeing the above video, it’s hard to believe the Swedish prime minister recently said: “MORE mass immigration will save the future of Sweden.”

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:36 pm
by Ariel
Refugee-shy towns hit out at new asylum bill

Swedish municipalities are set to be forced to welcome more asylum seekers following a new bill introduced by the Swedish Migration Board with some saying it will be difficult to find housing for the influx.

The bill, which comes into force next year, allows underage asylum seekers who come to Sweden without parents or guardians to reside in the country.

At present 50 Swedish municipalities don't have an agreement with the Migration Board (Migrationsverket) and are scrambling to find a solution before the law comes into effect.

"They are forcing us to come up with solutions that don't exist and those kind of solutions are never good," said Agneta Bode, who chairs the social welfare board in the Arboga municipality, central Sweden, to the Swedish Radio Ekot programme.

Bode added that her municipality of 13,000 would struggle to cope with a refugee influx due to a housing shortage.

Under the new law the Migration Board gets to decide where the asylum seekers live. Municipalities who don't presently have any refugees will host the first set of new arrivals and are unable to appeal the decision.

As well as providing housing the legislation means the municipalities are also responsible for the welcome ceremony for the new refugees and their general care.

The Swedish government covers the costs incurred by the municipalities with compensation pay outs.

Many municipalities are participating with the program such as Katrineholm, eastern Sweden, which has 33,000 total residents.

"The resistance to accept people coming from war and disasters increases when a municipality may take on too much responsibility," said local government commissioner Göran Dahlström to the Ekot programme.

In 2005, Sweden received about 500 applications from underage asylum seekers. For 2013, the authorities estimate that they will process 4,000 cases in total.

When the bill was proposed in May, Sweden's Migration Minister Tobias Billström said it was to speed up the waiting process for children.

"There are quite simply too many children that have to wait too long to get a place, because there aren't enough places in the system,"he told the TT news agency.

"That's because too few municipalities have offered places to the Migration Board (Migrationsverket)," Billström added.

A spokesperson for Migrationsverket told Ekot that each municipality will likely be expected to welcome around 10 underage asylum seekers starting with the 50 municipalities who have to reach an agreement with the Migration Board.

"A bit into next year children will be assigned to virtually all of the municipalities in Sweden," said Ronny Magnusson.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:52 pm
by Ariel
Swedes unhappy with immigrant integration

Foreigners aren't well-integrated into Stockholm and Malmö according to a new survey on the quality of life in European cities.

The survey was carried out on behalf of the European Commission, with over 40,000 people across Europe rating how satisfied they are with their own cities.

According to the report, 88 percent of Stockholmers think the presence of foreigners is good for a city while in Malmö that figure is 78 percent.

However, there was a significant difference in perceived integration levels, with Swedish respondents overwhelmingly stating that they didn't think immigrants were well-integrated in society.

Thirty-eight percent of Stockholm residents think immigrants are integrated well, with 26 percent of Malmö dwellers answering the same for their city, a 9 percent-drop compared to the 2009 survey.

Of all the cities included in the study, the two Swedish cities showed the highest discrepancy between the percentage of respondents who were favourable toward foreigners and those who thought they were well-integrated.

"In Stockholm and Malmö – where the presence of foreigners is perceived as a good thing by a majority of respondents – there is also a majority who disagree that foreigners who live in the city are well-integrated," the researchers wrote.

"Malmö and Stockholm recorded discrepancies of respectively 52 and 50 points."

The two Swedish cities topped the discrepancy stakes on this question ahead of Munich and Helsinki.

A total of 79 European cities were used in the analysis. It included all capital cities of the countries concerned, apart from Switzerland, together with between one and six of the larger cities in each respective country. Around 500 citizens per city were interviewed.

The findings on Swedes' attitudes toward integration echo those of Transatlantic Trends study released last month by the German Marshall fund.

Among other things, the study found that Swedes have a more favourable opinion of immigration than they do of the actual integration process, and that 64 percent had concerns about how the government was handling immigration issues.

:lol: How silly. I do not know what the Swedes expects of all the imported immigrant. Sweden has invited lots of Somalis . Somalis are the fastest growing immigrant group in Sweden, but only one in five has found work. The Swedes can't expect that people from an third world country with a different religion and some strange habits will turn in original Swedes. They will never integrate but they shall try to change Sweden into a replica of the third world.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 3:43 pm
by Ariel
Question. Who payed for those wapons?

Swedish imam smuggles weapons to Syria: report

A Swedish imam has smuggled large quantities of weapons to rebels in Syria, a crime punishable by up to four years in prison.

Sources told Sveriges Radio (SR) that the Syrian-born man was one of the rebels' key weapons suppliers and that he had been bringing arms into the civil war-torn country for the last 18 months.

SR named the suspected arms dealer as Haytham Rahmeh and claimed he purchased weapons primarily in Libya, but also made purchases in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The arms have then been transported through Turkey and into the hands of rebels in Syria.

Raphaël Lefèvre, a researcher at Cambridge University who has interviewed Rahmeh, told SR that Rahmed has made frequent appearances among the Syrian opposition and has been open about sending weapons to the rebels via an organization known as the Commission for Civilian Protection.

"It's no secret that this group sends weapons to Syria," Lefèvre told SR.

For several years, Rahmeh was an imam at the Stockholm mosque located near Medborgarplatsen in the city centre. He also served as the chair of a European organization for imams before shifting his focus toward assisting Syrian rebels.

Thomas Tjäder, a security expert at the Swedish Agency for Non-Proliferation and Export Controls (Inspektionen för strategiska produkter - ISP) explained that smuggling weapons into Syria was a breach of Swedish arms control laws punishable by up to four years in prison.

The law applies to all Swedish citizens and registered residents, regardless of whether the weapons pass through Sweden or not, Tjäder told SR. The EU export embargo to Syria entails policing at national level, he explained, meaning that it was Sweden's job to probe potential breaches.

Nazir Hakim, head of the Commission for Civilian Protection, confirmed that Rahmeh has fundraised for the group and that some of the money collected went toward the purchase of weapons. He claimed, however, that the arms were bought inside Syria and not imported from Libya.

"We've purchased two boatloads of milk from Libya," he told SR.

SR quoted several sources, however, who claimed the group has imported weapons from Libya. ... ria-report

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 8:33 pm
by Fernando
Can anyone answer a couple of questions for me please?
1) Who is there in Syria to sell weapons to the rebels - has anyone but the government got some to sell?
2) What is the dairy industry in Libya like, that they can spare two boatloads of milk for Syria? Remember that most of the population of both countries may well be unable to digest unfermented milk after childhood. During which, being 3rd world, their main source will be from their mothers anyway.
Just wondering. :clueless:

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 12:44 am
by Ariel
Anti-whites attack Swedes in Stockholm.

Great, you invite them in your country, you feed and house them, give them money, and this is how they repay you.

After nearly 199 years of peace, the people of Sweden had forgotten how to defend themselves. They have lost the natural instinct of self defense. If the people in Swede want to survive and ensure a reasonable future to their children and grand children, they have to learn to fight again. Fighting for their rights and lives.

Re: News from Sweden.

PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 12:46 am
by Ariel
Sverigedemokraterna (The Sweden Democrats) is known for being critical against Islam and Muslim immigration:

"Tuesday night a Swedish politician from Sverigedemokraterna discovered a small explosive device on his car, and he called the police when it detonated around three o'clock.
Police believe the motive may be that the man is a member of the party that is ideologically aligned with the Danish People's Party.
'- It was a small explosive charge, and it damaged the steel and glass. He is a member of the party and we believe that this may be the reason,' says Mats Gloss Berg from Uddevalle police to Aftonbladet.
On Sunday night another person associated with Sverigedemokraterna was subjected to a criminal threat.
'- Somebody broke a window and wrote something on his two cars, and put letter in the mailbox,' says Mats Gloss Berg."