‘Sweden Cedes More Territory To Segregationists’

“The {Mohammedan} violence against us in the police and the paramedics and firefighters, has become much worse. We’re talking about stone throwing, violence, fires. It has become much worse in recent years.” 

“The last remaining station in the troubled Järva area will most likely have to close, police sources have said, due to lack of staff.

“The police station in Kista is the only one still open in the Järva area, in which lie the suburbs of Rinkeby, Tensta, and Husby — ‘migrant’ {‘Muslim’}-dominated neighbourhoods classed by Sweden’s ‘National Police Operations Department’ (NOA) as “vulnerable{“Vulnerable”? See below…}

“According to police sources, the move to close the station has already begun, and there are no plans for it to be reopened. Officers who work at Kista station will be moved to police headquarters in Solna.

“Leading terror researcher Magnus Ranstorp called the decision to close Kista’s police station a “disaster”, tweeting,

“They should open four more instead!”

“Approached for comment, Stockholm area regional police chief Ulf Johansson said he was not “fully up to date” with details regarding the station’s closure, but told SVT

“the premises in Kista left a lot to be desired when it comes to the work environment”.
{What B.S. Your men and women are too scared to work there anymore…}

“In March, plans to replace Rinkeby’s police station, which closed in 2014, were put on hold because construction companies feared for the safety of their workforce in the majority migrant suburb, which is notorious for gang and gun crime.

“Last year, ‘Breitbart London’ reported how Sweden’s police were facing a “major crisis”, with up to three officers quitting each day and 80% of the force considering switching careers due to the danger they face in the field.

“The violence against us in the police and the paramedics and firefighters, has become much worse. We’re talking about stone throwing, violence, fires. It has become much worse in recent years,”

Swedish police Sergeant Peter Larsson told Norwegian state broadcaster ‘NRK’. 

“Police officers, who wished to remain anonymous, slammed the move, saying it will have a negative effect on residents.

“It is terrible that we can’t be close to the citizens, and sad and shameful to move the police station,” a source told ‘SVT’.

“It hurts to know that residents will not be able to get the help and support they need,” said a police source. “This station has been important to the area.”

“Lamenting how police are “moving further and further away from citizens, another source said it is a shame the station will be closed, noting:

“Officers gained a lot of local knowledge working in Kista, and residents had confidence in us. We lose all that now.”

“Describing the station’s closure as “embarrassing”, another officer who works in Kista said staff

“have lost all hope in the idea that our politicians are going to spend money on the police”.

“Look at how the results have been, it’s terrible,”

added the source, alluding to a report leaked last week which showed the number of neighbourhoods classed as “vulnerable” by Swedish police has risen from 15 to 23 in just two years. {See below…}.

“Police forces “find it difficult to carry out [their] mission” in neighbourhoods classed as “vulnerable”, according to NOA’s research, for a number of reasons which include

“an unwillingness of the population to participate in legal proceedings”.

–‘Last Remaining Police Station in Migrant-Dominated Swedish Suburbs Forced to Close’,
VIRGINIA HALE, Breitbart, 20 June 2017


Rinkeby, Stockholm (Global Look Press)

“A new report from the Swedish police lists eight additional areas as being “especially vulnerable“, where it is more difficult for law enforcement and other emergency services to do their job.

“In 2015, the Swedish police released a report describing 53 districts throughout the country as “vulnerable {Lol…} and 15 listed as “especially vulnerable“. Vulnerable areas are described as having high rates of crime and poverty where police face unique challenges and have to adapt their approach. These neighborhoods ‘may’ {? ‘do’!} also host violent religious extremism {called ‘Islam’}, and locals don’t report crime to police for fear of retribution.

“The new report, which has not yet been made public but was seen by journalists from the newspaper ‘DN’, adds eight more areas to the list, raising the number to 23.

“These new areas are in the cities of Boras, Gothenburg, Landskrona, Malmö, Uppsala and in the capital, Stockholm.

“According to Linda Staaf, head of the national police NOA’s intelligence department, these areas should have been classified as “especially vulnerable” earlier, but there was not enough information on them available…

“Police have asked for more resources in dealing with these ‘troubled’ neighborhoods.

“We know how to work when it comes to the problems in this area and our two previous ‘especially vulnerable’ areas, that’s not the problem. But in order to do that in the right way we ought to be at least another hundred staff,” Malmö police chief Stefan Sintéus told ‘DN’.

These areas, which often host a large immigrant or foreign-born population {largely Muslim}, have been described as “no-go zones” by media. But this label has been rejected by the Swedish police, who admit that while there are ‘difficulties’ in certain neighborhoods, they are not ones in which they cannot effectively work. The label has also been criticized as being a hyperbole that compares parts of a prosperous, industrial nation — with a still-relatively-low crime rate — to a war zone.

“But for some service providers at least, the term “no-go zones” is more literal. In March, the President of Sweden’s ambulance union called for enhanced security for his personnel when working in the so-called “no-go zones”, saying first responders need “special” military-grade equipment to withstand the dangers of the mainly-migrant {Muslim}-populated areas. And in April, the government-owned postal service ‘PostNord’ has halted mail delivery to some addresses near the troubled Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby {See below…}, where a large-scale riot took place earlier this year.”

–‘8 more areas in Sweden added to list of so-called ‘no-go zones’’,
RT, 12 June, 2017


Yet another example of a violent Somali Muslim community:

“Government-owned postal service ‘PostNord’ has halted mail delivery to some addresses near the immigrant-dominated Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby – a “no-go zone” known for frequent riots, car burnings and a recent attack on police pursuing a terrorist suspect.

“There has been trouble in the area, and we have put in place protective measures to ensure the safety of our employees,”

Maria Ibsen, ‘PostNord’s spokesperson, told several local media outlets after they reported the story.

“The joint Swedish-Danish-owned postal company decided to stop delivering mail, packages, and leaflets to 200 households in the district of Hjulsta adjacent to Rinkeby on the outskirts of the Swedish capital on March 29. Ibsen admitted that local residents, who were now forced to pick up their mail from a nearby post office branch between the hours of 7 and 10 am, had repeatedly complained since then…

“It’s a highly unusual action, I’ve never seen it happen before,” Camilla Tornkvist, area manager for ‘PostNord’, told ‘Svenska Dagbladet’ newspaper. “It’s been messy and escalating, and after an incident, we took this decision, together with our chief safety officer.”

“Rinkeby’s population is 90% first or second-generation immigrant {mainly Muslim} and its name has long become a byword for a “no-go ghetto” among Swedes, though ‘Little Mogadishu’ {Somali capital} is a more colorful nickname.

Its police station was shut down three years ago after repeated attacks, and local authorities are in the process of constructing a new Iraq-style fortified, bulletproof structure, though they have reportedly failed to find a contractor brave enough to risk attacks on its staff during building works.

Despite limited policing, Rinkeby boasts a higher official crime rate than any other Stockholm suburb and was the stage for a large-scale riot that broke out after police arrested a ‘rapper’ charged with handling firearms in February. Cars were torched, and rioters broke into and raided a supermarket.

Dozens of smaller riots have taken place in the area over the past decade, and TV crews that have used the area as a window into immigration issues in the country have often been assaulted themselves. The ‘Daily Mail’ reported last week that a police patrol charged with tracking down the address of Rakhmat Akilov, who killed four people in a truck attack in Stockholm on April 7, were pelted with stones by residents.

“More than 150,000 immigrants entered the country in 2015, and again in 2016, meaning that the country of 10 million people has accommodated more newcomers per capita than any other in Europe in that period.”

–‘‘For our staff’s safety’: Sweden’s postal service limits mail delivery to ‘no-go’ migrant district’,
RT, 11 April, 2017


VIDEO – Rinkeby Riots:

Feb., 2017:
“Cars were set on fire, police were pelted with stones and civilians were beaten up as violent clashes broke out between rioters and law enforcement in the Stockholm district of Rinkeby on Monday night…

“The violence was reportedly instigated after police arrested a wanted person at a metro station in Rinkeby at around 8pm…

“Video footage from the night of destruction shows large crowds gathered and several cars engulfed in flames. Firefighters can also be seen tackling the blazing wrecks as strong winds whip flames in all directions.

“A police officer was injured during the fracas, forcing law enforcement to fire several warning shots, according to Swedish public service broadcaster ‘SVT’…

“Benjamin Dousa, a ‘Moderate’ politician from Rinkeby, told ‘Expressen.se’ that riots and car burnings are part of everyday life in the district.

“On average, we have one riot in the month, a car fire per day, and the most shootings across the country,”

he claimed, before alleging that there are between 800-1,000 professional criminal youth in Rinkeby and some surrounding areas…”

–‘Dramatic footage shows cars ablaze in Swedish riot’,
RT, 21 Feb, 2017


“The burning cars are a metaphor for the impact of Muslim immigration on Sweden and the West.” 
“Europe has many fine traditions. Its newest tradition is the burning car. Why burn cars? Because, as George Mallory once said of mountains, they’re there. There are lots of cars around and if you’re a member of a perpetually-unemployed tribe that wandered up north and forages on social services, you might as well do something to pass the time.

“Burning houses is a lot of work and house fires spread. Car fires are simpler. In a welfare state, everyone has houses but not everyone has cars. Burning cars is a way to stick it to those who work for a living. It’s also a way to drive off the members of the sickly Swedish tribe and claim the area for your own. And it’s also fun.

“Either you have a plan for buying a car or for burning a car. Considering the Muslim unemployment rates in Sweden, France and everywhere else, it’s safe to say the car burners don’t have future plans that involve saving up for a car or taking out a loan for a car or finding work. Cars are things that they steal, either the usual way or by defrauding social services. They might get a car by dealing drugs, but those cars are disposable. One day, they’ll have to burn them anyway.

“If you’re the product of an industrialized culture, then you think of a car as a product of work. You realize that it’s the product of countless raw materials, that the metals had to be dug out of the earth, that the machines that make it had to be assembled and that men had to stand around putting that into place. And you might be one of those men. And if you aren’t, then you might know someone who is.

“But if you come from a pre-industrial culture which may have factories, PhDs and cars, but no sense of the connection between product, innovation and effort, then why not burn a car or a city? Things fall into the category of that which you and your family own… and that which they do not. Anything in the latter category may be stolen or vandalized because it has no value.

“The notion of a painting in a museum or a scientific principle or an eagle soaring over a lake having value is an abstract notion to you. Value to you is your own identity. A painting is valuable if you own it. If it sits in a museum, then you can either steal it or burn down the museum. The principle is worthless unless you can cash in on it. The eagle is worthless unless you can kill it or identify with it.

“Some people would call that savagery, but that sort of talk is politically incorrect. And we all know that there are no such things as savages. The true savages are the people who use scientific principles to make cars and then use the money to commission paintings of soaring eagles for museums because they are greedy exploiters of the planet. On the other hand, the noble savages whose herds of sheep and goats turn fertile land into desert, who burned the great libraries of civilization and who believe that the hair of women emits rays that passing airplanes have to be protected from, are close to nature.

“A car is just a metaphor. You drive it to work because you work somewhere. You drive it on family vacations because you don’t get to spend enough time with your family because you and they are all doing things. You’re not sitting around your house with your two wives and eleven kids plotting new ways to scam social services. You go places because you’re still the product of a culture that likes the idea of new frontiers. Your car isn’t exactly Columbus’ flagship, but it takes you places. It’s a sign of progress. That’s why you own cars, instead of burning them.

Civilization is not a product, it’s a process. You can’t export it. You can ship a bunch of cars to Somalia, but you can’t ship the process that makes a culture build a car. You can hand out PhD’s to them based on knowledge and test-taking skills, but you can’t endow them with a respect for ideas. You can set up democratic elections in Afghanistan and Egypt, but you can’t export the process that explains why the elections shouldn’t be abolished after the side with the most guns wins.

“That’s just as true of a lot of the second and third generation immigrants who are no more Swedes than the South Africans became Africans or the English settlers of the American Colonies became Indians. They may own ‘iPhones’, dye their hair and listen to the same music that you do, but they often don’t have the same assumptions. They bought the product, but not the process. They can drive cars and when they get bored, they can burn them, because they aren’t their cars. They’re your cars.

“And the hair dye and the music and the democratic elections aren’t theirs, either. Those are things they took from you and if they get bored with them, they’ll put on Hijabs, ban music and go back to tyranny, because what they have is a product, not a process. They walked into the movie in the middle and they like some of it, but it’s confusing and they don’t understand why the hero doesn’t just shoot the villain in the head, take his woman and then raise a dozen children in his lair.

“After the riots die down and the fires are put out, there will be more talk about integrating them, but what are they being integrated into; a culture that doesn’t resist when their cars are torched? Why would they want to join a culture that leaves you unable to protect what is yours? Why would anyone join a culture that makes you so weak and impotent that anyone can come and take what belongs to you?

“It’s a movie that makes sense if you were there back in the 19th century, but not if you suddenly walked in around 1965 or 1995. It’s the outcome of a historical process that is hard to explain to people who were never part of the process. They know how the story came out, but not why it matters. And even if they could, their priorities are different. They didn’t come here to meld into some gelatinous brotherhood of man, but to make life better for their clans.

“Most people plan for the future, they just do it in different ways. In Sweden, they plan to buy a car. In Iraq or Somalia, they plan to have eight kids. In Sweden, there isn’t supposed to be a biological tribe anymore. Everyone is meant to belong to the ‘progressive’ transnational tribe which lets you have the good things in life so long as you make some kind of vague commitment to pay more and share them with others. But the savages of Stockholm already have a tribe. And their tribe isn’t big on sharing and is a lot more useful in a tight spot.

“While the Swedes save up for cars, the Iraqis scam social services for their eight kids. And the demographics suggest that eight kids and no cars beats two cars and one child. Keep multiplying those numbers and the future will have fewer Swedes and fewer cars and a lot more bored Iraqi kids running through what used to be genteel suburbs, looking for Swedes or cars to burn.

The native multiculturalists are post-tribal, but the multiple cultures settling there aren’t. It’s a war that can’t be discussed except with the usual accusations of xenophobia and oppression. But those are useless crutches of dogma. They don’t do much to restore a burned ‘Audi’. This is a conflict between cultures that make things and cultures that take them, between cultures that live for the moment and cultures that live for the next thousand years of manifest destiny.

“The Western ideal has been reduced to a personal technocratic utopia built on efficiency, and it has collided in the night with an Eastern ideal of the clan and a theocratic utopia built on total purity. That is the kind of conflict that the creed of good fences for good neighbors was meant for, but there are no fences tall enough to work it out within a single nation.

“Both West and East have their own processes. And both processes are colliding. The Swedes bring their cars and the savages bring their flames. The burning cars are a metaphor for the impact of Muslim immigration on Sweden and the West.”

See also:
Muslim Rape Wave in Sweden{June 27, 2013}:

“It is not as wrong raping a Swedish girl as raping an Arab girl,” says Hamid. “The Swedish girl gets a lot of help afterwards, and she had probably fucked before, anyway. But the Arab girl will get problems with her family. For her, being raped is a source of shame. It is important that she retains her virginity until she marries.”

“Resident aliens from Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia dominate the group of rape suspects… Lawyer Ann Christine Hjelm, who has investigated violent crimes in Svea high court, found that 85% of the convicted rapists were born on foreign soil or by foreign parents…”
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