This is what civil war looks like in 21st century Europe. The only real difference this time is that Europe and Scandinavia welcomed in the invading armies, gave them welfare, healthcare, homes and …. their daughters. In Sweden, the army may be called in to halt a gang surge in immigrant areas. France has already had to do that.
In Muslim Malmö, where a fifth of the 340,000 inhabitants are under 18, children as young as 14 roam the streets with Kalashnikov assault rifles and bulletproof vests. Meanwhile, left-wing “news” sites such as Vox declare that Sweden has the answer to America’s gun problem (we don’t have problems with guns, we have problems with the violent left).
For now, the surge in violence is mainly confined to so-called “areas of social exclusion,” a code for neighborhoods such as Rosengard that are predominantly populated by Muslim immigrants — no-go zones. They are not classic ghettos — the infrastructure and services are better than in areas of central London — but these communities are plagued by high crime rates and unemployment (Muslim migrants).
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Teens roam streets with rifles as crime swamps Sweden
The army may be called in to halt a gang surge in immigrant areas
The Times, January 22, 2018:
The blast was so powerful that it shook windows a mile away. Ahmad’s first thought was that someone had thrown yet another bomb at the police.
He was right. On Wednesday night an explosive device was hurled at the police station in Rosengard, a troubled area of Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city.
Attacks on the police are increasingly frequent. Rosengard’s force works from a black fortress of reinforced concrete with narrow windows and a 10ft-high electric fence.
“I knew it was a bomb again,” said Ahmad, 53, who lives in the area with his wife and their four teenage children.
Sweden is among the world’s safest, richest and best-run countries enjoying steady growth and rising employment. But it has been experiencing an unprecedented surge of bombings and sexual assaults.
In a country of 10m people, more than 320 shootings and dozens of bombings were reported in 2017, along with more than 110 murders and 7,226 rapes — a 10% increase on 2016. More than 36% of young Swedish women say they feel unsafe at night.
The authorities have admitted they are unable to investigate rape cases immediately because the resources are focused on gang crime. “We are forced to choose between two evils,” the police said.
The crime surge is mainly confined to so-called “areas of social exclusion”, a code for neighbourhoods such as Rosengard that are predominantly populated by immigrants. They are not classic ghettos — the infrastructure and services are better than in areas of central London — but these communities are plagued by high crime rates and unemployment.
In Malmo, where a fifth of the 340,000 inhabitants are under 18, children as young as 14 roam the streets with Kalashnikov assault rifles and bulletproof vests.
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