Meanwhile in Sweden

An interesting article in Quillette about the rise of explosions in Sweden:

Sweden has experienced a sharp rise in explosions in recent years, predominantly related to conflicts between warring criminal gangs. The use of explosives in the Nordic country is now at a level that is unique in the world for a state not at war, according to police.

Very scary stuff.

2 thoughts on “Meanwhile in Sweden”

  1. Civilian factions can also have the characteristic of being “shadow governments”.
    So there IS a war going on—just internal, and not involving the whole country at large.


  2. From the comments:

    // Similar things are happening in Germany. … We now have special public prosecuters who only deal with Arabs crime in Berlin and Essen. You may truly say multiculturalism has utterly failed. The retired socioligist and social worker Ralph Ghadban now lives under 24/7 police protection for outing the crime culture in Germanies largest clans. Like Hamed Abdel Samad he must be protected from a failed immigration policy. Ghadban himself is a Lebanese immigrant who has published widely on clan crime in Germany. Federal crime stats show a bleak picture of one social group. German prison populations show a crass overrepresentation of Muslims by a factor of up to 1-10 depending on the jail.

    // Another criminal activity mostly affecting the wealthy ethnic Swedes (and wealthy immigrants assimilated into Swedish society/culture) are the professional criminal organisations, consisting of criminal EU citizens, emerging within the borderless free travelling of EU where gangs are travelling into Sweden freely, breaking into homes and stealing vast amounts of private property, then transporting the goods out of Sweden with no possibility for Swedish customs officials to do anything about it.


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