Had enough of reading about the worst and most degrading acts humans perpetrate?
So have Swedes, I imagine.
On April 18, a Swedish child was raped by a migrant.
Two weeks and a few days after the atrocity was committed against the young girl, an Iraqi man was finally arrested.
The event took place at a Lindesburg nursery, where the degenerate was employed for a time.
The 19-year-old Iraqi is accused of child rape.
On Monday the parents of children who attend the nursery in question were informed of the arrest, and in a press conference it was made public that this was the fourth nursery to have employed the 19-year-old man – it’s unclear thus far whether there were other victims.
However, The Local reported this week that Sweden’s regressive attitude towards migrants may be shifting.
According to European Network Against Racism (ENAR) spokeswoman Georgina Siklossy:
“In terms of immigration and integration policies it appears that Sweden is more progressive than other countries, but the tide is also turning. A number of restrictions to existing migration and integration policies have been introduced, and the media discourse has shifted from positive welcoming of refugees and asylum seekers to portraying migration, and by extension, migrants, as a problem.”
This is apparently the result of an EU study into racism (quite what racism and distaste for migrant criminals have to do with each other is beyond me), and the idea of Sweden waking up to the fact that they have imported a very large, very real problem for their next generation.
The report noted that 43 arson attacks took place targeting migrants in 2015 in reaction to the migrant crime wave which has swept the country in recent years.
We are also to believe that these acts are “fuelled by hateful anti-migrant discourse, although it is complex and difficult to prove a direct correlation between the two.”
I think it much more likely that they are fuelled by concerned Europeans who are seeing their culture eroded and their communities degraded, and that perhaps the difficulty in correlating that concern with racism arises from the propagandist nature of the task.
Finally, the ENAR makes the bizarre accusation that the media “conflate the Muslim community with issues of terrorism and security”.
I’m sure if radical Jews were committing upwards of 10 sex crimes per day in Germany and driving trucks into crowds of people in Sweden, France and the United Kingdom – the same links would be drawn with their communities, don’t you worry!
Last month, Empty reported that on April 27 a group of Muslim women in Willesden were arrested under suspicion of plotting a terror attack.
One of the women was shot during the police raid, and has since been named as 21-year-old Rizlaine Boular.
Along with her two accomplices – her 43-year-old mother Mina Dich, and 20-year-old comrade Khawla Barghouthi – she has since been charged with preparing a terror attack and conspiracy to murder.
This marks the first recorded UK terror plot to involve exclusively women.
After the Willesden raid, April 27.
According to Scotland Yard:
“Everyone else arrested in connection with this investigation has now been released from police custody.”
On the same day as the Willesden raid, a similar operation took place in East London, resulting in further arrests.
Deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Neil Basu praised the officers involved at the time:
“THERE ARE CONSTANT ACTS OF IMMENSE BRAVERY BY OFFICERS, ARMED AND UNARMED – THOSE THAT THE PUBLIC SEE, WHERE OUR OFFICERS RUN TOWARDS DANGER JUST AS YOU SAW YESTERDAY, BUT A HUGE AMOUNT OF UNSEEN WORK THAT THE PUBLIC WILL NEVER SEE BEHIND THE SCENES.”
The Italian government have recently redoubled their efforts to send migrants home who do not have a legitimate claims to refugee status – which is a full 60% of them.
This week it was decided that Italy would build 11 more repatriation centres with the combined capability of housing 1,600 people pending deportation, in addition to the four already in use in the country.
60% of migrants are not genuine refugees.
At least 45,000 migrants have arrived in the country in 2017 so far, yet a mere 18,000 are actually deserving of refuge – the rest are opportunists and come only for the superior comforts of Europe.
Italy plans to create fast-track courts for those appealing rejection – this should provide quicker decisions and get greater numbers out of the country sooner.
This month, a Milan migrant camp was broken up and residents deported by police.
Milan migrants are loaded onto a bus for deportation.
So far, a tiny 6,242 people have been deported from Italy, the remainder of fraudulent ‘refugees’ remain in the country at public expense.
Many who are to be deported have told the press that they intend to return and attempt entry to Europe once again.
French President Macron (left) and London Mayor Sadiq Khan (right) have both voiced their apathy towards Islamic terror. (Picture: Westminster attack 22/3/17.)
Of course, given that over half of migrants are in fact not refugees, and given that a huge proportion of them arrive with no documentation at all, and happen to be (for the most part) fighting age men – is it any wonder that Muslim terror groups have come to view this migration as a Trojan horse for their operations?
If only the politicians of other EU nations would show such resolve as to implement appropriate measures to weed out and deport the fakers, perhaps we would all be safer for it.
Such a possibility seems decidedly doubtful.