Thousands of nonwhite gangsters as young as 14 rampaging with impunity through the streets of Malmo, Sweden, sporting AK-47s and bullet-proof vests, and throwing grenades and bombs, Swedish police have admitted.
An unusually frank article in the London Times, deceptively titled “Teens roam streets with rifles as crime swamps Sweden,” (as if no-one knows what the controlled media means by “teens”) revealed the details of the nonwhite crime plague:
Sweden has been “experiencing an unprecedented surge of gang shootings, bombings and sexual assaults,” the Times admitted.
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In 2017, there were more than 320 shootings, “dozens” of bombings, 110 murders, and 7,226 rapes — a 10 percent increase on 2016.
“More than 36 percent of young Swedish women say they feel unsafe at night,” the article continues.
Statistics published last week revealed the percentage of women who reported being victims of sex crimes rose from 1.4 percent in 2012 to 4.1 percent in 2016.
In 2014 a study on the geography of outdoor rape in Stockholm found two-thirds of the suspects were non-Swedish citizens.
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 neighborhoods such as Rosengard that are predominantly populated by immigrants,” the Times admits
“These communities are plagued by high crime rates and unemployment,” the article adds, implying as if by some miracle it is the buildings or the area which is responsible—anything instead of admitting the obvious, namely that it is the inhabitants who are the cause.
“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.
“The average age of gang members is 22, the vast majority of them hailing from migrant families.”
The Times article goes on to admit that for “a long time the Swedish establishment played down the decay of immigrant-dominated suburbs, but it can no longer ignore the explosion of violence.”
According to the article, Stefan Lofven, the far left Social Democratic Party prime minister (whose pro-Third World immigration and “asylum” policies are the cause of the nonwhite invasion and violence), said last week that he was ready to deploy the army into the “affected areas.”
The next day another bomb went off in Malmo, this time in front of a private property.
“We have really reached the bottom: people use machineguns and hand grenades — they want to kill,” said Zoran Markovic, the former chief of community policing in Rosengard.
Just this past week, a new bombing of the police station in Rosengard— a black fortress of reinforced concrete with narrow windows and a 10ft-high electric fence—highlighted the issue once again.
“Attacks on the police are increasingly frequent,” the Times article said.
Rosengard’s new fortified police station was built after Markovic’s locker room in the old building was peppered with bullets in a drive-by shooting.
“The situation has drastically worsened in the past two years. Markovic said the police are overstretched. Rosengard’s main school, which had pupils from nearly 200 different ethnic backgrounds, was closed because of social tension.”
Other incidents named in the Times report included the stabbing of police officer Ted Eriksson at a “pro-refugee rally in Stockholm.”
The assailant was an Afghan “asylum seeker” who claimed to be 17 “but was suspected of being in his late twenties. He said he wanted to kill a policeman,” the Times added.
In addition, the Times continued, the suburb of Rinkeby, a 20-minute metro ride from Stockholm’s old center, “is one of Sweden’s most crime-ridden areas.
“Paramedics and firefighters demand a police escort to go there. After nightfall, gangs of young men dominate the streets, offering drugs at the entrance to the station. A 25-year-old man was shot dead in a pizzeria this month.”
When the Times journalist visited Rinkeby last week, the article says, a “group of youths in shell suits aggressively asked why I was in their neighbourhood.”
Born and raised in Rinkeby, “they declared themselves not Swedish but Somali, Afghan or Lebanese,” the article said.
Stockholm’s far left Social Democratic Party mayor, Karin Wanngard, had earlier said that Rinkeby was a “fine neighbourhood” and “teeming with vitality”.
However, the Times said, a “spate of shootings forced her to change her tune.” The “growing brutality” among gangs has become “unprecedented” she said earlier this month.