It’s been a fair bit of time since my last post, but I’m back today to talk about what is probably my most talked about topic of all, that being the current ongoing collective suicide of the nation of Sweden. Today I learned (to absolutely no shock whatsoever), that the country is actually getting worse, rather than better. At this point, I’m convinced that there is no hope of ever saving it and turning things around. There’s no hope for them. All we can do is look on from the outside with morbid curiosity, and let its inevitable collapse, serve as an example to the rest of us, on what not to do with our own countries.
Eight new districts in Sweden have been added to a high-profile police list of ‘especially vulnerable areas’, where crime rates and poverty levels are often high, reports Swedish newspaper DN.
And I can guarantee you something right now. It isn’t a bunch of blonde haired, blue eyed, indigenous Swedes who are the ones inhabiting these “especially vulnerable areas”. It’s the so called “new Swedes”, who fled from their failed, poverty stricken hellhole countries, only to come to Sweden and recreate the exact same living standards in their new country. This is why I always have to laugh at people, who blame the pathology of the third world, on people living in the first world. The reality is, these people are responsible for their own problems. They aren’t only incapable of building a functioning society, but they can’t even maintain one that is already functioning.
In 2015 Sweden’s national police released a report of 53 so-called vulnerable areas, including 15 considered especially vulnerable. Eight new districts have now been added to that list, which has not yet been made public, bringing the latter number up to 23, reports the DN newspaper.
So in the space of two years, the number of no go zones has effectively increased by 50%. Good going Sweden.
The term “no-go zone” caught on in some international media back in 2015 after it was used by a Swedish newspaper columnist to label these areas, but it has been strongly rejected by police themselves.
Sure it’s a “zone” that you can’t “go” into. But we can’t be calling it a “no-go zone”, because of what that implies. It basically suggests that there are places in Sweden that aren’t safe for Swedish people, including Swedish law enforcement to enter. If people found out that they weren’t able to safely enter areas of their own country, because of the actions of a group of outsiders, they might start questioning the supposed benefits of the multicultural, suicide pact that they’ve entered.
The police definition of such districts describe them as socio-economically vulnerable areas where crime and poverty rates are generally high,
No explanation as to why the crime and poverty rates are so high in these areas, or any effort to investigate if there is a correlation between these areas that might be the cause. What makes these high crime, high poverty areas so different from the low crime, low poverty areas, and what do they all have in common? Sure why would you want to investigate something like that, and potentially try and solve the problem in the process?
where police regularly have to adapt their methods and equipment to the volatile situation,
How exciting. And to think there used to be a time when Sweden had very little crime at all. The poor police must have been so bored. At least now, their jobs are probably so much more fun than they used to be.
Look at the empowered feminists cops, dealing with a “mentally ill refugee”. I especially like the bit at 1:08, when one of them sends away a good Samaritan, who helped them subdue the feral beast. “Don’t worry citizen. We can take it from here. We were trained to deal with these kind of situations in Finland.“
where there may be violent religious extremism
Must be those damn Christian extremists again.
and where residents often do not report crimes to the police, either out of fear of retaliation or because they think it will not lead to anything.
In fairness, reporting crime in Sweden, probably wouldn’t lead to anything.
According to DN, the new especially vulnerable areas are: Norrby and Hässleholmen/Hulta in Borås, Tynnered/Grevegården/Opaltorget in Gothenburg, Karlslund in Landskrona, Nydala/Hermodsdal/Lindängen in Malmö, Fittja and Alby in Stockholm and Gottsunda in Uppsala.
A small price to pay for all that “enrichment”, “vibrancy”, and various other benefits that come from living in a multicultural society.
Linda Staaf, who heads the national police NOA’s intelligence department, told the newspaper that some of these areas should have been classified as especially vulnerable in the previous report in 2015, but that the police had then not collected enough information to properly assess the situation there.
Probably because they couldn’t safely enter the areas to begin with. How can you investigate and assess things, if you can’t even enter?
“In comparison to the last report we now have more knowledge and a better picture,” she said.
And it’s a pretty bleak picture. The country is finished. All that is going to happen, is that the number of “especially vulnerable areas” will increase over time, as the number of hostile and incompatible people in the country increases. Eventually, native Swedes will have no more safe areas to escape to, and when that happens, shit will really hit the fan.
And they only have themselves to blame.