Sweden used to be a land known known for its peaceful, almost idyllic way of life. However, since they have imported massive numbers of Muslims into their land, Sweden has not only become the “rape capitol” of Europe, but is fast becoming a major exporter of Islamic terrorism:
Gothenburg is where much of the recruitment for jihad is taking place. With a population of just over half a million, this port city and former industrial powerhouse has seen at least 100 men and women leave to join militants fighting for the proclaimed caliphate.
It’s one of Sweden’s most diverse cities. A third of the population are from immigrant backgrounds, many of them Muslim, and in the north-eastern suburb of Angered, the proportion rises to more than 70%.
Parts of it are classified as “vulnerable”, which in Swedish police terminology indicates a breakdown of law and order, among other things, and the emergence of a parallel society.
I am told that religious enforcers attempt to control the community to ensure Sharia law is adhered to. They allegedly harass and intimidate people – mainly women – for the way they dress and for attending parties where there is music and dancing, which they consider haram.
Meanwhile, two-thirds of children have dropped out of school by the time they are 15, and unemployment is 11% – high by Swedish standards. It’s these vulnerable young people that the extremists target. (source)
When I was a child, there was a very large “housing project”- I’ll call it “Oak Acres” (not its real name)- that was in the next town over. “Oak Acres” was built with the intention of many of the so-called “great society” socialized housing projects that began under President Johnson, but within a very short time this area became one of the most dangerous and violent areas in the city. I went to school with a number of people who had either lived in or had family still living in Oak Acres at the time, and they would tell some stories that confirmed the horrible violence one would read about in the papers. One of the jokes they had was the gunshots that would begin between rival gang members starting in the early morning was the “chirping of the birds” that would wake everybody up.
Thankfully, the city enlisted the help of both the state and federal government, evicted the resident, arrested the known “troublemakers,” and destroyed Oak Acres. Since then, it has become a well-to-do housing development and one of the “up and coming” areas in that city. After Oak Acres was destroyed, the residents scattered into the surrounding towns. While the violence did not return in the way it did before, all of the surrounding towns saw an increase in violent crimes, and all of it was concentrated in the same areas where these new “arrivals” moved into after leaving Oak Acres.
What is happening in Sweden right now is similar to what happened with Oak Acres. The reason for the violence in Sweden is because of the fact that they have just imported hundreds of thousands, and if the government does not stop it will be millions of Muslims who come from violent, third world cesspools just like Oak Acres was in the city next door to where I lived. The problem was with the people and it was caused by their attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, and it could only be resolved by such a change. Likewise, this is wholly dependent on human will, since man has free will and he can choose to believe what he wants to. If the people do not want to change, then nothing will.
In the case of Oak Acres, the residents took their violence to the surrounding communities after they were scattered, and the way the violence in these communities was eventually stopped was by putting the troublemakers in jail. The effort was successful, but it took a very long time and a lot of taxpayer resources. Sweden’s case is much more difficult, as there are far more people causing the crime, and as a result far more difficult to stop. One effect of this is that Sweden is turning into the same nations these people left, for just like at Oak Acres, they are not leaving their homeland for a better one, but simply moving their current residence with them.