As police in Sweden are increasingly threatened by Muslim gangs who have created 55 ‘no-go’ zones, the police have a new plan. Part of it involves training the officers in things like cultural sensitivity and “gender issues”.
Not only was the police commander unwilling to live by the ‘leave no man behind’ credo in Stockholm last year, but the remedy is surrender and outreach in the form of grilling hot dogs and burgers for the tired thugs, according to the Daily Caller:
A pair of policemen in May were in pursuit of a suspect and unwisely entered the no-go zone of the southern city of Landskrona. Their car was rammed and the officers were forced out of the car. They were cornered by a crowd of some 50 hostile thugs and drew their weapons to hold them back and called for immediate backup.
Several nearby patrol cars responded to the call and sped towards the scene, only to be ordered to stop half a mile away — just outside the no-go border. The police commander didn’t send the backup units in, fearing escalation and all-out war. The cornered police officers were left to fend for themselves. As luck would have it, one of the officers knew a few residents who interfered and convinced the thugs to let them leave.
In response to these no-go zones, the Swedish police is expanding its soft approach of dialogue and understanding. After the extensive 2013 Stockholm ghetto riots with hundreds of burned cars and buildings, police responded by mostly staying away and sending forth special “dialogue officers” to grill halal hot dogs with the miscreants and make them see the errors of their ways.
Starting next year, the Stockholm Policy Academy will be moved to Södertörns Högskola, where the new curriculum will be “progressive” with more focus on cultural sensitivity, ethical awareness, gender issues and more. The aspiring police officers will achieve “greater understanding of the intercultural perspective.”
The irony of it all is that this is taking place in Stockholm, the birth place of Stockholm Syndrome, a condition in which captives are known to sympathize with and befriend their captors as a means of survival.
When police wave the white flag and then don a white chef’s hat while having cookouts for criminals, it’s safe to say the police have Stockholm Syndrome.