H/t reader squodgy:
“When I visited Sverige recently, it was quite clear the effects of the migratory issue (rapes. robberies, violence & social breakdown) were being dumbed down by the complicit media as “It’s not here, but a minor issue in the South around Malmo” denial.
It has been a politically correct Police State since the sixties.”
SHOCKING footage of cars burning out in Stockholm has emerged as the fire epidemic continues to spread uncontrolled throughout crisis-hit Sweden.
The Scandinavian country has been plagued with arsonist thugs setting vehicles alight, with hundreds of cars burning out since 2015.
The latest video shows three cars in Hallunda in southern Stockholm engulfed by flames as firefighters battle to put out the blaze.
Overnight Sunday another car was also reported to be burning out in the crime hotbed, which was heavily hit by arson attacks in 2015.
Hallunda was one of the cities which was placed on Sweden’s National Criminal Investigation Service’s list over “no-go” zones due to the police force’s increased lack of control over anti-social behaviour.
In February, Express.co.uk reported the Scandinavian country had seen a huge surge in crime since the start of the migrant crisis in Europe – with a rise in sex assaults, drug dealing and children carrying weapons.
At the time around 50 areas were put on a “blacklist” which are then divided into three categories from “risk areas” to “seriously vulnerable” as it was announced Stockholm had over 20 no-go areas where over 75,000 people live.
However, the figure was increased to 55 in September as the Swedish police force face a recruitment crisis, with on average three officers handing in their notice every day.
Hallunda, with a population with just over 14,000, was one of the areas where it was claimed violence was flourishing due to high immigration, low employment rates and bad living conditions.
In 2015 alone Sweden, with a population of 9.5million, received over 160,000 asylum applications, resulting in the country closing its internal borders despite being a member of the Schengen Area, in a desperate attempt to halt the migrant influx.
The report also said children aged 12 carry weapons for older criminals and 70 cars and buildings were set on fire in an arson spate last year.
The southern city of Malmo suffered a surge of violence over the summer, as almost a 100 car fires ripped through the country’s third-largest city.
In September, police said they believed the crimes were an act of revenge following a crackdown on organised crime in the city.
Officer Erik Jansåker said: “This, in my opinion, is criminal people who are [lashing out] because of our efforts to [crack down] on the serious organised crime.”
The fires, in addition to the unprecedented levels of crime and immigration, has lead to the police across the Scandinavian country pleading for the government to grant them more resources as the force struggles to adequately police the “no-go” areas.
In October, a shocking letter sent into VLT.se by a migrant claimed the spate of car fires were carried out by asylum seekers because “racist Swedes” treated them badly.
Police in Denmark are also struggling to stop the car fire attacks with more than 200 vehicles burning out since New Year’s Eve.
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