Testing Tolerance: Sweedistan

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Testing Tolerance: Swedes are saying ‘enough’, to immigrants, no-go zones, sharia law & gang rapes

At the height of the immigrant influx into Europe in 2014 and 2015, Sweden with a population of 6.7 million, accepted 244,178 asylum seekers – by far, the highest rate per capita in the EU. Since then the rate of violent crime has soared, particularly sexual assault cases.

 

The Swedish police have outlined over 50 areas with high immigrant populations that are “marred by crime, social unrest and insecurity.” Of these, 23 have been classified as “especially vulnerable,” or what migration critics call “no-go zones,” where even the police have trouble operating.

 

Besides the high incidence of gang violence and drug trafficking, residents complain these areas are being virtually colonised by immigrants whose cultures clash with Swedish values. Many Swedes and older immigrants alike have begun to say that Sweden doesn’t feel like Sweden anymore.

 

Critics of the government’s liberal immigration policies complain the police are afraid to intervene for fear of being accused of racial profiling, while the country’s politically correct press generally brands anyone raising concerns about immigrants as racist.

 

But now, some people fed up with what they see as the authorities’ inaction have taken matters into their own hands. They have begun to organise groups calling themselves names like ‘The Soldiers of Odin’ to patrol the country’s most blighted neighbourhoods. They are sometimes called vigilantes or racists, but the groups say they want the freedom to live in their own country as it was before the migrant crisis began.

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danmanjones's picture

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bannik's picture

Good, one government = one nation, 1 people, 1 unified goal... Less bickering about invisible lines and more progress for the human race as a whole. 

All the greatest leaders aimed at taking over the world because they knew together we are the future. 

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danmanjones's picture

Lots of things sound good in theory. When you add human nature into the equation it quickly unravels.

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bannik's picture

So what parts of human nature stop that from happening? Which "human nature's" are the problem where the solution is segregation and country borderlines 

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danmanjones's picture

The human nature that puts countries constantly in a power struggle with each other. Tribalism, nepotism, egotism, dogmatism, the basic human nature that pushes us to gain power over the 'other' and enrich our own sect. 

 

In a global government scenario there would be no way to penetrate the regime - they'd allow in only the most loyal servants - this is how empires hold onto power. Toppling a global empire would be near impossible & there would be no way to escape it.

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stokkebye's picture

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It's that pansy ass liberal bullshit. I was up in Toronto a few days ago during their Canada Day celebrations, I was just passing through and decided to go see the fireworks down at the beach, while there I notice a woman trying but failing to jack her car up to change the tire. I offered to help and explained it to her on what she was doing wrong and how I would be able to do it, I sensed the feminist liberal within her, and the “I am woman strong” bullshit and she refused to accept my help. Two hours later I missed my bus back to the states because the freakin tow truck towing her vehicle blocked traffic for about 150,000 people trying to leave the beach area. Then on the trolley I overheard this white female liberal talking to her cuck boyfriend and as he was trying to explain what street they had to get off on he said some indigenous street name and she went on a whole speech about how they shouldn't use colonizing and appropriating street names of indigenous people so they went on to describe the landmarks around the street where they needed to get off on. Meanwhile I spent the night in downtown hanging out with the houseless people and sleeping on the benches with them since I missed my bus and one indigenous dude told me how everyone ignores him and treats him like a piece os shit because of his situation, I bet those two idiots on the trolley would run the other way if this dude approached them asking for the time of day. It's trendy to be politically correct nowadays. Fucking sad and pathetic. Thank god we still have some men with balls still attached here in the States. 

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thegent's picture

no problem with taking in people and i think every country should take in people who need help..but if some of those people dont appreciate the help they should go. if you go to some other country you should respect the place and the people and the laws..simple as that..

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danmanjones's picture

I don't want my country to take in people who need help at all. My taxes aren't for people of the world, they're for people of my country.

At the same time we shouldn't be supporting policies that perpetuate the 3rd-world shitholedness but we do so whatever.

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bannik's picture

So you would rather use your taxes and help the lazy, the criminal, the rapists, the idiots born and bred on your country than take in foreigners who want to work hard and succeed in life? 

You heard it here guys, danmanjones wants to uss his taxpayer money to help pedophiles instead of the hard working Juan's of this world. 

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thegent's picture

..a good family community society country world works on helping each other..ok there are greedy fucks who want it all their way but its the rest who are good and helpful that actually keep this world turning...

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danmanjones's picture

Actually I don't mind my taxes helping people from other countries so I take that part back but I still don't think taking in refugees in en masse is the answer. It's better to fight the policies that lead to creating refugees, even if that means we lose favoured trade deals with the empire.

 

I think it's short-sighted to continue destabalising countries with war & predatory lending & then just take in a token number of refugees... and it's worse to do what Europe is doing which is essentially deleting their own culture just to be seen to be doing "the right thing".

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thegent's picture

agree agree agree..bad policy leads to a bad situation..

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