Hundreds of culture-enrichers violently attacked police today in the Rosengård neighborhood of Malmö in southern Sweden. Nicolai Sennels sends this brief summary based on Swedish-language media:
Civil war in Sweden
by Nicolai Sennels
Report from Europe. Malmö in South Sweden will be the first major European city with Muslim majority. A civil war-like situation is developing very fast. Malmö’s firefighters are carrying stone-proof face masks and military grade bullet-proof vests. Recently more than a hundred immigrants violently attacked the police — short video clip (35 sec.). A machine gun was used during another attack on the police — short video clip (2 min.). A bullet hole through the side mirror of a police car shows that it was a miracle that no one got hurt.
The situation is escalating and becoming more and more permanent. Small European Gaza Strips, characterized by overpopulation, poverty, a low level of education and the prevalence of Islamic extremism, hate, and violence against the non-Muslim surroundings, are erupting all over the continent. Police are overworked and more and more often need to flee the Muslim ghettos because of violent attacks. Peace, the economy, and democracy are under pressure, as ethnic tensions in Europe rise fast. History is unfolding before our eyes.
A subtitled video of events in Rosengård is below the jump. Many thanks to Steen for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Transcript (slightly different translation):
|00:00||Everything began when police apprehended a man suspected of narcotics crimes.|
|00:05||He resisted, and more and more people gathered round the police.|
|00:10||Everything degenerated into an uproar, with a hundred people involved, and fireworks were thrown at the police.|
|00:17||Several patrols were dispatched to the place, and by midnight the situation had calmed down.|
|00:23||In related incidents, four smaller fires were lit in the area.|
|00:28||But apart from the apprehended drug dealer, no one else has been held by the police.|
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