From Ted Ekeroth’s blogpost:
the first 1 min and 35 sec is from our peaceful manifestation.
At 1.35 we see the arabs behaviour.
At 3.02 you can see one of the stones that was thrown.
At 3.10 you can see eggs being thrown.
At 3.20 you can see the broken bottle they threw.
At 3.30 you can see the fireworks they threw at us.
At 4.18 you can see the police reaction – instead of removing the attacking arab mob, they removed us!
At 4.38 I’m asking the police chief about the police no-reaction. See the subtitles at about 4.50 seconds in. After the clip ends, we are being moved out by the police. We, who have a permit for being there and are not violent gets away.
This is how it is, like in the 30’s when Hitler’s thugs roamed the streets doing what they will because police authorities were scared sh*tless of them. The Swedish police abdicated their roles of being the defenders of the populace, and allowed thugs to become more emboldened the next time around, because the police proved themselves to be wimps. A truly disgusting display of shirking one’s duty. KGSUPDATE: A Swedish colleague includes some background to the city of Malmö, it might help to explain why the city’s police are not that sympathetic to pro-Israel supporters.Swede: “You also have to remember that back in the 1940s, it was in Malmö that the general population was busy learning German and waved the swastika at the german troop trains as they made their way to occupied Norway. The colours never truly fade, it would appear. No immigrants in Malmö then, we’re talking about the police. Native-born Swedes in southern Sweden were immensely pro-Nazi. This would be their children/grandchildren, I guess.UPDATE: Al Avai mentions that a source of his stated the following about the Malmö Police’s decision to break up the rally: Yes, this is the next scandal. I have just pointed out for Dagens Nyheter, who had all of three lines of text about it, that the police, not the pro-Israeli demonstrators, decided to dissolve the demonstration. The rule of law my ass, this is Sweden.