Malmö NO GO ZONES Sweden

Back to Malmö Sweden and the Hell Dished Out to Those Who Protect and Serve the Community…….

Bullet proof vests for Fire fighters

Unfortunately this passes for normal here in Malmö

Vlad Tepes has something to say, that’s worth taking note of, once no go zones appear in the neighborhood, it’s the beginnning of the end of its belonging to state, it’s now become a part of the Dar al-Islam, or the “house of Islam”.

Video of the Counterjihad in Malmö Sweden earlier this year, where the Tundra Tabloids along with ESW interviewed the Swedish police in a Shell station waiting for the changing of the guard. Their expressions match the fire fighters in the picture, full of fatigue, tired of the same scenario being played out day in and day out. KGS

Vlad Tepes: As many of you may or may not know, The Al Queda handbook teaches the Muslim ‘diaspera’ to create ‘no go zones’ by setting fires and other anti-social acts that require a response from the state, and then attacking the various institutions who respond such as fire, ambulance, police etc. in order to create zones which are under Islamic control and sharia law.

This strategy has been employed to tremendous success all over Europe as leftist ‘politically correct’ bureaucrats and government agencies who are either, on side with Muslims and more often, afraid to mention the truth in case they lose the illusion of stable good governance with the electorate, fail to properly inform the public about what is analogous to a cancer growing in the social body.

This is todays manifestation of the western response. Swedish firemen being made to dress for war, rather than fire.

From the Swedish paper, Aftonbladet:

Firemen in Malmo Sweden are forced to dress more for war than for fighting fires.
“One has to weigh the risk of a fire spreading, to the risks for our personnel”
Rosengård firemen are forced to get helmts with face shields and borrow military bullet-proof vests. ” We have reinforced our cars, but they have suffered substantial damage anyway.”
“Once a day we have alarm from Rosengård, and we never know what will happen. We want the police in place first. If there is no risk for the fire to spread, we often don’t go there at all.”
“Many fires are made, just to get us there. Jägerro firemen are now eguipped with special helmets, that protects the face and the neck. This winter, when it was worst, we were forced to borrow bullet-proof vests from the military.”

One senior collegue has quit the force, as he did not feel he could guarantee the safety of his men. Several others have asked to be transferred to service elsewhere other than Malmo.

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