Starting them off in indoctrination into the misogynist cult of mohamed very early……
— ن Jan Sjunnesson (@sjunnedotcom) May 8, 2016
Rings of burning suburbs around city centers is the lesson one can draw from Sweden’s radical egalitarian multi-culti experimentation.
Published: 25 Jun 2015 08:16 GMT+02:00
People in the troubled suburb of Kroksbäck in Malmö reported hearing explosions on Wednesday night, as emergency services discovered several cars and a community centre on fire.
On Thursday morning police arrested seven people on suspicion of criminal damage.
Noone is thought to have been hurt by the fires, which were quickly put out by firefighters. Police said they were still investigating how they had been started.
The community building that was damaged is used as a meeting hall by local community groups including youth clubs.
Officers observed that the suburb had been rocked by the unrest, following a wave of recent violence in the area.
“The residents are so clearly troubled by everything that has happened,” Kim Hild, a spokesperson for police told the TT newswire.
Police said that they had also found a hand grenade in a garage close to where one of the cars had been burned.
Sweden’s downfall can be examined its multi-culti petri dish of Malmö.
Malmö has experienced growing violence in recent years. Its outer suburbs have a reputation for gun and gang-related crimes as well as race-related violence between different immigrant groups.
Published: 20 Jun 2015 17:34 GMT+02:00
According to police spokesman Ewa-Gun Westford, “a person with serious gunshot wounds has been admitted to hospital. But we do not know more at the moment.”
Police do not yet know whether there is a connection with the events in Kroksbäck in Malmö earlier this morning when two grenades were thrown at an apartment building and where a suspicious car is currently being examined by bomb technicians.
The amazing audacity and chutzpah of this regime.
Oh, and Sweden has an anti-Semitism problem all right, it’s of a home grown variety supercharged by the Islamic variety, the anti-Semites they’ve allowed to resettle in Sweden over the past 3 decades or so.
Published: 11 Mar 2015 11:53 GMT+01:00
Forman will hold talks with Jews in Stockholm on Friday before heading to the southern city of Malmö on Monday.
Lena Posner-Korosi, President of the Council of Sweden’s Jewish communities, has told The Local that she welcomes the move, which was organized in the wake of growing numbers of attacks on Jews in Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm as well as the recent terror shootings in Copenhagen and Paris.
“I think it is an important statement from the US that they are concerned about what is happening in Europe and especially in Scandinavia, and they have reason to be concerned,” she said.
“What we are facing now is not just an issue for the Jewish community, it is a threat to the whole western democratic world…we appreciate everyone who is concerned,” she added.
Self imposed multiculti hell hole.
The police were in place on Monday to meet pupils who turned up for class at the Värner Rydén school in Malmö, which has been temporarily closed after threats and violence.
The police were called in on Monday by the City of Malmö after word spread that demonstrations had been planned in protest against the school’s temporary closure.
“We received signals on social media that there are planned demonstrations,” said Malmö’s Head of Education Hans Nilsson.
“We hope that it is going to be calm,” Hans Nilsson said to SVT.
Pupils who turned up to school on Monday were told that it was closed and were asked to keep an eye on the council’s website for news of further developments.
More here. H/T: Fjordman
Most Finns should be alarmed by Malmö and other places of ‘multicultural’ expression in Sweden, and not replicate Sweden’s mistakes here.
The TT was there in 2009:
Published: 01 Mar 2015 10:16 GMT+01:00
Violence, threats and visits from adult criminals eventually became too much for the teachers’ unions at Varner Rydén School in the Malmö suburb of Rosengård, whose safety officers have now closed the premises.
“Violence, threats and verbal abuse. There has also been trouble with students from other schools,” said Hans Nilsson at the City of Malmö to news agency TT.
The responsibility now lies with the teachers’ employer, the City of Malmö, as the school closure can only be waived by the Swedish Work Environment Authority (Arbetsmiljöverket).
The students at the school have been notified of the closure. But it is not yet clear where they will be placed.
“Fighting among the students means that security can’t be guaranteed,” said Catharina Niwhede at the National Union of Teachers in Malmö to the local Sydsvenskan daily.
The current dire situation has developed since the closure of nearby Örtagård School last autumn. Many of the school’s students were relocated to Varner Rydén, bringing conflicts with them.
Hans Nilsson said that representatives of the school administration have tried to sort out the situation together with the principal and staff, but the situation has deteriorated to such an extent that a closure remained the only option.
History will remember these brave people of PEGIDA as the ones willing to stand in the breach and bear the hatred and vile of the idiotic in defense of western values and freedoms. Like this guy:
The thousands standing around them hurling insults and being forcefully held back by the police to prevent them from ripping the Pegida-demonstrators to bits are the “good guys”.
According to the media and the government, it is the dozen or so in the middle that are a tremendous threat to people surrounding them as well as the fabric of society itself.
NOTE: The feminist party (FI) in their pink umbrella and flag were there to support the Muslims as well. Just like these pathetic morons in the UK:
Part of the reason why these morons, whether they be lefties, feminists or homosexuals, are not fearful of Islam and the Muslims that promote it, is that they believe that they can control them.
UPDATED: Police say a man shot dead in a kebab restaurant at one of Malmö’s largest shopping centres over the weekend had experienced death threats and been offered police protection.
The man shot dead by two hooded gunmen is thought to be Ashkan Moayed Abedi, a member of the Wolfpack Brotherhood criminal gang. He escaped the restaurant into the carpark where he was then gunned down in front of shocked shoppers. He died later in hospital.
“They fired perhaps ten or twelve shots,” a witness told Aftonbladet newspaper. “One hit the car of someone I know and went straight through.”
”We saw flames coming out of the gun barrels,” another witness told the paper. ” A small girl came running into the shop crying. She must have been caught in the cross fire.”
To be a Jew in Europe nowadays, is like being in the witness protection program, without the protection.
I remember a number of times where female journalists did the same with the hijabs/burkas, and the only thing they could report was that they received stares.
Multiculturalism in full bloom in Sweden
What the Jews of Malmö Sweden are having to do in that city, which is a hotbed of Islamic anti-Semitism, is exactly what the Jews of Israel have had to do to keep the IslamoNazi suicide/homicide bombers from murdering their citizens.
The few remaining Jews in Malmö are subjected to increasing levels of harassment, and the town’s synagogue has been the target for various hate crimes and vandalism despite hiring private security guards.
Now things are getting so bad the congregation reveals they’re in the final stages for getting approval by the city to erect a sturdy fence around the building to deter further attacks.
“This is not nice,” says Jehoshua Kaufman, head of the Jewish congregation. “It would be much better to not need the fence and the guards. But there is a clear threat to the congregation members and the building.”
If it was an ethnic Swede involved, you could rest assured that everyone and their brother would know about it.
Published: 25 Dec 2014 08:10 GMT+01:00
The attacks were again directed against the premises of a property company.
Police were called to the scene at 6.12pm on Wednesday. No one is reported to have been injured in the attack.
“A window has been completely destroyed. The frame is just hanging off. Parts of it are ten to fifteen metres away,” said freelance photographer Karsten Petersen.
Police technicians have investigated the premises.
“We have cordoned off the site and are trying to talk to people who may have seen something,” said Ewa-Gun Westford, information officer at Skåne police.
Malmö being the hub of Islamic anti-Semitism and Islamo-tardness of Sweden.
Published: 28 Oct 2014 08:22 GMT+01:00
Police said no one was injured in the blast, but the car was written off, and two other nearby cars were damaged.
“This was most likely some form of a detonation inside the car,” Maya Forstenius of the local police told the TT news agency.
The area was cordoned off by a forensics team. Police have been in contact with the owner of the car, but reported that there was no perceived threat against them.
Nothing has changed since the city got rid of the anti-Semite mayor, Ilmar Reepalu.
“Five people whose ancestry and religious affiliation are not reported in the media, tried imposing themselves on Thursday in the Jewish community center’s premises at Kamrergatan in multicultural Malmö where they shouted anti-Semitic slogans. …
After previous unwelcome visits at the premises, the building is equipped with a security gate. This stopped the five men from getting further into the premises. Instead, they shouted insults about Jews. They also photographed and filmed. Spokesman Fred Kahn is concerned and takes the incident seriously. Earlier this year, there have been stones thrown at the synagogue and windows have been smashed. Malmo’s Jews has been subjected to an increasing number of anti-Semitic crimes and attacks, almost all performed by people with Muslim Middle East Immigrant Background.”
It’s like talking about female date rape and not mentioning male participation.
Oh, but the paper does in fact mention the Swedish Democrats, as if the pro-Israel political party would be involved in antisemitic actions, while we all know that 90% of it comes from the Islamic community and traditional Left-wing racists (Fascists/neo-Nazis). This is fake journalism at its worst.
NOTE: The former mayor of Malmo, Ilmar Reepalu, (Social Democrat) has been one of the key factors (as well as his party) in spreading anti-Jew vitriol in Sweden.
HBL: Malmö is experiencing a wave of anti-Semitic hate crimes. Hate crimes tend to easily be imitated, so that Finland can prepare a similar trend.
Jewess Sara has been hanging fire blanket next to the door. At night, she lays out the kitchen plates on the hall floor for fear that someone will throw in a burning rag through the letterbox. Her front door has repeatedly been smeared with Stars of David in the past week.
Sydsvenskans Article (30.7) is not about Germany in 1938 but of Malmö in 2013. The number of hate crimes with anti-Semitic motifs have skyrocketed in Sweden’s third largest city. During the years 2010-2011, a total of 44 hate crimes against the Jewish minority, over the past 18 months, the figure is up to 95 reported crimes.
Yes, this is the same city of Malmo that is mostly comprised of Muslim immigrants and refugees, and are driving Jews out of the city.
NOTE: No mention of the attackers in the Swedish state media article.
Three Israeli journalists visiting Malmö in connection with the Eurovision Song Contest was threatened last week. A group of young men wanted to know where the Israelis live so that they could be bombed.
Journalist: “They laughed and said ‘Let’s bomb Israel'”
Sverige Radio: Journalist Leon and his two colleagues are not part of Israel’s delegation but are visiting the Eurovision Song Contest as independent journalists. On Thursday evening they searched the house where they rented the room and came across six men in their 20s. The men asked them if they were from Israel and said they wanted to know where Israelis lived and that they wanted to bomb the place.
– They shouted: “Israel Israel towards us and said they wanted to know where Israelis lived and that they wanted to bomb the place, says Leon.
To escape from them, Leon said he was from Cyprus. He says he did not perceive it as the men were joking somehow.
– No, it was no joke. They started laughing and said “Yes, let’s bomb Israel,” he says.
Leon has not filed a police report the incident but has reported it to the Israeli delegation. He does not feel safe in Malmö.
Police have so far not received any notification of the threat or the like against any visitors during the Eurovision. The Israeli delegation is not worried, but rather very satisfied with its safety standards.
– We rely on our own security people and police. I was in Baku last year which is in a Muslim country that has an open border with Iran. Having been through it, Malmö is nothing. We love being here, we can move freely and we can leave the hotel a lot. We feel secure, says Alon Amir, press officer for the Israeli delegation.
The Left love a riot!
Standing up for sharia and totalitarianism, the Left sure knows how to throw a great time, don’t they?
Stjernfeldt Jammeh is one of the few local Social Democrats to have openly criticized Reepalu’s statements about Jews and anti-Semitism in Malmö, which have received international attention.
“His statements have created mistrust,” she told newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN) in March 2012.
“There were angry squirmishes after the anti-racists marched from Möllevångstorget square to the Stortorget square around noon, a lot of people seemed ready for a fight,” said The Local’s Patrick Reilly from the scene.
“They were pushing over barricades, setting off flares and some threw bottles, and went up against the police,” he said.
“There was also the odd snowball tossed at police.”
SEE ALSO: Pictures from the Malmö counter-SDL rally
An officer on the ground said there were “in excess” of 100 police present, while our reporter numbered the actual SDL members at only about 20.
“The SDL were waving a Swedish flag on their way to the square and gave the counter-demonstrators the finger,” Reilly said.
The Local’s reporter numbered the counter-demonstrators to just shy of 600. Some demonstrators used a Eurovision awning on the square to beat out a rhythm, which alongside the chants “No racist on our streets” drowned out most of the words from the SDL speakers.
One banner hoisted above the march read “No Breivik Soldiers on our streets,” according to the TT news agency.
NOTE: Snaphanen has more:
He’ll soon be gone, but the problems remain.
Another American transplant, Shmuel Goldberg, has been living in Malmö for less than a year and like Kesselman isn’t prepared to hide his beliefs.
“I wear a kippah all the time and I get harassed quite often. I grew up wearing a kippah so it isn’t a big deal for me so I wear it, enjoy it, and just have to put up with it,” he tells The Local
“I don’t speak Swedish so well yet so I can’t tell what people are saying, but I do get shouted at often from car windows.
An interesting attempt, but without any meaningful attention being drawn to the fountain from which all the Jew hatred is springing, Islamic texts, then you’re just whistling Dixie while kicking the can down the proverbial road.
Published: 5 Mar 13 09:27 CET |
As Malmö continues to struggle with anti-Semitism that has plagued the southern Swedish city for years, contributor Patrick Reilly learns how the city’s Jewish community is fighting back.
Video cameras and a heavy combination locked door greet visitors as they approach Malmö’s Jewish community centre. Once inside, appointments are made with a secretary who sits behind thick glass.
Security has been stepped up in the building, which is located in central Malmö, following an explosion last September that led to arrests and was classified as a hate crime by local police.
The attack was just the one in a long line of anti-Semitic incidents which have become increasingly common in Sweden’s third largest city. Even the city’s long-sitting mayor Ilmar Reepalu, who recently announced plans to step down, has been dogged by accusations of being anti-Semitic
Tough talk now, just wait until the exhibit opens.
Lars Vilks main drive in showing these drawings is in fact “to remove the stigma surrounding the criticism of Islam.” He proves his point either way regardless of the response. Also, his critics that talk of him ”encouraging racism and Islamofauxbia” are simply talking out of their behinds. It is no more racist to criticize or even condemn Islam, than it is racist for critics to disparage Christianity.
NOTE: I’m sure Vilks is unfazed by Radio Sweden’s article.
Representatives from a number of religions in Malmö agreed on Monday not to be provoked by an exhibition opening this summer showing controversial depictions of the Prophet Muhammad by artist Lars Vilks, news agency TT reports.
“They will be speaking to their members about ignoring Vilks incitement. Let him be alone with his paintings,” said Björn Lagerbäck, chair of a community council under the city of Malmö.
Vilks says his depictions of Muhammad serve to remove a stigma surrounding criticism of Islam, while critics describe his art as encouraging racism and Islamophobia.
Bitter and unapologetic to the end.
Maybe he shouldn’t have tried so hard at being an anti-Semite. So long anti-Semitic chef, you spoiled one too many pots in your day, blaming others for your deep seated views is pathetic.
NOTE: Unfortunately, there are however, many more SDP politicians who are just as bad ready and willing to take up where Reepalu left off. From the comments:
The mayor turned his city into a globally recognised icon of anti-semitism; boycotted by Jewish tourists and boy scouts. The sort of place tourists to Sweden might pass right through for fear of being blown up by a bomb, attacked by a robber, shot by a gangster, or mistaken for a Jew and spat on by a Malmö citizen. The sort of place President Obama has to send his special anti-semitism representative to explain to the mayor how to behave. Let’s hope his long-overdue resignation will help detoxify this sad city’s rotten reputation.
Ilmar Reepalu claims that “badly chosen phrases on my part were misinterpreted and twisted into deeply insulting statements about my beliefs”.
Really? Where is the “misinterpretation”, how were his words “twisted” when he voluntarily chose to make the following statement to several newspapers both in Swedish (eg Skånskan) and English (eg The Sunday Telegraph). They are his words, nothing altered, removed or added: “There haven’t been any attacks on Jewish people, and if Jews from the city want to move to Israel that is not a matter for Malmo.”
“There haven’t been any attacks on Jewish people”? And it is of no concern to the mayor of a city if people of a given ethnicity or religion from his city are hounded into leaving? And this man is the elected mayor?
The big question is not how Sweden is going to celebrate Ilmar Reeaplu’s departure from the position of Mayor in July, but whether in fact the country can afford to have him remain in his position that long.
Published: 4 Feb 13 09:33 CET |
The Social Democrat mayor of Malmö, Ilmar Reepalu, has announced he is leaving the job on July 1st, saying he wants to spend more time with his grandchild.
Reepalu became mayor (kommunstyrelsens ordförande) of Sweden’s third largest city, situated in the south across the Öresund sound from Copenhagen, in 1994.
He announced his planned resignation in the debate pages of the regional newspaper Sydsvenskan on Monday.
In his letter to the paper, Reepalu brought up the anti-Semitism accusations levelled against him in recent years, which brought on a visit from US President Barack Obama’s special anti-Semitism representative Hannah Rosenthal.
“Badly chosen phrases on my part were misinterpreted and twisted into deeply insulting statements about my beliefs,” he wrote on Monday. His chief of staff at the time said that Rosenthal had planned to visit the city before the statements were made.
Reepalu also took the opportunity to look back at the entire tenure as head of Malmö municipality and the woes facing the city.
“The death of industry and the flight of business meant the municipality had reached a gigantic 22-percent unemployment rate,” he wrote about the early 1990s when the labour party took power in Malmö.
Listing the challenges he faced, Reepalu also wrote that the previous administration at city hall had left him with the biggest budget deficit in the history of Swedish municipal politics – 1.3 billion kronor ($200 million).
He decided to focus on Chalmers professor Åke E. Andersson’s vision of a K-Society – knowledge, creative resources, communications, cultural capital (kunskaper, kreativa resurser, kommunikationssystem, kulturellt kapital).
“Instead of Malmö desperately trying to attract big mature industry for the workers city, a rather pointless hunt tinged with the values of the past, I wanted us to focus on welfare-creating K:s.”