Video of anonymous vigilantesA�attacking mostly criminal migrants around Stockholm Main Station:
“Now it is enough!
That Sweden is not what it once was, no one can have missed by now. Basically every day, we are now forced to wake up to new murders, robberies, rapes and other attacks. We’ve had to suffer through countless cases of serious crime where perpetrators also escape punishment by claiming that they are under 15.
Around the country, police are reporting that they no longer have the power to prevent and investigate crimes which affects the Swedish people.
In some cases, such as the recent murder of a woman working at a home for the so-called “unaccompanied minors” in MA�lndal, it goes so far that the National Police Commissioner chooses to show greater sympathy for the perpetrator than the victim. This sort of disrespectful behavior is now deeply ingrained in our spineless politicians, our weak justice system and our lying media.
But we refuse to accept the repeated attacks and harassment of Swedish women. We refuse to accept the destruction of our once secure society. When our political leaders and the police show greater sympathy for murderers than their victims, there is no longer any excuse to let it happen without protest. When the Swedish streets are no longer safe to walk for ordinary Swedes, it is our duty to fix the problems.
Today therefore 200 Swedish men send a signal to the North African “street children” raging around the capital’s main railway station. Police have clearly shown that they lack the means to stop their progress and we now see no other alternative than we ourselves hand out the punishments they deserve.
The judiciary system has given them a walkover and the social contract is thus broken – and therefore it is now every Swedish man’s duty to defend our public areas for the imported crime.
Us who gather today are not your politicians, your journalist or a policeman. We, however, are your father, your brother, your husband, your colleague, your neighbor. Swedish men and women deserve security in their daily lives and we therefore urge all others who see the problems to follow in our footsteps, both in Stockholm and in other locations around the country. For a better future together.”
Video of the Swedish National Police Commissioner sympathizing with Somali killer of young social worker:
Via Daily Mail:
The head of the Swedish police has sparked outrage by expressing sympathy with the teenage asylum seeker accused of murdering social worker Alexander Mezher.
National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson, who has already admitted police cannot cope with the wave of migrant crime, said he has concerns about the a�?horrorsa�� and trauma the accused murderer may have witnessed.
He said he was a�?distraughta�� on behalf of Miss Mezhera��s family but also for the killer, saying: a�?What has that person been through? Under what circumstances has he grown up? What is the trauma he carries?a��