Former police commander: Immigrants are behind the wave of violent crime blighting Sweden, but the authorities refuse to admit it | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Former police commander: Immigrants are behind the wave of violent crime blighting Sweden, but the authorities refuse to admit it

Police and politicians fudge the issue for fear of not being politically correct. But until they accept violent crime is being carried out by Somali and Arab gangs, they won’t be able to tackle it. It’s a lesson for the UK too.
Sweden is under assault, with its residents enduring frequent bombings, hand grenade attacks, murders, and shootings. Last year, there were 257 bomb attacks, following 162 the year before. With a population of just 10 million, that would be the equivalent of more than 1,600 bomb attacks being carried out annually here in Britain. Almost none of these incidents was motivated by terrorism.

So, how has one of the previously most peaceful and liberal countries in the world been turned into such a den of criminal depravity? And why have the authorities allowed this descent into anarchy?

The truth is that, all too often, the Swedish police and politicians refuse to deal with the real reasons these crimes go on, because the perpetrators are not indigenous Swedes. The attacks are almost always part of ongoing feuds between criminal gangs that are fighting over drugs and territory. These gangs are principally made up of Somali immigrants, with others from the Middle East. They all bring a culture of extreme violence and misogyny from their war-torn homelands.

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