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👉The wave of crime in Sweden is unstoppable
👉In Hungary, on the other hand, crime decreases in proportion to the increase in the number of jobs and employees! This is understandable, since who feels like crime after 8 hours of hard work?
👉Note: The left would share a basic income with us, which would lead to mass labor avoidance and thus put crime on a rising trajectory!
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Creating various rankings and indexes, independentNumbeo.comAccording to its compilation, Sweden is the second most dangerous country in Europe, right after Ukraine and ahead of France.
Just last Sunday night, on Valentine's Day, in the space of a few hours, three high-profile explosive crimes also took place in the northern country. In Malmö, more than twenty cars caught fire at 9 in the evening, and in parallel, an explosion shook the area, damaging a row of garages, the police website said. At 1 o'clock at night, a door was blown up in Kristianstad, also in southern Sweden. Witnesses said the force of the blast was so strong that it was heard for miles. The third blast took place in Gothenburg’s no-go zone at 1.15. The wave of violence did not stop from Monday to Tuesday, in a murder attempt in Olofström three people were injured with gunshot wounds.
In recent years, the Swedish Royal Police have received a lot of legitimate criticism for failing to keep up with the explosive spread of crime. The world presented in the 2003, somewhat ironic Swedish film comedy The Shadows is a long way off. The film is about wanting to close a small-town police station because there is no crime at all in the locality. In order to justify their work, local police are preparing reports of reckless cases. Today, it is more a matter of organizing crime even in small towns, and it is no longer necessary to prosecute for public urination, but for blackmail, bombing and delay. The interior minister reported in January that the number of armed crimes continued to rise in 2020, with 366 shootings ten percent higher than a year earlier. As a result, 117 were injured and 47 died. According to Mikael Damberg, more than half of the fatal shootings took place in neighborhoods called “vulnerable” by Swedish politics, where 5.4 percent of the population otherwise live.
Although the police have recently begun to grow somewhat into the task, which is also helped by the fact that more recently, both the legal environment and the material conditions provide more opportunities for the board, but they are still just lagging behind the events. Commander-in-Chief Anders Thornberg spoke unusually honestly about the crimes committed by the gangs earlier this year. He said that at the time of the epidemic, the number of all forms of crime had decreased, except for the number of crimes linked to gangs, because it had increased, and more people had never died as a result than last year.
In his view, recruitment should be ordered to stop because parallel societies formed as a result of gang crime undermine democracy.
"The government is unable to understand the problem of gang crime, which is why Sweden has become a gangster paradise," Lasse Wierup, one of Sweden's best-known criminal journalists on public television (SVT), said in an interview with him. According to him, years of official work to curb crime have not yielded results, and crime has become a lifestyle among some young people with a "special" background. Instead of previous spontaneous offenses, crime has become organized over the past ten years, the average age of perpetrators has dropped drastically, while the rate of violence has risen and gangster identity has developed.
Violence has become commonplace
Car fires, delays, shootings and explosions have become commonplace in the no-go zones of Stockholm, Malmö and Gothenburg. According to Wierup’s research, there are currently about three hundred and fifty organized bands. In his view, the volume and magnitude of their acts of violence make Sweden unique in Europe. Wierup’s view that the government does not understand the problem is backed up by a response from the prime minister in a TV interview last year.
When asked by the presenter what he would do differently today with the problems of the districts that formed and became uncontrollable under the left-wing, social democratic governments, Stefan Lövfen, a welder, answered with laconic simplicity:
} “We did not foresee that this would become of it”.
His sentence, which has since become a hostel, reveals much about the inertia of the left-wing government and the complete lack of real face to the serious problems that exist.
The no-go zones continue to swell
Following the agency's report, the minister responsible stated that he saw no concern, saying it was too early to draw conclusions; what’s more, Morgan Johansson says the process is moving in the right direction.
There will be no compromise on border protection!
They decide what to talk about!
Terrorist attacks perpetuate in "developed and tolerant West"
On the margins of Cologne and American events. We will never give in, it is not the Hungarian police who will kneel, but the terrorists