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Der er altid, som i politimanden Peter Springares tilfælde, voldsomt interessant at høre en fagperson fortælle udenom det svenske mediefilter. Sverige var engang landet hvor alting fungerede, men idag knirker det overalt i infrastrukturen. Der mangler penge, der mangler boliger, socialforsikringssystemet dækker dårligere og dårligere, sygehusene er alle overbelagte, og i dag kan vi læse at politiet har 157 050 uopklarede forbrydelser på deres skriveborde. Hør hvad den praktiserende læge Johan fortæller.

SD-ledelsen i Wall Street Journal: Trump har ret

Her er en risiko for at “Sverigebilledet” mørkner. Temaet ligner Søren Hviid Pedersens Lad os undgå at ende som Sverige fra igår. Han er nok også ‘fremmedfjendtlig’, men idag får ‘de fremmedfjendtlige’ 26.9 procent af stemmerne i Sverige. SD er større end S og langt, langt større end Moderaterna. Der varmes op til jordskredsvalg i 2018. Desværre ti år og 1.3 millioner fremmede for sent.

Jeg skrev for over ti år siden, at “Sverige vil ende med den værste af alle situationer: En maksimal indvandringsmodstand og en maksimal indvandrerbefolkning.” En eksplosiv cocktail der måske kunne have været undgået, hvis Sverige havde haft en fri, demokratisk debat. Det havde  Sverige ikke. Inden nettet slog rigtigt igennem, var journalisterne “vogterne ved gærdet,” i praksis var de politikernes censorer. Jeg tænker altid på dem med kostene i curling, der letter vejen for spillerne, når jeg tænker på deres kryberi for magten. De er de hovedskyldige i de nuværende og kommende blodsudgydelser.

Hvis nogen er skrevet op til voldelige sammenstød nu, er det Sverige (og Frankrig). De komme til at længes efter de dage, hvor der kun blev kastet med sten, voldtaget og brændt biler og skoler af. Der bliver en tung skyld at fordele, og det er ikke ganske sikkert, det går fredeligt af. Jeg er i nogens øjne en ond person for at forsøge at forebygge dette. Synspunktet taler for sig selv.

Mr. Trump did not exaggerate Sweden’s current problems. If anything, he understated them. Sweden took in about 275,000 asylum-seekers from 2014-16—more per capita than any other European country. Eighty percent of those who came in 2015 lacked passports and identification, but a majority come from Muslim nations. Islam has become Sweden’s second-largest religion. In Malmö, our third-largest city, Mohamed is the most common name for baby boys.

For the sake of the American people, with whom we share so many strong historical and cultural ties, we can only hope that the leaders in Washington won’t make the same mistakes that our socialist and liberal politicians did.

Riots and social unrest have become a part of everyday life. Police officers, firefighters and ambulance personnel are regularly attacked. Serious riots in 2013, involving many suburbs with large immigrant populations, lasted for almost a week. Gang violence is booming. Despite very strict firearm laws, gun violence is five times as common in Sweden, in total, as in the capital cities of our three Nordic neighbors combined.

Anti-Semitism has risen. Jews in Malmö are threatened, harassed and assaulted in the streets. Many have left the city, becoming internal refugees in their country of birth.

The number of sex crimes nearly doubled from 2014-15, according to surveys by the Swedish government body for crime statistics. One-third of Swedish women report that they no longer feel secure in their own neighborhoods, and 12% say they don’t feel safe going out alone after dark. A 1996 report from the same government body found that immigrant men were far likelier to commit rape than Swedish men. Last year our party asked the minister of justice to conduct a new report on crime and immigration, and he replied: “In light of previous studies, I do not see that a further report on recorded crime and individuals’ origins would add knowledge with the potential to improve the Swedish society.”

Our nation’s culture hasn’t been spared either. Artists accused of insulting Islam live under death threats. Dance performances and art exhibitions have been called off for fear of angering Islamists. Schools have prohibited the singing of traditional Christian hymns because they don’t want to “insult” non-Christian immigrants. Yet reports made with hidden cameras by journalists from Swedish public media show mosques teaching fundamentalist interpretations of Islam.

Sweden’s government now spends an incredible amount of money caring for newly arrived immigrants each year. The unemployment rate among immigrants is five times as high as that of native Swedes. Among some groups, such as Somalis, in places like Malmö unemployment reaches 80%. Trump Is Right: Sweden’s Embrace of Refugees Isn’t Working (log in)


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