Want to find out? The MSM in Sweden certainly won’t tell you. However, Joakim P Jonasson conducted a study on 4,000 court cases in Sweden.
- Gross rapes – men with a non-European background 84% – Afghanis, Iraqis, Somalis, Swedes in that order. Almost 2 out of 3 of the guilty are asylum seekers or men given a permit to stay. 1 out of 4 of these rapists are first or second generation immigrants
- Assault rapes – Somalis, Eritrans, Algerians, Iraqis and Gambians in that order. Swedish men with 2 Swedish parents 4.4%.
- Gang rape – 90% committed by men with a non-European background. 1 out of 4 rapists who are active in a group are Afghanis.
- Procurement – 57% of those guilty are Romanians.
- Homo rape – gang raping men has been on the increase since 2015 – 85% Afghanis, 15% Iranians.
See the full report (in Swedish) here
This was shown recently and followed two families with young children who had moved to a town in eastern Germany. This has a population of 90,000 and 2,000 migrants were assigned to live there.
The former East German population is not used to immigrants and the majority has a similar attitude to that of the Visegrad countries. During the programme the Syrian father manages to get a job as an electrician and is given a 3-year visa. His wife and 3 children are flown over to join him, but have to renew their visas every 4 months.
The German family are relatively open to helping asylum seekers but by the end of the first year are both AfD voters. The husband says they are struggling financially and resents the financial resources being given to migrants that are financed by German taxpayers like himself.
I believe the BBC should have focused on a young single Syrian man, as it is young men who constitute the majority of migrants allowed access into Germany. By choosing a family – a much smaller representative percentage of migrants – the programme was appealing to the viewer’s sympathies. The Syrian family, despite already having 3 young children, went ahead and had a baby, which seems to be completely irresponsible given the uncertainty of their circumstances, although it did lead to them being allocated a larger apartment.
So, in my opinion this programme was yet another symbol of the BBC’s subjective bias towards tacitly supporting migration into Europe. The Governing Board need to be called to account so that a much more ‘objective’ perspective can be given on this issue, where both the pro and anti stances are given equal air time and subject matter.
Link (BBC iPlayer required for viewing the programme): https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b09b6s1x/our-world-welcome-to-germany
“The large number of illegal migrants and rejected asylum seekers who are awaiting deportation in Germany are a real security threat,” the Danish government wrote in a letter to the EU justifying the decision to extend border controls.
There is “a risk that terror groups will take advantage of their precarious situation,” the letter stated.
The Danish government implemented border controls in January 2016 and they have remained in place ever since. The decision overrides the Schengen Agreement of 1995 which abolished internal border controls in an area which currently encompasses 26 European states.
Although extensions to the measure have been granted several times, the border control had been scheduled to expire in November this year. But the government has now confirmed a further extension that will take the controls well into a third year.
Danish immigration minister Inger Støjberg wrote in a press statement that, despite the drop in numbers of asylum seekers arriving in Europe in comparison with a peak in late 2015, the borders of Europe’s countries were still under pressure.
“We cannot close our eyes to the serious terror threat against Denmark. The government therefore finds it necessary to maintain border control for now,” she said according to DR.
Germany also announced on Thursday that it was extending border controls on its border with Austria on Thursday.
German interior minister Thomas de Maizière cited a terror threat as the reason for the extension.
“A complete return to a Schengen area without border controls is only possible when an overall positive development allows for it,” he said.
The EU had wanted the border controls to be abolished by the end of the year. But Germany and Denmark are two of five countries seeking to change the rules to allow for border controls to stay in place for up to four years.
This story for me is typical of the malaise in many European countries resulting from current migration policies and my thanks to Stefan at Sanity for Sweden for highlighting this story.
An Afghan refugee called Arif – acting as the spokesperson for a group calling itself ‘Afghani unaccompanied refugee children in Sweden’ – has a well-followed Facebook page and has been invited to gives New Year’s speech by a town’s socialist politicians etc. in Sweden.
It turns out that he is 20 years old and had his asylum application rejected in Oct. 2015; it was appealed twice but failed. So far the Swedish police have not been able to find him (why is this so difficult?).
In 2016 this man participated in a Swedish church confirmation camp and sexually abused a 14-year-old girl and was sentenced, with some witness questioning what he was doing in the camp in the first place. Some priests said “he was interested in Christian faith” and he is “and incredibly soft and careful guy”,
Now, when I heard this story I was absolutely incensed that incidents like this are occurring all around Europe. When added up, they create a general picture that something is wrong with European society and that Europeans have to wake up from their dormant slumber and start taking a serious look at what is going on around them. Fortunately for us it is the many alt-media vloggers like Sanity for Sweden that are helping to bring this about.
To see the full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm0BTOeRsjY