Sunday, January 21, 2018

The Blessings of Multiculturalism in Sweden

John Pepple suggests we put multiculturalism to the test in Sweden.  He suggests Sweden be used as the example to show what happens with massive muslim immigration into a Western country, using Sweden as a sacrificial lamb.  In fact, this appears to be happening.  Here's a report from U.K.'s Daily Mail detailing the growth of immigrant gangs armed with military weapons, increasing crime, no-go zones, and the usual denial from the "progressive" elite.  Read it, it's chilling.  But things have reached the point that Prime Minister Löfven is now contemplating use of the Swedish army as a last resort for imposing law and order.  (Note that this Reuters report carefully avoids mentioning who comprise the gangs.) 

Here are a few excerpts.  From Katie Hopkins' Daily Mail piece:

I asked Mattias Karlsson, leader of the Swedish Democrats - currently leading in the polls - why other politicians refuse to acknowledge the problems right in front of their eyes.

He explained that to accept there is a problem would mean accepting nearly 80 years of liberal thinking was wrong. That multiculturalism doesn't work, that mass immigration does not lead to integration, that Sweden has made a big mistake.

And from the Reuter's piece:

“People are shot to death in pizza restaurants, people are killed by hand grenades they find on the street,” Sweden Democrat leader Jimmie Akesson said in parliament on Wednesday.

“This is the new Sweden; the new, exciting dynamic, multicultural paradise that so many here in this assembly ... have fought to create for so many years,” he said sarcastically.

I can't imagine anything will actually be done.  Don't expect the army.  Current European governments are tied to (or by) political correctness and the dogma of multiculturalism.  It would take entirely different governments to make any serious change in policy. 

Pepple's lamb continues its march to slaughter.

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