Monday, May 27, 2013

Children of refugee's welcomed by Sweden - riot & hate Sweden - why?

NY Times    In Stockholm and other towns and cities last week, bands made up mostly of young immigrants set buildings and cars ablaze in a spasm of destructive rage rarely seen in a country proud of its normally tranquil, law-abiding ways. 

The disturbances, with echoes of urban eruptions in France in 2005 and Britain in 2011, have pushed Sweden to the center of a heated debate across Europe about immigration and the tensions it causes in a time of deep economic malaise. 

The riots, now subsiding, have produced less damage than the earlier ones in Paris and London, which also involved mostly immigrants. But the unrest has shaken Sweden, which has a reputation for welcoming immigrants and asylum seekers, including those fleeing violence in countries like Iraq, Somalia and Syria, and regularly ranks in surveys as one of the world’s happiest places. 

“I don’t know why anybody would want to burn our school,” Ms. Bromster said. “I can’t understand it. Maybe they are not so happy with life.” 

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  1. Recipients and PublicityMay 27, 2013 at 12:09 PM

    Why are smart people scratching their heads? If refugees or children of refugees riot and behave like savages, then put them on planes or ships and send them back to where they came from. Otherwise, put up or shut up.

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    1. they might blow up the plane

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  2. Isn't Sweden one of those countries that gives Israel a hard time on its treatment of Palestineans?

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    1. Sweden is also one of those countries where the Muslims/arabs give the Jews a hard time. The city of Malmo is full of arabs, and they are attacking Jews there, to the point that most of them have left. And the mayor is an anti-semite, who does nothing about it.

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    2. Sounds like they have Stockholm syndrome.

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  3. Take it from a Canadian: it's the policy of multi-culturalism.
    Once upon a time there was a simple rule when you moved to a new country: you became a citizen and accepted the norms of that country.
    Multiculturalism posits that this was bad, that the culture you moved away from is the culture you must stay with. Therefore in your new country you are actively discouraged from taking up the local norms. That would be cultural imperialism and that's bad.
    So you have immigrant communities from countries that hate you. You actively encourage the leaders of that community to maintain the cultural norms of their home. So is it any wonder kids are raised on a "You are from such-and-such. Such-and-such hates this place so you, to be a good member of the community must hate it as well!"?

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  4. Interesting they always refer to them as "immigrants" in the articles and headlines about the chaos in Sweden but never as Arabs or Muslims. When that is who is doing it. They self-engineered their own destruction thanks to the policies of the multicultural cult - welcoming into Europe the arab muslims who have promised they would take over Europe through demographics and then fundamentally change its character. At least we can feel a bit relieved that Israeli Jews aren't the only idiotic people in the world with their Oslo self-destruction. The Swedes are also suicidally dumb.

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  5. BTW, speaking of Sweden, Guilio Meotti just wrote a must-read piece about Malmo where Jews are fleeing due to antisemitic attacks.

    Here is an excerpt:

    Op-Ed: Welcome to Malmö's Final Solution
    The city of Malmö will soon be Judenrein. A step on the road to a judenrein Europe.

    ...The dozens of ethnic groups in Malmö are united in one organic body. Yet according to the newspaper Dagens Nyheter, while the old industrial city becomes "a international melting pot full of optimism," the Jewish families are leaving it.

    Malmö is the city that serves as the symbol of the Swedish Jewish community. The main synagogue of the "Judiska Församlingen i Malmö", founded in 1903, is one of the few temples preserved from that era in Europe. Most similar synagogues in the continent were in fact destroyed under Nazism.

    The city of Malmö will soon be Judenrein. Free of Jews. As the Dagens Nyheter notes, a growing number of Jewish families are leaving due to Islamist anti-Semitic attacks.

    Malmö, capital of the prosperous province of Scania, had a 2,000-strong Jewish community in the 1970s. However, only 500 remain there today, explains the newspaper. “The majority have moved to Stockholm or abroad.”

    Sweden, which was famously neutral during World War II and served as a refuge for Scandinavian Jews, is a prototype of Europe's new anti-Semitism. Jewish cemeteries were desecrated and the Jewish centers were bombed, worshippers were abused on their way home from the synagogue, and "Jude S--- destroys Hollviken" and "You shall be gassed" were mockingly chanted in the streets.

    Indeed, it is part of a tragic, but unavoidable, process: the New Europe will be a Jews-free continent. It begins with Malmö and it ends with Rome.

    ...

    From A7
    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/13357#.UaN8W5xz4n4

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  6. Hashem is telling the Europeans, "You murdered 6 million Semites during WWII and claim that you have changed your ways. Prove it to me. Here's millions more Semites. Try to live with them."

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  7. yes, Sweden has some of the worst anti-semetism attitude, the average swedes have inferior complexity in front of ambitious people whom like to contribute to the world in a positive way. Jewish in general fits into this category. Swedes want to maintain their moral superiority, so getting people from Syria, Somalia and Iraq will indeed satisfy their vanity!!!

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