Since your Savant’s shocking visit to Sweden recently I have taken a morbid interest in watching that formerly model society spiral toewards disaster, if only for the slim chance that Ireland might learn something from it. Given that the Swedish media are prohibited from reporting such matters I have found Fjordman in the Brussels Journal, an excellent source of unfiltered news.
He identifies Malmo as the worst part of the country, although personally I’d give Trelleborg that dubious accolade. A few items at random:
An Arab girl interviewed in Malmö said that she liked it there. It felt like an Arab city
Some schools there have as few as 5 percent ethnic Swedes in their classrooms.
A high school teacher in Malmö, Sweden, discovered that about a dozen Arab students were laughing and shouting "Allahu Akbar!" while watching a DVD of infidel (don’t forget, that’s us, folks) hostages being decapitated- but didn't think the incident was such a big deal.
At least 139 schools in Sweden suffered arson attacks during 2002 alone (Muslims don't like mixed education, see) . In Malmö three schools were put on fire during one night (see left). Björn Vinberg from the fire department in Kroksbäck in the Malmö area says it's humiliating and degrading to put out fires again and again in the same immigrant areas, with school kids laughing at them and lighting a new one just afterwards. His colleagues have been to the same place no fewer than twenty times, all totally unnecessary.
A man was attacked and nearly killed for the crime of wearing clothes with his own national flag while Sweden was participating in the World Cup. Sweden has the Christian cross in its flag, and apparently, some "Multicultural youths" found this to be an intolerable provocation.
Mohammed has now become the most common name for boys.
Some Swedes are starting to fight back, and mosques in the cities are being fire-bombed
Recent estimates indicate that the rapidly growing Muslim immigrant population will turn Malmö into a Muslim majority city within about ten years, helped by the fact that native Swedes are leaving the city in droves. Recognising such trends, Jens Orback, a Government Minister said ‘we must be open and tolerant towards Islam and Muslims because when we become a minority, they will be so towards us." Smart lad, is our Jens. Just like they’re tolerant to minorities in their own countries, right?
Former Swedish Prime Minister Gustav Carlsson has pointed out that the trend towards a Multicultural Europe is unstoppable; therefore, Islam must be recognized as a "domestic" European religion.
Lessons for Ireland, anyone?