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Last year 5 937 rapes were reported in Sweden. This is an increase with 9 per cent from 2008. The number of reported sex crimes was 15 693, also an increase from 2008 with 9 per cent. Even the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brottsförebyggande rådet, BRÅ), in popular parlance called Council for Crime Denial, states that only 5-10 per cent of rapes that are committed are reported to the police. The actual figure is thus at least 60 000 rapes per year on Swedish girls and women. This gives us 5 000 rapes every month. Slightly more than 164 rapes per day.

This is a true story about one of many thousands cases. The victim is a twelve-year-old girl. But it is not the girl that gets the protection of the authorities. It is the perpetrators who are protected and escape and therefore can repeat their crime – against the same girl. It is a story that is appalling. But it is true. This is how it is when Swedish politicians and authorities sacrifice tens of thousands girls and women on the bloodstained altar of multiculture. They think perhaps that is a low price to pay for the immigration policy that seems to go wide of the mark – impossible to reconsider.

Fact:
A twelve year old Swedish girl is pulled into the bushes, in November last year, by four to six foreign asylum seeking boys in the age of 15. There, the girl is raped, beaten, threatened to life and forced to oral sex. People hear that something is wrong, and presumably many people see what is happening as well, but few dare to step in. Someone has the presence of mind to call the crucial telephone number 112. The police arrive and they make report themselves, as the girl does not dare.

This happens to the girl: A police interrogation is held and there is a visit to the doctor.
The doctor’s stated opinion: consummated rape was not possible to prove since the girl was hysterical in the gynaecological chair, whenever someone came close to her genitals, but DNA was secured, and various other injuries on her body that prove the assault. This is a very abusive treatment of a newly raped little girl. Even hard for a grown-up, but this child was horror-struck.

The police’s sentence: interrogation, which means questions about her clothes, if she had not tried to attract the attention of older boys, was she virgin etc.? Yet another assault – now from the police!

The girl is 12 years old!

The boys are reported to the social authorities. The girl is separated from her security, her home and her family, and is sent to a treatment centre for 8 weeks in order to get help to overcome her traumatic experience. Once again: the girl is 12 years old!

The girl goes home and discovers that the boys are out in society as usual. They come in a gang and slap her, beat her and kick her. She is propped up against a wall, pushed into a ditch by two sturdy big brothers. They hurl abuses at her, she is terrorized, pursued and she gets death threats because she has reported them. She has destroyed their honour, so she will die!

Fact: She was not the one who reported. It was the police who did, when they arrived to the scene of the crime. They saw what was going on.

The girl is in fear for her life. She does not dare to stay outdoors alone. It shows that her fear is well founded. One day when she is on her way to a friend the boys notice this. They go up to her, push their way in and rape her again.

This time it is possible to prove. They justify this by saying that she has ruined their honour by reporting them, so now she will be forced to pay back. The next time she won’t get away with just a rape. Now they are only nice. The next time they will take her life!

Now it is the month of March. A few months have passed and what has happened in this case?
Fact: The boys walk around like kings, their friends and relatives laugh derisively at the Swedish authorities that do nothing.

The girl fears for her life. She now stays in her home like a prisoner, day and night. If someone rings the doorbell, she feels the horror – is it the boys who come? She suffers from anxiety hysteria because of these boys. She does not sleep. She has gastritis and migraine, even shows signs of destructive self-injury behaviour, both in action and in thought. But she gets no help.

The girl is 12 years old!!

What will happen now, when the authorities have turned their back on this little Swedish girl and her family, is that the family will split up. The girl’s mother has had enough. She has decided to flee her own town, for the sake of the girl.

Fact: Before November there was a Swedish family in a Swedish town that enjoyed life. The mother went to her job in the morning and the children to the school, like many other people. They felt safe and secure, in their home, in their town, just as it should be.

This family does not exist any longer. It was crushed by a gang of immigrant youths one day in November. These boys are not even punished, because they are already ”injured” boys, asylum seeking refugees.

The girl and her family become refugees in their own country. Everything because of the fear of taking strong measures when these kinds of crimes are committed. In Sweden there is an ostrich-like policy. The fear of the fact that the crimes will awake racist feelings and measures makes these boys roam freely.

Not even the newspapers dare to write about the incident, since it took place in one of the famous million programme suburbs.

In Sweden today a twelve-year-old girl’s life is ruthlessly crushed by a gang of immigrant youths.

In Sweden today there is a gang of immigrant youths walking around with a loathsome view of women and that will commit crimes again.

In Sweden today the authorities turn their back on a twelve-year-old girl.

In Sweden today there is a Swedish family with refugees in their own country.

[The text was published on Facebook in March 2010. The text was written by a friend of the family]

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Sweden has had this year’s first national trauma. On 31 March an elderly couple were going to park their car outside a supermarket in Landskrona, a town in the south-west of Sweden. They found a parking lot for disabled persons, but it was occupied by a young man in his twenties. The old man honked in order to make the young man move. The young man, later found to be Ahmad Akileh, born in 1986 in Lebanon, got offensed and a quarrel began. Akileh threw the old man, 72 years old, onto the hood of his car and punched brutally. His wife, 78 years old, saw the abuse and went up to help her husband. She was also assaulted and got punched so hard that she fell to the ground and hit her head seriously. The young man fled. The following day the old woman died from her injuries. The national trauma was a fact. How could a young man do such a horrible thing to an elderly couple?

Some of the local companies promised to give a sum of money to the person who could help the police to find the perpetrator. The rumours started. Landskrona is a town that has severe problems with unemployment, mass immigration, segregation, and crime is on the increase especially among the young immigrant gangs. People don’t dare to go outdoors alone in the evening anylonger.

After some days Akileh was found. His mother said directly that it wasn’t his intention to kill the woman. It appeared that his wife, his new-born daughter and a brother also had been in the car at the scene of the crime. Apparently, they had done nothing to help the old couple, for example helping them or calling the police.

The leaders of four local Muslim associations held a press conference to deplore the “accident” and warn that it could “cause xenophobia”. Indeed. That’s the real news angle here. That’s the ticket: A purely hypothetical outbreak of violent attacks on Muslims always trumps actual violent attacks on non-Muslims. And the Swedish press suddenly forgot about the victim and started writing sobstories about the perpetrator. “Now he cannot hold his little baby anylonger” and suchlike articles were to be found, and one in the tabloid the Expressen.

It is as usual utterly important for the press to emphasize that this was a crime perpetrated by an individual and that is very uncommon and will probably never happen again. It could have been anyone, they state repeatedly. This way of trying to smooth things over when the setting involves immigration cannot be seen in other matters. It is not the case when it comes to a crime of violence towards a woman. Then it is always a symptom of the patriarchal society that all men participate to build and uphold. So all men are on principle guilty when one woman is abused. Different reasoning apparently applies for different topics.

A “ordinary” conclusion in the politically correct media is that the blame almost must be put on the political party the Sweden Democrats. This has become a common dodge for the media in order to have a scapegoat when immigrants are involved in something negative. This accusation was especially suitable, since the Sweden Democrats had got more than 20 per cent of the votes in the recent election in Landskrona. So it simply must be their fault, something that was stated in the subsequent debate!

On the Internet the name of the perpetrator was published early, in contrast to the politically correct media where the perpetrators always are kept in the dark particularly if he is an immigrant. On the Internet people could also say the truth behind the criminal development in Landskrona and elsewhere, i.e. that the mass immigration has caused precarious situations in Landskrona and in a considerable number of other places. But this fact is absolutely unmentionable officially. The on-line publication led to a debate according to which the hatred on the Internet was alleged to be spiteful. At last this alleged hatred seemed to be even worse than the crime itself. Now the media’s role had turned into defending the perpetrator. This poor guy had been so maltreated and slandered on the Internet.

On 5 April there was a manifestation in Landskrona against the violence. But TV4 called it a manifestation against racism. In consideration of the perpetrator? So the attacked woman had not been exposed to a racist crime? The low-water mark is the tabloid Expressen that finally accuses everyone who is against the murder of being racists. Or how should their article otherwise be interpreted?

Would the wrath in Landskrona have been exactly as severe, if the suspected perpetrator had been blond and blue-eyed?

The newspaper makes excuses for the violence and tries to blame those who are against it. Sweden’s national trauma has consequently led to a medial trauma and it might be the last straw.

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The blogger Merit Wager reports interesting information from inside the Swedish Migration Board. Her contact inside the walls regularly provides Wager with alarming information on corrupt legal practice from this authority. Read this blog post and judge for yourself.

It is easy to believe that the following quotation is taken over from some kind of comic magazine. Unfortunately, it isn’t. It is true and the quotation is taken from an article in the magazine Today’s Law (Dagens juridik):

The Migration Court claimed that it was apparent that the government had not had the right to promulgate a regulation of a claim for a passport in order to a residence permit can be issued, and decided not to apply the regulation.

Int the Migration Courts, those who judge are representatives from the seven parliamentary parties, together with one judge. The party representatives are laymen, called lay assessors (nämndemän), so there is only the judge who has a degree in Law. So the lay assessors can make a decision by a majority and disregard the opinion and knowledge of the judge.

Now, this one and only sentence in the quotation above shows, with unpleasant and absolute clarity, that the asylum management (and the rule of law on the whole) has had a total breakdown in Sweden.

Read the quotation once more and figure out what it implies!

It means that the politically appointed lay assessors “decide” that the government’s (and the parliament’s) legislation “isn’t correct” (according to the lay assessors who are at the court that very day) and that the Migration Court therefore wilfully reserves the right to ignore the law.

In American TV series they talk of ”contempt of court”. Transferred to Swedish conditions the Migration Court is “in contempt” of both itself and the government. As usual, no one will have energy enough to act and the madness and the disregard of the legislation will continue. In the banana monarchy of Sweden.

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