So, finally Sweden has had its first terrorist attack. A self-bomber killed himself i central Stockholm Saturday afternoon i the middle of the Christmas trade. His car also exploded a few blocks from the man just before he killed himself. Before he had also send a recorded message and a threatening e-mail to the TT (The Swedish Central News Agency), part of which is as follows:
To the Swedish people. Thanks to Lars Vilks and his paintings of the prophet Mohammed and your soldiers in Afghanistan and your silence on all this your children, daughters, brothers and sisters shall die as our brothers and sisters and children die.
Now the Islamic state has fulfilled what they have promised you. We are here in Europe and in Sweden, we are a reality, no idea, that is all I want to say about this. Our actions will talk for themselves. As long as you don’t stop your war against Islam and the degradation against the prophet and your stupid support to the pig Vilks.
And to all Muslims in Sweden I say: stop fawning on and degrading yourselves for a degrading life far from Islam. Help your brothers and sisters and do not fear anyone or anything, just God that you adore.
And to my family, try to forgive med. I couldn’t sit and watch when all injustice takes place against Islam and the prophet when the pig Vilks did what he did. Forgive my lies. I never went to the The Middle East to work or earn money. I went there for Jihad. I hope you can understand me some time. I could never have told you for you or anyone else. My dear wife and children, I love you. My love for you was never a lie. Forgive me for not telling you anything. Give kisses to the children. Tell them that daddy loves them and will always do.
Finally I greet all mujaheddin, don’t forget me in your prayers. Pray for me that here in Sweden the Muslims are so degraded that they pray for non-Muslims in their mosques. And finally to all mujaheddin in Europe and in Sweden: now it is time to strike. Don’t wait any longer. Come out with what you have even though it is a knife and I know that you have more to bring. Don’t fear anyone, don’t fear any prison, don’t fear death.
Here is another newly produced private video on the terrorist bomber and the actual explosion.
Now, is anyone a tiny bit familiar with the actual situation in Sweden surprised? For the man in the street, this was of course a surprise. He is constantly kept in the dark about Sweden’s lax immigrations provisions, which make it possible for over 95% of the immigrants to get a residence permit and life long economic support without having to prove their identity.
According to the journalist Per Gudmundson, Sweden and England have been safe havens for this kind of criminals in the 1990s and the most important refuges for the Arab-Afghan (his blog on this is partly in English):
This period was also characterized, according to al-Suri, by the dissemination of jihadi ideology, especially from Britain and the Scandinavian countries, ‘where they, at least for the time being, were able to exploit the relatively relaxed security conditions and the welfare conditions.
Our Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt made a wan statement after the attack, in which he condemned the crime, but directly urged people not to take advantage of the situation by letting out one’s fear. The latter part of the sentence seemed to be the most important thing to convey.
He also concluded “Sweden is now a part of the global world”. Well, he seems to be the last to realize this, even though he has strived very hard for the multicultural paradise, believing that it is possible to combine with the Swedish naiveté and credulity. Reinfeldt actually uses this phrase in order to free himself from responsibility of the present society. His conclusion is apparent: If we now ARE a part of the global world, he and his government must be innocent. This is supported by his statement “We must live with this”. Really? Do we? Why?
I now have the title of a new book that needs to be written on Sweden: How to ruin a country without telling the people. Who dares to write it?