Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Sweden: Police add another 8 no-go areas where they have very little control over law and order

(Stockholm) Everybody laughed when President Trump stated that mass unbridled immigration into Sweden had resulted in a huge increase in crime and no-go areas. Everybody got into the act in which to try and discredit him. Well, yesterday, the Swedish police added another 8 areas in Sweden's which are deemed no-go areas. Oh, hang on. In Sweden, they don't refer to them as no-go areas. No, they refer to them by the politically correct term: so-called vulnerable areas. I quote:
The police definition of such districts describe them as socio-economically vulnerable areas where crime and poverty rates are generally high, where police regularly have to adapt their methods and equipment to the volatile situation, where there may be violent religious extremism and where residents often do not report crimes to the police, either out of fear of retaliation or because they think it will not lead to anything.
In 2015, Sweden's national police released a report of 53 so-called vulnerable areas, including 15 considered especially vulnerable. Eight new districts have now been added to that list, making that a total of 61 no-go, sorry, socio-economically vulnerable areas.