Monday, May 27, 2013

Muslim Battle Cries Over Stockholm: the media and the suicide pact

Update: While the Swedes have their monolithic socialist mindset to blame for their predicament, FrontPage has a look at the role of the media in this postmodern suicide pact.
"Of all the reports I looked at, the one that most effectively epitomized the asinine, mendacious approach of the Western media to this latest nightmare was a piece from Reuters that had no fewer than eight names attached to it. I would strongly recommend that you read the whole thing; in fact, I would suggest that it be taught in future history courses as a prime example of the high level of duplicity of which the early twenty-first-century Western media were capable when confronted with raw displays of Islamic power on their own turf. " Read on..
H/t Sheik Yer'mami
May 26, 20913

The riots have been raging for a week now. Cars were torched and police faced stone-throwing youths in Stockholm's immigrant-dominated suburbs on early Sunday, but the nightly riots that have raged for a week appeared to be easing, police said. (...) A police patrol in Vaarberg, a suburb south of the capital, was attacked by rock-throwing youths, but no one was injured and no arrests were made. And in Jordbro, another southern district, police were attacked with stones by a couple of people as they tried to arrest someone for assault, and used tear-gas to defend themselves. Read more

May 25, 2013

Muslim riots rage in Stockholm for sixth night And still the media persists in denying and obfuscating who is rioting and what the root cause of the riots really is. Swedes, collectivists through and through, have finally started to debate whether this might have something to do with "generous asylum policies" -  which it has not. Good luck to the Swedes while they are trying to figure it out!
Stockholm experienced a sixth straight night of riots early Saturday, with cars torched in several immigrant-dominated suburbs, as Britain and the United States warned against travelling to the hotspots. 
Nearly a week of unrest, which spread briefly Friday night to the medium-sized city of Örebro 160 kilometres west of Stockholm, have put Sweden's reputation as an oasis of peace and harmony at risk. Read more here..
May 24, 2013

Update: Stockholm braces for fifth night of riots'

May 22, 2013

Muslim teacher can't connect the dots between religious slogans and battle cries with acts of vandalism and rioting.

There is as yet no remedy against psychological denial and institutionalized taqqiyah

It seems that Stockholm has become the Paris of the North — but probably not in a way that would gladden the heart of a Swedish tourism minister. A third night of rioting has engulfed the suburbs of Stockholm, spreading from Husby to Tensta, Kista, Rinkeby, Jakobsberg, and other culturally enriched neighborhoods.

The Swedish and Norwegian media are covering the events (assiduously avoiding saying anything about the ethnicity or immigrant status of the perpetrators), but I’m told that Danish outlets have so far made no mention of what is happening in the capital of their Nordic neighbor. Which is curious, considering the Denmark is generally more open than Norway or Sweden.

Many thanks to The Observer for translating this article from Aftenposten:

More car fires and unrest in various locations in Stockholm

For the third night in a row riots have broken out in the Swedish capital. Cars are burning in various locations in and around the city according to Swedish media reports late Tuesday night. In addition to the car fires a barn, Husby Gård [Husby Farm], which houses a cafe and an art center, have been torched according to Svenska Dagbladet [Swedish newspaper] According to the newspaper, the fire department is at the scene, but the building is completely ablaze.

Kindergarten is burning 

Cars have been torched in several suburbs in the northwestern parts of Stockholm, including in Husby, Tensta and Kista, writes Cars are also burning in the southwestern part of the city, according to the newspaper. In Husby, a kindergarten was set on fire, but the fire was put out just before one o’clock on Wednesday morning, writes Aftonbladet.

“We’re not used to dealing with situations like this on such a scale. It’s hard when it spreads to different areas,” says Lars-Åker Stevelin, leader of operations at the Södertörn fire station, to the newspaper.

Threw rocks at the police

Aftonbladet writes that according to police reports, rescue personnel in Norsborg in the southwestern part of Stockholm had rocks thrown at them during the riots. writes that the police were engaged in a confrontation with youths outside the police station in Jakobsberg, in the northwestern region of Stockholm. Youths threw objects at the police and the police station was exposed to vandalism, the newspaper writes

Third night in a row

This is the third night in a row that major unrest has erupted in and around Stockholm. The riots allegedly started after police officers shot and killed a 69-year-old immigrant who was threatening people with a knife [machete, according to some accounts — BB] in Husby. Several commentators have pointed, however, out that the root causes goes deeper and that the turmoil is a result of social decay.