Photo, above: Tärnsjö, 150km north of Stockholm, has become a hotbed of resentment where migrant children as young as five need a police escort to get to school.
UPDATE – November 25, 2015: I published this article on November 1, 2015. At that point nine Muslim refugee centers had been burned. By November 25, 2015 a total of seventeen Muslim refugee centers had been burned, as reported by Overpasses for America. Europeans are absolutely fed up with the liberal open-door immigration policy their leaders are shoving down their throats, creating havoc and causing them much trouble.
By Thomas Madison
Swedish vigilantes have taken matters into their own hands. Their political leaders have been shoving multiculturalism down the throats of the Swedish people for decades, which has created a crisis, a Muslim invasion. With the invasion comes all sorts of associated problems….
- Financial strain on the welfare system
- The duty to educate Muslim children, another financial strain
- Inability or unwillingness on the part of refugees to assimilate into Swedish culture
- Crime, especially the rape of Swedish women by Muslim men, is epidemic
Sweden has become the rape capital of the world, with sexual assaults against Swedish women by Muslim men at an epidemic level.
In protest of the unchecked Muslim invasion Swedish vigilantes have been burning Muslim refugee centers to the ground across the country. Nine refugee centers have been burned to the ground to get the message across – “NO MORE MUSLIMS!”
From Jews News
Refugee centers in Sweden are being burned to the ground in what appears to be a statement against the significant number of refugees the country has allowed in. The multiple arsons have all been at facilities which house or are slated to house immigrants.
One could say that someone in Sweden is mad as hell and bringing fire and brimstone to the facilities that are to be used for refugees. Seven arson fires have occurred, all of which seem to be connected with immigrant centers.
Sweden has taken in more refugees than any other European country in proportion to its population. With 100,000 “asylum seekers” already in the country this year and another 90,000 thought to be arriving before the end of the year, the citizens of Sweden may not be as welcoming as they once were.