As reported earlier, a 60 Minutes crew from Australia, headed by Liz Hayes and guided by Jan Sjunnesson, were attacked by immigrant youths in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby, also called "Little Mogadishu".
The report shows an accurate picture of the conditions in many suburbs in Sweden, which seem to be escalating by the day, with shootouts, fires and rapes, and cover-ups by the police and mainstream media, which must share the blame with incompetent politicians who continue to let it happen.
Sweden is on the brink of an economical and cultural disaster, says Jan Sjunnesson, to 60 Minutes, but the government is not listening.
Because, although Sweden now has reduced its intake of refugees and migrants from the Third World, the government has promised to open the floodgates again this summer, starting from July.
This honest report from 60 Minutes, doesn't sugarcoat what happened, and as many Swedes as possible need to see it, because the current government simply needs to be voted out before it's too late, if it's not already too late.
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