Sweden's Migrant Rape Epidemic

Sweden's Migrant Rape Epidemic
Not that long ago Sweden was one of the safest countries on planet Earth, along with the other Scandinavian countries, Norway, Denmark and Finland.

They were prosperous, and world class excellent at skiing, except Denmark, which sucks badly at winter sports (no hills to train at).

Sweden had Abba, Norway had Aha, Finland had vodka and saunas, and Denmark had no hills.

Nobody felt the need to lock the doors at night, and gang rapes only happened in horror movies from Hollywood.

Then the Swedish left-wing socialist government suddenly decided that immigration would greatly benefit the country.

Open your hearts (and your wallets), the (former) Swedish PM, Fredrik Reinfeldt said, and the Swedes did.

So where did the peaceful, low-crime Sweden go? Why does Sweden now have the second-highest number of rapes in the world, after only Lesotho?

This is is a short video where the Swedish journalist Ingrid Carlqvist of the Gatestone Institute, explains how immigration from Third World countries like Somalia, Eritrea, Syria, etc. has impacted Sweden.

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