Ahead of Prime Minister Stefan Löfven's appearance in the Bollsta Folkets Hus, around 70 Afghan protesters along with Swedish middle-aged women gathered to demand that all deportations of unaccompanied youngsters from Sweden to Afghanistan are stopped.
Behind the manifestation is the nationwide movement #vistårinteut, who wants to stop all expulsions of unaccompanied children and young people, who in reality are mostly grown men.
In connection with the protest, the national broadcaster SVT was at the scene to report. Three pictures were posted on its website, and in one picture one can clearly see some Afghan "boys" holding a poster with the words:
"Regret within 3 days or DIE!"
Blogger Pettersson found the above picture on SVT, but it was later removed. Where previously there were three pictures from the protest on SVT's website, there are now only two. Both more innocent, without any visible death threats.
Apparently SVT found it best to cover up the news that illegal Afghan immigrants are threatening the Swedish democratic system and Swedes in general.
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