Löfven: 'It is unacceptable that people do not dare to go out'

Löfven: 'It is unacceptable that people do not dare to go out'
Sweden, once one of the most peaceful countries on Earth, has radically changed due to almost unrestricted immigration from the Middle East and Africa. The country is now known as the rape capital of Europe, with so many rapes that police are overwhelmed and do not have the resources to investigate them all.

Over the course of a month, three brutal gang rapes have taken place in Malmö, which in turn have made the police to warn women not to go out alone at night.

Now, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has commented on the recent events in the "multicultural" city.

- It is unacceptable that people do not dare to go out. The police will get even more resources, and we'll now add more resources than the police have requested, he said in an interview with SVT.

Meanwhile, more people from the Middle East and Africa are pouring into the country, as family reunifications after the massive migrant wave in 2015 are ongoing.

You should bookmark this site and follow us on Facebook and Twitter if you want to stay up to speed on the Swedish socialist-led decline and collapse of a formerly well-managed country, because from now it's steep downhill, with a civil war erupting as an end result.

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