Löfven is 'prepared' to deploy the army, Swedish media reports.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven does not rule out military intervention against the escalating crime perpetrated by the many Muslim gangs in the country, which de facto means that Sweden would enter into a state of civil war.
"It's not my first choice to deploy the military, but I'm prepared to do what it takes to ensure that the serious organized crime goes away," he said after the party leadership debate in the parliament yesterday, SVT reports.
When Sweden in 2015 opened its borders to hundreds of thousands of "refugees" from the Middle East, there were no lack of warnings to what would happen in a few years. But the warnings were ignored by the government and then they all came through.
In the last couple of years, Sweden has seen an explosive crime wave occur, with several hundred shootings last year, hand grenades thrown, including at the police, and bombs going off on a regular basis.
Schools are a mess and hospitals are in chaos.
In addition, there are now so many rapes that the police do not have the resources to investigate them.
In fact, policemen have several times warned that they have lost control:
Policeman: - Many have no idea how serious the situation in Sweden is
Now the government is beginning to see what a grave mistake it has done, which Minister for Finance Magdalena Andersson put into words recently:
- Sweden has received too many immigrants
Recently the Swedes were also told by the Defense Committee to prepare for war, with a potential Russian invasion used as a cover story. "Each individual should be able to manage for a week without help in case of war," was the message.
That message could turn out to be very useful very soon.
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