In the following video, Peter Imanuelsen, a Swedish journalist and political commentator who is reporting on news from Sweden, says that a civil war in Sweden could be imminent. This is because Prime Minister Stefan Löfven recently told that he considers deploying the army to combat the severe and escalating crime by Muslim gangs in the suburbs, and because that millions of pamphlets were just distributed to Swedish citizens, asking them to prepare for war.
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But as he points out, if the army is deployed, it does not necessarily mean that these heavily armed gangs would just give up and surrender.
On the contrary. They would most likely give the Swedish army such a fight that the outcome actually could end up in defeat for the army, and then what?
Because, as we have reported on earlier, the Swedish army is not huge, it is not particularity well trained for urban combat and cannot expect help from NATO without a reaction from Russia, and the gangs are probably as many or more, imported guys with experience from actual war zones in the Middle East and Balkan, and are just as well armed.
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And this risk of defeat and loss of thousands of panicking Swedish troops, is probably why the government is so reluctant to act. They are afraid of the outcome, exposing this vulnerability, and thus fear for their own lives eventually.
However, they would of course deny every word in this report, telling the world that everything is fine and under control, much like "Baghdad Bob" during the invasion in Iraq.
But the fact remains, if nothing is done it will only get worse, until there is no other choice than to try the army.
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