Tuesday, February 21, 2017
For Those Who Still Believe That Sweden Is A Wonderful Country, You Need To Do Some Studying
American Journalist Savagely Beaten In Sweden For Asking Questions About Muslim Refugees Raping European Women
President Trump’s false report about Sweden has caused the mainstream
media to go into a frenzy. In article after article, liberal journalists have mocked
the president for talking about a non-existent terror attack in Sweden. But are
all the Trump jokes a distraction from the deteriorating security situation in
Sweden? Let’s look at the facts.
Sweden has opened the floodgates to more Muslim refugees than any
other liberal democracy country in the West. In the process, the once-
homogenous northern European state has been subsumed by crime
and violence, including sexual violence.
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“In 1975, the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the former
homogeneous Sweden into a multicultural country. Forty years later the
dramatic consequences of this experiment emerge: violent crime has
increased by 300%,” explains the Gatestone Institute. “If one looks at the
number of rapes, however, the increase is even worse. In 1975, 421 rapes
were reported to the police; in 2014, it was 6,620. That is an increase
So why aren’t we hearing about this rape epidemic? Why aren’t the voices
of European women being heard?
Well, for one, the mainstream media, especially in the United States, would
much rather print tabloid-style headlines about fake scandals in the Trump
White House than cover actual news. By actual news we mean Muslim
refugees raping innocent women (see: Cologne, Germany New Year’s Eve).
Second, when intrepid independent journalists do make an attempt to
cover Europe’s importation of Islamic rape culture, they are censored,
silenced, discredited, defamed, or worst of all, savagely beaten.
That’s exactly what happened to American journalist Ami Horowitz.
“Recently journalist and documentary filmmaker Ami Horwitz [sic] went to
Sweden to investigate the [rape epidemic],” reported Townhall’s Katie
Pavlich in January. “When he started asking questions about filming, he
was beaten by immigrants speaking Arabic.”
Horowitz’s latest documentary, appropriately entitled “Stockholm
Syndrome,” explores the crisis of sexual violence in Sweden. The journalist’s
extensive research has led him to conclude that Sweden is now the
official “rape capital” of Europe, thanks in large part to the country’s
lax immigration policies toward Muslim refugees, or as pro-women
activists have called them “rapefugees.”