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https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/11/05/sweden-9-10-car-thefts-committed-foreign-gangs/

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Sweden: 9 in 10 Car Thefts Carried Out by Foreign Gangs

CHRIS TOMLINSON
5 Nov 2019

Figures from the Swedish police’s National Operations Department (NOA) have revealed that foreign gangs are behind 90 per cent of the car thefts in the country.

The report also notes that foreign gangs are responsible for the majority of thefts of other machinery including car parts, boat engines, and agricultural machines ,and that the stolen goods are often quickly shipped outside of Sweden, Sveriges Radio reports.


While the Swedish customs administration is particularly vigilant with inspecting vehicles coming into Sweden, the agency has been seen to be much more lax with vehicles exiting the country, spending just two per cent of their time looking at outgoing vehicles.

According to the radio broadcaster, Swedish law makes it so that it is not illegal to remove stolen items from the country, making it difficult, if not impossible, for the customs administration to detain and arrest those smuggling goods out of Sweden.

Foreign gangs are also said to be behind nearly half of all home burglaries as well, according to the NOA statistics.


The report comes only weeks after police in Stockholm warned about the growth of the brutal Nigerian mafia known as the Black Ax in the Swedish capital.

Primarily specialising in drug smuggling and prostitution, police arrested members of the Nigerian mafia in Gothenburg in October, with investigators also finding $11,647,775/£9,467,375 worth of drugs including heroin and cocaine.


In 2017, Swedish newspaper Expressen noted that 94.5 per cent of Stockholm’s identified gang members were from migration backgrounds, with 40.6 per cent of them being born overseas.

Foreign-born residents or those from migration backgrounds are also heavily overrepresented in sex crime convictions, according to a report from SVT in 2018.

The broadcaster claimed that in their analysis of 843 cases, 58 per cent of the men convicted of rape and attempted rape were born in another country.

The figures were even higher in cases of assault rape, in which the victim did not know their attacker, with more than eight in ten convicts being foreign-born.

Follow Chris Tomlinson on Twitter at @TomlinsonCJ or email at ctomlinson(at)breitbart.com



Some of the statistics cited above are confirmed in this article from Sweden radio:
https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.a ... el=7336079

(It is in Swedish but you can use Google translate)

Those migrants are used to lower the wages of the local workers, who don't want shitty jobs paid a shitty pay. They are, according to Marx, the reserve army of labour. But finally they become the lumpenproletariat, another marxist term about thieves, gangsters...


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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to Sweden
PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:07 pm 
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chijohnaok wrote:

Some of the statistics cited above are confirmed in this article from Sweden radio:
https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.a ... el=7336079

(It is in Swedish but you can use Google translate)


FYI, that article does not really confirm what I suspect Tomlinson tries to hint at - i.e. that migration is bad and that negroes from Nigeria etc are cockroaches. "Foreign gangs" could be criminals from Poland, Russia or say the Baltic states. haha


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:24 pm 
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wulfir wrote:
chijohnaok wrote:

Some of the statistics cited above are confirmed in this article from Sweden radio:
https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.a ... el=7336079

(It is in Swedish but you can use Google translate)


FYI, that article does not really confirm what I suspect Tomlinson tries to hint at - i.e. that migration is bad and that negroes from Nigeria etc are cockroaches. "Foreign gangs" could be criminals from Poland, Russia or say the Baltic states. haha

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to Sweden
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wulfir wrote:
chijohnaok wrote:

Some of the statistics cited above are confirmed in this article from Sweden radio:
https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.a ... el=7336079

(It is in Swedish but you can use Google translate)


FYI, that article does not really confirm what I suspect Tomlinson tries to hint at - i.e. that migration is bad and that negroes from Nigeria etc are cockroaches. "Foreign gangs" could be criminals from Poland, Russia or say the Baltic states. haha


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Tomlinson tries to hint at - i.e. that migration is bad


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foreign gangs are behind 90 per cent of the car thefts in the country.


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foreign gangs are responsible for the majority of thefts of other machinery including car parts, boat engines, and agricultural machines ,and that the stolen goods are often quickly shipped outside of Sweden


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Foreign gangs are also said to be behind nearly half of all home burglaries as well


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police in Stockholm warned about the growth of the brutal Nigerian mafia known as the Black Ax in the Swedish capital.


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Primarily specialising in drug smuggling and prostitution, police arrested members of the Nigerian mafia in Gothenburg in October, with investigators also finding $11,647,775/£9,467,375 worth of drugs including heroin and cocaine.


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In 2017, Swedish newspaper Expressen noted that 94.5 per cent of Stockholm’s identified gang members were from migration backgrounds, with 40.6 per cent of them being born overseas.


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The broadcaster claimed that in their analysis of 843 cases, 58 per cent of the men convicted of rape and attempted rape were born in another country.


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The figures were even higher in cases of assault rape, in which the victim did not know their attacker, with more than eight in ten convicts being foreign-born.


Presuming those statistics are correct (some were provided by police and others were provided by a broadcaster), what conclusion should a person arrive at?
The statistics would appear to indicate that those with migration backgrounds, particularly those who were foreign born, account for a disproportionate share of crime in Sweden.

Is that conclusion incorrect?
If so, please explain why (and if possible provide statistics to support your answer)

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"Foreign gangs" could be criminals from Poland, Russia or say the Baltic states.

Agreed, "foreign" would imply those who came to Sweden from elsewhere (Africa, Poland, Russia, or the Baltics)

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that negroes from Nigeria etc are cockroaches.

Well, he didn't say that (cockroaches), but the article cited the POLICE as the ones who referenced the Black Ax Nigerian mafia and the drug smuggling statistics.

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to Sweden
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chijohnaok wrote:
Well, he didn't say that (cockroaches)...


Yet, at Breitbart, Gates of Vienna - that's what it's all about - the migrant vermin narrative. War is coming. The great population replacement is happening, today.

And oh, I almost forgot - I hear it's all organised by the Eternal Jew.

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frei zu leben nicht
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chijohnaok wrote:
Agreed, "foreign" would imply those who came to Sweden from elsewhere (Africa, Poland, Russia, or the Baltics)...


I would assume a Baltic, or say Russian, crew on a "crime tour" in Sweden is of little interest to Breitbart writers. They want us to connect the dots between allowing stinking savages from MENA regions into the country and rising crime because, basically, those foreigners are cockroaches. Tomlinson mentions NOA and Nigerians, but not Lithuanians, Russians, Poles...? haha, why not, eh...?

Metro article detailing the most common international crime networks in Sweden (spring 2019). Lists Lithuanians, Poles, Romanians, Russian speaking, and South Americans..., if google translate doesn't work out I can translate it, inte för att jag tror att det gör någon nytta överhuvudtaget...

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DE VANLIGASTE INTERNATIONELLA NÄTVERKEN I SVERIGE
• Litauiska fordonsnätverk

• Litauiska tillgreppsnätverk (gods som lätt kan omsättas som t.ex. verktyg, maskiner, båtmotorer, bostadsinbrott, drivmedel)

• Polska fordonsnätverk

• Polska tillgreppsnätverk (gods som lätt kan omsättas som t.ex. verktyg, maskiner, båtmotorer, bostadsinbrott, drivmedel, butiksstölder, gods från transportstölder)

• Rumänska/Moldaviska rififikuppnätverk (takinbrott)

• Rumänska transportstöldsnätverk specialiserade på tillgrepp under färd

• Rumänska/Moldaviska fordonsnätverk med fokus på fordonsdelar

• Rumänska tillgreppsnätverk (systematiska butiksstölder och tillgrepp av gods som lätt kan omsättas som t.ex. verktyg, maskiner, båtmotorer, bostadsinbrott, drivmedel, metallstölder, gods från transportstölder)

• Rumänska åldringsbrottsnätverk (stölder och bedrägerier)

• Rysktalande multikriminella nätverk i samverkan med framförallt stöldligor från Georgien, men även Ukraina och Vitryssland (bostadsinbrott och systematiska butiksstölder)

• Sydamerikanska nätverk (bostadsinbrott, rån och systematiska fick- och personstölder)

Källa: Källa: Nationella operativa avdelningen (Noa)



https://www.metro.se/nyheter/sa-har-de-internationella-stoldligorna-etablerat-sig-i-sverige-9CnJe0Vt5


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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to Sweden
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After shootings and blasts around Copenhagen, Demark is now tightening border controls with Sweden.

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COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Denmark will temporarily reinstate border controls with Sweden and step up police work along the border after a series of violent crimes and explosions around Copenhagen that Danish authorities say were carried out by perpetrators from Sweden.

The checks, which start Tuesday for six months, will take place at the Oresund Bridge between Copenhagen and the Swedish city of Malmo, and at ferry ports.

Lene Frank of Denmark's National Police said there will be both random and periodic checks of people crossing the border and officers will focus "particularly on cross-border crime involving explosives, weapons and drugs."

Since February, there have been 13 blasts in Copenhagen. Authorities believe an Aug. 6 explosion at the Danish Tax Agency "was committed by criminals that had crossed the border from Sweden." Two Swedish citizens are in custody.

Denmark Justice Minister Nick Haekkerup has called a June 25 double murder — where two Swedish citizens were gunned down in suburban Copenhagen — "a showdown between feuding gangs from Sweden."

On Saturday, one 15-year-old boy was shot dead and another 15-year-old was critically wounded in Malmo, Sweden's third-largest city, which lies just across the water from Copenhagen.

The boys "were well-known to the police despite their young age," senior police officer Stefan Sinteus told a news conference Monday. "It was a somber weekend."

The shooting took place just minutes after an explosion in another Malmo district where a bomb set under a car detonated, destroying the vehicle and damaging other cars. Police said Monday that the blast could have been a diversion from the killing.

No one has been arrested in the Malmo shootings.

Police in Malmo — a Swedish city also hit by explosions and shootings between feuding gangs — will get extra officers to cope with the violence, said Carina Persson, the southern Sweden regional police chief.

"We have a serious situation," Prime Minister Stefan Lofven told the Swedish news agency TT. "The inhabitants of Sweden should feel safe, whether they are on the streets and squares, at home in their residential area or wherever they are."

Haekkerup said last month that the blast at the headquarters of the Danish Tax Agency and the twin murders in suburban Copenhagen were "examples of the serious crime that can flow over the border from Sweden. We will not accept that."

He said the temporary border controls should protect Denmark against both "foreigners who do not live up to the entrance criteria and foreigners who may intend to commit serious organizes crime or terror in Denmark."

Along with the border checks, authorities plan to have more CCTV surveillance, more surveillance of gang members, more drones and more bomb-sniffing dogs, Haekkerup said.

https://news.yahoo.com/denmark-temporar ... 16965.html

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 Post subject: Re: Welcome to Sweden
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After shootings and blasts around Copenhagen, Demark is now tightening border controls with Sweden.

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COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Denmark will temporarily reinstate border controls with Sweden and step up police work along the border after a series of violent crimes and explosions around Copenhagen that Danish authorities say were carried out by perpetrators from Sweden.

The checks, which start Tuesday for six months, will take place at the Oresund Bridge between Copenhagen and the Swedish city of Malmo, and at ferry ports.
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Wrong thread, the border controls are in Denmark. But there is no "Welcome to Denmark"-thread though.

But you are such a keen recycler anyway. ;)

But this is actually sad development, counter to the Nordic Passport Union in effect since 1954. :(

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Nothing good ever came from Denmark anyway. The eternal token effort. You'd think they'd have it in them to send a division to Iraq, but no...


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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50339977

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Sweden's 100 explosions this year: What's going on?

By Maddy Savage
Stockholm
12 November 2019

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Twenty-five people were hurt in this June attack in the central town of Linkoping

When three explosions took place in one night across different parts of Stockholm last month, it came as a shock to residents. There had been blasts in other city suburbs, but never on their doorstep.

Swedish police are dealing with unprecedented levels of attacks, targeting city centre locations too. The bomb squad was called to deal with 97 explosions in the first nine months of this year.

"I grew up here and you feel like that environment gets violated," says Joel, 22.

The front door of his apartment block in the central Stockholm neighbourhood of Sodermalm was blown out and windows were shattered along the street.

Who is to blame?

This category of crime was not even logged prior to 2017. Then, in 2018, there were 162 explosions and in the past two months alone the bomb squad have been called to almost 30.

"Bangers, improvised explosives and hand grenades" are behind most of the blasts, says Linda H Straaf, head of intelligence at Sweden's National Operations Department.

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This building attacked in the Sodermalm area of Stockholm is not far from a playground and a school

The attacks are usually carried out by criminal gangs to scare rival groups or their close friends or family, she says.

"This is a serious situation, but most people shouldn't be worried, because they are not going to be affected."

Teams have been sent to work with gang crime specialists in the US, Germany and the Netherlands, and they are liaising with Swedish military experts who dealt with explosives in Africa and Afghanistan.

"It's very new in Sweden, and we are looking for knowledge around the world," says Mats Lovning, head of the National Operations Department.

For criminologist Amir Rostami the only relevant comparison is Mexico, plagued by gang violence.

"This is unique in countries that pretty much don't have a war or don't have a long history of terrorism," he says.

Where are the explosions?

Most attacks have taken place in low-income, vulnerable suburbs in the biggest cities: Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo.

Malmo had three blasts in just over 24 hours at the start of this month.

But more affluent places are now being targeted too. An explosion in the residential northern Stockholm suburb of Bromma last month destroyed the entrance to a block of flats, blew out windows and damaged cars.

A 20-year-old passerby was treated in hospital when a bomb targeted a grocery shop in the historic university city of Lund. And 25 people were hurt when a block of flats was targeted in the central town of Linkoping.

Sodermalm is a former working-class area that has become increasingly gentrified. Vintage boutiques and vegan delicatessens break up grids of mustard- and terracotta-painted apartment blocks. The building targeted is opposite a park and close to a school.

"Immediately afterwards, when police closed off the streets and I walked with my two kids to preschool, I got really scared," says Malin Bradshaw, who lives a few doors down.

It felt just weird. I’ve been living here my whole life, I grew up here and you feel like that environment gets violated
Joel, 22
Apartment block was targeted in Stockholm


No arrests have been made and police will not comment on potential motives.

"If it was targeted then to be honest it makes us feel safer, because then the attack was not aimed to harm the public," says Ms Bradshaw, hoping it was not a random attack.

Who are Sweden's criminal gangs?

Police say the criminals involved are part of the same gangs behind an increase in gun crime, often connected to the drugs trade. Sweden saw 45 deadly shootings in 2018, compared with 17 in 2011.

But why they have added explosives to their arsenal is unclear.

Swedish police do not record or release the ethnicity of suspects or convicted criminals, but intelligence chief Linda H Straaf says many do share a similar profile.

"They have grown up in Sweden and they are from socio-economically weak groups, socio-economically weak areas, and many are perhaps second- or third-generation immigrants," she says.

Ideological debates about immigration have intensified since Sweden took in the highest number of asylum seekers per capita in the EU during the migrant crisis of 2015. But Ms Straaf says it is "not correct" to suggest new arrivals are typically involved in gang networks.

For many on the political right the explosions add fuel to their argument that Sweden has struggled to integrate migrants over the past two decades.

"In the future the situation might grow even bigger and even more problematic," says Mira Aksoy, who describes herself as a national conservative writer.

"Since they are in the same area, they are in the same mindset. It's easy for them to connect to each other. They don't feel like they should become a part of Sweden and they stay in their segregated communities and start doing crimes."

This kind of sentiment has grown in recent years, and the nationalist Sweden Democrats attracted 18% of the vote in 2018.

But Malin Bradshaw believes crime levels are more to do with income and social status.

Amir Rostami says ethnicity rarely plays a big role in gang membership in Sweden. "When I interview gang members... the gang is their new country. The gang is their new identity."

Did Swedish media hush it up?

Another important layer of this story is how it has been covered by Swedish media.

After last month's trio of attacks in Stockholm, public broadcaster SVT was accused of a leftist cover-up for leaving the story out of a main evening news programme.

"I think that they have not done a great job... I feel like they're trying to shrink the news," argues writer Mira Aksoy.

Christian Christensen, a journalism professor at Stockholm University, was himself surprised that some programmes paid little attention to the explosions, but feels there was extensive coverage in the big newspapers and on local news programmes.

"The problem is that Sweden is used symbolically as proof of problems with immigration, proof of problems with leftist policies - unfairly in many cases," he argues.

A recent study by polling company Kantar Sifo found that law and order was the most covered news topic on Swedish TV and radio and on social media.

What are authorities doing?

Police say they are trying to track down the perpetrators, but only one in 10 of such crimes in 2018 has led to a conviction.

The head of the National Operations Department has promised greater co-ordination with security police.

The home affairs minister has announced increased powers to search suspects' homes and greater efforts to break the culture of silence around gang crime.

But in Sodermalm, resident Anders Herdenstam says there has to be a greater focus on integration.

"I am not afraid for where I live. I am more concerned when it comes to developments in Sweden nationally."


Everyone knows that the Swedes are trend setters and these recent bombings in Copenhagen are just a sad attempt at imitation of their Swedish neighbors.
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But Malin Bradshaw believes crime levels are more to do with income and social status.


Is someone admitting that Sweden has a low-income strata of people?
I thought those high taxes and generous government benefits were supposed to eliminate all that?

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Everyone knows that Sweden has never sacked Copenhagen, but should have. At least we broke free from the Kalmar Union...


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