Last night’s post about Södertälje prompted a pensioner from southern Sweden to write us with his own impressions of the immigrant situation in his area. He lives in a town that has been seriously affected by immigrant “youths”, and has this to say about his experiences:
In the last five months the pressure from asylum-seekers has been obviously increasing, and is now noticeable in my neighbourhood.
On the other side of the big, dividing busy suburb street, after around 1700 hours, groups of foreign upper-teen youths ramble the small cycle-paths in the park, more or less blocking them — if you discreetly sound your cycle bell, they rail at you, scoff at you in some incomprehensible garble-language that might be Swedish at the bottom, and hardly let you pass.
It is most unpleasant and disturbing, even experienced as threatening.
I now choose other routes for transporting myself on the bicycle. If this increases, I probably wont be able to stand it — and regrettably, as a geezer, I am not able to literally fight it.
I can until further notice (!) always dream about living on a boat absent from “Swedish un-civilization” somewhere in the archipelago. The immigrants have not yet shown any longing for the coastal and island areas.
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As your commenter Avery Bullard said: “If a blog gets a 100,000 unique hits a day it is one of the biggest news blogs on the internet. If a TV news programme gets 100,000 viewers in the US or UK it would be taken off the air due to poor ratings.”
If a counterjihadistic blog in Sweden gets 3,000 readers a day — that is, 3,000 out of some (I hope) 3 million rather sensible people in Sweden — that is one per thousand who might know something about the Barcelona Treaty or the coming Eurabia!
A place for laughs!