This translation by our Swedish correspondent CB is from last week — I’m catching up on some of my backlog — but it’s still relevant. It concerns a Swedish coastal town that is experiencing a wave of culturally enriched violence.
First, this note from the translator:
And the disintegration of Sweden proceeds unabated. Now coming to a town near you!
This report is from a medium town on the Swedish west coast, and after a week the police deem it necessary to call in reinforcements.
How many towns in Sweden need to be on fire before some hard questions will be asked about the leftist ideals that have been shaping Sweden for so many years?
Extensive unrest in Falkenberg
Extensive unrest befell Falkenberg on Friday evening. Hallands police requested backup from Västra Götaland and from Skåne.
Around 22.00, a group of about twenty persons threw stones in the housing area Falkagård, just north of downtown Falkenberg.
Also a number of fires were set.
At 22.45 Hallands police had seventeen patrols in place and requested backup from neighboring police districts: Västra Götaland and Skåne, says Commissioner Andreas Bengtsson of the central command of the police in Halmstad.
“We went in with a big force to secure the rescue service’s work, and to stop an escalation,” said Anderas Bengtsson.
Stone-throwing has, according to the police, been directed against buildings, amongst others a day-care center.
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The fires have been lit in trash bins and in the undergrowth.
Those behind the unrest are said to number not more than fifteen to twenty persons.
“I would think that they are in their twenties,” says Commissioner Bengtsson.
No personal injuries have been reported.
During the past week there have been car fires in Falkagård.
“There have been cars burning just about every night.”
Around 23.00 the squad cars from the Gothenburg police were on their way to Falkenberg.
The show of strength by the police seems to be supported by information that the police received in tips.
“There were tips and indications that violence against the police was being prepared,” says Mikael Fridbrand, assistant officer of the watch at the central command of the police in Halmstad.