Rinkeby is a heavily culturally enriched suburb of Stockholm. Its population consists almost entirely of immigrants, and most of those are Muslims. For many years it has been subjected to gang violence, rioting, rape, arson, assault, theft, and all the other problems associated with “refugees” wherever they accumulate in Europe. Rinkeby has been in the international news lately, thanks to Donald Trump — and a new spate of rioting and car-burnings.
With the help of Fjordman’s diligent work, we’ve been reporting on Rinkeby here for almost eleven years. The situation there was dire eleven years ago, and it has grown much worse in the years since.
As reported in last night’s news feed, an American journalist was recently escorted out of Rinkeby by Swedish police (although the police dispute his account). FouseSquawk has translated a Swedish article about what happened, and includes this note:
Fria Tider of Sweden has an interesting piece on an American reporter who came to investigate Rinkeby and the situation in Sweden. There are three videos in English, and I have translated the text of the article.
The translated article:
War reporter gets police escort out of Rinkeby
The war reporter Tim Pool, who recently came to Sweden to investigate whether there was immigrant violence in the country, was escorted out of Rinkeby on Wednesday by the police. It was too dangerous to be seen there.
“We must have a police escort now. We have been warned by them that it can be physically dangerous if we don’t leave Rinkeby now”, says Tim Pool in a film he published on Twitter at 3pm on Wednesday afternoon.
“This is the way it is in the daytime. The police followed us, because we would be followed. We have been warned that it can become dangerous within a few minutes. Fifty people could be here,” he says further in a film he published.
“I really thought I would be able to go around the quarter without any problem. I was wrong. They thought we were Swedish press. When we were leaving, they began screaming things at us,” he explained in two other tweets on Wednesday.
It was after the lawless situation in Sweden gained international attention that Tim Pool, an American war and disaster journalist, decided to pay a visit to this multicultural land.
It was Trump who made this happen. He has called Sweden a dangerous land with big problems, said Pool to Dagens Nyheter earlier in February, and continued:
“We had planned to travel to Sweden regardless, but now we really want to find out what is happening.”