Earlier this month I reported on a Somali ghetto known as “Little Mogadishu” in the Swedish town of Borlänge. Many international students who lived in the neighborhood expressed their desire to escape from the crime-intensive Somali enrichment —they must have been WAYCISTS. What other explanation could there be?
Three days after Löfven’s visit to Tjärna Ängar — Robbery at knifepoint of large sum of money
October 24, 2020
A 25-year-old man was robbed at knifepoint in the immigrant-dense area of Tjärna Ängar in Borlänge, also called “Little Mogadishu”. Under the threat of a knife, the man was forced to withdraw a large sum of money.
On Wednesday Prime Minister Stefan Löfven visited the Somali ghetto Tjärna Ängar in Borlänge, which is characterized by crime and great insecurity.
His visit came after international students who were placed in student apartments in the ghetto became so frightened that they wanted to move to the center of Borlänge.
Löfven stated that “many are proud to live here,” according to Aftonbladet.
But early Saturday morning another serious crime occurred in the area.
About 5am police were alerted that a 25-year-old man was subjected to a robbery outside a boutique in Tjärna Ängar.
“Two men, unknown to the victim, approached him, threatened him with something that was perceived to be a knife and forced him to withdraw a large sum of money from an ATM. The men then left the scene,” police write on their web site.
The incident is being classified as a robbery. There are no suspects.