It looks like Endgame is fast approaching for Modern Multicultural Sweden. Municipal leaders in the Gothenburg — the country’s second-largest city — are calling for the army to be sent in to control cultural enrichment in the city’s gang-ridden no-go zones.
The call for military intervention isn’t coming from the WAYCISTS of Sverigedemokraterna (the Sweden Democrats), but from representatives of Moderaterna (the Moderates), the nominally center-right party of former Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt.
That’s how serious the situation is.
Moderaterna in Gothenburg: Send in the military against the gangs
After recent serious violence in the Gothenburg suburb of Hjällbo, Hampus Magnussen, the municipal counselor (M) in Gothenburg, is proposing that the military should be deployed against gang criminals in a motion voted through by Moderaterna (Moderates) in Western Sweden. In the autumn, the proposal will be considered at the Moderates party meeting.
“We have a police authority that is under enormous pressure and in many ways is at a disadvantage. So we think that the military can support them in many tasks where they have relevant training, such as setting up roadblocks and searching vehicles,” says Hampus Magnusson to Dagens Samhälle.
Presently, the Swedish military cannot be used on the grounds that “there is a risk that it could use force or violence against individuals,” according to the provision on defense forces support to civilian activity, something the Moderates in Western Sweden want to change.
“It is my absolute judgment that there must be a change in legislation. What is happening today in Sweden where individual policemen’s homes are being fired at, and there are explosions at police stations, is the domestic terrorism of our times,” says Magnussen to Dagens Samhälle.
Magnusson’s proposal is supported by the municipal board chairman in Gothenburg, Axel Josefson (M).
“This is a way that can help the absolutely acute police shortage we have in Sweden, where we want to go back to a system in which you can use emergency police who can support the police in special incidents, and it will naturally be under police leadership,” says Josefson to Expressen.