May 23, 2017
Swedish people used to be bored and unhappy. Not any more.
If you’ve ever spoken to people who visited Sweden back in the twentieth century, you’re likely to get similar opinions from them: “Yeah, it was a pretty nice place, but boring, you know? The food is bland, the weather is dreary, and the national sport is suicide. What Swedes really need in their lives is more excitement.”
Apparently, the Swedish government felt the same way, and spearheaded a plan that would ensure their people never suffered from boredom again: they imported millions of Hajis into the country and allowed them to run amok.
And you know what? It worked.
A report by a local newspaper in Sweden has claimed 90 per cent of shootings in the country are carried out by people with foreign backgrounds.
According to research done by newspaper Dagens Nyheter, 90 out of the 100 offenders and suspected offenders have at least one foreign-born parent, the vast majority having roots in the Middle East and North Africa.
In around half of the cases, the men were born in Sweden whilst others came to the country at a young age.
The study looked at 53 convicted and 47 suspected perpetrators involved in shootings in public places which have taken place since 2013.
The most encouraging part of this story is that if 90% of the excitement is being produced by Swedes of color, then 10% of the excitement is being produced by the original, colorless Swedes!
Those hapless stick-in-the-muds are finally letting their hair down and learning to enjoy life!
No wonder Sweden often makes the list of “happiest countries in the world” these days:
These people are grinning from ear to ear at their newfound enrichment.
Amir Rostani, a sociologist at Stockholm University, said: ‘The fact is that street gangs, and violence are phenomena that occur in some areas, and most of the people who live in these areas are of foreign descent.’
“Amir Rostani”? Is that a Swedish name? I think he might be a Dane pretending to be a Swede.
Never mind, they’re all Scandinavians at the end of the day.
Around 80 per cent of the men have roots in the Middle East and North Africa, with offenders having ties to Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Turkey, Somalia, and Eritrea, Breitbart reported, citing the Swedish newspaper report.
Lars Korsell, co-author of the 2016 report ‘Criminal Networks and Gangs’, noted: ‘[The background of offenders] is not something that the government has ever asked us to examine.’
Everyone knew that the Hajis were creating the entertainment, so why would the government hire people to look into it? Talk about a waste of taxpayer money that could be better spent on flights from Mogadishu to Stockholm.
Somalis: true pioneers of joie de vivre.
The European Network Against Racism spokesman Georgina Siklossy said: ‘In terms of immigration and integration policies it appears that Sweden is more progressive than other countries, but the tide is also turning.
‘A number of restrictions to existing migration and integration policies have been introduced, and the media discourse has shifted from positive welcoming of refugees and asylum seekers to portraying migration, and by extension, migrants, as a problem.’
There is a simple reason for this shift: While a growing number of Swedes are grateful that their Haji guests have transformed Sweden into a real-life paintball arena, the older generations – who own the media – are still resistant to the concept of fun and, subsequently, dislike mass immigration.
But the times are changing. Older Swedes are dying out and being replaced by modern Swedes of all colors, and these people know that there is more to life than visiting the local IKEA store without the intention of buying anything.
The people of Sweden might be getting darker, but the country’s future has never looked brighter.
Young Swedes are beginning to realize that there’s more to life than what their ancestors gave them.