In yet another incident that continues to lend credit to President Trump’s claims that Sweden is experiencing major issues as a result of their lenient immigration policies, it appears citizens living in the majority migrant city of Rinkeby will not be receiving mail for a period of time due to “safety concerns”.
Rinkeby has experienced its fair share of problems, which seem to have accelerated as of late, as in February of this year the Stockholm suburb also known as “Little Mogadishu” turned into a warzone with riots erupting due to police arresting a suspect on drug charges.
The first signs of unrest started immediately after the suspect was apprehended by police, around 8pm local time, as a crowd quickly gathered to protest the arrest. As the protesters grew more agitated, rocks were thrown at the police, prompting one officer to discharge his firearm at a protester, yet he missed his mark.
A few hours later a second, larger riot emerged in which cars were set ablaze, rocks were thrown at police and bystanders attacked. A freelance photographer who was taking pictures of the area reported he was assaulted by about 15 rioters, who threw “punches and kicks” to his head and body, resulting in him being hospitalized.
Now, after the horrific terrorist attack in Stockholm last week, police arrested a suspect in the migrant majority suburb of Rinkeby, prompting migrants to once again erupt in protest and pelting officers with rocks.
Less than 24 hours later, the Swedish postal service suspended their services to Rinkeby due to the area being “unsafe” for their workers.
PostNord to stop delivery of mail in Swedish migrant suburb of Rinkeby because it’s “not safe”.
Remind me again how safe Rinkeby is? pic.twitter.com/uY7aZG6eSS
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 10, 2017
It appears Trump’s statements regarding Sweden’s “migrant problem”, which were heavily criticized in the mainstream media, are once again proved true as well as conservative media outlets reporting on “no-go zones” across Europe that have become so dangerous that even police rarely enter, leaving local migrant courts to resolve any issues.
After the riots in February a local resident of Rinkeby, who has lived in the area for 22 years, said that he was “ashamed” of the riots and that the once beautiful, peaceful town is now “like living in a ghetto.”
(TRANSLATED) – At 22 o’clock started a new riots in the area when a number of cars set on fire and looted shops in the area.
A shopkeeper was beaten when he tried to protect his shop. In the morning there were data on a total of three injured.
– They received the blows and kicks and seek medical care, says SVT Nyheter reporter Valentina Xhaferi in place in the area.
Fire department had to wait before being able to drive into the area to extinguish fires.
At midnight it was quiet in the area again police said.
“It’s a bitch”
Alejandro has lived 22 years in Rinkeby, and he’s upset about tonight’s fight.
– It’s bullshit, it’s like living in a ghetto, one is ashamed of course, says Alejandro.
It seems to be a sad fact that life in the once peaceful towns in Sweden has changed dramatically since accepting hundreds of thousands of migrants, with politicians even calling for the “reintegration of returning ISIS fighters into [Swedish] society”.
The Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby was also the site where reporters from 60 Minutes were attacked by local migrants last year as they attempted to report on alleged “no-go zones”, or areas that have been completely dominated by immigrants and even police no longer enter due to how dangerous they have become.
Although Sweden has largely been a beacon of tolerance when it comes to migrants, building them many mosques and even removing Christian symbols as to not offend Muslims, it appears Sweden is running low on patience after the Stockholm attack that claimed the life of an 11-year-old girl, as political leaders are calling for restricting future migration acceptance.