Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Last Police Station in Stockholm's Muslim Controlled No-Go Zone, to Close

Blazing Cat Fur titled its link to this Breitbart story, "Fort Apache - Sweden."

Most readers are aware that commentators have argued about whether there really are Muslim controlled "No-Go Zones" in many Western European cities. This news item makes it difficult to deny the proposition. If you can't even have a quasi-fortified police station in the neighborhood because everyone associated with it, from the police to the support help to the construction workers, are afraid to work there, then if it's not a No-Go Zone, the term has no meaning.

Occupied territory is another term that comes to mind.

And, of course, the story also confirms the bizarre disconnect in Sweden between the reality on the ground and the official propaganda that Muslim immigration is good for Sweden.

It's also useful to evaluate the reality against the propaganda emanating from another Western European source:

Of course, the boundaries of the Zone are still open for an inflow of more "refugees" - many of them returning soldiers from ISIS and other Muslim militias - as well as money from the Swedish welfare state.

Why this has been allowed or, rather, encouraged to happen is still a conundrum. But with every passing day, explaining it via some sort of mass insanity, hysteria or willful blindness seems more and more plausible. And so we get out our dusty history books and read about civilizations perishing due to irrational-seeming "cycles," based on "exhaustion" or "decadence" or whatever. As a younger student of philosophy, those theories always seemed silly to me. Why would people actually behave that way? Or if they did, surely, things are different now.
Last Remaining Police Station in Migrant-Dominated Swedish Suburbs Forced to Close 
The last remaining station in the troubled Järva area will most likely have to close, police sources have said, due to lack of staff. 
The police station in Kista is the only one still open in the Järva area, in which lie the suburbs of Rinkeby, Tensta, and Husby — migrant-dominated neighbourhoods classed by Sweden’s National Police Operations Department (NOA) as “vulnerable”. 
According to police sources, the move to close the station has already begun, and there are no plans for it to be reopened. Officers who work at Kista station will be moved to police headquarters in Solna. 
Leading terror researcher Magnus Ranstorp called the decision to close Kista’s police station a “disaster”, tweeting, “They should open four more instead!” 
Approached for comment, Stockholm area regional police chief Ulf Johansson said he was not “fully up to date” with details regarding the station’s closure, but told SVT “the premises in Kista left a lot to be desired when it comes to the work environment”. 
In March, plans to replace Rinkeby’s police station, which closed in 2014, were put on hold because construction companies feared for the safety of their workforce in the majority migrant suburb, which is notorious for gang and gun crime. 
Last year Breitbart London reported how Sweden’s police were facing a “major crisis”, with up to three officers quitting each day and 80 per cent of the force considering switching careers due to the danger they face in the field. 
“The violence against us in the police and the paramedics and firefighters, has become much worse. We’re talking about stone throwing, violence, fires. It has become much worse in recent years,” Swedish police Sergeant Peter Larsson told Norwegian state broadcaster NRK. 
Police officers, who wished to remain anonymous, slammed the move, saying it will have a negative effect on residents. 
“It is terrible that we can’t be close to the citizens, and sad and shameful to move the police station,” a source told SVT. 
“It hurts to know that residents will not be able to get the help and support they need,” said a police source. “This station has been important to the area.” 
Lamenting how police are “moving further and further away from citizens”, another source said it is a shame the station will be closed, noting: “Officers gained a lot of local knowledge working in Kista, and residents had confidence in us. We lose all that now.” 
Describing the station’s closure as “embarrassing”, another officer who works in Kista said staff “have lost all hope in the idea that our politicians are going to spend money on the police”. 
“Look at how the results have been, it’s terrible,” added the source, alluding to a report leaked last week which showed the number of neighbourhoods classed as “vulnerable” by Swedish police has risen from 15 to 23 in just two years. 
Police forces “find it difficult to carry out [their] mission” in neighbourhoods classed as “vulnerable”, according to NOA’s research, for a number of reasons which include “an unwillingness of the population to participate in legal proceedings”.


  1. All across Europe . . . they're surrendering to tyranny.

  2. Sweden is in it's death throes. They have lost even the courage to stand up for their own survival, the inability to recognize reality, and the evident loss of any reason to resist. They have lost their reason for being and are in a process of committing national suicide. Having lost their belief in God their only commitment is to live for their own pleasure. Their punishment is the freedom to do as exactly as they please.

  3. Multiculturalism is a sixteen letter word meaning anti Christian