As recently as a few weeks ago, the hostile Wikipedia entry on “Fjordman”claimedÂ that my previous essays about the Swedish rape epidemic are false because the massive increase in rapes was caused by “a widening of the legal definition of rape.” I bet it was.
Now I notice that statement has now been quietly removed. This is probably why:
Sweden has the highest incidence of reported rapes in Europe â€” twice as many as “runner up” the UK, a new study shows. Researchers behind the EU study, which will be presented on Tuesday, conclude that rape appears to be a more common occurrence in Sweden than in continental European countries. In Sweden, 46 incidents of rape are reported per 100,000 residents. This figure is double as many as in the UK which reports 23 cases, and four times that of the other Nordic countries, Germany and France. The figure is up to 20 times the figure for certain countries in southern and eastern Europe.
My comment:Â As I have explained in my bookÂ Defeating Eurabia, where I devote an entire chapter to explaining the appalling situation in Sweden, Ethnologist Maria BÃ¤ckman, in her study “Whiteness and gender,” has followed a group of Swedish girls in the suburb of Rinkeby outside Stockholm, where natives have been turned into a minority of the inhabitants due to immigration. The subjects “may encounter prejudices such as the idea that Swedish girlsÂ act and dressÂ in a sexually provocative way or that blonde girls are easy.” BÃ¤ckman relates that several of the Swedish girls she interviewed stated that they had dyed their hair to avoid sexual harassment. They experienced that being blonde involves old men staring at you, cars honking their horns and boys calling you “whore.”
A clear majority of Muslims in Denmark doesn’t want religion to be criticized, according to a survey Capacent prepared for DR.
In the study “Your Muslim Neighbor” (Din muslimske nabo) conducted among Muslims in Denmark, They were asked whether it should be forbidden to criticize religion.
55% thought it should, while 34% didn’t agree.Â
The Rules are Different for Palefaces
by Baron Bodissey
I’m going to yoke together two seemingly unrelated stories here, so bear with me for a minute.
The first article comes from Sweden, and concerns the resignation of the fire chief at a RosengÃ¥rd fire station. As regular readers know, RosengÃ¥rd is the scene of nightly arson and rioting by “youths” from the immigrant housing projects. After they set a school or a car ablaze, gangs of young punks wait around for the fire brigade to show up, and then pelt the firemen with stones, bottles, and the occasional fire bomb, all the while knowing that any significant punishment is unlikely to fall on them.
The local fire chief decided he had had enough of all this, and resigned. But you have to admire the guy: instead of quitting his job entirely, he simple gave up his administrative position and will continue as a rank-and-file firefighter.
According toÂ The Local:
RosengÃ¥rd Firefighters Call it Quits
After months of suffering through thrown rocks and threats directed at his squadron during numerous calls to the RosengÃ¥rd neighbourhood in MalmÃ¶, local fire chief Henrik Persson said on Tuesday he is stepping down from his post.
“I’m not getting any support from our top management. They don’t listen to our requests for a secure working environment,” Persson told the Sydsvenskan newspaper.
Persson, who also sits in on the board of Sweden’s national firefighters’ union, said he will abandon his leadership role at the JÃ¤gersro fire station and instead continue work as a rank-and-file firefighter.
Three other firefighters, including another squadron leader from the JÃ¤gersro fire station, also said on Tuesday they were quitting in hopes of relocating to other stations, the Dagens Nyheter (DN) newspaper reports.
Firefighters and police officers have long been subject to thrown rocks and threats on calls to MalmÃ¶’s RosengÃ¥rd neighbourhood, with fire fighters working to introduce measures to make their jobs safer.
But their efforts have been for naught, according to Persson, who feels that he can no longer guarantee the safety of his colleagues.
“At a recent meeting a police officer said we need to be ready to have Molotov cocktails thrown at us,” he said.