200 Swedes Storm Occupied Stockholm Train Station, Beat Migrant Children

Món quà “giá trị văn hóa Âu Châu” đang nở rộ tại Thụy Điển: Những nhóm “thụy điển bịt mặt” truy lùng đánh đập những ai “không Thụy Điển”.

Tại một khu phố khoảng 50 người “Thụy Điển Bịt Mặt” (hiện theo tường trình mới nhất là khoảng 200 người Thụy Điển bịt mặt) đã tấn công đánh đập bất cứ ai VÓC DÁNG KHÔNG GIỐNG THỤY ĐIỂN – KỂ CẢ TRẺ EM “!!!  Với lý cớ TRẢ THÙ cho một phụ nữ Thụy Điển bị đâm chết trong khi CAN GIÁN hai đứa trẻ Somali đánh nhau trong khu tạm trú tị nạn!

Điều gì đã khiến 200 kẻ bịt mặt hành động tội phạm một cách man rợ bán khai? Hình ảnh hai đứa trẻ đánh nhau- rồi đâm chết người can gián- có thể là tai nạn cũng có thể là do tính hung hăng man rợ của nếp sống lạc hậu?

Bất cứ lý do gì, bạo động giết người, nhất là hành hung trẻ em đều man rợ! 

Vikings đội mồ sống dậy chăng? Thật là món quà thưởng tuyệt diệu! Không biết có “vóc dáng đậu phọng đỏ” nào trong nhóm bịt mặt hay những nạn nhân chăng?

Trong khi đó, Ủy Ban Liên Âu bắt đầu lên tiếng “những vụ sờ mó hiếp dâm” thuộc lãnh vực tội phạm xã hội và an ninh công cộng, không liên can đến vấn đề di dân tị nạn!

Và liệu 200 kẻ bịt mặt này có bị truy nã điều tra và xét xử như những kẻ tội phạm trị an công cộng, hay là liên quan đến vấn đề tị nạn? Để xem nhà nước Thụy Điển và quần chúng Thụy Điển hành xử ra sao với 200 tên bịt mặt này!

Ít nhất cho đến nay, bọn quyền chính kẻ tạo ra vấn nạn, có thể đã nhận ra “món quà thưởng” của Mỹ Do Thái khó nuốt trôi, và phải nhìn nhận “nửa sự thật”. Cái sự thật lớn nhất chính là người Âu Châu đang tự phá nát “giá trị văn minh tiến bộ” của chính họ đã gây dựng trong nửa thế kỷ qua!

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‘Hundreds-strong’ mob of masked men rampage through Stockholm station beating up refugee children in revenge attack for female asylum centre worker killed by Somali ‘boy’ 

  • Black-clad masked men targeted refugees at Stockholm train station
  • The mob, linked to football hooligans, targeted unaccompanied minors 
  • Before attack they handed out racist leaflets with message ‘Enough now’
  • They also refer to alleged murder of Swedish aid worker Alexandra Mezher
  • She was stabbed to death breaking up fight between two migrant boys
  • See more news on the migrant crisis at www.dailymail.co.uk/migrantcrisis  

Stockholm pogrom: Crowd of masked men hunt and beat up non-Swedes

© Eloy Alonso
Dozens of masked man went on an anti-immigrant rampage in Stockholm in an apparent retaliation for the stabbing death of a young Swedish woman at a refugee center earlier this week, local media reported.
The crowd of some 40 to 50 people went on a violent spree on Friday night at around 9 p.m. local time in and around the Swedish capital’s main railroad station, according to the Aftonbladet daily. They were beating up anyone who didn’t look like ethnic Swede. The attackers were wearing black balaclavas and armbands, the video obtained by the tabloid showed.

“They came from Drottninggatan [Stockholm’s main shopping street] and walked down toward the square and began to turn on immigrants,” a witness is cited by The Local. “I saw maybe three people who got beaten. I was quite scared so I left.”

The rampage followed a rally of some 200 people, who protested the presence of refugees in the North European country, reports Aftonbladet. They were handing out leaflets saying “Enough now”.
“They were scattering leaflets which had the intention to incite people to carry out crimes,” Stockholm police confirmed in a statement on its website.

The call was apparently referring to the death of Alexandra Mehzer, a 22-year-old aid worker, who was stabbed to death on Monday in a center for underage unaccompanied refugees in southern Sweden. A 15-year-old asylum-seeker born in Nigeria is suspected of the killing.
The leaflets reportedly accused police of failing to deal with immigrants-related crimes on protect the Swedish society.
READ MORE: Police officers flee angry mob in Swedish refugee center through back door
“But we refuse to accept the repeated assaults and harassment against Swedish women,” the leaflets said as cited by the Daily Mail. “We refuse to accept the destruction of our once to safe society. When our political leadership and police show more sympathy for murderers than for their victims, there are no longer any excuses to let it happen without protest.”
Police made several arrests, according to Aftonbladet. The attacks are linked to football gangs and far-right groups. Still city authorities have not yet confirmed any immigrants had been assaulted.
The Swedish Resistance Movement, a neo-Nazi group, claimed the attack. In a statement issued after the incident they said they “cleaned up criminal immigrants from North Africa that are housed in the area around the Central Station”.

“These criminal immigrants have robbed and molested Swedes for a long time… Police have clearly shown that they lack the means to stave off their rampage, and we now see no other alternative than to ourselves hand out the punishments they deserve,” reads the text of a leaflet published on the group’s website.
European countries are gripped by a wave of rising xenophobia as hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Middle East and North Africa flooded Europe. The EU is split on how to deal with the crisis. Advocates of keeping the doors open are facing increasingly strong opposition as public opinions are swayed against them by the cost of hosting the immigrants and social problems like crimes committed by the newcomers and their failure to adopt liberal European rules.
In some countries more violent anti-immigration activists have been targeting houses meant to become refugee centers with arson attacks, but cases of direct violence between refugees and local residents like the one in Stockholm are relatively rare.

Cologne sex attacks ‘a matter of public order and not related to the refugee crisis’ – EU Commission

European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans © Yves Herman
Frans Timmermans, vice-president of the European Commission, doesn`t see any link between mass sex assaults on New Year’s Eve in Cologne and the ongoing refugee crisis, internal minutes has revealed. He also lamented the reintroduction of internal border checks within the Schengen zone.    

The Commission’s members call for “unconditional rejection of false association between certain criminal acts such as the attacks on women in Cologne on New Year`s Eve, and the mass influx of refugees”, as the minutes of the body`s meeting from January 13, suggest.

Mass sex assaults that saw groups of people, presumably of North African and Middle East origin, harass and rob roughly 1000 women in the German city of Cologne on New Year`s Eve drew special attention to the issue of integration of migrants from war-torn countries into the European community.
More than 800 complaints were filed with the police in the aftermath of the events, with about 500 of them related to offences of sexual nature.
Ralf Jager, interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, confirmed the majority of the 52 suspects identified were not German citizens. Twenty-five were from Morocco and Algeria, 15 arrived in Germany as asylum-seekers and 11 perpetrators were staying in the country illegally.
Timmermans also denounced the reinstatement of border controls between several European countries, members of the Schengen agreement, stressing that “checks at EU internal borders must not be reintroduced, otherwise the achievements of Schengen would be placed in jeopardy”.
Earlier, several European countries such as Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and Hungary took a stricter approach to the security of their borders by reintroducing internal checks in a bid to divert the overwhelming flow of migrants sneaking into the countries .
On Monday, following the EU ministerial meeting it was announced the EU would consider prolonging temporary border measures for a period of two years instead of the currently permitted six months limit amid the growing pressure from countries with a huge refugee intake.

However, he called the accusations of some European states, challenging the EU Commission on its inability to tackle the crisis as “unworthy” and reiterated that it remains “the guarantor of European integration and Schengen area”.
Speaking about what can be done to alleviate the crisis, the commissioners listed two key areas where urgent measures should be taken.
They stressed the importance of creating so-called ‘hotspots’, processing centers where migrants are registered upon crossing the EU border and then relocated to one of the EU member states, as well as stepping up the EU external border security.