April 9, 2016 – San Francisco, CA – FreeFireZoneBlog News – In a timely piece from the ever reliable Gatestone Institute, Ingrid Carlqvist investigates the further descent into anarchy by the former socialist jewel, Sweden [now also known as the per-capita rape capital of the world].
“For the last few years, Sweden has been overwhelmed with Roma beggars from Romania and Bulgaria. Recently, the government estimated that there are now around 4,000 in Sweden (population 9.5 million).
You see beggars sitting outside virtually every store, not just in the big cities, but also in small rural villages. In the far north of Sweden, at gas stations in the middle of nowhere, patrons are greeted by beggars saying “Hello, hello!” while holding out their paper cups. Not long ago, begging was considered eradicated in Sweden…Then, suddenly, everything changed. Today, Stockholm, Malmö and Gothenburg are among the cities with the most beggars per-capita in Europe. More and more people feel uneasy about the beggars, who sometimes are even aggressive.”
This madness is caused by the Marxist notion of multiculturalism which holds that a European [nee, Caucasian] society cannot judge other cultures according to Western values and that doing so is inherently racist/bigoted/misogynistic/patriarchal, etc.
The outset of such thinking is that the idea of a culture defending itself is racist and should therefore be illegal, in both the criminal and civil sense.
It’s as if upon waking from a slumber under a shady tree you finds yourself covered with swarming fire ants, but refrain from squashing the little buggers over fear of hurting their feelings or in some other way, offending them.
People of this mindset are really too stupid to live and if they want to die in this manner so be it.
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