In a bold move, on April 10, citizens of Bulgaria, seemingly fed up with government's refusal or inability to enforce its own laws, arrested a number of Muslims illegally entering Bulgaria and demanding they go back to Turkey.
Amateur video footage broadcast on several Bulgarian televisions and in social media showed three men lying on the ground, their hands tied behind their backs as someone shouts: "Go back to Turkey!"
Border police who arrived at the scene found the three unhurt and with their hands free.
One might imagine that the government could stop this vigilante activity simply by carrying out its own responsibilities to protect its borders, and the security and well being of its citizens.
When governments fail to do this (and in cases like Sweden, Germany and the UK, actually appear to be working against the security and cultural interests of their own population) vigilante actions will, and probably should, increase.
More on this story to come shortly.