Did you see this story in the news over the weekend?
“Gang of 21 masked men throw Molotov cocktails at synagogue in Gothenburg as terrified Jewish students huddle inside”
Gothenburg is Sweden’s second-biggest city. It happened Saturday night and the story was everywhere, in other countries, at least.
Twenty-one terrorists attacking a synagogue with firebombs, should be big news.
The night before, in Malmo, Sweden, there was a protest by Muslims against Jews — and against the Saudi government.
In one weekend, there were calls for a stabbing spree in Malmo, a 21-man attack on a synagogue in Gothenburg and in the capital city of Stockholm, they only said anti-Semitic things and burned a Star of David.
But, unless you were reading a foreign media source, you didn’t see this news.
There were Muslim protests in Canada too, in Vancouver. Some kids were saying they look forward to paying with their blood for the liberation of Palestine from the Jews.
What’s happening in Sweden is coming to Canada — it couldn’t be clearer. And the complicity of the five-p professionals couldn’t be clearer — the police, prosecutors, the press, politicians, the professors.
We see how things are now in Canada where 3 or 4% of our population is Muslim. In Sweden, today, it’s about double what we have at 8.1%.
We’re about ten years behind Sweden. But what will they look like in the future?
In a generation, Sweden will be 30% Muslim. France and Germany, almost 20%. The UK — 17%.
The Swedes were never asked if they wanted to destroy themselves. A small elite of politicians made that decision — but the rest of the Swedes were just too polite to object.
I bet they wish they could turn back the clock ten years, which would put them where we are.
If you were lucky enough to be able to come back from what Sweden is today, to what we are, would you do or say anything?
Or, like a polite Swede, would you just smile and keep quiet?
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