There was a time when the Empire of Sweden encompassed almost all of Scandinavia, the Baltic nations, as well as certain regions of Poland, Germany and Russia. The Swedes also occupied slivers of West Equatorial Africa, a handful of Caribbean islands as well as a few settlements in today’s New Jersey and Delaware.
But that was then, this is now.
Despite the fact that Sweden has allowed in hundreds of thousands of so-called “migrants” into their country, the fact that Sweden has become the “Rape Capital of Europe,” the fact that there are de facto no-go zones in many of the larger Swedish cities, etc, etc, the Swedish nation and people steadfastly refuse to grow a backbone to stand-up against the enemy they invited in.
On the heels of yet another Islamist terror attack in a major European city, Sweden’s leading newspaper Aftonbladet (Evening Blade) has come up with a sure fire cure to terrorists running people down — outlaw cars.
Recently arrested as the sole suspect in the recent Stockholm terror attack that was carried out with a stolen delivery truck, 39-year-old illegal immigrant Rakhmat Akilov has just proclaimed in a Stockholm court, “I am a Muslim and I support ISIS.”
The Uzbekistan native injured 15, nine of them seriously, and killed the following;
- British Spotify executive Chris Bevington, 41-years-old
- Belgian psychologist Maïlys Dereymaeker, 31-years-old
- Swedish Amnesty International activist Lena Berglund, 69-years-old
- Swedish school girl Ebba Åkerlund, 11-years-old
Nonetheless, as reported by the Breitbart.com news site, Aftonbladet editorialist Eva Franchell perhaps best exemplifies the pie in the sky, snowflake mentality that has crippled Europe from effectively dealing with the invasion no one wants to admit is happening.
Franchell has stated that cars and trucks have been “turned into deadly weapons” and are “effective murder machines.”
Other than dealing with the savages that kill and maim innocent men, women and children, Franchell’s solution is that all vehicles “must simply be removed from city centres and places where people gather, if people are to be protected in future.”
Not done there, the editorialist went on to state that vehicles are “easy to steal, and so nothing has been able to stop their advance. It just isn’t reasonable that a big truck can be driven right into one of Stockholm’s busiest streets on a Friday afternoon right before Easter.”