Let’s engage in a thought exercise.
Especially if you are only just becoming aware of or worried about the situation in Europe, play along.
You are driving along at night with your wife and child. Your wife is tired, resting with her head against the seat belt. It has been a long day and you are eager to get home. In the backseat your child is sleeping peacefully.
You, despite your weariness, are totally focused on the road. You realize that the lives of your family are in your hands. The headlights cut a blunt sword edge into the blackness around you. The soft moonlit glow of grass and shrubs and the occasional tree is visible on either side. You think how nice it will be to get home.
Then, suddenly, you see figures:
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) June 27, 2017
As the video above shows (thanks to Steve for the dank linkage by the way), the scene you have been plunged into is like something out of your worst nightmares.
The figures grow in number. Within several seconds there are dozens, even hundreds of them. They speak in languages you don’t understand and are obviously full of anger and the desire for violence.
The road in front of you is blocked. They have blocked it to try to force you to stop. They want to drag you from the car, rob you, murder you, rape your wife, rape your child.
It is, as the above twitter post states, like something straight out of a horror movie. Like the Walking Dead, or some other Zombie movie.
Yet surely the police can stop this insanity, right?
As the below clip shows, the police have no more power than you do.
French police try to enter a Muslim no-go zone.
It's too late, France, your country is lost. pic.twitter.com/BHyv3DwOkG
— Jeff Covfefe (@EngageTheRebels) June 22, 2017
Indeed, the police have given up.
And in other places they are merely disappearing.
Many of Sweden’s police stations shut down for all or part of the summer. The reason is lack of financial resources.
Among the worst affected regions is Bergslagen, where most of the stations, 27 out of 40, are forced to close down.
According to the Minister of Finance in Värmland, Carina Hertzberg, financial resources are simply lacking in temporary employment. Therefore, it is considered that the best solution is to close the receptions instead of pulling down on patrols.
And so hard hit have you never been before.
In Dalarna only 3 of 17 police stations are open throughout the summer. 13 stations close for ten weeks.
Even in Falun, where there are 57,000 people, the police station closes for a month between July 10th to August 18th.
“I am very worried about it,” says Mathias Lindqvist, municipal council of Munkfors in Värmland, which is also suffering from the cuts, to Ekot.
According to a survey from The World Economic Forum from 2014, Sweden had the highest marginal tax worldwide. However, the country’s police stations can not be kept open.
With all these police station closures, is it any surprise that Sweden has the second highest per capita rape rate on earth? And that only 8 out of every 100 reported rapes ends in a criminal trial or conviction? More and more parts of the country aren’t even accessible by non-Muslims, as this report from today shows:
Swedish National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson has begged the government for help as the number of no-go zones has risen from 55 to 61 in only one year.“Help us, help us,” Eliasson said at a press conference on the subject of the rising levels of crime and criminal networks in Sweden. Eliasson said there were at least 5,000 criminals divided into around 200 networks in Sweden operating in the now 61 no-go zones, many of which are heavily migrant-populated, Göteborgs-Postenreports.
Police have said that they are monitoring 61 “no-go zones” but say that 23 of them are particularly vulnerable. Tynnered, a suburb in Gothenburg, is a new addition to the list after cases of car burnings and shootings, the most recent of which occurred earlier this month.
Eliasson warned if the trend persists and crime continues to increase then the social contract could break down in Sweden – though he does not believe Sweden was beyond repair. “Should we want the social contract to hold, people will have to want to pay taxes and participate in society. It must not go any further, we must reverse the trend.”
It seems this would make the Zombie Apocalypse problems even worse, but perhaps that is the point.
And fortunately, so do certain officials within Sweden:
Researcher Johan Patrik Engellau has predicted the situation in Sweden could be far worse than government officials are willing to admit.
In an article earlier this year, he wrote: “I’m afraid it is the end for the well-organised, decent, and egalitarian Sweden we have known up to now. Personally, I would not be surprised if a form of civil war occurs. In some places, the civil war has probably already begun.“
More on that, and some interesting reports about Russia, later tonight or tomorrow.
Editor’s Note: Big thank you to all of you who have left links and videos and other resources in the comments section. It is a huge help not just for this site and for all of us sharing knowledge and information but also for use in the book(s) I am currently finishing up.