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Old 27.12.2017, 17:33
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Re: All about Muslims (in the wake of terrorist attacks in Europe)

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It sounds like the kind of thing you would find on a Britian First Facebook feed. They’re well known for taking an incident like this, stripping it of context and adding inflammatory bs then pushing it out on Facebook to their drooling knuckle dragging supporters. (No I don’t like Biffers. Can you tell?)

The actual article is from Zerohedge, which is very much on the swivel-eyed alt-right continuum.
Here's the other "swivel-eyed alt-right" mouthpiece bloomberg news :

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Crime Wave Engulfs Sweden as Fraud, Sexual Offenses Reach Record

The number of Swedes who were victims of crimes such as fraud and sexual offenses jumped to the highest level on record last year.

A survey by the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention showed that 15.6 percent of people suffered one or more offences against the person (defined in the survey as assault, threats, sexual offences, robbery, fraud or harassment) last year. That’s up from 13.3 percent in 2015 and the highest number recorded since the annual Swedish Crime Survey started in 2006.


“Young women aged between 16 and 24 is the group that’s most subject to sexual offences, with 14 percent of young women stating that they were victims of at least one such crime during 2016,” the council said. “Among men in the same age group, 1.2 percent said they had been victims.”

Young women are also subject to harassment to a greater extent, the council said. They survey contains no answers as to why a certain type of crime increases, and analysis is needed to improve understanding of the reasons for the increase, it said.

Fewer than half of the crimes in the survey were reported to the police. Sexual offences, harassment and threats were the least reported while people most often notified the police of burglaries, the survey showed.
No answers... wonder why..
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