"Fight Me!": "Shocking" Video Shows Migrant Melee in Swedish Refugee Homeby Tyler Durden
Jan. 31, 2016
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Tensions are running high in Sweden, the country with the highest per capita rate of sheltered asylum seekers.
Just yesterday we brought you video footage depicting a gang of "football hooligans" who stormed the central train station in Stockholm on the way to assaulting migrants and generally running amok in a show of nationalistic furor.
The incident came on the heels of an attack at a migrant house that left 22-year-old Alexandra Mezher dead. She was stabbed to death by an unaccompanied migrant child who was living at an asylum center in Molndal, where she had been working for several months.
"We refuse to accept the destruction of our once to safe society. When our political leadership and police show more sympathy for murderers than for their victims, there are no longer any excuses to let it happen without protest," a kind of manifesto distributed ahead of the train station melee read. "'The justice system has walked out and the contract of society is therefore broken -- it is now every Swedish man's duty to defend out public spaced against the imported criminality."
On Sunday, we go back to Sweden to bring you footage from inside a migrant shelter near Jonköping where a fight nearly broke out between a staff member and a distraught refugee.
It's not entirely clear what went wrong, but here's what The Local has to say:
In the video, one of the refugee youths is seen pleading with the worker "please, please, please", before the worker erupts in anger.As you can see, the "integration" process is going swimmingly.