VIDEO: 60 Minutes Crew Assaulted by North African Migrants While Filming In SwedenChris Menahan
Mar. 20, 2016
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Newly released footage shows a 60 Minutes Australia film crew being violently assaulted by a gang of North-African migrants while filming in a "no-go zone" in Sweden.
After arriving in the area of Rinkeby last month, it only took a minute and a half before one member of their team was rammed into by an angry migrant driving what appeared to be a new car. Other crew members had bottles thrown at them, and others were punched in the face.
The film crew told the paper Avpixlat that despite having been to Somalia, Syria and Iraq, nothing like this has happened to them before.
The 60 Minutes report notes Rinkeby is only one of 55 "no-go zones" throughout Sweden, which even police do not feel comfortable entering.
Since opening their borders to mass immigration in the 70's Sweden has become the rape capital of the West.
Many of these migrants who pose as "refugees" are in fact merely economic migrants, some of whom literally shop around country to country to see which will give them the most welfare, they almost always settle in Sweden and Germany because they give the most benefits. A Sub-Saharan African moving to Germany to get on welfare would see his standard of living increase about tenfold, hence the strong incentive to migrate and claim refugee status.
The father of the dead 3-year-old boy seen washed up on a beach in Turkey after the boat he was being smuggled in capsized was reportedly one of these economic migrants. While the media widely reported he was a "Syrian refugee" fleeing a war-zone, family members said he was actually living safely in Turkey and only left because he wanted to get his teeth done for free in Europe or Canada.
Australian Senator Cory Bernardi said, “That boy and his family had lived in Turkey for three years. The money for that boy’s father to pay the people smugglers was sent from Canada.”
“The father sent them on that boat so the father could get dental treatment. They were in no fear, they were in no persecution and they were in no danger in Turkey.”
Europeans and Americans would be wise to question those demanding their countries be flooded with so-called "refugees." Before you know it your own hometown could become a "no-go zone."
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