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Nordea predicts for Sweden: “The golden years are over”

Many municipalities and county councils in Sweden will find it difficult to finance investments in childcare, school, health care and care for the elderly, predicts Nordea, one of the largest banks in Europe, in its new economic and regional outlook. By – Brünnhilde According to the report, the proportion of people who are at working age will end up at its ...

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Aftonbladet’s “Hero of the Year”: Näthats networking policeman

Every year, Aftonbladet selects eight “heroes” that are praised as Swedish Heroes by the end of the year. One of them is Tomas Åberg, Project Manager for the Network Surveillance Officer. On Saturday, he was chosen as one of the nominees on Aftonbladet.se, with the reasoning behind his nomination that he has “reported 750 notifications” of radical language online.. By ...

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Swedenstan: Wave of Immigration CRIME breaks the courts’ budget

Sweden’s courts now require heavily increased funding from the government in order to continue to function as planned. As asylum immigration has prompted the courts to request for new funding. By – Brünnhilde Last year, the costs of Sweden’s courts increased by almost SEK 300 million and eventually totalled at SEK 6.8 billion. The increase in costs is mainly due to ...

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Swedenstan: Näthats behind ‘witch-hunt’ arrests of people expressing political opinions

The number of Swedish citizens prosecuted and convicted of writing posts about immigrants on Facebook has increased significantly over the past year. Behind a large part of the reports and prosecutions is an organization called Näthats. By – Brünnhilde According to Svenska Dagbladet, the network consists of “lawyers, law students, former police and system developers”. The network has developed software that ...

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Sweden: “She was asking for it” Three Muslim gang rape 14-year-old girl in Enköping

Yesterday in Enköping, the trial of three Muslims suspected of raping a 14-year-old girl began. The attack was carried out on a house roof in the middle of a bright day. By – Brünnhilde The attack occured on 29 October, when two recently arrived immigrants Bukuru Beninka Thibault, 16 and Subhi Yaser, 15 got into an argument with their girlfriends ...

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“civil war” within Fi as the Riksdag list is filled with immigrants

Chaos and uproar has erupted within the Feminist Initiative (Fi) political party after the nomination committee presented its proposal list to the Riksdag (national parliament). By – Brünnhilde              The Riksdag list is full of relatively unknown immigrants and HBTQ people, while many key persons with a white background within the party are either placed in ...

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Säpo: Threat to Sweden greater than it’s ever been

Today the threat against Sweden is greater than it has been for many years, writes former Säpo manager Anders Thornberg in the preamble to the Swedish Security Police’s annual book released today. He states that the biggest threat against Sweden comes from violent Islamists. By – Brünnhilde According to the Swedish Security Service, the security situation in Sweden has severely deteriorated ...

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“brutal slaughter” of girl, 21 by Muslim Syrian man

A Syrian citizen born in 1992 was detained today by Eksjö District Court as a suspect in the murder of a 21-year-old girl at a LSS residence in Vetlanda on Tuesday. At the same attack, the victim’s 24-year-old sister was also injured. By – Brünnhilde  According to information from the National Register of Records, the man was arrived in Sweden on ...

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New Muslim immigrant party formed in Malmö – “Diversity is strength”

A new political party has been formed in the city of Malmö. They call themselves the New Coalition Collection and every founder of the party has an immigrant background. The party has stated that its focus is on helping immigrants and improving the so-called multiculturalism and integration in Swedish society. By – Brünnhilde “Our diversity is strength,” he writes on his ...

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1 in 3 Swedish police officers have left the profession

Nearly three out of ten trained police officers have left the profession, according to a new survey conducted by Statistics Sweden on behalf of the magazine Du & jobb. By – Brünnhilde Of the 19,600 trained police officers based in Sweden during 2015, just over 70 percent remain in the profession. This also means that almost 5,900 trained police officers are ...

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