Sweden has a competitor for inanity

Reader comment on: Inside Germany's No-Go Zones: Part I - North Rhine-Westphalia

Submitted by Sydney Carton, Nov 7, 2016 18:06

It's Sweden all over again really. So that's two countries rapidly trundling off to hell in a handcart. Couldn't the Germans have learnt something from the Swedish experience? Well obviously not. Political correctness is at the root of all these problems and obviously there has not been enough suffering yet to negate said political correctness. How does one awaken such people from such deep, dark slumbers? It does not make any sense at all.

Here is Germany, a little while ago a happy, safe and pleasant land; suddenly at the whim of an apparently deranged politician, millions of criminals flood into the country and proceed to trample underfoot the happy, safe and pleasant land, turning once peaceful areas into battlegrounds where various non indigenous gangsters and Islamic thugs and "nut cases", proceed to tear the neighborhoods to pieces and terrorize the German people.

But all the authorities can do is quote politically correct dogma about "depreciating human beings" (in these cases not as noble as it sounds) and banning classification of the criminals ethnicity? Those whom the gods seek to destroy ,they first make mad. Well,in the case of Germany and Sweden it would seem that the gods have almost achieved their goal. Actually, the Germans and the Swedes should get mad (in the colloquial sense) and start fighting back, instead of just being spectators at their own funeral.


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