Earlier this year, President Trump took a beating in the mainstream media for blasting Europe's, and more specifically Sweden's, disastrous immigration policies...
Give the public a break - The FAKE NEWS media is trying to say that large scale immigration in Sweden is working out just beautifully. NOT!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 20, 2017
Of course, since that feud erupted, the MSM has been repeatedly embarrassed by a series of violent attacks perpetrated by Muslim migrants on Swedish citizens. Here are just a few examples:
Now, the latest evidence suggesting that the migrant population in Sweden might have motivations beyond their simple, peaceful relocation from the Middle East comes via a radio station in Malmo. As The Local pointed out earlier today, Malmo residents who flipped their radio dials to Mix Megapol earlier this morning were greeted with a rather alarming "ISIS recruiting" mix tape rather than the station's normal "hits from the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s." The terrorist recruiting mix tape was apparently played for a full 30 minutes after an "unknown offender" managed to hijack the radio station.
Malmö residents who tuned into popular radio station Mix Megapol at around 8.30am on Friday suddenly found themselves listening to Isis recruitment song 'For the sake of Allah'.
The song was played after the radio station's local airwaves were hijacked by an unknown offender, Bauer Media, which owns the station, confirmed after 24Malmö.se first reported the incident.
"We will report this incident to the police and to the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority," marketing director Jakob Gravestam said in a press release.
He confirmed to 24Malmö.se that the three-minute song – with lyrics trying to tempt Westerners into joining Isis with promises about maidens waiting in paradise for fighters – was played for around 30 minutes.
As you may recall, earlier this year in April, Sweden fell victim to a deadly terrorist attack after a 39-year-old migrant from Uzbekistan plowed a beer delivery truck into a market in Central Sweden. The attack killed 4 people and seriously injured a dozen others.
Since then, many Swedes have called for the implementation of "geo-fences" in urban areas that would give the police the ability to remotely disable large trucks and/or an outright ban on trucks altogether.
Infrastructure Minister Tomas Eneroth hopes to introduce the 'geo-fences' in urban areas next year and which use technology that can digitally stop large vehicles or reduce their speed.
Since then, Swedish authorities have worked to increase security against these kind of attacks, including the implementation of more physical barriers in pedestrianized areas, increased video surveillance and tightened security at large public events.
On Drottninggatan, the street targeted in April's attack, authorities have already doubled the number of concrete lions which are in place to stop vehicles driving down the pedestrianized streets.
"Security on our pedestrianized streets has been improved. Directly after the terror attack we put out more stone lions, and we have also ordered heavier versions which are coming next year," said Daniel Halldén, Stockholm's transport commissioner.
The heavier lions will weigh three times as much as those currently in place, at three tonnes each, and will be placed in a way so that vehicles cannot drive straight ahead but are forced to turn, preventing them from being able to increase their speed.
Of course, rather than ban trucks, knives, rocks, paper clips, etc., Sweden could also consider a more rigorous vetting program for the migrants that seem to be responsible for a fairly high percentage of these types of attacks...though that would probably be culturally insensitive...so maybe not.
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