SHOCKING footage from Sweden shows firefighters struggling to deal with unprecedented levels of arson crime as bored and unemployed Muslim invaders set fire to cars across Malmö for fun. Only rarely are the arsonists ever caught.
The Local -SE Last Saturday was one of the worst nights yet in the spate of car blazes that Sweden’s third largest city has suffered since July, with at least 70 cars burnt out in less than three months. “As soon as one fire was put out, then another one came,” Marie Keismar, from the Malmö police told Sweden’s TT newswire.
All of the 15 fires were in the city’s Muslim immigrant-heavy Seved and Rosengård districts, with the most serious danger coming from a bus powered by gas which was set on fire, in Rolfsgatan on the edge of the Seved district, raising a serious risk that one of its cylinders might explode.
The Muslim man arrested is suspected to have been behind the bus fire, but police said they believe they may be able to connect him to some of the other fires. “He is initially suspected of causing aggravated criminal damage by fire,” Kim Hild, of the Malmö police, told Sydsvenskan newspaper.
Hild said that more vehicles might later turn out to have been burned than the 15 initially reported. “We still do not have a completely clear picture of how many vehicles have been burnt, it may be more.” There have also been car fires in other cities across Sweden, including Stockholm, Gothenburg and Norrköping.
CrusaderJournal A wave of car burnings across Sweden that has seen more than 2,000 vehicles damaged or destroyed this year, moved on Monday night to the Stockholm suburb of Husby, where mass Muslim immigrant riots began three years ago and spread across the capital’s poorer suburbs.
The fires have centred on Stockholm and Malmo – Sweden’s third biggest city, and 2,027 vehicles have been set on fire in total between January and July, according to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention.
In August alone, 48 vehicles were set on fire in Malmo and 60 more in June and July. On Monday, 13 cars were set alight in several different parts of the city.
Late on Monday, two cars were set on fire in Stockholm’s Husby and seven cars were set on fire in the southern suburb of Haninge. No arrests have been made.
Between June and mid-August, 134 vehicles were set ablaze in Stockholm, 43 in Sweden’s second city of Gothenburg, and 108 in its third city, Malmö.
The Local – DK Around 20 cars have been torched in Copenhagen, Denmark over two consecutive nights, leading police to worry that a spate of car fires in Sweden has now spread to Denmark. Police said that more than ten cars were torched in Copenhagen in the early hours of Sunday while at least seven were burnt early on Monday morning.
The early Sunday car fires were mostly in the inner city and the Amager and Christianshavn areas, while seven cars were burned on the same street in Christianshavn on Monday morning and at least one additional vehicle was torched in Valby.
Copenhagen Police said a connection to the Swedish fires has not yet been clearly established (Other than the obvious one – ISLAM) “It is still too early to say anything on the extent to which this could have a connection to the fires that have happened in Sweden. But that is also irrelevant. We won’t tolerate the systematic burning of cars in the streets of Copenhagen,” police spokesman Rasmus Bernt Skovsgaard said in a press release.
Of course, nowhere are the car burnings more spectacular than in France on New Year’s Eve where more than 1,000 cars are burned in one night, mainly in the Muslim migrant suburbs. The mass arson event has become a yearly ritual and the government now forces the media to all but ignore them.