What famous Swedish fashion designer Johan Lindeberg actually is saying is that Swedes must embrace the Muslim invasion and resulting Islamization of their country, or die fighting to stop it.
Summit News Lindeberg, known for his collaborations with Diesel and Absolut, made the comments in an opinion piece published in Sweden’s national newspaper Expressen. Calling on readers to “embrace the New Sweden,” Lindeberg urged Swedes to celebrate “the most progressive country in the world,” warning that chaos and disorder would ensue otherwise.
“Either we all help to create a new inclusive energy and become a clear international template for a new multicultural community. Or we end up in a civil war. It has already started,” Lindeberg wrote. The fashion designer even suggested changing the country’s flag to represent its new diverse identity and to “make Sweden relevant again.”
Asserting that a multicultural country was more sophisticated than a monocultural one, Lindeberg suggested that those uncomfortable with it will just have to get used to it. “The change started a long time ago. But still, so many of us have a hard time accepting it,” he wrote.
As anyone who is vaguely aware of what multiculturalism has done to Sweden will know, Lindeberg is completely incorrect in his opinions. The country is routinely beset by violent rioting carried out by angry youths in migrant-heavy suburbs, with more unrest taking place recently over the Easter weekend.
An investigation last year found that Sweden had gone from being one of the safest European countries 20 years ago in terms of gun crime to the second most dangerous, with most shootings linked to criminal migrant gangs. After having been ranked 18th out of 22 countries for gun crime from 2000 to 2003, Sweden now ranks in second place, behind only Croatia.
In 2019, the media was forced to admit that the alarming number of grenade attacks and explosions in Sweden represented a “national emergency.”
“Sweden has experienced a sharp rise in explosions in recent years, predominantly related to conflicts between warring criminal gangs,” reported Quillette’s Paulina Neuding. “The use of explosives in the Nordic country is now at a level that is unique in the world for a state not at war, according to police.”
Deadly shootings in Sweden have also risen by a factor of 10 in one generation, exacerbated by witness intimidation and “a code of silence in the country’s socio-economically weak immigrant areas,” according to Neuding. Last year, Germany’s Bild newspaper ran the headline: ‘Sweden is the most dangerous country in Europe.’
Like the rest of Europe, Sweden has also suffered an alarming rise in gang rapes and sexual molestations since throwing its borders open to mass immigration from the Middle East and North Africa.
When veteran Swedish police investigator Peter Springare was asked about the demographics of those responsible for violent crimes, he didn’t mince his words.
“Here we go; this is what I’ve handled from Monday-Friday this week: rape, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, rape-assault and rape, extortion, blackmail, assault, violence against police, threats to police, drug crime, drugs, crime, felony, attempted murder, rape again, extortion again and ill-treatment,” he wrote.
“Suspected perpetrators; Ali Mohammed, Mahmod, Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again. Christopher… what, is it true? Yes, a Swedish name snuck in on the edges of a drug crime. Mohammed, Mahmod Ali, again and again,” he added.
Springare then listed the suspects’ countries of origin. “Countries representing all the crimes this week: Iraq, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Somalia, Syria again, Somalia, unknown, unknown country, Sweden. Half of the suspects, we can’t be sure because they don’t have any valid papers. Which in itself usually means that they’re lying about their nationality and identity.”
Even Ukrainian refugees fleeing war don’t want to go to Sweden, believing it to be too unsafe.
“When there are bombs, I know at least that I can go down to the basement and hide there,” one woman told Swedish news outlet Samnytt.
This video about Sweden is from 2010, it’s far worse now.