Since the migrant crisis, Sweden now has 61 “no-go areas” for police and emergency services – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
November 23, 2017

Since the migrant crisis, Sweden now has 61 “no-go areas” for police and emergency services

No-go zones or “vulnerable areas” in Sweden are becoming increasingly lawless and dangerous places for police and other emergency services to operate in.
Firefighters were forced to abandon a blaze in a suburb of the City of Malmo after coming under attack. The blaze, unattended, then quickly grew into an inferno completely levelling the building.

Police have revealed that the number vulnerable areas has grown dramatically to 61 in just the last two years.

Since the migrant crisis, Sweden has experienced an unprecedent increase in violent crimes particularly those of a sexual nature.

The detrimental economic and societal effects of Sweden’s open boarder’s policy show no signs of abating.

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