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Bombing in Gothenburg reminds us that the Swedish state has succumbed to the migrant gangs

Bombing in Gothenburg reminds us that the Swedish state has succumbed to the migrant gangs
Gothenburg as many of us want to remember it. Photo by Jonas Jacobsson / Unsplash

Early Tuesday morning, an explosion went off in Gothenburg, Sweden's second-largest city. The detonation seems to have been placed inside or closely outside a large residential building in an upper-middle-class area. More than 140 apartments have been evacuated, and adding to water- and smoke damages, there is a considerable risk that load-bearing structure has been damaged. At least four people are being treated in the ICU, and many more are injured.

Even though we don't know for sure yet, it is suspected that the target for the bombing was a police officer who witnessed in a migrant gang-related trial who also lived in the building.

Part of a pattern in the wake of mass migration

If this was a one-of-a-kind happening, it could be seen as just that. But the bombing in Gothenburg is part of a pattern that has developed and escalated over the last 40 years. In what his colleagues described as an execution, just a few months ago, the 33-year old policeman Andreas Danman was shot and murdered in the streets by a migrant. In the last few years, migrant clans have established roadblocks around "their" areas to control everyone entering or exiting.

This summer, a large brawl with around 60 participant migrants around lunch on Monday in the university city of Lund (see video below) shocked the Swedish public. This conflict was later solved, not by the Swedish police, but through an agreement between the two criminal migrant clans El-Zein and Gültekin, by one family paying the other two million Swedish kronor.

The Swedish state has no answer

We have several parallel legal systems, often based on some version of Sharia law in what was one of the most ethnically homogenous countries in the world just a few decades ago. Add to that the almost daily shootouts between migrant gangs and clans, bombings of residential buildings, infiltration of political parties and a mafia-like operation making it impossible for Swedes to open restaurants or stores in certain areas without paying hefty "protection money" to the migrants.

There is no question: The Swedish state has no answer to this imported form of criminality. Our legal system, our whole infrastructure, was built for a Swedish Sweden. This system is now not only challenged by the migrant clans - I would argue that it's already defeated.

The balkanized future of Sweden

Sweden will be more balkanized for every year that passes, and the only hope for the Swedes to have a future in the land that our ancestors have built up for thousands of years is to understand that the state is not our answer to the gangs. The state has already succumbed, and since it stopped being a nation-state in 1975, it has actively worked against the interest of the Swedish people.

We sing that our country "throne upon memories of great olden days" in the Swedish national hymn. And while that might be true, we have to understand that those great olden days are long gone, and they're not coming back through the hands of politicians.

Swedes must organize in new ways to withstand what the future holds for us. Not because that's what we want, but because it's what's needed of us.