Members of Sweden’s ‘conservative’ party, ‘Moderaterna’, outside Malmö Islamic Center, lobbying for Muslim votes
The Malmö Experiment
Part II: Eurabian Occupation
In my previous essay on Malmö I offered a general outline of how the city has turned into a failed multicultural experiment. I deliberately avoided issues about specific ethnic and religious groups, since this deserves a chapter all its own. So, having already established what is happening in Malmö and in the corridors of Swedish power, this essay will instead focus on the increasing presence of Islam in the city. It will look at how a largely Protestant Swedish city has turned into a ‘multicultural’ Arab and Muslim city, in which many immigrants oppose non-Muslims. It will show how a city, in the name of a specific agenda, has been made into something resembling a chaotic city in Iraq more than anything else. It will also address why this has been able to happen, and why this madness will continue.
Today Malmö is a relatively small city by international standards: roughly 300,000 people live there.
But what the extent of segregation and Islamic influence in the city is profound. 21st-century Malmö very much has a Muslim character. It is not the character of a liberal, open and multicultural city, as politicians claim. It is a city which is home to many immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa, and therefore reflects some of the less Western traditions of these societies. Furthermore, the city has a strong sense of Muslim identity, as these groups are encouraged to be everything but quiet. They protest, march, engage in religious activities and demand changes in the original city. Malmö does indeed have a uniquely ‘rich’ Muslim community, as large numbers of people from places like Somalia and Iraq arrived there and other cities during the last couple of decades. Whilst the USA, for example, admitted a several hundred Iraqi refugees in 2007, Sweden took about 30,000.
This mass immigration is part of a larger agenda, which opened up Sweden to immigration in the 1970s and afterwards. Whilst earlier immigration had occurred, it was primarily from countries such as Finland — immigration which involved few problems or changes to Swedish society. Just as in Norway, however, large numbers of asylum-seekers from the Middle East and North Africa began to be admitted. For many of those who have been arriving to Sweden, Malmö has been a popular destination. There has been accommodation there available to immigrants, as the government developed urban mass accommodation areas as part of the so-called ‘million programme’. But many people also simply have their relatives there, and they want to move somewhere where they can continue their old lifestyle and speak their own language. In the area of Rosengård, for example, there are likely to be over two hundred languages spoken.
In the early half of the 20th century, Malmö’s population was predominantly Swedish. The population is now estimated at 25-30% Muslim. Of the other 70%, many of these are also not Swedes, but immigrants from all over the world. Some areas of the city, such as Rosengård, have from 0-10% Swedes living there. So if you, as a Swede, wants to try on how it is to be in a minority, Malmö is your best bet.
In Malmö there are many beautiful buildings which remind us of our religious identity. We have the Saint Peter Church, representing architecture from the year 1319. There have been other churches, such as the Catholic, also presenting themselves as part of the city’s artwork. Now, however, the new Sweden can boast additional buildings. In Malmö we have a big mosque, run by an organisation called the ‘Islamic Centre’. Visits to the church seem like a rare, dull and outdated activity. Malmö’s spiritual activity is instead found in its large mosque and in its prayer rooms where Muslims gather. One must realise, however, that much of the funding and support for these buildings has come from the Swedish government itself. Although there has been international funding for Malmö’s mosque, the City Council of Malmö essentially gave them the building and the lot where it stands in the 1980s. Similar examples may now be found in most populous Swedish cities.
The wind at their backs
The establishment of a Muslim community in Malmö has not only been about Muslims moving and settling there. It has been a political task, part of a multicultural agenda set in the 1970s. This agenda was born out of consistent debates from minority groups and leftists in the 1960s. These eventually took on an organised form, as some of these individuals utilised organisations and trade unions to pressure politicians to accept minority groups and increase immigration.
As the establishment was leftist in Sweden back then, these groups managed to pressure the government to start the Immigration Investigation (invandrarutredningen), in which it was concluded that Sweden should become a multicultural society. Sweden had previously had a policy of assimilation, but these events led to the creation of New Sweden, where minority groups would have wind in their backs to do everything but assimilate. This has meant that Sweden accepts large numbers of immigrants and funds their own national, ethnic and religious organisations with tax money.
The government has unofficially sanctioned a forceful Muslim establishment in Malmö and other places that cannot be criticised. In addition to religious groups, funding and political support has been extended to various other organisations, such as cultural ones, many of which have a Muslim identity. Should we be surprised that Malmö’s Somalis do not integrate, when we fund their own cultural and religious organisations, whilst not pressuring them to integrate into Swedish society? I think not.
Additionally, we are always told that the problems amongst Malmö’s Muslims is rooted in a structural segregation or non-integration which is the fault of the Swedes (but not of the politicians). But if one studies the very policies of the Swedish establishment, one realises how backward, false and non-integrative these have been.
Symptoms of a Eurabian City
If the statements above are true, they should be reflected in the various parts of life in Malmö. Logically, a minority that makes up as much as 30% of the population of a city changes and affects things around itself (I say minority, as many Muslims, identify themselves primarily as ‘Muslims’, rather than with their national groups). As Swedish politicians avoid criticising immigration and Islam like the plague, Malmö has pretty much been up for grabs to Muslims. Prayer rooms and mosques are an everyday sight now in Sweden at large, as an accommodation for the ‘new population’.
Mosques in Sweden have their own imams, who play an important role amongst Swedish Muslims. They are rarely criticised, and little is actually known about them. A recent, surprisingly critical documentary about ‘Swedish’ imams showed that the imams provide advice, moral and legal, more resembling Saudi teachings than those of Scandinavia. A team of reporters learned that it was acceptable to have several wives and for a husband to beat his wife — in Sweden. Whilst this actually caused an outcry amongst some ordinary people, the political response was lukewarm. The Minister of Integration, Erik Ullenhag, proposed a solution which was based on launching new Swedish education programmes for imams. Great.
In addition to an increasing number of mosques, there are so called ‘free schools’ in Sweden. These schools may have an alternative character, for example a religious one, to their studies. To accommodate for the country’s young Muslim population in the name of Multiculturalism, Sweden hosts an array of Muslim schools. It is difficult to determine the number of Muslim schools in Sweden at any given point. The reason is that they have been given chances to open up in various parts of Sweden, but they are constantly being shut down and re-opened. They have consistently failed to adhere to the requirements given to them, as they are supposed to follow a Swedish curriculum, and some of them have, fortunately, lacked funding.
Muslim schools have popped up in various cities, ranging from Malmö and Stockholm to smaller cities like Norrköping. Recently the Islamic Centre for Education, WAKF, was given a green light to open up an Islamic cultural centre in Malmö. Support was forthcoming from the local government in Malmö, and financial aid arrived from our dear friends in Qatar and Kuwait. The centre is supposed to host a Muslim school, a kindergarten and a prayer hall. In principle, it will enable as many Muslims as possible to avoid Swedish society as much as possible.
I see no reason why this will be stopped. We have already capitulated in the classroom. In Malmö, young students have rioted and set fire to schools, threatened teachers and shown that they are not interested in the educational system provided for them. Many schools now also face empty classrooms on days such as Ramadan. Swedish kids are beaten, robbed, refused to eat pork and are alone in their class during Ramadan, So in today’s Sweden, even a nine-year-old understands that something is wrong with this society. It is peculiar that elected politicians, with lifelong experience and education, simply cannot grasp this in any of their statements, discussions or debates. The reason is not, ‘brainwashing’, ‘ignorance’ or conviction in the spirit of Multiculturalism — It is just cowardice, political correctness and high treason against the Swedish people. If I could elect a group of honest and straightforward ten-year olds, whatever their political affiliation, right into the halls of power in Sweden, I would probably do it.
Other places which are also affected are public swimming houses. More and more of these now separate the sexes according to sharia. This is sometimes openly, or at other times more ‘elegantly’. A bathing house in Malmö, for example now offers ‘ladies’ nights’, which seem to be an appreciated addition to the city.
Evidence of a more ambitious type of Eurabianism is the Malmö-based radio show ‘The Persian Gulf’. This program propagandises for the regime in Tehran, and offers various activities for Muslims in Malmö and Sweden. Whilst right-wing extremists and neo-Nazis have a nearly non-existent voice in Swedish radio, the Persian Gulf radio has been sanctioned to air propaganda against Jews six days a week. It has also advocated against the rights of women and criticizes the democratic system. One question is why no politicians, feminists or Jewish representatives have fiercely protested against this phenomenon. The more important question is: what is a hostile, anti-democratic, anti-Semitic, Islamist propaganda radio station doing in Sweden?
The answer is easy: it is simply the voice of the forces occupying Sweden and Europe, sanctioned by our politicians. It is propagandising for everything our countries do not stand for, right under our noses — and we have retreated.
We Proudly March for Muhammad
If one follows established media in Sweden, one learns that there are certain types of demonstrations in Malmö. There are (rare) demonstrations by the Sweden Democrats, which we of course are told are expressions of racism and hatred toward the city’s population.
However, the media have completely missed what is perhaps the most obvious manifestations of Eurabian occupation altogether. There have been frequent demonstrations, celebrations and marches which have dominated the city. During these, the Muslim body in Malmö has flexed it muscles repeatedly, whilst we have to turn to YouTube and alternative media sites to even know these demonstrations have occurred in the first place.
In 2009 Sweden hosted the Davis Cup tennis match in which a player from Israel took part. It was not perhaps the best thing to do, but a pro-Israeli group held a manifestation for Israel, where they held speeches and sang songs. This was a good test to determine the extent of Islamisation in Malmö. It did not take long before crowds of individuals from the Middle East and North Africa appeared and started to scream and fight. They threw eggs and shouted slogans which they share in common with neo-Nazis. Eventually things got so out of hand that it became a major challenge for the police force to handle. People were throwing flares, jumping on police cars, and trying to destroy public property. One realises that Sweden has effectively imported a conflict from a foreign region, and it is obvious which side was in the majority here — it was neither Swedes or any pro-Israeli group.
I personally do not take a stand with either side in the Israel-Palestine conflict. But to me it is clear that we have imported significant numbers of people who are Muslim, anti-Semitic and act as nothing less than a barbaric occupation force.
Malmö, 2009. A pro-Israel demonstration faced some opposition.
However, what frightens me more is a completely different, annual demonstration that takes place in Malmö.
Every year Shia Muslims worldwide gather to celebrate the death of Imam Hussein, the grandchild of the prophet Muhammad. In Malmö this event now has taken over the city during the celebrations. For some reason we do not even hear about it in the mainstream media.
The manifestation itself is not aggressive or brutal in the same way as the demonstration that took place in 2009. The atmosphere of the event, however, sends chills down the spine. This demonstration is not a happy occasion. Nor is it a cry for recognition or justice for Muslims in Sweden. All of these demonstrations, on the contrary, are sheer manifestations of Muslim influence and power in Sweden. These Muslims, in their hundreds or maybe even thousands, march proudly and in straight lines, dominating the entire inner city. They all sing the same song, and the cars play the same loud music. There is something in this behaviour which shows that there is no intent whatsoever to respect, adapt to, or integrate into Swedish society. Rightly, according to Islamic law, men and women were separated during the last demonstration. The women walked in file after the men. Showing off the new, Eurabian population of the coming Europe, they were walking with many, many baby carriages. A manifestation like this shows us that tremendous changes to Europe.
Female participants in the yearly Malmö celebrations of Imam Hussein.
What does the future hold? A Swedish-Islamic Alliance
What have been revealed now are symptoms of the Eurabian disease. Crystal-clear signs such as these can be found outside Malmö in almost every major city in Sweden. One therefore wonders if the various examples of failure from my first essay, and the Muslim influence shown in this essay, are ever going to stop. The rest of the essay is dedicated to explaining why they will not.
Politically, there is an alliance or informal understanding between the established political parties and ‘Swedish’ Muslims. Several decades ago, Swedish politicians established a multicultural approach towards Swedish society and Swedish policy-making. During the last two decades this project has been moving at the speed of a train with malfunctioning brakes. Any attempts to stop this train, will cause a level of friction and pain that few individuals voluntarily want to take on. Given that I write anonymously, I must be one of these individuals too.
This is now a fact, as made evident by looking at the violence and harassment which has been mounted against any political organisation critical of mass immigration. In other words, criticising the Eurabian organism in Sweden will cause you to lose your career and social status, and perhaps even get you severely injured.
Former leader of the Social Democrats, Mona Sahlin, patting the Islamic Dog
For that reason, the established career politicians have two choices. They can either commit career suicide, which is unlikely, given their gold medal awards from sticking-your-head-in-the-sand championships. They are at the same time repeatedly told by the media that what they are doing is right, which also is a troubling fact one must consider. So, judging by the politically correct climate, and with the high number of Muslims in Sweden, there is only one choice for these hypocrites. This is to conclude an alliance between the political parties and Sweden’s Muslim population. They have to maintain their policies which give Muslims the freedom to establish organisations and engage in Muslim activities. In other words, they have to behave nicely to not upset the poor and oppressed Muslims. This is evidenced by the good relationship between each political party (except for the Sweden Democrats) and the country’s Muslims.
Swedish PM Fredrik Reinfeldt visits leaders of Swedish Muslim organisations and lobby groups
This alliance exists both formally and informally. Formally, Swedish politicians have good contact with organisations such as the Islamic Union in Sweden, and the United Islamic Associations of Sweden. They do this primarily for two reasons. In the short-term perspective, they make sure of avoiding career suicide. In the long-term perspective, they make sure of appeasing a growing number of voters, whom they have imported, to ensure success in future elections.
This is, however, a mutual relationship. The reason is that the Muslims themselves need the politically correct parties in order to live in Sweden the same way they did in their homelands. To avoid losing funding of their mosques and religious organisations Muslims need to vote for these parties. They otherwise also risk seeing the conservative Sweden Democrats and other ‘right-wing extremists’ push through policies which threaten their Eurabian lifestyle.
The Muslims have, in other words, gained too much influence to be ignored. They have representatives in established parties. The conservative party Moderaterna even has an elected Islamist, Abdirisak Waberi, within the Swedish government. This shows us roughly in which direction Sweden (the future Northern Caliphate) is heading.
The Only Conclusion to Be Drawn
There is thus a vicious circle which is difficult to break here. This is a critical challenge to anyone who wants to stop the Islamisation of Sweden. The demographic characteristics of the problem makes it difficult to stop and resolve. The multicultural project has, in terms of numbers of immigrants, extended so far that Islamisation will be a slow but irreversible process. Out of Sweden’s small but growing population there are now Muslim minorities which will be majorities in certain areas and cities.
We are, in all honesty, accommodating and funding the occupation of our own country by foreign forces. It does not matter that some Muslims engage in anti-democratic activities and some Muslims do not — They, with their values, traditions and sheer numbers, together become a Trojan horse, brought in by our cheering politically correct hypocrites.
What we are witnessing is a vile political establishment that accommodates and supports the establishment of Islam within Sweden. These politicians, coupled with continued mass-immigration of Muslims, will ensure that the process seen in Malmö will spread to elsewhere in Sweden like a fire. Wait and see if I am wrong: in thirty or forty years, Sweden will have an immigrant and Muslim population which will turn society upside down. We allowed this to happen, both in ignorance and with all the knowledge one needs. Malmö as a city, thus, serves us as a good example of what the Swedish establishment has in store for its people in Sweden as a whole in the coming oriental and exciting future.
So will we take a stand to save the rest of Sweden or any of her neighbours before it is entirely too late?