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Thursday, 3 March 2016

What the BBC (and most newspapers) don't tell us.

I was reading Breitbart for the news that we don't read elsewhere and read this headline:

Massive Sweden Bound Haul Of Grenades And Automatic Weapons Seized

When I read this piece, it wasn't this attempt at smuggling that took me by surprise but this part of the report:
Grenade attacks linked to migrant gang warfare have become a familiar occurrence in parts of Nordic nation. There were 30 grenade explosion in Malmö in the first half of 2015, and 25 explosions in the city in 2014.
This link above led me to this:
Grenade attacks in multicultural paradise Malmö are now so commonplace the English-speaking media has all but stopped bothering to report them. Compounding the apparent disinterest in the descent of beautiful, historic Malmö into a third-world ghetto where native Swedes are very nearly in the minority, is a striking dearth of facts about what is actually going on there.
And then to this:
We know the grenade attacks are a regular occurrence – there have been four this past week and at least ten since April. They come in addition to the regular shootings, stabbings, and arson attacks that are apparently so commonplace they don’t make the English papers at all.
Which, of course leads me to the obvious question - 'When is this sort of thing likely to start happening in Britain?'

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