The terror of the Swedish neighborhood.
Sweden doesn’t have an immigration problem. It has a MUSLIM immigration problem. Big difference.
While looking at the authentic statistics compiled from government sources, keep in mind that Sweden’s Muslim population is around 5%. This 5% population stand for the huge overwhelming majority of the total crimes statistics. North African Muslims appear again and again in statistics across Europe as the most violent of all Muslims.
It should be noted that statistics on the number of migrants born outside of Scandinavia and outside of European countries are only available from 1984 onwards in the municipality charts below. Prior to 1984 they are all lumped together.
A report from The Ministry of Justice and The Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) state: “…there is a selected major concentration of immigrants from North Africa and Western Asia with the highest participation values (Algeria-Libya-Morocco-Tunisia, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan-Palestine-Syria in that order).”
Sweden’s new trend of extreme and violent crimes began when the totalitarian socialist government decided that Sweden must become multi-cultural. The timing of this decision coincides with the social engineering of Europe under French pressures to comply with the Euro-Arab Cooperation initiated by the French president Charles de Gaulle.
During a November 27, 1967 press conference, Charles de Gaulle stated openly that French cooperation with the Arab world had become “the fundamental basis of our foreign policy.” This destructive and horribly nasty policy to infiltrate Islam into Western society was implemented into EU policy with the backing of the EU Commission.
Five years later in Paris, July 1974, the Parliamentary Association for Euro-Arab Cooperation was created, under the Euro-Arab Dialogue rubric. Sweden’s first step into its own destruction began in 1975 when a government decision was made that emulates the French initiative.
Will the EU Commission pick up the bill for the enormous social, civic and human damage it has committed against Sweden with this social engineering that its population had no free choice to opt for? Will Sweden ever be compensated for the costs?
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1975 is an interesting year for the Swedes. When a unanimous Parliament decided that Sweden should become multicultural. (Proposition Bill 1975: 26). To follow the progression from that year until today is an interesting measure of how immigration has changed the face of Sweden. This is an attempt to get an overall impression of violence in municipalities.
At the national level, it is possible to follow a lot of crime statistics from 1975. At municipal level, it is more difficult. For municipalities only statistics from 1996 onwards are published. County statistics however exist from 1975. As both County and municipal statistics are provided for the period 1996-2012 one can make reasonable estimates of how the division between municipalities may have looked like the period 1975-1995. 1.
What the compilation contains
There is relatively good amount of information on this compilation, but it is [the type of] information that is relevant. The top diagram shows the number of reported violent crimes in the period 1975-2012. This is followed by a table of miscellaneous information about the municipality:
The figures for 1975, 2012 and the total number of violent crimes in the period. On the far right shows the percentage increase.
Chart notes: Våldsbrott = violent crimes. Folkmängd = population. Brott per 100 000 inv = crimes per 100 000 inhabitants. Topår = peak year. Brå = Brottsförebyggande rådet (Ministry of Justice, The Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention)
The 1975 level
An estimate that shows the number of reported offences on crime throughout the period had been on the 1975 level. This estimate is based on the development of the group “women 15-44 years”. Men in that age group accounts for an overwhelming majority of violent crime. The municipality had made a prediction in 1975 about violent crime in 2012, provided that it was fitting the increase/decrease in the group “women 15-44 years,” this is the result we roughly had come up with. (Now committed not all crimes in the municipality of local residents. For municipalities with a lot of tourism is that calculation less relevant.)
Showing the municipality’s population each year and percentage difference. This is also the group “women 15-44 years”.
Crimes per 100 000 inhab.
Reported violent crimes per capita in the municipality as well as the whole of Sweden for comparison.
In addition to gender and age is another important parameter to include in a compilation of violent crime.
“The percentage of people who are suspected of crimes are greater in groups from certain geographical areas than from others. For example, people from some parts of Africa and Western Asia. The percentage of people from North Africa who are suspected of crimes during the period, for example, is almost four times higher than it “should” be based on their share of the population.”
(Crime among people born in Sweden and abroad Brå-report 2005: 17)
“The trend of the results is that the felonies, the greater proportion of the crimes committed by immigrants. The largest shares are for rape and murder/manslaughter, 38 and 30 per cent. High shares in relative terms also applies to assault offences, 20-21 percent and robbery, 24 percent” …
“… As far as street violence, however, there is a selected major concentration of immigrants from North Africa and Western Asia with the highest participation values (Algeria-Libya-Morocco-Tunisia, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan-Palestine-Syria in that order).”
(Migrant and immigrant children’s crime Brå-report 1996: 2)
Unfortunately, there is no detailed statistics on municipal level regarding origin but I’ve found the statistics from 1984 which is comparable to today ‘s. “Non-European” includes, of course, even countries such as Viet Nam, China, United States and Japan, which together with some other countries excels in having low crime prone (on Swedish level and even lower). However, in comparison with the immigration from the Middle East and Africa is immigration from these countries. Here are the overseas countries listed under the column “the world Excl. EU/Efta “: Country of birth and regions (xls)
Reported violent crimes in five-year periods
Sometimes it’s some “hack in the curve” as clouding the overall picture. Grouping into five-year periods gives a clearer picture of the trend.
There have been some local diversions during the period which hinders the compilation. See footnote about the municipalities involved and how I give the municipalities. 2.
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Below is a selection of some municipalities. Info in the comments Note If you wish to see a particular municipality. Eating local is pretty uninteresting and shaky statistically, so choose rather the closest significant town for a better surface.
*Muslimstatistics have added a chart list to this article. To save space, two sample charts of actual statistics have been included below of Malmo and Stockholm. There are 290 municipalities in Sweden. To see a chart of the main ones, open the link to view the statistics of each municipality in large view. If you want more charts please contact the author at affes.wordpress.com and request your specified municipality.
- the period 1975-1995 (gray area) is an estimate based on County statistics based on the average percentage of the crimes in the county from 1996 to 2012. The entry “the municipality is missing” in Brå‘s statistics are included in this request and is based on the municipality’s share of the notified crimes in the County that year.
- Municipality diversions during the period. I have chosen to report relevant municipalities separate even though they officially did not exist in 1975. For example, Nykvarn broke away from Södertälje municipality in 1999 and therefore there is no statistics for Nykvarn before that year. Distribution of the population and crime reports for the period before 1999 have been estimated in this case based on statistics since 1999. Municipalities that have changed during the period are: Uppsala/Knivsta, Södertälje/Nykvarn, Borås/Bollebygd, Örebro/Lekeberg, Nyköping/Trosa/Gnesta. With the exception of Nyköping/trosa/Gnesta the breakout municipalities are relatively very small.