Multiple Swedish news outlets, including the newspapers Fria Tider and Sydsvenskan, have confirmed that UPS has stopped all deliveries to Rosengård, a Malmo neighborhood comprised almost entirely of Muslim residents, because of a heightened risk of their drivers being robbed or worse.
Rosengård has therefore effectively become a “no-go zone.”
“Our drivers have been attacked and therefore we have decided not to hand out packages at [the district],” a UPS spokesperson confirmed to Sydsvenskan.
The confirmation was reportedly provided after a local man, Marco Padoan, complained about being denied a delivery. Instead of receiving his package, he received a notification from UPS that his package had been diverted to the company’s office in central Malmo.
According to Fria Tider, a similar policy has been enacted in Stockholm, which too houses an inordinate number of Muslims.
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In the case of Rosengård, it’s “a predominantly Muslim neighborhood that has been a flashpoint in Sweden’s sharpening debate over immigration,” according to a profile by the Los Angeles Times published three years ago.
“Malmo, the country’s southernmost major city, is the point of entry for most of the immigrants who make their way to Sweden, and many choose to stay there. About 20% of Malmo’s 300,000 people are Muslim, making it one of the most Muslim cities in Western Europe. Rosengård, with a population of 25,000, is often the first district that the city’s newest residents call home,” the paper noted.
With the influx of mainly Muslim immigrants has come an abundance of problems.
Between 2008 and 2011, for instance, the neighborhood’s Muslims reportedly rioted against local police via vandalism and arson. To make matters worse, local firefighters often refused to put out the fires unless they were provided with a police escort:
According to a report published in Commentary Magazine early last year, these sorts of attacks continue to plague the city.
“An explosive device went off Monday night outside a restaurant in Rosengård, a rough neighborhood in Malmo; no one was hurt, though the blast damaged the facade of the building,” the magazine reported in January of 2018.
“A week earlier, a powerful explosive device was hurled at a police station in Rosengård, damaging several cars. Those back-to-back incidents followed a string of similar attacks across the city in October through December–a rate of bombings that puts Malmo in the same category as Mogadishu and Quetta.”
The magazine further cited a devastating quote from The Times as proof that that crime is a feature — not a bug — of Muslim-dominant communities such as Rosengård:
“The crime surge is mainly confined to so-called ‘areas of social exclusion,’ a code for neighbourhoods such as Rosengard that are predominantly populated by immigrants.”
The same thing has been happening in pockets of Stockholm.
Watch what happened as independent journalist Ami Horowitz tried in 2017 to record footage from Rinkeby, one of Stockholm’s many “no-go zones”:
Such is the life in countries that have allowed unfettered migration. Too often, migrants and refugees — particularly those of the Muslim persuasion — refuse to assimilate with mainstream culture, instead choosing to segregate themselves and create these “no-go zones.”
Sweden — which once boasted extremely low instances of rape — has become the “rape capital of the West” specifically because of its leaders policy of allowing mass numbers of migrants and refugees from Muslim nations in the Middle East and North Africa to resettle in their communities.
Because of an adamant refusal by the nation’s leaders and media to confront the problem — let alone admit its existence — few have hope that Sweden will ever recover:
— The Shadow 🇧🇷🇮🇹🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@Chuto_o_balde) February 28, 2019
Sweden will turn in a 3th world country if the left-social nogood policy stays.
— Mr. Hodler (@Klavers84) February 28, 2019
Poor Sweden.Dissapearing country.
— maja schelker (@schelker_maja) February 28, 2019
I used to love so many places in Europe now most of the time I don’t even feel safe visiting. It’s sad seeing the decline.
— Jared Preslar (@JaredPreslar) March 1, 2019
What in the hell happened to you Sweden. You use to make such nice cars, meatballs, and affordable furniture.
— Tom Gregory (@TomGregory27) February 28, 2019
Does the govt still insist that there are NO no-go zones in Sweden? Part of me feels sorry for the Swedish people, and part of me thinks they deserve what they have brought on themselves.
— Christine D (@lizzydarcy62) February 28, 2019
President Donald Trump has repeatedly tried to warn Democrats that the same could occur in America, but they refuse to listen, as do their allies in the mainstream media. To them, the idea of a “no-go zone” is just a conspiracy theory, never mind the demonstrable evidence.
Watch what happened in 2016 when Horowitz asked residents of Minneapolis, the terror-affiliated city that Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar represents, how they feel about Shariah law:
“Places like the Cedar-Riverside area of Minneapolis, where Shariah cops make house checks to make sure Somali refugees are not becoming too Westernized, and Hamtramck, Michigan, where the call to prayer is blasted over loudspeakers in Arabic and storefronts that once peddled Polish sausage are now brimming with halal meats,” former Breitbart editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam warned two years ago.
“These can be the early warning signs of a budding no-go zone, says Kassam. But even more crucial, he says, is the level of assimilation by second and third generation Muslim Americans. If the experience of Europe is any indication, trouble is on the horizon for U.S. cities.”
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