The Swedish Institute is a taxpayer-funded public agency designed to “promote Sweden and Swedish issues globally,” and as part of its public relations effort, it gives a different Swede control of its Twitter account, @sweden, every week.
This week, the global image of Sweden is Lebanese immigrant Elias Kreidy, who is spending his time taunting the country’s residents about how Third World immigrants are taking over the country.
“I’m the immigrant who stole your job” and “I’m the immigrant who stole your education” are two of a few non-vulgar tweets suitable to publish. Kreidy also has made sexual taunts against native Swedes and called the country’s residents “racists” who don’t really belong in Sweden anyway.
All in all, it’s just another day in Sweden, where multiculturalism is pushing the once famously liberal Nordic society to the breaking point.
Mass immigration, mostly from Muslim nations, has utterly transformed many Swedish cities, leading to the development of “no-go zones” where law enforcement fears to tread. The hostility of immigrant communities toward native Europeans is so great a news crew visiting Rinkeby, Sweden, was attacked by hostile residents when they investigated the neighborhood known as “Little Mogadishu.”
Pamela Geller, an internationally renowned anti-Shariah activist and WND columnist, said the Swedish government is essentially losing control of its own territory.
“The no-go zones exist, contrary to blanket mainstream media denial and demonization of anyone who dares to say that they do exist,” she told WND. “These are areas where Muslims respect only the Shariah, not the law of the land. And they’re growing. The attack on the camera crew shows that Muslims in these areas believe that they can act with impunity, without fear of any consequences from the government or police.”