Hundreds of angry masked migrant youth burned cars, smashed windows and hurled stones at police officers. They rioted in Stockholm for two days, claiming “they are protesting against police brutality and inequality.”
According to the Local, Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said:
“We have groups of young men who think that that they can and should change society with violence. Let’s be clear: This is not okay. We cannot be ruled by violence.
“Everyone, including parents and adults,” he urged should play a part in stopping the violence.
But Sweden’s National Democrat Party Chairman, Marc Abramsson, argues, Sweden’s and all of Western Europe’s “multiculturalism” attempts are “not working.” He told RT:
“This is a clear consequence of this multiculturalism politics that Sweden adopted around ‘80s and increased in the ‘90s… And this is not a unique one single occasion… we have had these ethnic-based riots against Swedish authorities. We have seen this in Western Europe, that is very sad, and I think we will see more of this, if we don’t change the politics.”
Overall, he argues, there is a common denominator among migrant populations, a “problem beneath,” he says that conflicts with western values: