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More fun in Sweden
#1
The wonders of multiculturalism. It started in Malmö and has spread to Stockholm as well as moving more up north.
Quote:There was an explosion at the entrance of a hairdresser in Märsta, Stockholm County, Sweden last night. In addition, cars were burned in at least three different locations in the area.
Almost 20 cars were burnt down.
No one was injured in the explosion or the car fire.
There are no suspects
Police have been talking to eyewitnesses who saw people running away from the blast. According to SVT, police received several reports of the incident and do not yet know if the explosion and the fires are in contact.
So far there are no suspects. During the night and in the morning, police conducted a technical investigation at the scene.
The explosion alert came about half an hour after the car fire alerts.
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(10-07-2019, 09:43 AM)Wallfire Wrote: The wonders of multiculturalism. It started in Malmö and has spread to Stockholm as well as moving more up north...

I've been watching the damage done by fire over here in the UK and I'm suspicious of
the frequency of instances.
Here's this month's and last month's reports from just the London area alone.
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05/10/2019 4:05 AM Croydon Fire at commercial property
Fire at shop with flats above - Thornton Heath
Four fire engines were at the scene

04/10/2019 8:28 PM Tower Hamlets Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire - Mile End
Firefighters have issued a cooking safety reminder following the fire

02/10/2019 7:16 AM Wandsworth Fire at commercial property
Fire at car showroom - Battersea
Six fire engines attended the scene

01/10/2019 9:06 AM Westminster Fire at commercial property
Basement fire - The Strand
Six fire engines attended the scene

28/09/2019 3:37 AM Haringey Fire at commercial property
Warehouse fire – Tottenham
Twelve fire engines attended

27/09/2019 4:43 AM Westminster Fire at commercial property
Portable cabin fire - Marylebone
Five fire engines attended

26/09/2019 10:59 PM Newham Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire – North Woolwich
Reminder for restaurant owners to make sure their extraction systems are clean

22/09/2019 8:39 AM Westminster Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire - Chinatown
Twelve fire engines were at the scene

20/09/2019 7:58 AM Westminster Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire - Bayswater
Eight fire engines at the scene

18/09/2019 11:34 AM Newham Fire at commercial property
Shop fire - Upton Park
Six fire engines were at the scene

18/09/2019 5:02 AM Hillingdon Fire at commercial property
Fire at recycling plant - Uxbridge
Six fire engines were at the scene

12/09/2019 7:54 AM Camden Fire at commercial property
Fire at hotel - Camden
Four fire engines attended

08/09/2019 4:17 AM Newham Fire at commercial property
Basement fire - Forest Gate
Four fire engines attended

08/09/2019 12:09 AM Brent Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire - Kilburn
Four fire engines were at the scene

07/09/2019 5:05 PM Sutton Fire at commercial property
Derelict shop fire - North Cheam
25 firefighters tackle shop fire

03/09/2019 2:07 AM Islington Fire at commercial property
Shop fire - Newington Green 
Fortunately there were no injuries

03/09/2019 3:09 AM Haringey Fire at commercial property
Roof and ducting fire - Tottenham
Four fire engines attended the scene

02/09/2019 3:36 AM Bromley Fire at commercial property
Workshop fire - Orpington
Firefighters tackle fire at a workshop

31/08/2019 8:14 PM Kensington and Chelsea Fire at commercial property
Fire at a restaurant - Earls Court
The fire is believed to have been caused by a build up of grease in the restaurant's
ventilation system

30/08/2019 7:36 PM Barnet Fire at commercial property
Fire at care home - Finchley
Four fire engines attended

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There's other communities with this sort of regular problem.
By the way, if you use the 'All Incident Types' button in the filter on Page One of the website, the reports of fire
rises alarmingly.
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#3
Since the destruction of the physical caliphate, there has been a marked increase in arrests of ISIS fighters of the "virtual caliphate" in the US, although the claim is that they have so far not gotten anything accomplished here, which report I have serious reservations about. I just don't think our government is THAT efficient.

Other countries who had defectors to the ISIS caliphate should be expecting the same - ISIS fighters returning from their destroyed "nation" with mayhem in mind, to be visited upon the nations they once called "home" before their treason and defection to ISIS.

I dunno what Trump was thinking when he decided to turn over the captured ISIS fighters to Turkey. Hell fire! Turkey was ASSISTING the defectors from other NATO countries to gain access into the "Caliphate", the sworn enemy of NATO nations! With "allies" like that, we don't need any more enemies!

I still haven't found out who thought it was a good idea to admit Turkey to NATO. Ever since that day, Turkey has been best-butt-buddies with about ALL of NATO's enemies, proving over and over again what a bad idea it was. When they admitted Turkey, I screamed bloody murder about it, to deaf ears - can't they read a map to find out where Turkey is in relation to the North Atlantic, of "North Atlantic Treaty Organization" fame? Since then, Turkey has been proving me right on a daily basis, and still no one in government notices it...

Now even Trump hands over our enemies to their friends? What's next? Selling secrets to Russia and China? Wait - the Democrats already have a lock on that one... they'll probably fight over the privilege of selling out America...

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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#4
Just to show the continuing fires in the UK aren't just a media fad.

09/10/2019, 9:11 AM Perivale, Ealing Fire at commercial property
Warehouse fire. Twelve fire engines were at the scene

05/10/2019 4:05 AM Thornton Heath, Croydon Fire at commercial property
Fire at shop with flats above. Four fire engines were at the scene

04/10/2019 8:28 PM Mile End, Tower Hamlets Fire at commercial property
Restaurant fire. Firefighters have issued a cooking safety reminder following the fire

02/10/2019 7:16 AM Battersea, Wandsworth Fire at commercial property
Fire at car showroom. Six fire engines attended the scene

01/10/2019 9:06 AM The Strand, Westminster Fire at commercial property
Basement fire. Six fire engines attended the scene

28/09/2019 3:37 AM Tottenham, Haringey Fire at commercial property
Warehouse fire. Twelve fire engines attended



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London fire sees 80 firefighters rush to tackle 'toxic-smelling' blaze.

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'Dozens of firefighters raced to a blaze in Wadsworth Road to battle the inferno as it tore through a warehouse.
A London Fire Brigade (LFB) spokesman said half of the first and second floors were engulfed by flames.
Twelve fire engines carrying 80 firefighters arrived shortly after 11.35pm on Wednesday...'
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Ten years ago... try to think back ten years ago and what sort of news was prominent.
Europe has changed so much and exists under a cloud of fear and yet, many see it as a positive.



Quote:Denmark to start border checks with Sweden after bombings.

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Spate of attacks in Copenhagen blamed on members of Swedish gangs.

'Denmark is introducing border controls with Sweden after a spate of bomb attacks and shootings in Copenhagen
has been blamed on gang members from the neighbouring Scandinavian country.

Denmark’s new centre-left government said it would start the border checks with Sweden -primarily on the Oresund
bridge that links Copenhagen with Malmo -next month as part of a series of measures intended to boost security.
Sweden already has security measures in place at ports of entry with Denmark, and Denmark with Germany, because
of concerns over migration. 

Mette Frederiksen, Denmark’s Social Democrat prime minister, said on Thursday that the
new controls were being implemented following 13 bomb attacks in Copenhagen since February, as well as a violent
double shooting in a suburb of the Danish capital in June that has been blamed on rival gangs from Sweden.

“It is not something that is going to go away, and so we have to take some drastic steps,” said Ms Frederiksen.
The level of crime in Sweden has come into focus after a series of increasingly violent attacks, particularly around the
southern city of Malmo.

Rightwing politicians have linked this to large flows of immigrants who landed in Sweden during the 2015 migration crisis,
when the country welcomed more new arrivals relative to its population than any other European country.

There are tens of thousands of daily commuters between Malmo and Copenhagen, many of whom have complained about
the inconvenience of the Swedish border controls. Danish police believe that the large explosion in August that shook the
tax authority’s building in central Copenhagen was carried out by people who crossed the border from Sweden, though the 
motive remains unclear.

Swedish crime experts have said that local gangs appeared to have received more powerful explosives in recent months,
leading to the bomb attacks including one that damaged 250 flats in the central city of Linkoping. The Danish government
also announced on Thursday that it would hugely increase the use of security cameras to monitor citizens in what it described
as an attempt to stop the gang-related violence.

The measures were hailed by the rightwing populist Danish People’s party, which argued the border controls should be made
permanent. The repeated prolonging of the Danish controls with Germany and Sweden’s with Denmark have proved controversial
in Europe, where some argue it endangers the Schengen passport-free travel zone.

Uffe Elbaek, leader of Denmark’s leftwing Alternative party, said: “It is glaringly populist to introduce ‘temporary’ border controls
with Sweden based on a few incidents. We do not get more security through increased surveillance.
This is not the Denmark I know.”...'
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