So, let me show you what goes on in even the smallest villages/towns of Sweden. A lot of this text will be a rough translation from Swedish since there are no English- or big national mainstream media outlets reporting on this.
This Tuesday in Sweden, Kopparberg, a Swedish woman, age 20, was stabbed in her stomach by a racial stranger. And less than an hour later, another Swedish woman age 60 was assaulted and raped by a knife wielding racial stranger. Police can't see a link at this stage.
A twenty year old woman was walking her dog when a racial stranger stopped her and seemed curious about her dog. Suddenly the man tried to yank the leash out of her hands, and the woman responded by kicked him on his legs while trying to resist. The man in turn pulled out a knife and stabbed her in the stomach. The woman threw herself to the ground in order to try and shield her dog with her body since she feared it would also become a target. The perpetrator then ran from the scene.
In a Facebook post the woman later had this to say:
I'm so tired of this. I can never be at peace. Everyday it's something! It hurts to see my mother and other family members constantly feel so uneasy because there's always something horrible happening in this fucking village. If there at least could be a manned [police]station in Kopparberg, they could have arrived earlier and taken this bastard!
Event two, less than an hour after the stabbing:
A woman in her sixties was attacked and raped by an unknown knife wielding man. The police currently doesn't have much information about the event, but say that the woman has been taken to the hospital for medical care and to secure possible evidence from the perpetrator.
Even though the geographical location and time of the previous attack, the police doesn't see any links between the events and have not released a description of the suspect.
- We don't see any links between the two cases right now, says Ola Andersson, chief of investigations at the police within the Lindesberg area.
Aftermath, reactions from the townspeople, Nordic Resistance Movement patrolling the streets and the Police all of a sudden having resources to tail the patrol of activists, but not to keep the town under control.
The system is actively withholding the descriptions of the suspects, even though everyone in town know the details. (Yes, racial strangers)
The townspeople are scared and angry (but the system will handle this, right?), and apparently these events are just the culmination of a longer period of unrest in town. And the situation is not unique, it's becoming commonplace everywhere.
On top of that, police are closing down precincts all over Sweden, particularly in small towns due to lack of manpower and resources.
If you call them, you often have to wait hours if they come at all. But they always have time/resources to harass/sometimes out right physically attack (when they have the numbers on their side) any form of dissenting political parties/movements.
Yet they do nothing when Swedish women and children are being preyed upon. They instead withhold information as best they can.
So this is where the Nordic Resistance Movement gets information about this from the locals.
A few of the activists from nest* 1 and 5 visits Kopparberg a day or so after the stabbing/rape to patrol the streets and talk to the townspeople.
A combined effort to show presence, create some semblance of safety, hand out leaflets/propaganda and hopefully get more people to join up.
Nicklas Norling from Nest 5 answered a few questions:
--Did any of the locals talk to you, and how did they react to your visit in Kopparberg?"
-- The response was very good. Many Swedes stopped to talk with us and a majority of them already knew who we were from before. We explained our reasons for being there and discussed the latest events. People wished us luck and asked for us to come back again soon.
-- Did the police show up?
-- Yes, it took around 30 minutes for them to show up, and then they followed us for the remainder of our visit to Kopparberg. We didn't care much about them until a few teenagers came running, telling us how the police had taken the leaflets we had left on the windshield of cars in the area. Me and nest leader Pär Sjögren then went over to the police to confront them about this, but they of course denied having taken anything and just tried to make up some bad excuses. They also denied following us and excused it with being standard way of operating with these things. After confronting them they held a little bit bigger distance at least.
Many of the locals reacted to the fact that the police now had the time to follow us around, instead of showing up when they are really needed. When we explained that they were here to disturb our activities, some locals refused to believe us, but were proven wrong when the police kept following us as we left the area.
Clarification: A "nest" is a regional group of activists (with different roles, some street level activism, some others). They are present in most cities across Sweden, Norway, Finland and soon Denmark/Iceland. All nests have local leaders, who in turn take orders from the leader of the entire organization. They are National Socialists, with a goal to repatriate basically all non northern Europeans and unite all of the Nordic countries under one banner, one military and one economy, and a few other things.
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