Wallander Ka’ Rende og Hoppe

Wallander is the name of a TV series, originally from Sweden, and then later (by the same production team as I recall) from the UK. Either one is a Siren’s song of white guilt propaganda masquerading as police drama. For a brief while it was amusing to guess which white people in any episode were to blame (because they always were), but that shtick became very tiresome and annoying and eventually just offensive. I remember seeing an interview with the Swedish author, Henning Mankell, the creator of the series, in which he stated that it was his intent to create this very creature. Shame such a talented writer…

Anyway, some days ago, first on Snaphanen and later on Uriasposten, it was reported that a Swedish policeman on the verge of retirement revealed the reality of police work in Sweden today. The below is a translation of the article from Uriasposten (the original is below the fold). It involves both Danish and Swedish (crossing my fingers on the latter)… and, oh, yeah, the title of this post: Wallander can go jump in the lake.

If one would like to understand the battle against social media, it is worthwhile to follow the story about the Swedish policeman, Peter Springare. After 47 years in the Swedish civil service, he is close to retirement and not afraid anymore of repercussions from the system. His experiences would never be printed unfiltered in a Swedish newspaper, as they from one end to another reveal the problems of Swedish immigration policies. He generalizes. Yes, thinking people do that.

Friday [Feb 2], he laid out a long update on Facebook based on his work with the police in Örebro. In this, he detailed an average work week and discussed the great taboo about foreigners. He has been publicly accused [a special Scandinavian form for citizen's arrest] for having made a “smear campaign against a population group”, but the truth is not so easily suppressed and he has become, after only a few days, a popular hero.

[The Danish newspaper] Politikken covers the story by focusing on the citizen’s arrest and conveniently avoids the rather simple message. This is not some small thing that just happened during the last week in Örebro, a town that is smaller than Aalborg [~200,000]. Sweden is letting itself be colonized and the price is being paid by common Swedes. The police sit in the first row.

[from Mr Springare]

This is what I did Monday to Friday last week: rape, rape, aggravated rape, rape during an assault, blackmail, blackmail, assault during a trial, diverse crime, violence against police, narco crime, aggravated narco crime, attempted murder, rape again, blackmail again and “cruelty” [not sure how to translate this].

Suspects: Ali Mohamad, Mahmod , Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again, Christoffer (hello! is this true? A Swede got himself mixed up in narco crime), Mohammed, Mahmod Ali, again and again.

Countries represented in all the crimes of the week: Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Somalia again, Syria again, unknown country, unknown country, Sweden. Half of the suspected are undetermined because they have no valid papers. Which most often means that they are lying about their nationality and identity.

And this is just for Örebro. And these crimes take up out 100% of our investigations. This is how it is and how it has been for the last 10 to 15 years.

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I am [a policeman] in the Copenhagen police department and I completely agree with the comments from Peter Springare. We have exactly the same problems in Denmark. There are, by and large, no Danish names on the police department’s 24-hour reports and a very large portion of the department’s resources are used on immature, unintegrated foreigners. (Lars Skar on Facebook, February 7, 2017).

Oh, yeah, and if you don’t believe me, Snaphanen provided the full Facebook posting plus a link to The Express, an English newspaper.

Hvis man vil forstå den igangværende kamp mod sociale medier, så er det værd at følge historien om den svenske politimand Peter springare. Efter 47 år i etaten er han tæt på pensionsalderen, og ikke mere bange for systemets repressalier. Hans erfaringer ville aldrig ende ufiltreret i en svensk avis, da det fra punktum til punktum problematiserer den svenske udlændingepolitik. Han generaliserer, ja. Det gør tænkende mennesker.

Fredag lagde han, med udgangspunkt i sit arbejde hos politiet i Örebro, en længere opdatering på Facebook. Her berettede han om en gennemsnitlig arbejdsuge, og satte ord på det store udlændingetabu. Han er nu politianmeldt for ‘Hets Mot Folkgrupp’, men sandheden lader sig ikke fortrænge, og han er på få dage blevet folkehelt.

Politiken dækker historien med fokus på politianmeldelsen, og undlader bekvemt at citere det ret så enkle budskab. Det er ikke småting der sker i løbet af en uge i Örebro, en by der er mindre en Aalborg. Sverige lader sig kolonialisere, og prisen betales af den almindelige svensker. Politiet sidder på første parket.

“Detta har jag hanterat Måndag- fredag denna vecka: Våldtäkt, våldtäkt, grov våldtäkt, överfallsvåldtäkt, utpressning, utpressning, övergrepp i rättssak, olaga hot, våld mot polis, hot mot polis, narkotikabrott, grovt narkotika brott, mordförsök, våldtäkt igen, utpressning igen och misshandel.

Misstänkta gärningsmän; Ali Mohamad, Mahmod , Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, igen , igen , igen Christoffer…va är det sant. Ja ett svenskt namn smög sig in i utkanten av ett narkotikabrott, Mohammed, Mahmod Ali, igen och igen.

Länder som representerar veckans alla brott: Irak , Irak, Turkiet , Syrien, Afganistan, Somalia, Somalia, Syrien igen, Somalia, okänt land, okänt land, Sverige. Hälften av de misstänkta kan vi inte veta säkert eftersom de inte har några giltiga papper. Vilket i sig oftast innebär att de ljuger om nationalitet och identitet.

Nu pratar vi bara Örebro kommun. Och dessa brott upptar vår utredningsförmåga till 100%. Så här ser det ut och har sett ut de senaste 10-15 åren.“

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“Jeg er kriminalassistent i Köbenhavns politi og jeg står 100% inde for Peter Springare’s udsagn. Vi har nemlig nöjagtig de samme problemer i Danmark. Der er stort set ingen danske navne på politiets dögnrapporter og en meget stor del af politiets ressourcer bliver brugt på uopdragne, uintegrerbare fremmede.” (Lars Skar på Facebook, 7. februar 2017)

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