via Truth and Action: Refugee centers in Sweden are being burned to the ground in what appears to be a statement against the significant number of refugees the country has allowed in. The multiple arsons have all been at facilities which house or are slated to house immigrants.
One could say that someone in Sweden is mad as hell and bringing fire and brimstone to the facilities that are to be used for refugees. Seven arson fires have occurred, all of which seem to be connected with immigrant centers.
Two more shelters intended for refugees went up in flames in Sweden, continuing a recent series arson of attacks that police believe are directed against arriving asylum seekers amidst the migrant crisis in Europe.
In the latest incident, a children’s summer camp in the Swedish town of Eskilstuna, located about 112 kilometers west of the country’s capital of Stockholm, was engulfed in flames. The camp was planned to host about 60 asylum seekers.
Around the same time, another fire started in a refugee center in the town of Munkedal in southwestern Sweden, which had already been damaged by fire earlier in another suspected arson attack last week. However, that blaze was tackled quickly and no-one was injured because the area had been cordoned off after the previous incident.
Sweden has taken in more refugees than any other European country in proportion to its population. With 100,000 “asylumseekers” already in the country this year and another 90,000 thought to be arriving before the end of the year, the citizens of Sweden may not be as welcoming as they once were.
In the meantime, the ruling Social Democrat-led minority coalition has made a deal with the opposition to tighten asylum rules and ask the EU to re-distribute some of the refugees to other countries.
The cost to taxpayers is exorbitant as well and the government must reallocate more money to cover the cost of this influx of immigrants.
Since the government is not listening to the citizens’ concerns, then maybe it explains the arson attacks, an unlawful form of civil disobedience.
Source: RT News