48 Hours in Sweden

SWEDEN. Jack Nilsson has compiled this list of news reports from the last two days and nights. Some things are normal stuff and other things are part of the new normal. Woman robbed, MalmöElderly woman in wheelchair beaten and robbed in a hospital, SundsvallWoman robbed on Lilla Torg, MalmöRape, JärfällaRape, HaningeWoman murdered and man arrested,… Continue reading 48 Hours in Sweden

Criminality, Migration

Updated List of No Go Areas

SWEDEN. The news reported that it wasn't sure that this list would be published as many municipalities says it demonizes the area, makes it hard to build houses as nobody wants to live there and also it scares away companies that might invest. I guess if you read between the lines the municipalities want to… Continue reading Updated List of No Go Areas


Was Pushed from Balcony by Her Husband

SWEDEN. Last night, around 22.00, a woman was pushed from a balcony by her husband. It happened in the no go area Tjärna Ängar in Borlänge. When the police arrived the woman was awake and able to speak, but had pains in her neck and felt a numbness in the legs. But the police and… Continue reading Was Pushed from Balcony by Her Husband

Criminality, Migration, Politics

The No Go Areas of Sweden

SWEDEN. I have mentioned "our" no go-zones several times, but never listed the 61 areas that the police call vulnerable areas (such a stupid name). They divide them into three categories: 1. Particularly vulnurable areas - are signified by social problems and criminality that has caused a prevailing unwillingness to take part in legal procedings… Continue reading The No Go Areas of Sweden

Criminality, Religion

Quran School to Taxing for Children

SWEDEN. Kent Karlsson is the principal of two elementary schools in a no go-zone in Borlänge and he is concerned about the local quran school. Some children have quran school three days a week while others go after every schoolday and on the weekend as well. The weekend classes can be seven hours long. The… Continue reading Quran School to Taxing for Children