Swedish Policeman Reports ’22 Out Of 24 Murders Had A Foreign Background’

The Swedish Policeman Peter Springare continues to post on Facebook the realities of his work as a criminal investigator in Orebro, Sweden.

Part of his post:

Unfortunately, I have not been able to work so much this week because of the “storm” that flows from different directions, as a result of my post last Friday. But I come here to report some facts, about a couple of the categories we examined here at the Serious Crime Unit in Örebro during the period 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2016.

The first is the category of murder/attempted murder, which is one of the most serious crimes in our penal code. It is often very complex to investigate and require very significant resources and time [manpower], which obviously affects the results of the investigation in the case, for example, on the variety of crimes.

Murder/attempted murder 1 Jan 2015-Dec 30, 2016;

– 12 investigated cases. 24 suspected perpetrators
– In 10 of the cases the perpetrators was of foreign origin.
– In 2 of these cases the perpetrators was of Swedish descent.
– Out of a total of 24 involved perpetrators 22 was of foreign origin and 2 of Swedish descent.

The vanishingly small proportion of all immigrants that are criminals, thus are greatly over-represented here when it comes to very serious violent crimes. And now, if this would be fairly equal in the country at large, we in Örebro got a very, very big problem.

Extortion; the same conditions in the time period.

– 18 investigated cases. 25 suspected perpetrators.
– In 13 of the cases the perpetrators were of foreign origin.
– In 4 cases the perpetrators where of Swedish descent.
– In 1 case, the perpetrator was unknown.
– Out of a total of 25 offenders 19 was of foreign origin and 5 was of Swedish descent and 1 unknown.

I will come back next week or earlier, with some reports from my end.

I would like to end with this;

Ahmed’s father did not want to see his children get killed in a torn, violent, war-torn country. He staked everything he had and fled to Sweden. He wanted to give his children a safer life and a better future.

Today, Ahmed was assassinated. Brutally shot down in the street in Sweden.[*We guarantee that Ahmed was assassinated by another Ahmed, although Peter Springare may not have details of this yet. TMI]

Majority of the victims of these violent crimes that I and other serious crime investigators in the country investigate are just immigrants or children of immigrants. Therefore, it is not so strange that I got so much support by precisely immigrants, because they understand what it is I put my finger on. MTheMuslimIssue

Literally – Planting the Seeds Of The Third Temple

The new Sanhedrin in Israel has begun planting to provide the agricultural needs of the Third Temple.

“When people think about sacrifices, they think about animals and blood,” Rabbi Weiss said. “But most of the sacrifices were, in fact, from plants, grown around Israel.”

Many of the elements for the daily Temple service were agricultural and specific to the Temple. Semolina was frequently brought as a sacrifice with olive oil. The wine libation came from vines cultivated using a specific method. Rabbi Weiss pointed out that even some minor aspects of the Temple service required vast agricultural resources….

Ever-present on the altar were three piles of wood: the first for burning the animal sacrifices, the second for making coals to burn the incense, and the third for the perpetual altar fire commanded by the Bible.  BreakingNewsIsrael

Plants required for the Temple

There are many different plants required for the Temple, each with its own special conditions. The Sanhedrin’s new Temple forests are dispersed around Israel to provide the specific conditions suitable for each plant. In the Hebron Hills, they planted 30 Cedars of Lebanon and several pomegranate trees. In Kochav Hashachar overlooking the Jordan Valley, they planted half an acre of grapevines surrounded by Cedars. In Shaarei Tikvah in Samaria, cinnamon trees, one of the 11 ingredients in the Temple incense, are ready to be planted. In Itamar, a vineyard of 200 vines has been dedicated to Temple use. Seven date palms were planted in the Western Negev for use in the Shavuot offering.  BreakingNewsIsrael

There is also a modern-day Israeli farmer Guy Erlich growing plants for a future Third Temple.

It started with the Balsamon tree, better known as the Balm of Gilead.

For 1,000 years, ancient Hebrew farmers in this area were the only ones in the world known to cultivate this exotic plant, using it for medicinal and cosmetic purposes. Now Erlich’s biotech adventure is reviving that trade and more.

“He knew how to make out of it most important medication of the ancient world, a perfume that was considered to be the best perfume in the Roman Empire,” Erlich explained. “It says it’s the first ingredient of the incense of the Holy Temple and since the Second Temple period, it says (it was used) as the anointing oil of the kings of Israel. At the sixth century, it disappeared from here, together with the Jewish people.”

Erlich got his first plant from a shoot that was smuggled by a German scientist out of Saudi Arabia and brought to Israel. Oddly enough, the plants he grows are thriving in the intense heat and salty soil on the shores of the Dead Sea. CBN

 

Photo by Ian W Scott

Europe Public Shocks Globalist In Huge Poll By Rejecting Further Muslim Migration

Chatham House under took a massive poll of 10,000 respondents in 10 separate countries. The poll shows that majorities everywhere favor a halt to Muslim immigration.  A huge European 10-country poll shows a major shift in public sentiment on immigration from Muslim countries.  A continent-wide opposition to further Muslim immigration – an average of 55 % stop immigration, 25% don’t know, just 20% of Europeans support further Muslim immigration.

A majority of Europeans want a ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries, a poll has revealed.

An average of 55 per cent of people across the 10 European countries surveyed wanted to stop all future immigration from mainly Muslim countries…

…Only 20 per cent disagreed, while 25 percent said they did not know.

A ban was supported by 71 percent of people in Poland, 65 percent in Austria, 53 percent in Germany and 51 percent in Italy.  In the UK, 47 percent supported a ban.  In no country did more than 32 per cent disagree with a ban. Independent

Demographics

Support is also fractured by where you live. Of those living in rural, less populated areas, 58% are opposed to further Muslim immigration. Whereas among those based in cities and metropolitan areas just over half agree with the statement and around a quarter are less supportive of a ban. Opposition is also more prominent among ‘left behind’ voters, with nearly two-thirds of those who feel they don’t have control over their own lives supporting the statement. Similarly, 65% of those Europeans who are dissatisfied with their life oppose further migration from Muslim countries. There is also some evidence that public opposition crosses political boundaries, with three-quarters of those who self-classify themselves as on the right of the political spectrum and more than a third of those on the left supporting a halt.  Chatham House

Europe in 2017 has several key elections.

There are presidential and parliamentary elections in France and Germany, general elections in the Netherlands, Norway and the Czech Republic, presidential elections in Hungary and Slovenia and local elections in Portugal. Britain is still in the turmoil of its Brexit decision and there are local elections in the United Kingdom that could be dominated by the referendum’s aftermath. Forbes