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BBC Avoids Reporting on Swedish Ikea Stabbing by Immigrants
Since 9am this morning the Daily Mail, among other media outlets, have reported that 3 immigrants from Eritrea were thought responsible for the stabbing yesterday in Sweden at an Ikea store which killed a woman and her son. Though another was injured it turns out that he is one of the suspects.
From the BBC all we can see are 2 articles filed yesterday that tells only of the stabbing, Nothing has been updated since to show the identity of the murderers. They do however state in one of the articles that one person was arrested, under this photo below, but nothing of their identity which they surely know by now, but prefer not to update.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of murdering the two shoppers
While these articles were written under the EUROPE section of their World webpages, there is nothing about this story under that heading right now. We'll see if they ever get round to making clear just who the criminals are. Since I'm willing to bet that they are probably Muslims as well. which makes it less likely that the BBC will.
Well if you wanted a glimpse of what a country would be like if it was run by the BBC then look no further. Sweden is showing just what it would be like. It also appears that my prediction on the 'religious' background of these murderers is correct, not that it takes a genius to have guessed it.
The IKEA superstore near Stockholm which witnessed a double murder this week by Eritrean asylum seekers has responded by ending the sale of kitchen knives in-store, and the government has stepped up its policing at asylum-lodgings to defend against a backlash.
The response of the Swedish authorities to the ‘stabbings’ which killed what is reported to be a Swedish native mother and son shopping in the Västerås branch of IKEA – the largest in the country – has mystified some international observers.
Immediately after the attack by the newly arrived migrants, who shared a room in a government asylum shelter and had only arrived in the country less than four weeks before, Swedish police rushed to protect migrant communities from “dark forces in society”.
“Local police across the region have been tasked with taking these measures, to be there for safety purposes for everyone there – those who work there and those who live there,” Vastmanland police spokesman Per Agren said, as quoted by Reuters.
IKEA itself has now joined in with Västerås store manager telling local media that knives will be removed from shelves, a “temporary” move the chain presumably hopes will neuter the desire some in society feel to murder strangers.
After the stabbing on Monday, the store reopened this morning. News Agency AFP reports Swedish police have been “tight-lipped” over what precisely happened in the store, and have refused to confirm various claims in the local and global media, from the identity of the victims and perpetrators, the exact nature of the murder weapons, to whether it was a beheading. There are unconfirmed suggestions in the fringe press that the killers shouted “Allah Akbar” as they struck.
As reported by Breitbart News last year, IKEA stores are gun-free zones, with even uniformed police officers asked to leave premises by security guards for carrying firearms.
Photo of woman beheaded by Muslim asylum seekers at IKEA in Sweden
From the country where Muslim rape of a child ended in community service, the Swedish police chief referred to the reported “stabbing” as an “act of madness” while the Swedish media is covering the whole story up. There exists no free speech in Sweden in 2015. The socialist system is a pseudo free society.
When has an execution-styled beheading been called a stabbing? Only in Sweden. Yes, it’s madness to the normal modern world. But it’s an act of heroism to Muslims and to Islam. The nearly one million Muslims across Sweden will be celebrating within their communities today.
The man is supposed to be from “Eritrea”. That’s hardly likely. When has asylum seekers ever entered Europe with authentic documents? They don’t even use their real names. They throw away their real documents and acquire forged names and passports connected to some area under conflict to assume the role of a victim. They pretend to be Christians while they cut the throats of suspected Christians on the dinghies heading to Europe. They pass through half of Africa to reach to Libya to pretend to be stuck in conflicts. Guaranteed he has no association to Eritrea at all. This is an al Shahaab or Boko Haram affiliate, probably a Somali.
Welcome to Sweden year 2015 where left-wing imported islamism doesn’t even leave their natives safe to shop for furniture.
The Muslim “asylum seekers” behind this terror attack on an unarmed innocent woman, did not behead another Muslim from one of the many feuding tribes around the world. They beheaded a native Swedish woman, Carola Herlin, and her son. They attacked them at random in accordance to islamic commands to attack any kafir civilian and kill them.
And what does the most surreal insane country in the world do in this situation? They send security – to guard Muslims! The Swedish government has over 100,000 newly barbaric Muslims in the country to monitor after granting them asylum rather than banning them entry. But, oh no, don’t be bothered about these pro-islamist affiliates. Point suspicion on the natives instead…
While they’re at it, why don’t they just distribute machetes to the asylum centers?
A police car in front of an Ikea store in the central Swedish town of Vasteras on 10 August 2015
The Ikea store in the Eikslund shopping centre re-opened on Wednesday but police surveillance continued. Police in central Sweden have increased security at refugee accommodation centres after two Eritrean asylum seekers were arrested on suspicion of murdering two people at an Ikea store.
Local officials feared a backlash from “dark forces” who wanted to exploit the case, police chief Per Agren said.
A mother and son died in the knife attack which took place inside an Ikea store in Vasteras on Monday.
The store has temporarily stopped selling knives following the killings.
It re-opened on Wednesday and manager Mattias Johansson said he hoped staff and customers could return to “as normal a day as possible”.
Security around the store was stepped up, while police officers also strengthened surveillance at refugee camps in the region, including at the centre where the two suspects live.
Officers were called to the Ikea in the Eikslund shopping centre at 13:00 (11:00 GMT) on Monday and found three people with knife injuries in the kitchenware section, police spokesman Per Stromback said after the incident.
A mother and her adult son – described as “ordinary shoppers” – died at the scene. A 35-year-old man found seriously injured was linked to the attack, reports say.
Police confirmed on Tuesday morning that they had arrested two men from Eritrea who lived in asylum accommodation in the city of Arboga.
The youngest suspect, 23, had been questioned and denied the attack, police said. The second man remained in hospital with life-threatening injuries and had not yet been interrogated.
‘Act of madness’
The motive for the attack is unclear, but police said there were no political overtones.
“It is an act of madness,” Mr Agren was quoted as saying.
Ikea has not confirmed whether knives on sale were used in the stabbing.
The store in Vasteras, which is about 70 miles (115km) west of the capital Stockholm, is one of the largest in the country.
[No mention of Muslims in either of these two news reports]
Last Edit: Aug 13, 2015 18:34:42 GMT by Teddy Bear
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