asher63 (asher63) wrote,
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Stockholm Syndrome

Swedish paper refused to cover last summer's sex crimes in Stockholm.
Nyheter Idag is now able to disclose in detail how major Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter deliberately covered up stories about widespread sexual abuse in central Stockholm in connection with a concert in the Kungsträdgården public square this August. ...

NI relates how a witness to the events, a former police psychologist, contacted journalist Hanne Kjöller at the major Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter. The witness provided Kjöller with the phone number of a police officer who'd been on duty at the time of the attacks. When contacted by NI, the officer recounted his efforts to reach Kjöller at DN:

“She sent a text message to me once, early on, where she wrote that she was looking for me, she wanted to talk. After that, I tried to get in touch with her, but that was when things started to get awry. She answered sometimes, said she would get back to me. But it never amounted to anything. She was interested in it for half day or a day, then she wasn’t anymore”. ...

The psychologist observed that Kjöller "was very interested and listened until I told her that all the boys and men that were apprehended were young asylants (unaccompanied is the terminology used by Swedish authorities) from Afghanistan and Syria. I sensed that she changed the tone (of her voice)."

Read the whole article at the link. Do you sense a pattern here? Why are some kinds of crime and violence taboo? Is it fear of reprisals? Misplaced "white guilt"? A subconscious death wish?
Tags: europe, jihad, women
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