The Swedish Moderate Party has called for a new law to be passed to criminalise anyone in the country’s heavily migrant-populated no-go zones from acting as “morality police”. The Moderates have called for the criminalisation of so-called morality police to combat the growing presence of ‘honour culture’ in the troubled suburbs
Sharia patrols should have been criminalized years ago, before no-go zones expanded even into the country’s largest mall. Swedish researcher Peder Hyllengren of the Swedish Defence College recently stated that “Sweden has become a ‘base’ for international radical Islamic extremist networks.”
Sweden has been desperately struggling to cope with the disaster caused by mass Muslim migration. The country is on the verge of civil war. Its government has distributed “be prepared for war” leaflets to its 4.8million homes. Still, Swedish leaders are upset that the country is being used as “an example of failed migration,” despite the abundant evidence that it is just that: the perfect example of where every country is headed that allows massive numbers of unvetted Muslim migrants to enter.
And what did Sweden’s leaders get for their big welcome of Muslim migrants? A slap in the face from the UN for supposedly being a “racist inferno” against migrants.
“Swedish Moderate Party Calls for Arrests of ‘Morality Police’ in No-Go Zones,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, May 24, 2018:
The Swedish Moderate Party has called for a new law to be passed to criminalise anyone in the country’s heavily migrant-populated no-go zones from acting as “morality police”.
The Moderates have called for the criminalisation of so-called morality police to combat the growing presence of ‘honour culture’ in the troubled suburbs, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.
Both the Moderate party’s legal spokesman Tomas Tobé and Jessica Polfjärd, the party’s gender equality and integration policy spokesman, made the proposals on Tuesday demanding measures be taken to combat the pressures of honour culture.
The first proposal would see the criminalisation of anyone thought to be employing an “unlawful restriction of freedom” within the rules of honour culture and could see a prison sentence of up to three years.
“Morality police” in migrant suburbs who attempt to police what women wear and how to behave could also face prison time under a new law.
“There are people who choose to limit women’s freedom in Sweden. They will be met with a sentence and with imprisonment, but also in some cases expulsion,” Tomas Tobé said.
Some Swedish feminists have already complained about the enforcement of morality by men in the suburbs with Zeliha Dagli, a former Left Party politician, moving out of the Stockholm suburb of Husby last year specifically citing “morality police” as the reason…..