Swedish police attacked a large group of young Swedish patriots handing out anti-invasion leaflets in central Stockholm on Friday evening, resulting in a fracas in which one policeman was hit in the face and three patriots were arrested.
The incident—incorrectly reported by the pro-invasion and far left Aftonbladet newspaper as “black clad thugs attacking foreigners”—started when at least 200 young Swedish patriots converged on the city center to hand out leaflets titled “It is now enough!”
The leaflets warned of the criminal dangers posed by the “North African street children” who have swarmed into the city under the guise of claiming to be “asylum seekers.”
The Swedish police have themselves issued such warnings, as the problem of the North African criminal invasion has spread to many major cities in Europe since German Chancellor Angela Merkel invited the Third World to invade Europe last year.
Alarmed that the patriots had dared to turn out in such large numbers, the Stockholm police immediately dispatched riot police to “contain” the situation.
Although the patriots were breaking no laws, the police then started attacking them with batons, and one of the beaten and arrested patriots struck back, hitting a policeman in the face. Three other patriots were also arrested for “disturbing the peace.”
The Aftonbladet newspaper, seeking to sensationalize the incident and drum up sympathy for the nonwhite invaders, then produced an invader “witness” who claimed that he, and other nonwhites, had been “beaten by black clad masked thugs.”
Although there was absolutely no evidence for this claim, the Aftonbladet report was immediately widely repeated by the many other controlled media outlets.
Only the Expressen newspaper, to its credit, refused to carry the claims that the patriots had attacked “foreigners on the street” and in its coverage confirmed that the only incident had been the police fracas with the patriots.
The Expressen also revealed that the incidents had been regarded as so minor that all four arrestees had already been released, and none had been charged.
The police, for their part, have now announced that they will be investigating the distributed leaflet for offenses under Sweden’s restrictive “race laws” which forbid anyone from telling the truth about race and crime, among other things.