The nonwhite invader rape plague which has cursed the Swedish town of Östersund forced the cancellation of the annual “Earth Hour” light switch off, Swedish TV has reported.
“Earth Hour” is a worldwide environmental initiative which calls on cities to switch off their public lighting for an hour to symbolically save fuel to fight “climate change.”
Earlier, police had warned women in Östersund to stay indoors following a series of sex attacks committed by nonwhite invaders in what police area manager Stephen Jerand described as a “worrying trend” of unprovoked violence on women in public places.
According to a Sveriges Television (SVT) report, the town’s municipal working committee decided this week that the street lighting in central Östersund will remain lit during the “Earth Hour” event this year, scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 19.
The decision, SVT said, was taken on the recommendation of, and in consultation with, the police, and that the recent spate of attacks is the basis of the decision.
“Earth Hour is an important event, but this year we choose to have street lights lit in view of what has happened. We want everyone to feel safe,” Östersund councilor Ann-Sofie Andersson was quoted by SVT as saying.
Chief Constable Jerand said that from the police’s side, they thought it was “a very wise move. Keeping the lighting lit is in line with our efforts to increase security under current conditions.”
He added that there had been fourteen separate sex attacks on women in the town so far—in a town where crime was previously almost unknown until the mass nonwhite invasion started.
Currently there is an invader center in the town which houses at least five hundred nonwhites, many of them Africans “redistributed” by the European Union from Italy during 2015.