Swedish patriots have burned down yet another planned invader center, this time in Skåne Ekeby near Bjuv, in the south of the country.
According to a police spokesman, the set of buildings has been utterly destroyed and can no longer be used to house invaders, who had been set to move in January 2016.
Access to the building was apparently obtained through some windows, according to a report in the Expressen newspaper.
“The entire complex is wrecked,” Christer Nilsson, site manager at the emergency services in Bjuv, told the Expressen. “The buildings were about to be fitted out for use in January, but now this will not be possible,” he added.
The alarm was raised shortly after 5 a.m. at the set of sixteen barracks. At least one building had been completely engulfed in flames by the time the emergency services arrived, and several others had fires in them as well. The entire complex suffered “substantial” damage, Hans Nilsson, police duty officer said.
“When we got to the place, we found that large parts were on fire, and that the entire row of barracks was filled with smoke,” Nilsson added.
“Since the barracks are one long room without defined dividing walls, the entire building site has been effectively destroyed. It will have to be rebuilt completely if anyone is to stay here,” he said.
Three fire brigades and more than twenty firefighters battled the flames, with a spokesman from that service describing the blaze as “very comprehensive.”
The fire service struggled for two hours to extinguish the flames, and after two hours they thought they had completed the task, and left the scene.
However, within six hours, the flames started again, apparently regenerated by a strong wind in the area, and the fire service had to be called out again.
According to the Syd Svenskan newspaper, the barracks were intended for use as housing for “unaccompanied children”—the politically correct term for nonwhite invaders who claim to be children in order to get preferential “refugee” status and extra welfare money.
Earlier, the Swedish government announced that it could not accommodate any more “asylum seekers” because of a shortage of housing. Attacks such as the one at Bjuv, which have become increasingly common as Swedish people start resisting the invasion, have greatly exacerbated the problem.