In Sweden, Muslims have been demonstrating their menacing power. They have already managed to establish 61 No-Go zones, lawless areas where the Swedish government’s writ does not fully run. Firemen, sanitation men, and civil servants are now afraid to enter these Muslim-populated and Muslim-run zones without police escorts, while the police themselves do not enter these areas except in force. In June 2017, Sweden’s National Police Commissioner, Dan Eliasson, spoke on national television and pleaded for assistance: “Help us, help us!,” he said, while warning that Swedish police forces could not uphold the law by themselves in the face of aggressive and hostile Muslims; enforcing the rule of law would require greater support from all segments of Swedish society, and especially from the media, so that the police would no longer be cowed by the reflexive charges of “racism” and “islamophobia” that until now have prevented them from acting with the necessary firmness. Things have gotten so bad that even in 2016, 80% of the Swedish police said they were thinking of quitting their jobs; as of now, more than a thousand police officers quit every year.
A Swedish research expert regarding destabilized countries, Johan Patrik Engellau, has been working with organizations such as the UN and others that operate in crisis areas. He never expected to witness such a catastrophic breakdown of civil society in his own country:
“I’m afraid it is the end for the well-organized, decent and egalitarian Sweden we have known up to now. Personally, I would not be surprised if a form of civil war occurs. In some places, the civil war has probably already begun.”