A representative of the Sweden Democrats has said soldiers should be sent to Malmo to reestablish law and order in the third largest Sweden city (source):
Launching a seething attack on the red-green parties in Malmo, Magnus Olsson said it was time to call in the military to end the surge in violent crimes that have been sweeping the city.
Painting a blake picture of Sweden’s third largest city, the opposition politician blasted Malmo has lost enough of its citizens to shootouts, grenade attacks and murders.
Speaking to Expressen, Mr Olsson also said there was a great lack of police officers in Sweden, which means officers could benefit from the armed forces’ resources.
He said: “There is a great lack of police officers in Sweden and Malmö. For this reason, it is perhaps time to let the military and police to stand together to reestablish order in the country.
“We absolutely don’t believe the military should go in and to the police’s job.
“However in times of crisis the military can help keep law and order and assist the police with logistics services, materials, vehicles, and more.”
The city is struggling to cope with mass crime and vandalism. It’s described as a “lawless city” and a “battlefield” as the surge in crime continues.
Over 40% of Malmo’s population is muslim migrants from Iraq and Bosnia. In general, the situation in Malmo is a bigger example of Cologne-style events when police ingores or does not have enough resources to stop mobs, terrorizing the law-abiding citizens.