Ban Cars From Big Cities To Stop Terror
After the recent terror attack that Sweden has pushed through yet again, the press are telling the public how to deal with the attack: BAN CARS
Cars are “deadly weapons”
According to Aftonbladet editorialist Eva Franchell, who writes for Sweden’s best-selling newspaper, cars and other vehicles “have turned into deadly weapons”.
Franchell mentions these should be banished from cities to stop attacks like the one in Stockholm from happening in future.
Sweden Commits Suicide
As if Sweden hasn’t crumbled to dust enough, they are now shooting their own folk in the foot by spreading futile ideas to further the nightmare that the country must endure.
Stockholm’s mayor mentioned after the attack, that “stockholm will remain an open and tolerant city”, but has this openness and tolerance gone too far? Apparently not.
Remove cars or face consequences
The journalist who wrote the headline story, labels cars as “effective murder machines” and mentions that they “must simply be removed from city centres and places where people gather, if people are to be protected in future”.
It’s almost as if cars serve no real purpose in the city and human lives. It’s almost as if no one will disobey this cracking idea.
Vehicles are “easy to steal, and so nothing has been able to stop their advance”, writes Ms. Franchell. “It just isn’t reasonable that a big truck can be driven right into one of Stockholm’s busiest streets on a Friday afternoon right before Easter.”
What is Sweden’s real problem?
I wonder what else isn’t reasonable, perhaps the refusal of the crackdown on immigration. After all, this is not the first time such an attack has happened in Sweden. Perhaps it is one of the few of such scale, however daily attacks do still occur.
For example last year, an Australian TV station was attacked by migrants whilst filming in the outskirts of Stockholm. Likewise, the mailing company PostNord are refusing to deliver post in parts of a suburb in Stockholm because it is now regarded as too dangerous.
The company is refusing to deliver in certain areas of Hjulsta, just down the road from the notorious Rinkeby migrant ghetto, because they consider it too risky. Around 120 households will be affected.
But of course, vehicles in the centre o cities are responsible for the crime in Sweden.