PUBLISHED: 10:06 PM 6 Dec 2017

Chief Prosecutor Argues “War Zone” Exists As Muslims Control Suburb Of Famous City

Swedish Chief Prosecutor Lise Tamm fears that the country is being overrun by wild refugees. She warned officials that dangerous, migrant-controlled neighborhoods are now common, causing rising crime rates and increased fear from the locals.

Swedish Chief Prosecutor Lise Tamm issued a grave warning, local newspapers report. A once peaceful Stockholm has been degraded into a war zone by Muslim migrants. Authorities have been unsuccessful in their attempt to assimilate the mass of refugees now residing in the country.

“Rinkeby is almost like a war zone. When the police work there, they work as the armed forces would have done,” Tamm complained.

The Swedish government wasn’t equipped to handle the migrant crisis. Hordes of desperate young people were enticed into the country, then abandoned. Integrating refugees into a new society is a monumental task, and Sweden dropped the ball.

Tamm believes that the situation has grown so dire that it can be compared to the violence in Central America.

“And then I thought: How did they do it in Colombia when they deported FARC guerrillas, how did they do it in El Salvador when the war ended? How have they done in other parts of the world where you have had such great problems for many, many years? Is there any solution? You have to think outside the box,” she said.

Liberals don’t like talking about it, but so-called “no-go zones” are a real phenomenon. When large numbers of unemployed migrants become condensed in one spot, violence erupts almost immediately.

Hundreds of thousands of migrants have rushed into Sweden in the last few years. Their expansive immigration policies encouraged migrants to make the dangerous trek to Stockholm. They know that even if their asylum application is denied, they probably won’t be deported.

“If you run a company in this area, insurance companies do not want to insure you,” Salam Kurda, a local shopkeeper told RT.

“One of the basic requirements for being a successful entrepreneur is safety, but the risk is quite big today… If your life is at risk, money does not help… There has been quite a lot of shooting, very brutal mistreatment of our entrepreneurs, a lot of robbery, so the entrepreneurs have decided to change jobs or move to another area.”

The problem is only going to get worse. Authorities have begun denying asylum requests, but forcing migrants to comply with deportation orders is notoriously difficult. Most of the people causing the mayhem in the no-go zones won’t leave the country willingly.

“These people have not been taken care of by society. Society needs to keep the youth busy, make it difficult for them to end up in trouble. They are being used by adults. They sell drugs openly. They carry weapons,” Kurda said.

The massive migration that’s been affecting Europe for the past few years will have dire consequences for an untold number of people. Swedes living in the troubled areas are suffering, as are the migrants themselves.

“The problem is the cultural difference and that these immigrants that come to Sweden do not want to integrate, or some of them do not want to integrate. We see this especially in many of the European countries where they have taken a lot of immigrants,” Danish TV editor and host Jonas Christensen said.

“We don’t see it in, for example, Poland or Hungary. But in Germany, or in the country where I live, in Denmark, we also have no-go zones, in Copenhagen for example; and Sweden also, especially in places where they have taken in a lot of immigrants.”

It’s terrifying. Normal, everyday Europeans now feel unsafe in their own neighborhoods.

Migrant riots are now a common occurrence.

“We see these problems also in France and Belgium. And in Sweden, government people, they don’t want to admit that this is actually a problem so they don’t want to mention these no-go zones as no-go zones.”

If European leaders don’t prioritize border security, their society might suffer irreparable damage. It may already be too late. Most of the migrants are poor and unemployed, with few prospects for better opportunities. They don’t like the new culture they find themselves in, and they wish they could go back home.