Disinfo: Sweden is almost in a war-state. The immigrants have taken over the lead of the country. The criminality is so high that police officers are afraid to serve


The dramatic wave of crime in Sweden is no longer limited to the main cities and spreads to rural communities as well. Police warn that foreign criminals see Sweden as the most attractive country. If you steal something, the probability of being caught is almost zero. Municipalities in Sweden suffer from the lack of free houses and apartments. This is because they have to give priority to the newly arrived asylum seekers and immigrants. The Swedish government wants to accommodate more than 100,000 immigrants by 2018.


The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs published on its official web-site facts about migration and crime in Sweden saying that: "In recent times, simplistic and occasionally completely inaccurate information about Sweden and Swedish migration policy has been disseminated. In general terms, violence has decreased in Sweden in the last 20 years. Research shows that there is no evidence to indicate that immigration leads to increased crime. Despite the fact that the number of immigrants in Sweden has increased since the 1990s, exposure to violent crimes has declined. In 2015, almost 163 000 people sought asylum in Sweden. The measures subsequently taken by the Government, including temporary ID checks and border controls, and the new temporary asylum legislation, have led to fewer people now seeking asylum in Sweden."


  • Reported in: Issue 90
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 21/11/2017
  • Language/target audience: Czech
  • Country: Sweden
  • Keywords: Refugees, Migration crisis
  • Outlet: Protiproud.cz
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The Czech presidential candidate Jiří Dahoš says that if he does not win the presidential election, it will be a clear evidence of Russian meddling into the elections.

There is, allegedly, a high number of members of the Russian secret services in the Czech Republic, who influenced the parliamentary elections and will influence the presidential elections. The presidential candidate, Jiří Dahoš, says that if he does not win the presidential election, it will be clear evidence that he is right.


Jiri Drahoš voiced concern that the Russian secret services could influence presidential elections through pro-Russian orientated media referring to the elections in the U.S., France and Germany. He never mentioned that if he does not win, it will prove that he is right. Although the Czech Security Services said there was no reasonable suspicion that the elections would be influenced, it highlighted in a yearbook from October that "the roles and intensity of the activities of the Russian secret service increased in the Czech Republic last year. They gathered particularly sensitive information from political sphere. Czech Republic was also affected by operations that were part of a campaign against targets such as Ukraine, the EU or NATO, and the Russian secret services have a good network of contacts in the country, which they are continuing to develop. "


Because of the EU´s MEDA programme, the EU requires the admission of 56 million Muslims to its structures

Based on the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership program,  the EU requires the admission of 56 million Muslims to its structures, and therefore borders must remain unprotected and open.


The key objective of the trade partnership is the creation of a deep Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Area, which aims at removing barriers to trade and investment between both the EU and Southern Mediterranean countries and between the Southern Mediterranean countries themselves. This document does not contain any clause on integrating Muslims or other non-EU citizens into the EU structure. It is strictly focused on trade agreements.


USSR or Russia have never started any wars

USSR or Russia have never started any wars.


A "documentary" repeats at least ten lies about the 1939-1940 Winter War and Finnish-Russian relations.

In the secret protocol of the German-Soviet Non-aggression Pact, signed in 1939, the Germans and the Soviets agreed that Poland should be divided between them. After Germany invaded Poland from the west on September 1, 1939, Soviet troops invaded Poland from the east on September 17. The Soviet Union attacked Finland on November 30 and forced it in March 1940 to yield the Isthmus of Karelia and make other concessions. The Baltic republics of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia were annexed by the Soviet Union. In 2014, Russia annexed Ukrainian Crimea and militarily intervened in the East of Ukraine.