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Things are getting so bad in Sweden that Swedish hip-hop artist Ken Ring expects a civil war there within the next 20 years. He is also considering moving to Africa, which he believes will be safer than Sweden. The rapper made these comments on the television program Trygdekontoret, broadcast on Norway’s state broadcaster NRK on March 13, 2018.
Ring grew up in Hässelby, a suburb of Stockholm which has recently seen a dramatic escalation of violence. Immigration levels have exploded in the suburb and such a massive influx, with its subset of violent, organized crime, and increased drug trafficking, has meant a transformation of the area.“Today there is an open gang war. My big brother was murdered,” he said.
When asked about why he would move to Africa, where his mother was from, Ring said: “It’s safer there. My son is nine years old and he asked me, ‘Dad, why is it more dangerous in Hässelby than in Nairobi, Kenya?’”
The rapper notes that many of those involved in deadly gang shootings are not recently arrived asylum seekers. Instead, they are second generation immigrants who were born and raised in Sweden. “I think it’s too late — that it’s not possible to change,” Ring stated and added: “Within 20 years we will have an open war on the streets of Stockholm.”
Journalists apparently rarely ever visit the no-go zone suburbs around Stockholm, so they don’t really know what’s going on. And anyway, they are too busy trying to figure out how men can become impregnated with female sperm.
In a new bill, the Swedish government has proposed changes that will “modernize” the rules for assisted childbirth and parenting. According to the new bill this would… "mean, among other things, that a man who gives birth to a child is to be considered a father to the child and that a woman who contributes her sperm to a child's birth is to be considered a mother to the child." The purpose of the proposal is to create "more modern" rules for "situations in which people receive children after either of them or both have changed gender identity."