Swedish Man Posts the Crime and Sexual Assault Statistics in Sweden

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Sunday in Stockholm

Available statistics on the crime and sexual assaults in Sweden appear at the end of the article. They point to the insanity of uncontrolled mass migration and the policies that prevent people from recognizing the truth.

Most people by now know that Donald Trump was vilified in the press for using imprecise language in referencing the mass migration in Sweden. Trump was thinking of a video report by Ami Horowitz that was broadcast on Tucker Carlson’s show last Friday night.

The documentary found that Sweden’s refugee policy has led to problems it never imagined.

The Swedish men who appeared in the Horowitz documentary describing the serious problems tried to take it back. Ami Horowitz addressed that Monday night.

https://youtu.be/AzzIOAUoB1Q

Tucker followed Horowitz up with a Swedish reporter who denied there was a problem and said the crime rate is actually decreasing.

The reporting of the crimes appears to be going down, not the actual crimes.

https://youtu.be/qYOoRMf3F-U

On Tucker Carlson Monday, a former US ambassador to Sweden Azita Raji managed to talk for more than six minutes and say absolutely nothing.

The following information was posted on reddit by a man saying he is a Swede. The statistics he posted do pan out when links are clicked.

Brå(Brottsförebyggande rådet) which is a crime prevention council and is a Swedish national administrative authority that works under Justitiedepartementet (Ministry of Justice) shows that there is more crime committed in Sweden in the last few years and has increased for a long time.

You can check preliminary statistics from 2016 here as well as final statistics from other years.

Total reported crimes:

  • 2016: 1 502 023 total – 15247 per 100 000/population
  • 2015: 1 503 399 total – 15342 per 100 000/population
  • 2014: 1 443 753 total – 14890 per 100 000/population
  • 2013: 1 401 982 total – 14603 per 100 000/population
  • 2012: 1 402 588 total – 14734 per 100 000/population
  • 2011: 1 416 280 total – 14988 per 100 000/population
  • 2010: 1 370 399 total – 14605 per 100 000/population
  • 2009: 1 405 626 total – 15101 per 100 000/population
  • 2008: 1 377 854 total – 14937 per 100 000/population
  • 2007: 1 306 324 total – 14280 per 100 000/population
  • 2006: 1 224 958 total – 13490 per 100 000/population
  • 2005: 1 241 843 total – 13753 per 100 000/population

Crimes against other people:

  • 2016: 274 753 total – 2789 per 100 000/population
  • 2015: 259 330 total – 2646 per 100 000/population
  • 2014: 260 374 total – 2685 per 100 000/population
  • 2013: 249 828 total – 2602 per 100 000/population
  • 2012: 255 272 total – 2682 per 100 000/population
  • 2011: 248 372 total – 2628 per 100 000/population
  • 2010: 241 300 total – 2572 per 100 000/population
  • 2009: 235 451 total – 2529 per 100 000/population
  • 2008: 225 526 total – 2445 per 100 000/population
  • 2007: 212 596 total – 2324 per 100 000/population
  • 2006: 197 599 total – 2176 per 100 000/population
  • 2005: 187 675 total – 2078 per 100 000/population

And a study from NTU(National Crime Survey) that shows statistics from 2005 – 2015 which shows a big increase in sexual crimes on women aged 16-64. This study only counts a person once so if they were assaulted more than once in that year it doesn’t show in the statistics.

  • Women aged 16-24 – ~3.5%+ victims of crime in 2010-2012 up to 9%+ in 2015
  • Women aged 25-44 – ~1.5%+ victims of crime in 2010-2012 up to 3.7%+ in 2015
  • Women aged 45-64 – ~0.6%+ victims of crime in 2010-2012 up to 1.7%+ in 2015

Another NTU survey shows that not only have sexual crimes increased but that women are gradually less likely to report the crimes.

Estimated numbers of people exposed of sexual crimes have gradually increased from:

  • 2015: 129 000
  • 2014: 76 000
  • 2013: 98 000
  • 2012: 62 000
  • 2011: 52 000
  • 2010: 54 000

The estimated events of sexual crime is a lot higher.

  • 2015: 487 000
  • 2014: 286 000
  • 2013: 430 000
  • 2012: 225 000
  • 2011: 117 000
  • 2010: 161 000

And the number of reported events of sexual crime:

  • 2015: 9%
  • 2014: 8%
  • 2013: 12%
  • 2012: 10%
  • 2011: 19%
  • 2010: 23%

In 2016 around 31% of women feel [sic] unsafe out at night and 12% simply don’t go out because they feel unsafe.

  • 2016: 31% (12%)
  • 2015: 25% (9%)
  • 2014: 24% (10%)

Our Attorney General refuses to let Brå (crime prevention council) collect and present updated statistics but this publication shows data from 2005 and it shows that immigrants are noticably overrepresented in crime in Sweden.

I am presenting these statistics because there seems to be a huge campaign going on trying to spread lies and disinformation about Sweden. On top of the regular people who are naive and genuinely can’t believe the facts because they aren’t personally affected. They are trying to make it seem as if crime, sexual assaults etc. is down in Sweden and that there is nothing wrong here. Factual statistics show that crime is rising and credible surveys show that sexual assaults is alarmingly high. The real numbers is most guaranteed higher factoring in unreported crimes and cover ups.

I may not agree with Trump on everything he says and does but there are a lot of things he is right about. And thanks to his comments the spotlight is on Sweden right now which is incredibly important if we will have any chance of combating this problem.

Thank you to everyone who genuinely cares about the issues in Sweden and all over the world.

https://youtu.be/AJ1_6s5OFmM


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4 years ago

You need to share videos using Bitchute. Youtube has censored them.