[4/3/17] It certainly is poetic — whether you think it’s justice or not depends on your point of view. But after advocating an open-borders policy and demeaning its opponents as “racists,” some Swedish feminists are now leaving migrant-heavy areas of their nation that they say are controlled by Islamic fundamentalists.
This is all the more ironic considering how aggressively anti-Western some of these feminists have been in their advocacy of Third World migration. Just consider Social Democrat politician Mona Sahlin. Aside from theorizing that indigenous Swedes are envious of Muslims because the latter have a culture and Swedes (supposedly) don’t, she also reveled in the destruction of that native culture that never existed, stating in 2001 that “the Swedes must be integrated into the new Sweden; the old Sweden is never coming back.”
One of Sahlin’s former Social Democrat colleagues may be learning how true this is — the hard way. Nalin Pekgul, once a minister of parliament (MP), has lived in Stockholm suburb of Tensta for 30 years. Now, though, she avoids its city center because she no longer feels safe there, owing to harassment by Muslim men, according to Swedish broadcaster SVT.
Pekgul reports that “the situation for women in public life in the area has deteriorated over the past several years. She noted that there has been a rise in religious fundamentalism amongst the men in the area, many of whom come from migrant backgrounds. Pekgul attempted to combat the trend by organising coffee shop meetings but soon abandoned the idea,” relates Breitbart.
The site continued, “‘In Tensta I am a known face and I have no desire to stir up trouble when I get harassed,’ Pekgul said[,] explaining why she no longer goes into the centre of the suburb.”
While Pekgul is hunkering down but not yet departing, former Left Party politician Zeliha Dagli did end up fleeing her “no-go” suburb of Husby. She described the area, Breitbart further informs, “as having self-appointed ‘morality police’ who attempt to control women’s behaviour in the area. Aggression toward feminists, in particular, became an issue she said. ‘There were rumours that we wanted to take away women’s veils,’ she said.”
Finally, Dagli was warned to mind her own business. No longer feeling safe in Husby, she moved to an inner-city Stockholm area, where she says she can speak and dress as she pleases. Of course, this was a luxury enjoyed all over Sweden until she and her ilk decided to push multicultural madness.
Ironic here is that Dagli’s Left Party (its actual name) had in 2004 proposed the abolition of marriage; the creation of “gender neutral” names ; and, to the point here, a “Man Tax.” This would have been a special levy on men designed to compensate society for “male violence” against women.