A 19-year-old Swedish man was stabbed to death while trying to prevent a Sudanese migrant raping a woman at a party. Media describes protest against incident as a “Nazi demonstration.”
“A group of migrants broke into an uninvited party in the town of Härnösand in eastern Sweden,” according to reports.
“Reports say a Sudanese migrant tried to rape a girl while a 19-year-old man tried to stop him. The teenager did not expect the migrant to have a knife with him, so he stabbed him easily. The migrant finally raped the girl twice more.”
The culprit was later named as 22-year-old Abubaker Mohamed, a Sudanese migrant who was granted Swedish citizenship in 2011 and had a long criminal record, including a 2015 conviction of raping a girl under the age of 15.
The 19-year-old Swede who died in hospital from severe knife injuries was named as Tommie Lindh. He was a supporter of the populist Alternative for Sweden party and friends said he had a strong sense of justice and always tried to come to the aid of those in need.
After the story garnered national media attention, a group calling itself the Nordic Resistance tried to hold a protest in Härnösand but authorities denied the application for the demonstration.
The protest went ahead anyway and was subsequently described as a “Nazi demonstration” by Sweden’s public broadcaster SVT.
SVT also completely failed to mention that the demonstration was against the migrant rape of the woman and subsequent murder of the 19-year-old man.
As we have exhaustively documented, Sweden has a massive rape problem due to its total failure to integrate migrants after sustained years of mass immigration.
Violent crime and sexual assaults have significantly increased since the country accepted a new wave of migrants in 2015.
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