Feb 13, 2017 by Paul Joseph Watson
An electrical maintenance company has announced it can no longer serve customers in the multicultural Swedish city of Malmo, citing “security risks” and increasing violence.
In a message posted on the company’s Facebook page, Högs EL states that it can no longer operate in Malmo due to skyrocketing “violence and shootings”.
“We are not taking on new job(s) there unless there is a drastic change….we need to think about the safety of our employees,” states the post.
Malmo, the third largest city in Sweden, has a 43% foreign population, with the largest proportion of migrants coming from Iraq. The Rosengard area of the city is 90% Muslim.
In an interview with Breitbart, Chief Superintendent Torsten Elofsson, who retired after 42 years on the Malmo police force, explained how mass immigration has turned some areas of Malmo into mini war zones.
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