Saturday, March 16, 2019

Swedish Schoolgirls Beaten, Called "Whores" by Migrant Students

Swedish girls are being kept home from school after newly-arrived migrant students turned the environment into "anarchy," according to independent journalist Joakim Lamotte.  

Lamotte says he was contacted by multiple parents from Halmstad, Sweden, after their kids were threatened, beaten and called "whores" at a school where migrants are allegedly dealing drugs and carrying weapons.  

"In recent days I've been contacted by parents of kids at the Österledskolan outside Halmstad," Lamotte reports. "They describe a school where insecurity escalated and many now choose therefore to keep their kids at home because the school can't guarantee the kid's safety. According to the parents, it's a group of new arrivals who harass their daughters."  

Lamotte quotes the testimonies of anonymous parents who say accusations of "racism" are flying freely, hindering free discussion about the issues at hand.  

"Threats and violations occur daily at school," said one parent. "Our daughter, who goes to 8th grade, has been exposed since the 2nd week of the 7th grade. She's been called, for example, 'whore' and threatened several times that she should get beaten."  

"The police have been summoned many times. Last week, the police were in place on three occasions. An ambulance has also been called to the school during assaults."  

Parents say they believe management aren't taking the problems seriously, instead attacking those who raise concerns about conditions at the school.  

"Right now, it's anarchy at the school and they've lost control completely," said another parent. "At the same time, school management wants to silence what's happening and blame the events on racism. Racism certainly occurs, but I and many others don't see it as the problem."  

"The reason for this is special treatment and that the newly arrived young people aren't integrated. On Friday, 2 girls were hit and kicked by the new arrivals." 

Lamotte says the head of school has hung the phone up on him during multiple attempts to contact him.

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