Somali Christian convert spat on, harassed, forced to leave Swedish ghetto
Paul Joseph Watson
March 7, 2018
During his press conference with President Trump yesterday, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven brazenly lied to the world when he claimed that ‘no-go zones’ in Sweden didn’t exist.
“It is not like you have these ‘no go zones’. We have our share of domestic challenges no doubt about that,” said Loefven.
His assertion is completely false and can be debunked with the video below.
Ex-Muslim Christian Somali woman enters the Swedish no-go zone in Rinkeby.
She is threatened, spat on and forced to leave.
Aggressive men shout “This is not Sweden”.
Now tell me again about how “no-go zones” don’t exist, lefties. pic.twitter.com/x1NWr12rKR
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) March 3, 2018
The clip features a Somali woman called Mona Walter who decided to leave the religion of Islam and convert to Christianity.
To expose how welcoming the Islamic community were towards her, Walter ventured into the notorious migrant ghetto of Rinkeby, where she was almost immediately recognized by her countrymen.
A group of men immediately begin congregating around Walter and intimidating her.
“We are in Sweden!” asserts Walter, to which the group of men respond, “This is not Sweden!”
The crowd then begin hurling abuse at Walter and the film crew, while one of the men spits at her.
Due to “anger” and a “threatening atmosphere,” the group is forced to leave. This is precisely what a ‘no-go area’ looks like. If you as an outsider try to visit, there will be negative consequences.
As Jimmie Akesson leader of the Sweden Democrats told Breitbart, “The Prime Minister’s statement is simply not true. We have re-occurring incidences of cancelled bus lines in fear of entering certain immigrant heavy areas, frequent attacks on emergency vehicles,…