Sunday, May 26, 2013

Anarcho-Tyranny Swedish Style

Borepatch has a good post on the meaning of Anarcho-Tyranny. In short its when the government doesn't enforce important laws against criminals but instead cracks down on law-abiding citizens for petty matters.

Sweden it seems is busy living it: Borepatch notes that while the police have a publicly announced policy of non-interference witht he rioters, owners of cars torched by the rioters are receiving parking tickets.

To add further insult to injury, while having a hands off approach to rioters, the Swedish police are apparently not hesitating to use force, including tear gas, to make Swedish citizens and property owners disperse and prevent them from defending their property from the rampaging "youthful immigrants".

From Gateway Pundit:

Faced by another night of terror at the hands of predominantly immigrant rioters, Swedes grown tired of the police’s inability to put an end to the unrest took to the streets Friday night to defend their neighborhoods.

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In the Stockholm suburb of Tumba the police decided to abandon their earlier non-intervention policy as a large group of police officers rounded up and dispersed a group of vigilantes trying to fend off rioters.

The decision to round up vigilantes while, according to Stockholm Chief of Police Mats Löfving, ”doing as little as possible” to stop rioters, met with a wave of protests in various social media and on the Internet.

That's anarcho-tyranny for you all right, European-style.

Oh, and still not a word of it in either the Detroit Free Press nor the Detroit News websites in the world news section.

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