We've all read about the escalating migrant violence in Sweden's "no-go" zones and many have posited that the so-called "multicultural invasion" can all be chalked up to religious beliefs.
In the interview below, a "jihadi" confirms that this is the reason for much of the violent behavior. He himself wants "what is best for" Sweden, and he believes that what is best is "Allah's rules," even if they fly in the face of Swedish values.
"I believe that Allah's rules should prevail over all other laws."
But that's not all. Watch the shocking video.
A source in Sweden confirms that this video is accurate but believes that the number of radicalized individuals is likely much higher than 300.
According to the video, Sweden recently changed its laws, making it legal for migrants to travel abroad with the intention of committing acts of terrorism. You read that correctly – legal. Then the migrants are allowed to return to Sweden.
Many countries are saying no to more migrants
Other countries in Europe are beginning to refuse entry to migrants from Islamic countries. In an article, Selco wrote of the difficulties in the Balkans where thousands of migrants are stranded.
There are numerous reports that an influx of migrants is overwhelming the already-fragile system in the Balkans. You may think this is not pertinent if you don't live in Europe. But just like the collapse of Venezuela, the Balkan War, and the collapse of Greece, there are patterns of behavior to which attention should be paid.
Some have gone so far as to call it a humanitarian crisis, and others have said the number of migrants is increasing rapidly. Although the official number is around 4000 migrants, it's estimated that the real number may be as many as 30-50,000.
I asked Selco to share with us what he has witnessed. Here's what Selco has to say.
What do you think?
Allowing radicalized individuals to return to Sweden after they commit acts of terror elsewhere is going to backfire. A person who becomes comfortable with violence generally has less and less difficulty committing more violence.