More ISIS fighters from one Swedish town than entire USA


The Swedish town of Gothenburg is a hotbed for ISIS recruitment, according to terror experts at Swedish intelligence agency SÄPO and the Swedish military.


“The Swedish Center for Jihadists is Gothenburg,” says terrorism expert Magnus Ranstorp. In an interview in newspaper Svenska Dagbladet last fall, Ranstorp estimated there being some 50 out of the 150 “Swedish” ISIS warriors originating from the Gothenburg region. ‘Exclusion areas’ like Hammarkullen, Biskopsgården and Angered, featured in the infamous police report of areas where the gangs are taking over published last year, are not surprisingly topping the list for terrorism recruitment grounds.

And apparently, recruitment is picking up. Newspaper Aftonbladet recently published a follow-up interview with a returned ISIS fanatic that participated in the Syrian carnage and has since published recruitment videos specifically aimed at Swedish would-be Jihadists. In the interview, which is chilling to the bone from the sheer madness seeping out through the lines, the young man matter-of-factly estimates the number of fellow Gothenburg-warriors to now reach 150.

Gothenburg is a relatively small town of just over half a million inhabitants. That’s like Tucson, AZ or Nashville, TN.

For comparison, the Pentagon estimates about 100 Americans have participated as ISIS-fighters over the last three years, with “a handful” currently in combat under the black flag of terror.

Unfortunately, most ISIS-fighters are NOT killed in action. They get a crash course in the art of killing, handling explosives, raping with impunity, and generally imbue themselves with fanatical hate and complete disdain for democracy, freedom and everything else Western society rests upon. Skills and attitudes they bring back home.

When they return, they are not punished by Swedish authorities, nor are they stripped of their citizenship and deported. Instead, they get coddled with therapy and get fast-tracked to jobs ahead of native Swedes and law-abiding immigrants. It was recently revealed that the town of Örebro has had this as their policy since 2013 and has so far provided a dozen returnees with jobs.

Rarely has the term “Dragon Seed” felt as accurate as what Sweden is happily engaged in. Personally, I plan to be far away from here by the time harvest draws near.



Feminization Of Sports Inevitably Leads To A Cultural Dead End

Do you remember playing the “floor is lava” game as a kid? It is a simple challenge with simple rules—just don’t touch the floor. It could be played anywhere indoors and merely required several pieces of furniture with comfortable gaps in between. Those with siblings probably remember playing “don’t let the balloon touch the ground”, a poor man’s version of ping pong that didn’t require paddles, table, or ball.

As kids grow up, they become more self-aware and their motivation for playing games changes. It is no longer enough to simply conquer the environment and have fun. The goal is now to compete against others and win, earning recognition and respect from peers and adults in the process. This is when games move outdoors and arguably the point at which childhood ends and adulthood begins.


For young men who enter puberty and experience the surge of testosterone in their veins, it is essential that they have a publicly sanctioned way to channel their aggression in a constructive way. Besides, sports teach them the necessity of teamwork, cooperation, endurance, and the importance of self-sacrifice for the greater good. All of that and much more, without using a single word.

Ancient Greeks recognized and honored this tumultuous period in every boy’s life by founding Olympic Games, during which no wars were led and all death penalties were suspended. The Olympic Games continue to this day, but in name and form only. The substance and the entire reason for their existence has pretty much been destroyed by galloping SJW ideology which sought to include women, retarded people, trannies and other travesties at all costs. Currently, the regular Olympic Games are just an excuse for massive orgies between participants when the cameras aren’t rolling.


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False Rape-Accuser Who Carries Mattress Around Campus Suddenly Begs for Privacy

“Accused Columbia rapist fights back,” Jazz Shaw writes at Hot Air:

I assume that most of you recall Emma Sulkowicz, the Columbia University student who gained national fame for carrying around a mattress to symbolize her burden and struggle after she claimed to have been raped by a fellow student who was later cleared of the charges. Like many such cases, the fact that the accused rapist – Paul Nungesser – was not found to be guilty didn’t make it into the news very much. Having already lost his reputation in the media feeding frenzy, Paul had been laying low for a while. But apparently seeing his accuser turned into a nationally celebrated figure was a bit too much for him and he has released a wealth of information regarding the case to The Daily Beast.

The young woman told every media outlet that would listen that she was left stunned and shattered by the incident and thereafter suffered in silence because she was too ashamed to talk about it. But that silence apparently didn’t include Paul. In the days following the alleged “rape” incident, his “victim” was acting pretty much like anything but a victim. In fact, Paul had saved most of the social media interactions between the two and they paint a very different picture than the horrific one told by Sulkowicz.

Read the whole thing, which concludes with Jazz noting that the Daily Beast “seems to have done their due diligence and contacted Sulkowicz about the social media exchanges. She responded saying that she “confirmed that these records were authentic and not redacted in any way.” She also claimed that she would be sending them ‘annotations’ explaining the context but then decided not to do so.” Additionally, as New York magazine noted yesterday, Sulkowicz pouted that it’s like totally unfair of the Daily Beast to interview both sides of the story, and send someone like Cathy Young (who’s also a frequent contributor to libertarian-themed Reason magazine) who’s like not totally super-serial about radical feminism and stuff:

“Normally I don’t respond to people who use my rapist as collateral in order to make me talk to them,” she told Mic. Then, last Tuesday night, Young emailed again, this time saying she had about six pages of Facebook conversations between Sulkowicz and Nungesser and wanted to confirm their accuracy before publishing.

“It’s an awful feeling where this reporter is digging through my personal life. At this point I didn’t realize that she’s extremely anti-feminist and would do this in order to shame me,” Sulkowicz said, noting that she feels Young has “written other articles supporting the rapists and making survivors look unreliable.”

As Jim Treacher quips, “Why are reporters digging into my personal life? Can’t they see I’m carrying a MATTRESS?”

Heh. Actually, Sulkowicz’s whine seems very reminiscent of the young protestors last month who blocked a major Boston thoroughfare, disrupting traffic and potential endangering lives, and were then suddenly angry and screamed invasion of privacy when a reporter shows up at their doorstep:


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