Ukrainian Refugees Don’t Want to Go to Sweden Over Fears For Their Safety

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Some Ukrainian refugees are refusing to go to multicultural Sweden because they fear for their safety, according to a report by news outlet Nyheter Idag.

The report consisted of on the ground testimony from Jimmy Hemmingsson, a Swedish refugee worker who is currently in the Polish capital of Warsaw attempting to help Ukrainian refugees reach the Scandinavian country.

However, citing concerns about a rise in shootings in Sweden, as well as fears over social services taking their children away, many Ukrainian refugees are declining Hemmingsson’s offer.

“He revealed that he was currently having a hard time filling the buses destined for Stockholm,” reports ReMix News.

“There are a lot of rumors. People are vulnerable, they hear one thing, and then it becomes a reality,” Hemmingsson said.

“It’s easy for me to walk around and say that I’m a good old man named Jimmy and come from Sweden, but it gives no one confidence. An authority would do that,” he added.

As we previously reported, having been one of the safest countries in Europe 20 years ago before mass uncontrolled immigration, Sweden is now the continent’s second most dangerous in terms of gun crime behind only Croatia.

Last year, Germany’s Bild newspaper ran the headline: ‘Sweden is the most dangerous country in Europe.’

Shootings in Sweden hit a record high last year as authorities are increasingly unable to contain migrant gang crime. There were 46 homicides committed in 335 shootings across, with most of them occurring in the migrant hotspots of Malmö, Gothenburg, and Stockholm.

As we highlight in the video below, fears expressed by Ukrainian refugees are well founded.

Female refugees who were housed in a hostel in Örebro revealed how they were stalked, sexually harassed and intimidated by groups of Somali migrant men.

After the harrowing experience, some of those involved said they’d prefer to take their chances and return home to the war.

“When there are bombs, I know at least that I can go down to the basement and hide there,” one woman told Swedish news outlet Samnytt.

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