“Im gonna fuck you on Thursday”, Ali explained to the welfare case worker

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This is a true story, but it sounds like some kind of comic book.

It all started in the Haga gymnasium of Borlänge. Ali, who is 21 years old and arrived in Sweden as a “unaccompanied refugee child”, went to the school and told the principal he wanted to start there. But the principal, Tommy, explained to Ali that he’s too old for gymnasium. A gymnasium is a secondary school focused on preparing students to enter a university for advanced academic study and normally the students are 16, 17 and 18. What Ali needed to enroll in was komvux, a special school for adults looking to repair their grades.

This process repeated itself several times over. On numerous occasions the young man showed up to the school, forcing the principal to explain time and time again (once with the assistance of a counselor) that Ali was simply too old to attend a school with 16-year olds. And as a result of that, Ali finally decided to violently punch the principal in the back of the neck. As soon as Tommy had turned his back, Ali was reminded of the quintessential saying by the Roman poet Horatius: “Seize the day” – KAPOW!

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A few days later Ali shows up to the welfare office and demands more money. He says he gambled up the money he got. When they denied him money he decided to kick apart several of the workers cars.

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The next day he returned again with more demands. When he, yet again, was denied money he threatened to burn the place down and told a female social worker that he was going to “fuck her on Thursday”. On his way out he threw a trashcan through the window and also smashed the interior of the office.

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After that he went downtown, saw a city guide, grabbed the megaphone-equipment that was hanging around the guide’s neck and almost threw him down some stairs.

Yet another couple of days later he returned again. This time they had assigned security guards to protect the staff from this scoundrel. The guards recognized him and went to reject him, when Ali decided to punch one of them in the face. Then he smashed a window causing shards to fly, which cut the other guards hand. Ali then continued smashing office interior and threw a trashcan. Afterwards he molested 3 female employees who were taking a break outside of the building. One was slapped, another woman was kicked and the third woman was shoved.

It was first after all this that the police decided to do something. When they interrogated him, Ali let them know that the Swedish school system sucks, and he started boasting about how much better life is in Iran. Among other things he claimed that in Iran he was allowed to go to school how much he wanted, that the police treated him to food and that he’s being treated like an animal in Sweden. He also denied all the allegations and painted the image of himself as a victim.

Basically, this guy took on Sweden the same way you take on a new city in Grand Theft Auto. And it’s not even certain he’s gonna be spending so much as a year in prison, no less get deported.

But hey, that’s what happens when you build an entire justice system on the notion that everyone who behaves badly is a victim of their surroundings. This is an entirely separate case where a 19-year old stabbed two security guards. They were both injured severely, and the prosecutor had this to say:

“But at some point you have to ask yourself if it’s really necessary to keep a 19-year old locked up? This man has nearly no criminal record and doesn’t belong to the “dangerous guys”. In that case you need to compare the proportions and think of the trauma it entails for a 19-year old to be locked up when he should be going to school.”

Reminds me of that time a completely different prosecutor didn’t want to push to get a Somalian citizen deported, after the immigrant had raped a woman while she was dying from a drug overdose. The prosecutors reasoning was that he “doesn’t understand why a somalian woman would be worth any less than a swedish woman. If he’s deported he could commit crimes in his home country, and I don’t differentiate between people like that.”

Eventually the prosecutor did change his mind and managed to get through a deportation plea, but it’s only valid for 10 years. After that the necrophiliac rapist is welcome back to Sweden.

The same prosecutor also said it’s rare that criminal immigrants get deported from Sweden. I believe him. It doesn’t feel like justice happens very often in this country. A 23-year old immigrant once assaulted a senior-citizen couple and ended up killing the 78-year old woman of the couple. He punched her in the face so she fell to the ground, and she hurt her head so badly from the fall that she died two days later. The 23-year old got 1 year and 8 months in prison, and didn’t get deported.

Let’s get back to the bad boy rebel Ali who wants to rape his social worker. A witness account on the forum Flashback says that the principals of that particular gymnasium were completely passive when one of their students was bullied into changing schools. This is because the student was a Sweden Democrat, and apparently the principal didn’t want to take a stand for such a terrible filthy racist. Funny then, that his reward for antiracist altruism ended up becoming a taste of multiculturalism gone wild.

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Dehumanization – The comfortable way out

I saw a short news report by the name “Catching A Monster“. It was about Peter Scully, a man who made videos torturing and molesting children, and then selling the videos internationally through the deep web. I came across his name when lurking around the depraved section of the swedish forum Flashback.

Looking through what people had to say on YouTube there’s the type of comments anyone should expect when we’re talking about people who do terrible things: “They’re not human. They don’t deserve to be viewed as human.”

Well, first of all, why would you act like humanity is some kind of honorary medal? You’re acting as if human beings in general are awesome. They’re not. They’re morons.

Second of all, people saying that this dude is a monster and shouldn’t be viewed/treated as human are naive. This is a part of humanity, whether you like it or not. That man is a member of our species. So are Hitlers nazis, the Islamic State, the people who performed the Armenian genocide, Japan’s “rape of Nanking” in 1937, and so on, the list of atrocities committed by man through time is long.

By dehumanizing people who do horrible things you’re moving the problem away from mankind. Thus you’re removing man’s responsibility and that makes it real easy not to think about it deeper than the surface. It’s simple-minded to solely dismiss someone as evil, it’s much more challenging to understand how someone would be able to do something terrible and why people are what they are.

As soon as you choose to dehumanize someone you’re opening yourself up to becoming as disgusting as them, by saying: “Only they are capable of evil. Not me.” And history has many examples to offer proving you otherwise. Sure, you might not rape and murder kids, but that’s not the only horror that could come from you choosing to stop viewing certain people as people.