Swedish Minister of Justice on increased violent crime due to migration: “It doesn’t matter to me”
During a recent parliamentary debate, in response to the mention of increased group rape and personal robbery as a result of his party’s immigration policy, Social Democrat Minister of Justice Morgan Johansson whispered, “to me, it doesn’t matter”.
The debate took place on the floor of the Swedish parliament on October 24 and saw Sweden Democrat Party Secretary Richard Jomshof and the Social Democrat Minister of Justice Morgan Johansson trade blows Nyheter Idag reports.
During the debate, Jomshof reads several newspaper headlines aloud which include: “112 children have been robbed in Gothenburg’, ’50 youths hold Växjö city hostage’,” Misst group rape in Stockholm ”.
“This is just a small selection that clearly shows what the policy that Morgan Johansson represents – and what it has led to,” Jomshof states. To which the Social Democrat Justice Minister replied under his breath, “for me it doesn’t matter”.
Johansson’s utterances can be heard at 17:08 in the video.
Morgan Johansson’s words are indicative of his utter disdain for working and middle-class Swedes who’ve been forced to deal with the real-world consequences of his party’s reckless policies.
In the same debate, Johansson likened the Sweden Democrat’s party platform on immigration to anti-Semite fascists in the 1930s who were trying to “stop the Jewish import”.
Resorting to such a smear is a clear indication that Johansson and his Social Democrat party have lost the debate. Recent polls futher support this notion.
In fact, a new survey carried out by the Swedish polling company Demoskop placed the Sweden Democrats as the most popular party in the country, ahead of the Social Democrats by a few percentage points.
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