They can expect to see their culture flushed down the drain if they continue to import more and more refugees.
‘Our f***ing politicians should be shot,’ one out-spoken Swede told MailOnline this week.
‘What the f*** were they thinking opening our doors to everyone?’
The pedestrian bridge over the main road through Mölndal has become a meeting place for young refugees, residents claim.
One said: ‘The refugee children gather on the bridge at night. There are lights and it is warm do it us somewhere to go for them.
‘But people become worried when they see gangs of youths hanging around at night.’
Others gather outside the cut-price supermarket Netto in s housing estate a short walk from the station.
A playground and a basketball court are also popular meeting points.
Another resident said: ‘this used to be a good area. Now look at it.’
The murder of social worker Alexandra Mezher at a home for unaccompanied refugees this week has shone the spotlight on the country’s controversial open-door immigration policy.
The 22-year-old’s mother Chimene, who arrived in Sweden as a refugee, claims the country is no longer safe.
Heartbroken Mrs Mezher said: ‘We left Lebanon to escape the civil war, the violence and the danger. We came to Sweden where it was safe, to start a family. But it is not safe anymore.’
Her husband Bourous, 45, moved to Sweden from Beirut in 1989 and built up a pizza business. Mrs Mezher, who has three sons, said: ‘She was not just my daughter, she was my angel. She was a just and fair human being. There were so many who loved her. She was my daughter, my friend.’
She blamed Swedish politicians for a dramatic rise in immigration in Molndal – particularly of unaccompanied children.
Officers in Mölndal say they have had to ignore lesser offences such as drug-dealing because they are so overrun by migrant crime, with gang fights and violent assaults.
And in capital Stockholm police this week warned that the capital’s main train station was ‘overrun’ by gangs of Moroccan street children ‘stealing and groping girls’.
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