Europe.inforwars.com and other local sources report that United Parcel Service (UPS) has suspended delivering packages to Rosengård, a neighborhood in the center of Malmö, Sweden’s third-largest city.
A photographer in Rosengård said he ordered an item that UPS did not deliver. When he contacted the company, they told him UPS could not deliver to his house, “because of the risk of [drivers] being subjected to robbery or other crimes.”
UPS Sweden confirmed that non-delivery is their current policy for that district. A spokesperson said, “Our drivers have been attacked and therefore we have decided not to hand out packages in Rosengård.”
Reportedly, Rosengård is one of the worst no-go zones in Sweden. The London Times reported this area is infamous for bombings, attacks on police, and teens armed with rifles roaming the streets.
According to nationalpost.com eight in ten residents of the Rosengård district were not born in Sweden. They also report residents of the community are 90 percent Muslim. Reporters, journalists, and pundits have been taken off the air for speaking or writing about this legitimate problem. European leaders, such as the mayor of Paris and British officials, have threatened news agencies, such as Fox News, with lawsuits because during interviews guests or hosts brought up the Muslim no-go zones issues.
Sweden’s postal service, PostNord, has also had to occasionally suspend Rosengård deliveries. And in 2017, Högs EL, an electrical services company, announced it would discontinue service to customers in Malmö. The company cited “violence and shootings” in the area as serious risks to their personnel.
Malmö, Sweden seems to be a “crime capital” with lots of empirical and anecdotal evidence to back up that assertion. Despite this, the Swedish government, as in many European capitals affected by mass immigration, seem to be resistant to allowing a free and open discussion of the facts surrounding the issue. It seems no-go zones don’t fit the left’s multi-cultural, peaceful, assimilating immigrant narratives. As always, I’d suggest before you visit Sweden, especially the larger cities, if you want to know the truth, talk to a Swedish cop.