No Memorial for Slain Swedish Asylum Worker for Fear of Upsetting Migrants

No Memorial for Slain Swedish Asylum Worker for Fear of Upsetting Migrants

There will be no memorial for Alexandra Mezher, the twenty-two year old Swedish woman, who was employed at an asylum center and was killed by a fifteen-year old migrant.  She was hurried to the nearby hospital after the stabbing, but perished from her wounds, as previously shared on Truth and Action.

The local government, in the town where this asylum center is located, refused to permit a memorial service for this young worker, because they fear it will upset the refugees.

There is no concern for the broken hearts of the victim’s friends and families and the healing that occurs through memorial services. By not allowing the service, they capitulate to the refugee culture out of fear.  The government is manipulated by the immigrant population, because of their erratic and hostile behavior, so they allow themselves to be bullied and bully their own citizens.

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