An online “hacktivist” appeared to have altered the Google display result for Interpol’s list of Sweden’s most wanted criminals to read “SIX pages of Muslims” Tuesday afternoon.
LifeZette discovered the online vandalism while researching Sweden’s problems with mass migration following the Islamic terror attack in Stockholm on Friday. The search was replicated on other search engines and it appears that the altered display title appears only on Google.
Currently, the list of Sweden’s most wanted on the Interpol website is only two pages long, suggesting that the change might have been made some time ago. Indeed, last year, a post appeared on Reddit that referred to “Sweden’s most-wanted list. SIX pages of Muslims. Non-Muslims = maybe 4-5 total,” and employed the same full capitalization of the word “six.”
The roots of the “hacker’s” point are not hard to ascertain. Of the fifteen men currently on the list, fourteen are immigrants or children of immigrants.
At least eight of those immigrant criminals — more than half — are Muslims. An additional two are from Montenegro, a country with a significant Muslim population, suggesting that up to two thirds of Sweden’s most wanted could be Muslim migrants.
“Sweden will never go back to the [mass migration] we had in autumn 2015, never,” Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven reportedly said following the recent terror attack in Stockholm. But as the men on Sweden’s most wanted list suggest — some of whose crimes date back to 2010 — Sweden’s struggle to assimilate mass migrations of Muslims predates the 2015 refugee crisis.
Sweden’s infamous no-go zones — such as Rinkeby, a place in which it was recently reported police are too afraid to travel, and Husby — did not spring up in the past two years alone.
Reports of mass sexual assaults committed by migrants at Swedish music festivals last summer made the headlines, but investigative reports following the Cologne sex attacks on New Year’s Eve revealed that Swedish authorities had covered up mass sex assaults of Swedish girls by Muslim migrants at the We Are Sthlm music festival for many years.
And while the Muslim migrant crisis brought a wave of sex attacks at public swimming pools in Germany, Swedish authorities had been grappling with crimes committed by non-westernized migrants at public pools for over a decade.
LifeZette contacted Interpol to see if the organization is aware of the online vandalism, but it did not respond by the time of publication.