On March 1, 2016, the Australian Broadcast Corp. reported that a ’60 Minutes’ crew from Australian was attacked while interviewing migrants in Sweden:

Masked men attack 60 Minutes crew in Sweden

Veteran reporter Liz Hayes and a small Australian crew were travelling through the Rinkeby district of Västerort, Stockholm, one of the poorer neighbourhoods in which 89.1 per cent are first or second generation migrants, when a group of unnamed assailants turned on the television crew.

Channel Nine last night confirmed early reports out of Stockholm that the group was confronted by a group of locals, some reportedly masked, who had objections to 60 Minutes filming in the region.

“Liz Hayes and a 60 Minutes crew are currently on assignment in Europe where they are reporting a story about the migrant crisis,” a Nine spokesman said.

“In a suburb of Stockholm yesterday (Monday) they were confronted by a group who objected to them filming. There was a series of scuffles and the police were called.”

Nine confirmed an unnamed 60 Minutes cameraman and producer were “slightly” injured and said that filming on the story continued “with police at the scene”.

“The crew have now returned to their hotel and are all fine,” the Nine spokesman said. “Filming on the story continues tomorrow.”

The Australian crew was filming for the Australian Channel 9’s show, not the CBS News show of the same name.

The video was just released a couple of days ago. It shows the program and the attack (starting at the 3:00 mark).

(The full 15 minute segement is here)

The Rebel Media in Canada writes that the 60 Minutes coverage was a whitewash, blaming the problem on a high crime area:

The reportage is stunning: A pure whitewash of the culprits.

Ironically, the crew that was attacked had gone there to create pro-migrant propaganda.

None of this is new in Sweden. As always, in Sweden first they came for the Jews:

We previously reported on how “Walking While Jewish” was dangerous because of Muslim immigrants:

[The original article in Swedish is here (translation by Elder of Ziyon)]

Our mission was to spend a week in Sweden’s third largest city, dressed with Jewish symbols. On his head reporter Petter Ljunggren wore a kipah. Around his and his colleague True Klinghoffers necks were hanging Stars of David.

The reporters are usually treated kindly, but every now and then, a look, a comment or a solicitation to leave the area. The worst comes on the outskirts of the city, and in some places the reporters have been warned to stay away. In Lindängen center they are called “fucking Jew swine” from a person. Another man stops – almost shocked – when he sees the reporters with a kipah and Star of David.



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