ejanuska wrote: ↑
12 Sep 2017
Just because the left isn't reporting on something doesn't make it a right-wing conspiracy.
The most dominant news publications over here are right wing.
I don't really see what has this story got to do with left / right wing. A fact is a fact whether you vote for the brown or the purple party.
There is a now known neurological correlation with political views, and it's basically that the right wing tend to be much more affected by fear in their political dispositions 
. Perhaps this is the cause of politicization of the subject.
Fear does interesting things (distortions) to perception and reasoning. It's interesting watching people lose their head, suggesting extreme responses to social problems such as locking up the parents of children who engage in gang violence or penalizing single parent households. That's not necessarily right-wing by the way, just some fear driven responses I've seen from people.
Fear is what drove that heckler to interrupt Jagmeet Singh
so blind sightedly. Her entire rational brain shut down and she just wanted to express her extreme emotions.
On the other hand there without a doubt has been exaggerations by far-right publications. Again, this isn't just a matter of left vs right. There are far-right and far-left publications that report inaccurately.
I personally have female friends in Sweden.
As for what is happening exactly in Sweden. I think it's easy to reduce the complexity of an entire country down to simple talking points in such a way that it is no longer possible to have an accurate discussion. Especially when the discussion, reasoning and phrasing is emotionally motivated.
For instance, "no go areas." I think it's fair to say the phrasing is one that conjurs up something quite distinctly different to what it is. As to why there is no reporting. There are 7 billion people on this planet. A lack of reporting is not always a "leftist" conspiracy either. Like the Rohingyas in Burma who are rarely discussed in the news, or the oppression of Palestinians in Gaza (practically an open air prison they have zero freedom to leave), or the Palestians who have been living in Jordanian concentration camps for over 50 years.
So no, there is little reporting on "no go areas," just as there is little reporting on so many other issues, particularly issues in other countries.