- My father's mother-heart broke. Now it must be enough.
this is the sound of the bastant from the 63-year-old grandmother from Malmö, Mona, after that, only within one day jumped three bombs in Malmö at the end of last week.
This time came the bombings personally close to the whole Monas family life.
Her eight-year-old grandson Sebastian was namely, and slept in his bed in an apartment on the Almgården in Malmö, when one of the bombs jumped the night to Saturday. At three o'clock of the night woke Sebastian, according to Mona because of a hissing sound, which was quickly followed by a gigantic blast from the bomb. The window to the little boy's bedroom was also completely destroyed by the air pressure.
It writes several Swedish media, including Aftonbladet
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the entrance Hall by the staircase is completely destroyed by the bomb. (Photo: Private)
The violent experience shocked Mona Irene Schultz, who subsequently wrote a critical open letter to the Swedish government, as you can see below:
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This son, John lives with his wife Linda and their two children, Sebastian of eight years, and Ella in six years in the house that was hit by the bomb. Their apartment is located right behind the port, that was blown up in the air.
In the open letter to the Swedish government has Mona written the following:
'Someone had placed a bomb outside the gate to their trappeindgang. The entire hallway was blown out and the roof fell down. Several panes in the whole area was crushed. The outer door to my son's apartment were blown in. The wall in my grandchild's bedroom had a large crack. And there was broken glass in the whole apartment. I thank God that no one was physically hurt. The psychological damage, however, we cannot judge yet. They may come much later'.
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the Window for the eight-year-old Sebastian's room smashed because of the bomb. (Photo: Private)
Thus writes Mona on even the bomb-firing and turning then with a criticism to the Swedish government:
'That my family is intact is not, however, the government's profit. ...All of you, who sit in the Swedish government are responsible for these criminal gangs can ravage freely, without responding. You who sit with blinders for the eyes and playing with the lives of ordinary people! You who think that all of us are just so blind, that In itself is. When will open your eyes and realize that you have lost control? You have no clue how to solve the problems?'
'We are ordinary people. We know that Sweden is our dear native land is heading for the abyss, if not very quickly done. Today I am thinking and my family, whether it is still safe to live in Sweden. And my mother of 92 has expressed the same fear.'
Mona ends with to describe his grandchildren anxiety after threat:
'Sebastian is 8 and Ella fills 7 about two weeks. Until last night were all her thoughts preoccupied by the upcoming birthday party. Today she and her brother, two very scared Swedish children, whose lives have just ramlet together. Their grandmother cries of grief over that their trust and faith in the good now shaken in its foundations. And we ask the government of Sweden, if they can see any form of sense in that we as citizens must now feel how it is to be exposed to bombs and shells'.
'I am today, distraught, confused and deeply saddened'.
This open letter has become a viral hit. It has already gained 7,4 thousand likes and has been shared more than 14,000 times. And there is no doubt that it also has been read at the government offices in Stockholm.
To Aftonbladet tells Mona, in fact, that she is disappointed that no one has contacted the family and offered them counselling.
- It is crazy that you can't feel safe in his own bed. How has it been like this? How has this been allowed to go so far?
A glass door in the apartment was also destroyed by the explosion. (Photo: Private)
the Bomb did great damage in the house. (Photo: Private)