Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars paid for Tim Pool to investigate Malmo, Sweden.
So far, Tim has produced 5 videos on the ground. Sweden had another grenade attack today in Lindängen near Malmo. Maybe Tim left too soon?
Note: Sweden is known for its grenade attacks. It is a local twist on refugee resettlement there. Also, if you haven’t already done so, subscribe to Tim Cast on YouTube.
Sweden. Canary. Coalmine. Tim Pool. Irrelevant.
I found this guy liberal as fuck and disliked his videos intensely. It feels like he’s just looking to prove that “nothing is happening” in Sweden.
give him a chance, you don’t want to live i an echo chamber. This is a good start I think, if Tim Pool can see that Sweden has a problem and the media lie then it will wake him up to other lies, and he has seen the problems if you look at all his videos from Sweden, his latest one was called “problems with Swedish media” where they labelled him a parachute journalist because like he said they loved him when he said he didn’t find any problem in Malmo, but soon as he mentioned problems he had elsewhere they attacked him.
Is this guy an honest liberal? Not much future for him in journalism, then.
Who is this guy? Most punchable libtard face?
He’s obviously a journalist working with PJW. I won’t comment on his work, except for the fact that it’s very little of it, but his face looks normal.
He’s never met PJW.
Why such an abundance of frag grenades in this location? The fuck is going on there?
its tribal gang violence between many albanians bosnians etc and they acquire weapons from the balkans from the balkan war in the 90s
“Tim Pool” – ??
He’s half-Korean. Probably a Korean name?
Pool is a Korean name? Sounds English.
Well, the p sound and the b sound are often mixed up in transliteration… so are vowels. it could be Pil, Peel, Phil, Bu, Pu, Poo, Boo, etc. Just like how the name Kim gets translated to Gim sometimes. I think certain people try to get snowflakey when they translate their names over.
There are a limited number of names that it could be (since there are only a couple hundred Korean surnames, but they all have many different transliterations that are possible for them.