No I don´t believe most of those in gangs are controlled and forced in to gangs, in fact..studies and interviews, police, social workers have researched why they enter the gangs, and it´s mostly their own choice.unless they are controlled in some way, people just don't do this.
they are just "sheep" running around, with no real aim, no guidance.
we can look at Russia. same thing. people with no real aim.
good, fair education is extremely important.
and as for "white" Scandinavians,
in the 80's people wanted change.
in 2022 people want fame or money.
it can't be like that
we see the result.
As for white scandinavians or not white, I really don´t care about skin color, eye color or hair color for anyone that comes here, what is evident is however that certain cultures and regions just have difficulties to adapt, and others not much of an issue, ucrainians for instance are considered by most swedes to be in a cultural proximity and is respected in another way than those coming from the middle east, that doesn´t state that I would think everyone from a certain region is the same, it isn´t that way, but still there is a tendency towards cultural differences being too strong, denying that and you are only supporting a delusion of "no rascism" and everyone is behaving well, as long as they are received the same way, that is not the truth, we are all different and in some cases a lot similar, but you do not want Drunk Swedes running loose at night in certain countries.
I recall myself working as an industrial worker in the 80´s, were I met a lot of Yoguslavian workers, they were hard working, same with some polish workers, their culture and religion (generally) was/is however quite similar to ours, so they adapted quite well.
It also helps if you are like 1.95 in length, and a bit egoistic and with a talent for martial art kicks on a leather piece, that is helpful when you try to fight your way from powerty in the special areas in Malmö/rosengard, if You can stop doing criminal activities, in Zlatans biography, he mentions that he was a talented thief, stealing bikes because his father couldn´t afford one, and you can take the boy out of the ghetto, but not the ghetto out of the boy.
Zlatans motivation and desires was to be something else than a criminal though, and it turned out quite well ..thank´s to his intelligence to recognize that such paths of stealing would not be a good path, but take his mental attitude and physics in to the sports could elevate him to another status for himself, and within others eyes.
Though I understand his motives for being a bit egoistic and not being like everybody else, to aid for him to become special, but I don´t like his attitude, I prefer the Peter Forsberg attitude, who became very special despite himself having a completely different attitude, the team first, I don´t care about me really, he used to turn his team skirt with his name not visible in the locker room before a game, because the focus was on the team, not himself, of course...Peter was growing up in a different environment they weren´t poor like Zlatan, so different lifes and challenges.
We should have a backup of our lifes, restore previous version of life, just switch the letters file around to life.