I like the verse where it says you have more of something if you share it, which is not only moronic but degrades the actual act of sharing itself
Well, this is one way to manufacture your own demise.
A total of 98,867 asylum seekers have been given permanent residency in Sweden since the height of the migrant crisis, out of 163,456 who applied for asylum that year.
During the height of the European migrant crisis in 2015, Sweden took in over 163,000 asylum seekers, the highest per capita in Europe and one of the highest total numbers, despite the country’s comparatively small population. Some 80,000 entered the country in two months before the government enacted border controls in November of that year.
According to a report from Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio, 60 per cent of the asylum seekers who arrived that year were granted permanent residency in Sweden, while the rest were granted temporary residency.
Don’t worry about the other 40%, it’s not like anyone’s doing anything to them.
They occasionally try to deport one or two for appearance’s sake, and even that rarely works out.
Because this is Sweden, and the only really illegal thing is common sense.
Family unification has been a major source of new migrants in the years since 2015, according to several annual migration reports released by the Swedish Migration board.
Between 2010 and 2020, Sweden granted 1.2 million residency permits, with around a quarter being granted for family reunification or 365,000 in total. Asylum permits over the same period amounted to 295,000, while work permits totalled 300,000.
The influx of new people to Sweden has been so dramatic in recent years — and heavily impacting a national population that was comparatively small to start with — over one in five of all people in the country is now born abroad, with 1.9 million residing in the country. 73 per cent of Sweden’s population growth is down to mass migration, and the country has the second-highest rate of growth in the EU.
They brought in the equivalent of over 15% of the already existing population within less than a decade.
Think about that for a minute.
A rise in family reunification permits has been met with criticism from some, including Anders Knape, the head of SKL, an organisation that represents Swedish municipalities and county councils.
“Much of the family migration will end up, at least initially, in places that already have a strained situation,” Knape said.
Many municipalities across the country have begun to face real financial difficulties after accepting many migrants, including Bengtsfors, which claimed the added costs could force the municipal government to declare bankruptcy without national government aid.
So, that bedtime story about how lots of immigrants making everyone rich didn’t turn out to be true after all?
I’m very shocked, to be honest.
I mean, I was told that it would happen by most of the world’s foremost Jews.
How could they get it so wrong?