Returning home is absolutely essential to solving Sweden’s vast problems with violence, crime and regions lost to the country. The Swedish Democrats (SD) now announce that they want a broad repatriation program across Sweden. Thus, the SPD began the election campaign, an election campaign that can be very sloppy. How will other parties, not least the Social Democrats and the moderates, both major actors behind the disastrous mass migration to Sweden, react when faced with the consequences of their own policies? Are the parties able to reach other credible solutions?
In the morning I watched a shocking new documentary series, StateOfSweden. It’s in six episodes, with a total of 12 hours plus a separate introduction, I watched the first episode and moved on to the second.
It was more than enough to sit in awe, fearing the insane level of violence against Swedes, utter contempt for the elements of violence towards their victims and the police, as well as fearing consonant political denial by the major parties, including the Church of Sweden. Most of them are famous episodes referenced earlier on rights.no, but putting everything together and presenting them compactly with live images makes a deep impression.
Many have been photographed by the perpetrators themselves with their fancy cell phones, which leaves a true picture of the insanity that is going on. I’m left with the following understanding after seeing something: This can’t go well. Sweden is completely drained. The next generation will not have a chance to catch up with the imported extremist patriarchal culture of violence.
That’s exactly the conclusion, I don’t think it’s a very pessimistic interpretation at all.
S gets caught
Therefore, it is interesting to see that the SD party leaders, Jimmie Åkesson, are now clearly calling for repatriation, a topic that was Alternative for Sweden Alone in the previous election campaign. Okeson goes on to say: – For several decades, the Social Democrats (S) have painted brown one of the most important measures of an effective immigration policy, the repatriation.
Then the S fell into its grasp, because “now when it comes to Ukrainian women and children fleeing the war in our immediate area”, says Okeson, “the government has come back to life and wants to take action to get them to go home”.
Thus, coming home is room rent when it comes to women and children from a country in Europe, but when it comes to hundreds of thousands of Somalis, Afghans and Syrians, it is complete silence. These are also groups traveling quickly on vacation in their home country when the residence permit is valid.
There are amazing numbers that SD can put on the table:
These grim statistics are a reality despite economic booms and decades of massive integration efforts, Akeson stresses: “The social consequences, and the burden on everything from the judiciary and social services to schools and the retirement system, are well known.”
SD also believes that politicians are very creative when it comes to hiding disastrous statistics. The “creative words” tactic is used to “disguise their failure”: “Everything from ‘invention creation times’ or ‘payroll’ metric, which means practically nothing, to the everlasting promise that the next billion integration will solve everything a year later. .”
– Probably better if they come home
Akesson and his colleagues continue: “No assimilationist action in the world will solve the crisis,” and then point across the sound district to Denmark, where the Social Democratic government has traditional integration programs and a system for repatriation, “through the so-called repatriation law. This though The situation there is not close to that of Sweden.” A special reference is made to the resigned Minister of Immigration, Matthias Tesfaye, who is now the new Minister of Justice in the government of Matti Frederiksen. Tesfaye has repeatedly tightened the rules in the field of immigration as a responsible minister, he says, “and He recently expressed the following:
“Some immigrants have had benefits for a long time. They have never managed to become a part of the community. Perhaps it would be better for everyone to go back to their home country.”
Akesson writes that this “is not a miracle solution, but the mistakes of recent decades show that there must be an alternative – a solution for all who live in long-term exclusion.”
Sweden also has a return solution as of today, which is return support. Only a few people use the support system every year. The system is on the contrary so that grants can be “stacked on top of one another and permanently subsisted on remittances; No tax money for other people.” (And in Norway, this would be more profitable now under the Labor Party, since child benefit would be excluded from social security accounts, i.e. total social security would be higher.)
There is a call for broad programs involving both state and municipality to prevent people from subsisting fully on social benefits, and should either be “forced to join the community or encouraged to return”.
– Already in the 1980s, the Social Democrats said that most refugees dream of one day returning to their homeland. Åkesson continues as follows:
Perhaps this dream is larger and more vivid in those who end up in exclusion today, living in cramped conditions, and in areas controlled by gang criminals and the morality police. So it is not Ukrainian women and children that are at stake in the first place. There are large groups in the community who have a much greater need for help returning home and who should be given priority.
Will the return home work?
The log has a lot to do with it, but I personally think it’s rather naive. It’s just as hard for violent gang criminals to progress in their home countries as they do in Sweden, because the brutal culture of revenge strikes instantly. Profitable drug sales in Sweden, why give up such good money? Those who live comfortably on good social security without having to move a finger, and who can also travel freely on vacation to countries like Somalia, Syria and Afghanistan, why would they voluntarily give up their bowl of honey? In the countries concerned, the entire society is a moral police, so why today’s marginalized and oppressed girls and women in Sweden want to return to the culture of origin? In Sweden, they can at least hold out hope for a dignified and free life that is possible.
Also, one should not forget all those (an unknown number, but not a few) who already imagine that they have a divine mission in Europe: to fight for the long-term Islamic Caliphate. Why should these people with strong ideological motives suddenly abandon these ambitions and go home?
Another thought stimulus can be found in Denmark. Syrian families with one child will receive a total of 500,000 DKK if they return to Syria. As is known, the Syrians are a group with a short stay in Denmark (most of them arrived in 2015 and 2016). However, the few who disappeared would accept this very generous offer.
So he needs a much stronger lotion, I think. There is no temptation to any economic islands. You don’t shy away from the forced side – if you want to see results, it pays off. Then we talk about the negligible concept of deportation, an idea completely unimaginable to any party that is in the fold in Western Europe today. In other words, the situation must be worse than Sweden or France today.
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