Sverige dog

Multikultur, Sverigetanic — Drokles on June 1, 2007 at 3:16 pm

Fra Politiken

 I alt 95.750 personer indvandrede til Sverige sidste år, hvilket er markant mere end det tidligere rekordår 1994, hvor især krigen i det tidligere Jugoslavien fik 83.600 mennesker til at slå sig ned i landet.

 Den vigtigste årsag til den store indvandring sidste år er ifølge Sveriges Statistiske Centralbureu (SCB) en ny asyllov, som trådte i kraft november 2005 og frem til april 2006.

Ak, ak, ak. I 1658 gik svenskerne over isen og hærgede landet og i den optik kan man bare grine af arvefjenderne. Men på sigt kan man frygte at når bægeret i Sverige er fuldt, at det så spilder over på vores side af sundet.

2 Kommentarer »

  1. ja, ellers ville det vist kun have været 65.000.

    25 Irakere ventes i år alene. Come what may…………

    Comment by steen — June 1, 2007 @ 5:39 pm
  2. Her lidt fra England, hvor de hundredetusinder af østeuropæiske immigranter ikke har tænkt sig at rejse hjem igen, som man ellers blev foregøglet af Blairregeringen og den del af erhvervslivet der havde brug for nogle løntrykkere.

    Og dem der tror at disse mennesker er meget mindre problematiske end ‘the usual suspects’, skulle læse hvad briterne kan fortælle om det..

    Sjovt nok er der grænser for alt muligt selv for antallet af asylsøgere, men industriens behov for rigelig og helst billig arbejdskraft skal åbenbart tilfredsstilles uden nogen som helst form for diskussion og uanset de sikre konsekvenser et 10 års barn vil kunne forudsige.

    European migrants plan on staying

    30th May 2007

    News article filed by BNP news team>/a>

    A large number of migrants from eastern Europe have no intention of leaving Britain, even though they originally came over for “temporary” work.

    The hundreds of thousands who plan to stay here will increase pressure on housing and other services, and makes a mockery of Blair’s claim that they would only be here temporarily.

    In 2004, 25% of migrant workers said they intended to settle in the UK permanently, compared to only 6% who intended to settle here when they first arrived.

    Migrants interviewed for the survey said: “I hope to squeeze as much as possible out of this country and then dump it like an unloved mistress” (a Polish migrant); “we will earn a decent pension” (a Lithuanian migrant).

    Blair’s government is in favour of migration into the UK. But people should stop and ask themselves this - who did the businesses who claim that they would not survive without migrant workers employ before the migrant workers came here?

    If these businesses had been devoid of staff before the migrants arrived then they would not have survived.

    Many British people are unable to find work because of the trend for employing migrant workers, and this situation is only going to get worse.

    News article filed by BNP news team>/a>

    Comment by Balder — June 1, 2007 @ 7:41 pm

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