Immigration costs in Sweden amount to almost 29.7% of the public budget (2001).
The immigrants comprise the biggest expenditure within the public budget. Every municipality ought to give the information about the “price of immigration”.
Jansson estimates the immigration costs for the Swedish state to be $33 billion.
And refers to the fact that just $778 million has been shown in the Swedish public budget.
Write about how a criminal nomenklatura squanders, no, embezzles taxpayers’ money to keep the immigration and compassion industry running and so that its thousands and thousands of employees can keep their fat salaries and vote for the right party in 2010.
These new figures (SEK 231 billion = $33 billion) do not astound; we have heard about them before: SEK 215 billion, SEK 250 billion, SEK 315 billion. The Swedish state of idiots even borrow money abroad to be able to pay for the importation of all these asylants who never will get a job.
It is high time for a coup d’état!
Unfortunately, there is no military remaining for the coup!
It could have been started with some 1800 soldiers and a few determined colonels. However, the nomenklatura have gutted the military to avoid the possibility of any revolt or a true coup d’état that they otherwise might have had to fear.
In fact, there are a few men remaining in Sweden who are trained to be tough and to use violence, but they are in the police. And unfortunately their primary duties must necessarily consist of keeping order in places like Malmö.
In the space of little more than a generation, Rosengård, a neighborhood in the city of Malmö in South Sweden, has been transformed from an ethnic Swedish district into one made up almost entirely of Third World immigrants, mostly Muslims.
A video shown last year (in Swedish with Finnish subtitles) on the Finnish TV channel YLE describes the situation in Rosengård, and features interviews with its residents. Here’s a sample from it (thanks to Carpenter and KGS for translations of the Swedish and the Finnish, respectively):
Question: What is Rosengård like? Mohammed Said: A real wonderful place. Peaceful. Q: How long have you lived here? Said: Twenty-five years. Q: Has Rosengård changed? Said: Yes Q: How? Said: There used to be a lot of Swedes here. They have all left. There are only foreigners living here now, at least 99.9% Sara Haidu: I have lived here for six years and am doing well. I wouldn’t want to move away from here. Sometimes there are disturbances. Q: What kind of disturbances? Najia Ali: Boys on a rage. Q: Why? Ali: They only rage; I don’t know why. Q: Are you both afraid to go out in the evening? Ali: Yes. Said: The same with my family. Someone from my family must leave with me when I go out, so that nothing happens.
Large families and cramped housing are the norm in this city. Here there are more children and youth than elsewhere. Almost everyone has a foreign background.
Rosengård has become notorious for a kind of lawlessness that used to be unknown in the once-civilized culture of Sweden. Riots, rape, assault, murder, arson, theft, and general mayhem have become commonplace in the area, with the vast majority of the crimes committed by Muslim immigrants.
As noted in the Finnish video, the response of the Swedish natives has been simply to move away to more congenial neighborhoods, leaving Rosengård with an ever-increasing concentration of unemployed and violent young men.
Crime and disorder are now the norm. Here’s the latest report, from the July 15th edition of Sydsvenskan, as translated by Kepiblanc:
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Police fired warning shots after assault with knives
Some fifty policemen rushed to Rosengård following an alarm about several major violent episodes. A 20-year old man is now held under suspicion of attempting grave violence and violent riot. Several other are suspected of severe threats, or alternatively, incitement to riot.
It seemingly began as some trouble between various families. When the police patrols arrived the situation didn’t look critical, but emotions are in uproar, says sergeant Anders Telsing.
The riots began immediately after half past seven Sunday evening.
A 15-year old boy tried to grab a cell phone from another 15-year old boy. He refused to give the phone away — and was beaten up.
The two boys are neighbors in adjoining apartments on Ramels Road.
The victim went home to his father, who contacted the perpetrator’s parents and relatives. He was allegedly met with knives and at least one handgun.
The father fled the place, pursued by the neighbor and his relatives. “The father locked himself up in his apartment; they tried to get in. Someone mentions that they had a knife as well as a handgun and threatened him through the door’s peephole and the letterbox flap,” says Peter Lukic, police superintendent.
Someone sounded the alarm and around ten policemen arrived at the scene. Soon thereafter things calmed down.
About 45 minutes later the police intended to leave the area.
A little later a policeman activates the alarm function in his communications gear and calls for immediate backup.
Police superintendent Peter Lukic describes the situation until the alarm goes off:
“A lot of people start arriving from all sides. Bystanders talk about knives and handguns.
“A man with a knife breaks through the police line and runs toward the other family.
“I neutralize him, hold him to the ground and force him to let go of the knife at point blank.”
The man is being held, and right after one o’clock Sunday night he is arrested charged with suspicion of various severe threats.
“Then tempers heat up again. We’re obliged to get in the middle; more and more people arrive. We’re unsure about their armament. They start fighting in spite of us standing right among them.
“The situation is such that we can guarantee neither our own safety, nor that of others.”
He fires two rounds into the air and people spread out.
No person was hurt in the fight or the shooting. An ambulance was called, but it appears that a bleeding man had just suffered an epileptic seizure.
The witnesses who talked to Sydsvenskan give a similar description of the cause leading to the row and the events.
“Luckily the police were present. Otherwise blood would have been spilled”, says a witness.
Unfortunately, the day is coming when blood will be spilled. It’s inevitable.
We receive emails from Swedes over the age of fifty who say that their country is gone; that the Sweden they were born to no longer exists. They feel that is dangerous for them to speak the truth in their native land, so they send emails in a foreign language to strangers who live four thousand miles away.
It’s clear that the situation in Sweden cannot continue as it is indefinitely. Someday there will be too few armed policemen to contain the violence of Sweden’s invited guests. At some point there will not be enough money to pay for the upkeep of the unemployed immigrants and their enormous numbers of children. There will come a time when the Swedish government’s bond rating will drop so low that it will be unable even to borrow the money required to keep the country’s multicultural fantasies alive.
Do you remember that old anti-drug TV commercial from back in the ’60s?
What do you do when the music stops?
Where are you then? Where are you then?
When you’ve dropped four floors from the mountaintop,
Where are you then? Where are you then?
What do you see when your pupils contract,
When you’re out in the alley after your act,
And you’re not quite whole, and the straight world’s intact,
Where are you then, my friend?
Someday the whole façade must come crashing down. Then what?
Hat tip for the Sydsvenskan article: LN.