One of the characteristics of Muslim immigration into the West is the propensity of the new arrivals to learn very quickly how to scam their host nation’s welfare system. In the more heavily enriched cities, particularly in Europe, the fleecing of the benefits agencies is quite systematic. New arrivals are quickly schooled by the old hands in the best techniques for extracting the greatest amount of money and services from welfare officials.
Sweden and Norway are particularly prone to immigrant scammers, since they have a long tradition of trust, great social homogeneity, and an absence of corruption. Their system is not designed to detect fraud as effectively as those in low-trust societies, so they are often defrauded by their immigrant beneficiaries.
This latest case from Sweden involves a man who scammed the state out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by fraudulently claiming his daughter was mentally ill. Interestingly enough, the convicted perpetrator was actually sentenced to four years in prison.
The article doesn’t mention the culturally enriched background of the scammer, but our Swedish correspondent Freedom Fighter has this to say:
What the article doesn’t tell us, but one can see in the TV report, is that this is once again a press cover-up in the name of Multiculturalism. For anyone who has seen or listened to this guy it is obvious what he is.
There is a group of immigrants who think that their religion gives them the right to cheat us non-believers. It’s the Mohammed factor again.
And here’s the story from The Local:
Prison for Dad Who Made Girl Fake Mental Illness
A 46-year-old father who forced his young daughter to pretend she had a mental illness in order to cash in on assistance benefits was sentenced to four years in prison by a court in western Sweden on Thursday.
The man was convicted of aggravated fraud and aggravated benefits crimes after having received around 2.4 million kronor ($343,000) in personal care and medical assistance benefits meant to reimburse him for taking caring for his supposedly ill daughter.
Between 2003 and 2010, the man provided false information to both the National Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan) and local authorities in Malmö about his daughter’s mental health resulting in weekly payouts of roughly 25,000 kronor.
The now 18-year-old girl has been held in isolation since the age of seven with the father claiming that she was infantile and unable to express herself in any other way than sounds and body language, leading to a diagnosis of autism and severe development disabilities.
But last autumn the girl ran away from home with her boyfriend and reported her father for unlawful threats, bringing his scam to the attention of the authorities.
She was then placed in a youth home, where the social services carried out an investigation which revealed that, contrary to all previous diagnoses, she had a high-level of mental functionality.
The father, who was arrested last summer, has continually denied committing any crime and still maintains his daughter is mentally ill.
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