In a longer interview with Sydsvenskan, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven makes (S), a series of strange statements, which is also symptomatic of his complete lack of understanding of what Sweden and the Swedes need.
Löfven claims that SD (the Sweden Democrats) says that "if only some people did not exist in this country, everything would work out." The immense costs of mass immigration, which is also constantly increasing - and with an increasingly large share taken from the aid budget to cope with this, does not seem to bother the Prime Minister much. It is, as usual, a "long-term profit"
- We must make this investment because that will be good in the long term. Immigration affects the welfare positively. We have a very small birth surplus in our country. If we have no immigration, our population will become like this, says Löfven, and with his hand draws up a flat line in the air.
Is there any limit on the mass immigration to Sweden?
- No, there is no limit. We will receive (immigrants) according to the conventions we are bound by. We have done it before. In the early 1990s, with many from the former Yugoslavia. Today, they are a natural part of Swedish society. They contribute a lot.
In addition, Löfven says that all municipalities should be required to share the burden, and he does not exclude a law to force them, as was previously done with the so-called "unaccompanied minors".
Regarding the EU summit recently, about migrants crossing the Mediterranean, from which Germany and little Sweden has the greatest burden, Löfven claims that he is not naive and he hopes that more European countries will take a larger part of the responsibility.
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