Currently 2000 immigrants from the Third World are seeking asylum in Sweden - every week.
Last week 1996 immigrants were seeking asylum in Sweden, says the Swedish Migration Board in recent statistics, also published on Twitter.
More than a third of asylum seekers come from Syria, but it also continues to pour in immigrants from mainly Muslim countries such as Afghanistan and Somalia.
In total there are now nearly 50,000 asylum seekers living in the Migration Board's various accommodation and rented housing.
- In total in our accommodations, resort accommodations as it is called, there are right now 48,000, says the Swedish Migration Board's spokesperson Sophia Öhvall Lindberg, to Fria Tider.
So you have 48,000 asylum seekers in your accommodations?
- Yes, exactly, living in our accommodations.
Among them, 28,000 asylum seekers who live in apartments which the Migration Board rents - apartments that the authorities have taken from the regular already strained housing market in Sweden.
- There are apartments that the Migration Board rents, explains Öhvall Lindberg.
In addition to the 48,000 asylum seekers comes the so-called "unaccompanied children", which in practice are illegal immigrant men, mainly from Afghanistan, Africa and the Middle East, who lack identity papers and claiming to be under 18 years old. Most are not.
- The unaccompanied children which municipalities are responsible for, were barely 500 last week, says Öhvall Lindberg.
So, 2,500 last week in total… as every week, and it could increase as there is no limit on immigration to Sweden.
Currently it adds up to 130,000 a year, and that is before family reunions which could easily be 130,000 x 6 = 780,000, to a country of 9 million.
Yet, some people still doubt that Sweden is heading for a status as a Third World Country. It is in fact very simple. Mass import people from Third World Countries, and you are doomed to end up as one. Plain and simple logic.
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