A tax-financed luxury living with free housing, sky high welfare benefits and their own "blonde beauty" as a girlfriend. These are some of the promises that immigrants from the Arab world currently are receiving to make a pilgrimage to Sweden, according to a investigative report in Dala-Demokraten.
Right now, over a thousand immigrants a day, most of whom are men, are seeking asylum in Sweden.
Many people have asked themselves why so many Arabs choose to go through Europe to get to the little country far up north, where the summer is autumn and the winter lasts until summer.
In its report, Dala-Demokraten states that most of the so-called refugees are already residing in Syria's neighboring countries, where there is no war, but takes to northern Europe for economic reasons.
Expectations of Sweden in particular are soaring, according to the newspaper. On the sites where smugglers go out with information, Sweden is singled out as the best country to go to: You get asylum quickly and you can soon get a family reunion.
On the sites, the migrants are also promised a tax-funded life of luxury. They are told that they must stay in luxury hotels until the government has found a free accommodation to them. Then they can sit back and let the Swedish taxpayers bear all their costs of living.
There is also sexual content in the advertisements, according to Dala-Demokraten. Among other things, the Arabs are promised their own free young willing blond Swedish girlfriend if they manage to illegally get all the way to the promised land in northern Europe (article picture).
"In reality one can say that the young Syrian men are lured to Sweden by the oldest trick in the book - money and girls. Pictures of blonde beauties are published, and that Swedish women require real men," writes Dala-Demokraten.
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