Martial arts classes across Sweden have had a substantial increase in memberships, as newly arrived asylum seekers are offered to learn the deadly skills for free.
Karlstad Karate Club has got several new members - in the form of newly arrived Muslim asylum seekers, who may have traumatic experiences in the baggage, and psychological issues, and with karate skills turned into regular unvetted killing machines.
Since Christmas, a large number of newly arrived asylum seekers have been training karate with the club, according to Värmland Folkblad.
- There is a potential for 50-60 new members, says club president, Lennart Larsson.
Last year, Sweden was swamped by hordes of asylum seekers, both refugees and illegal economic migrants who just want to live the life on Swedish tax money, but also supporters of Islamic terrorist groups like IS, Taliban and al-Qaeda, etc. At the end of November, a large number of asylum seekers came to the former hotel Våxnäs, which has room for 160 people.
The efforts to "integrate" the asylum seekers into the community is lead by, among others, the newly started "Together Association" which in turn is led by Azim "Reza" Noadjnas and Hercules Peyton. The association offers asylum seekers sporting activities - including martial arts, and Karlstad Karate Club said yes instantly when asked if they could train asylum seekers into deadly killing machines.
Across the country newly arrived asylum seekers and so-called unaccompanied refugee children (usually grown men) are offered to train with clubs engaged in martial arts - for free.
The Swedish Sporting Association writes on its website:
Botkyrka Boxing is at the moment preparing to conduct a special training group for newly arrived young people several times per week.
IK Södra - Conducts youth judo classes for newly arrived and their families in Söderort.
YMCA JKS Bredäng - Basketball (Stockholm) - An club focusing on inclusion. Here is organized activities such as basketball, martial arts, gymnastics, bowling... for newly arrived people and for children and young people who have some form of diagnosis of functional variation.
Two days a week Stenhagens fellow's club organizes boxing training for unaccompanied refugee children. A dozen newcomers are participating in the training sessions. One of those is Mortesa Muhammedi who came to Sweden from Afghanistan two months ago.
Since the end of October, Fighter Muay Thai boxing has trained unaccompanied refugee children at the Fighter Centre, with success.
At Tensta boxing club, you will be coached by a Swedish champion and World Championship medalists, and it is guaranteed to be sweaty.
In Tensta there are hardly any Swedes left at all.
Do you think it's a great idea to train asylum seekers into Van Damme clones for free - for the sake of integration - or should the 'seeking' part of the sentence tell the Swedes that these people have not yet been properly vetted and checked out?
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