While Norway has started to revoke residence permits and deport migrants who should not be in the country, neighbouring Sweden again goes in the complete opposite direction.
Figures recently released by the Swedish Migration Board shows that so far this year, a staggering number of 94,094 people have been granted residence permit in Sweden. Therefore, the figure for 2016 as a whole will land well over 100,000 permits given. Once more a year of insane number of permits granted in the country that is in a desperate hurry to commit cultural and ethnic suicide.
Although the number of asylum applications fell slightly since 2015, Sweden is still up there on the European top of "good guys". After the invasion in 2015, it will, however, take a few years before Sweden will feel the effects of the chaos. Many are still in the asylum system and the cost of welfare and the need for apartments will increase drastically the coming years.
The number of granted residence permits have dramatically increased and is quite frankly frightening - from 38 percent in January to 71 per cent in July 2016. Nearly three out of four asylum seekers are granted asylum.
In a small country like Sweden, who can really conduct a good control and background checks of so many people, over 10,000 a month? It goes without saying that many of these people could be planning to harm Sweden.
The government is thus hazardous, thoughtless and irresponsible towards its own population.
As a commenter pointed out: The population of Sweden is 10 million. The population of the US is 330 million. If the US did it at the same level as Sweden, they would have to grant residence permit to 330,000 mainly Muslim immigrants a month in the US. That is 4 million migrants per year.
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