Nacka municipality in Sweden bought three expensive apartments to the Syrian immigrant Ahmad Suliman (57) (pictured left), his three wives and 16 children. The same municipality has referred an elderly, ill Swedish man to sleep on the street (illustrative picture only).
After the Swedish Democrats (SD) in Nacka published the news about the Syrian, his three wives and their three apartments, the case has gained unusually widespread attention. People have reacted with shock and disbelief.
What is not as well known is the contrast between how a Swedish municipality treats an immigrant polygamist, compared to how it treats its own elderly and ill.
Secretly, Nacka Municipality, which is a municipality in Greater Stockholm, bought the three apartments to the Syrians for a total of SEK 13,950,000 ($1,75 million), SD Nacka revealed on its Facebook page.
Rumors went on this long before the Swedish Democrats locally found the evidence. The party compared information from the population register with documents from the municipal council, and concluded that the information was correct, which Nacka Municipality eventually admitted to.
The apartments the municipality bought to the three wives of the Syrian man is located on the same street in the area of Ljuskärrsberget and cost SEK 5.5, 3.3 and 5.2 million.
"The municipality is obliged to arrange housing for the people whom the State assign to us," says Mats Gerdau, Mayor of Nacka, to Nyheter Idag.
Swedish municipalities can no longer refuse to accept immigrants assigned to them by the state after a recent amendment.
It's bad enough that the Swedish authorities accept polygamy (which of course is illegal in Sweden), by buying three homes to a man's three wives. But financially, this is only a small part of the burden imposed upon the municipality by the State for receiving immigrants. During 2016 and 2017, the municipality has paid out SEK 300 million on housing purchases for newly arrived immigrants.
- To pay 14 million for a man to live as he did in his own country, with three wives, with separate homes for each wife, we think is wrong, said Mikael Strandman (SD) to TV 4, saying that the municipalities are helping to increase housing prices by buying up housing, which makes it more difficult for other citizens in the municipality.
While the municipalities do its best to bow to the new masters, the ethnic Swedish population suffers. Taxpayers have to finance the insanity, Swedish youths have to live with their parents longer than expected as they cannot afford to move away from home, and the municipality's old and sick are told that they are a too expensive burden.
"You can sleep outside." That was the message an old man from Nacka received when the municipality felt that his need of care was too big, Metro reports.
The man had lived in a so-called low-threshold housing in the municipality, but the staff there said that he has a too excessive need of care to stay. The man had acted confused and was sloppy with his medications.
It was enough to throw him on the street.
Obviously, Nacka municipality for some reason believed that another housing offer, with closer follow-up, would be too expensive.
It is to be said that the case with the old man is from 2014, but this happened in the same municipality which now willingly pays up 14 million Swedish kronor to satisfy the housing needs of a newly immigrated Syrian man with three wives and 16 children.
One has to pinch the arm and ask if it's a dream, a nightmare.
No, it's just Sweden.
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