Former (previous) Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt states that the ongoing asylum immigration (invasion) to Sweden is among the best that has happened to the country. He believes that it can be compared with having children: a long-term good investment. Others, however, are strongly critical of his policy, but Reinfeldt refuses to reply to the criticism.
It is in an interview with Expressen that Reinfeldt praises the asylum immigration and compares it with having children.
When asked whether it is reasonable for Sweden to receive so many immigrants, with an annual cost for the Migration Board of SEK 59 billion - ten billion more than the entire defense budget, he says it's like when a couple is thinking about having children, realizing what a good investment it is in the long run.
"Those who have a little broader view know that children grow up, they get jobs and contribute to society, and one day it turns out that they are helping you. Those who were first seen as a cost will be the best investment of your life," says Reinfeldt.
He points out that the massive asylum immigration in the end is a good deal, because all people will want to benefit to society, live a good life and thus help others to get better.
However, Fredrik Reinfeldt's immigration policy receives tough criticism by former Integration Minister Nyamko Sabuni, who said, among other things, that it was the fear of a growing Sweden Democrats Party that made other parties choose the "wrong path" regarding the so-called integration policy. However, this is a kind of criticism Reinfeldt refuses to respond to, and merely says that he has "respect" for Sabuni and others who want to discuss the consequences of his policy.
Reinfeldt has previously come with equally stupid statements:
Former Swedish PM: Sweden belongs to the immigrants - not the Swedes
Reinfeldt: Sweden will be safer with increased immigration
Reinfeldt: Stockholm to have 3 million inhabitants in 2030
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