Seize Swedes' houses and give them to immigrants!

Seize Swedes' houses and give them to immigrants!
The municipality must begin to expropriate Swedes houses and condominiums and give them to immigrants, according to the social worker Anders Wilhelmsson in Halmstad.

It's not enough that the Swedes who live in rental units are thrown out of their homes to make way for immigrants, according Wilhelmsson, who is a social worker in the department for educational and social financial assistance.

In a letter to the municipal government, he writes that the municipality should go a step further and use the right to expropriate to seize primarily single-family homes and condominiums owned by Swedes. The homes, the municipality must then give to refugees, he says.

"The whole community should join in solidarity to give received refugees housing and integration." the letter said.

Anders Wilhelmsson says that something "radically" must be done if Halmstad municipality shall be able to provide homes for the 450 new refugees, plus their families, who is on their way to Sweden.

- Voluntary is best, but something radical is needed. It says in the Constitution that expropriation may take place if it is for the public good, and I think housing and integration for these people is more important than taking land to build roads, Wilhelmsson says to Hallandsposten.


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