The more than 30 Syrians who immigrated illegally to Sweden to seek asylum and who occupied a bus outside Östersund now sharpens the tone against the Swedish taxpayers.
- We are Arabs. We can't stay where it is this kind of weather, one of them explains to Swedish Radio.
The immigrants are unhappy because they have been moved from an Arab-dominated area in Malmö to Grytans asylum centre outside Östersund. Therefore, they refused to get off a bus they occupied since a few days ago.
One of the immigrants described the accommodation as isolated, and far from the "service" which he expected to receive in Sweden. He says he demands to stay in "Stockholm or Malmö," and when the SR-reporter points out that she lives in Østersund, he answered:
- Yes, but we are Arabs. We can't stay where it is this kind of weather.
The Migration Board, which has long been on its knees after the Reinfeldt government decided to invest several billion extra to greatly increase immigration to Sweden, says it has no other places to offer.
More and more Swedes are now asking if they really feel sorry for the "refugees" as it is often claimed in the immigration debate, given that they do not seem happy with all the help they receive - immigration policy costs the Swedish taxpayer hundreds of billions each year.
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