On New Year’s Eve a group of culture-enriching asylum seekers refused to get off a bus at Östersund in northern Sweden, in protest against the deficiencies of the place to which they had been driven. They objected vociferously to the bitter weather, and the fact that the center was far away from any urban amenities.
Our Swedish correspondent Alfred Fredriksson sends this report on the New Year’s asylum crisis in the far north of Sweden.
Östersund: Worse than War-Ravaged Syria
by Alfred Fredriksson
The Swedish multiculturalist establishment recently abolished parliamentary democracy when the Center-right Alliance abandoned their role as opposition parties in the December Agreement. The prime purpose of this agreement is to ensure that mass immigration can continue and that the patriotic party, the Sweden Democrats, won’t gain any influence on public policy. The mass immigration that they defend so fervently has soared to new heights 2014, with 81,000 asylum seekers and 42,000 relatives, mostly from Syria, Somalia, Eritrea, Iraq and the Palestinian territories. This is the highest rate of asylum seekers per capita in all of Europe by far.
While the report about the number of asylum seekers did not come until New Year’s Day, we were reminded of our multicultural future the day before. This New Year’s was celebrated explosively by some parts of the population. Gangs of immigrant youths terrorized the local population in immigrant-dominated areas by shooting fireworks at pedestrians and cars. In Växsjö, cars were set ablaze, and when police arrive they were forced to flee after being attacked by stones and fireworks. Similar events occurred in many cities such as Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Linköping.
The most interesting story, however, was the protest by a group of asylum seekers in the northern Swedish city of Östersund. They had arrived in Malmö and applied for asylum, which was of course granted, as Sweden grants asylum and permanent residency to all Syrians and Eritreans. They were then placed on a bus and taken to a residence near Östersund. When they arrived, thirty of the sixty so-called “refugees” refused to get off the bus and demanded to be taken back to Malmö. Here are some of the comments from people supposedly fleeing “war, death and persecution”, as the establishment usually puts it.
While pointing at the ice Isan Hydr said:
“I am 75 years old and come from the Middle East. So I get sent to a place that looks like this? It is dangerous for me to be here.
“It feels like a prison, in the middle of the woods. Sure, I could stay here for a few weeks or at most a couple of months. Now I am staying here nine months. I usually play music and write songs. I can’t do that here, I die inside of living here.”
“Either they get us out of here or give us better facilities, otherwise we will go on a hunger strike.”
The “refugees” claimed that they were lured to Grytan asylum home in Östersund and that they had been promised residency in Malmö.
Moaweyh Ramliy from Palestine said that he thought they were going on a short bus ride to an asylum home in Malmö and added:
“Instead they drove us for fifteen hours. We don’t want to be here. We want to go back to Malmö.”
Here are some pictures from their “demonstration” against the cruelty of the Swedes who provide them with food, shelter, clothes, money and smart phones.
The police claimed they did not have legal authority to expel the immigrants from the bus and they allowed these picky “refugees” to occupy it all of New Year’s Eve.
Police Chief Bengt Stadin commented on the situation:
“You have to proceed with caution. These are people who are seeking shelter, and to expel them from the bus would not be appropriate. We hope we can solve this with dialogue.”
The bus driver Ronny Andersson, whose bus was occupied and who was forced to spend New Year’s Eve in a hotel room in Östersund, wrote on his Facebook:
“So now I have gotten to sleep two hours. And now I am sitting here without my bus. Because the immigrants have taken it over and they don’t want to get off, even worse, one of them took my computer where I have my entire life. But I still wish everyone I know and don’t know a happy New Year’s.”
On New Year’s Day the Department of Immigration folded and gave the Syrians guarantees that they will granted other residency. This very telling video gives us a little insight into how the new Swedish nobility thinks and what they expect of us Swedes.
[A video of the asylum protesters was to be embedded here, but it has been removed from the service that hosted it, and is no longer available.]
Notice the smart phone in the man’s hand as his friend tells Swedish media how displeased they are.
Kent Ekeroth, Member of Parliament for the patriotic political party the Sweden Democrats commented the situation in Östersund:
“Their behavior is a fitting symbol for Swedish immigration policies, Swedish immigration and a naive PC establishment. It shows what Swedish immigration is all about today; tricking and exploiting Sweden for economic gain at the expense of the Swedish taxpayer.
“Rumors about the easily-fooled and naïve Sweden have gone so far that they feel they have a moral right to make demands. It is incredible.
“It is exactly as I have said many times; they do not flee to Sweden, they travel. Unfortunately, with the establishment’s naïve consent.”
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