A Finnish professor believes that Sweden, due to its insane immigration policy, presents a greater threat to its eastern neighbor than Russia does.
AF, who translated the following article from Fria Tider, includes this prefatory note:
The following article refers to an article in Hufvudstadsbladet (Swedish-language daily paper in Helsinki). There is no reason to worry about professor Lillrank. He will not resign, or even be seriously attacked. Finland is still fairly reasonable.
The translated article:
Finnish professor: Sweden is a bigger threat to Finland than Russia is
August 19, 2017
FOREIGN. Because of the enormous level of Muslim immigration to Sweden, Sweden may be a bigger threat to Finland than Russia is, professor Paul Lillrank, at the Institution of Production Economics at the Aalto University, writes in HBL.
Earlier he considered Putin and Russia the biggest security risk against Finland. Now professor Lillrank has changed his mind. Sweden is probably a bigger threat, he thinks.
The reason is Muslim immigration.
According to Lillrank, Sweden has proportionately accepted more migrants than any other OECD country. In addition, they are the worst at integrating them.
Paul Lillrank thinks that Sweden is transforming into a parallel society with an ethnic underclass. The labour market is not adapted to asylum immigrants with low level of education, something that Swedish politicians cannot grasp. Multiculturalism causes conflicts, and the politicians in Sweden have megalomania, he states. When the resources do not suffice to maintain the Swedish welfare state, those in power say they do not understand why.
Swedish counties are so bad at handling returning Islamic State terrorists that they choose to “love-bomb” them with funds and priority in the housing queue, the professor notes.
“There is a real risk that Sweden is being transformed into a failed state where Swedish law no longer applies and the police no longer control the situation. Democracy does not function when officials break migration laws and the police turn a blind eye to illegal immigrants. It is not unthinkable that Sweden will become a bigger security risk to Finland than Russia is,” Paul Lillrank writes in HBL.
According to Paul Lillrank, the Swedish elite claims to be a moral superpower, but in reality more and more seem like a collection of fools with the same “self-destructive madness” that Karl XII [reigned 1697 to 1718] presented during his final years as king of Sweden, he writes.
The Norse and Danes, who among other things have discussed border controls with Sweden, have already understood the serious threat from their neighbouring country. Paul Lillrank thinks that the Finns have to understand the same thing.
Lillrank wishes that it were possible to find something calming to read about Sweden, but it does not exist, he concludes.