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Islamists Infiltrate the Swedish Government

The library in Arvika surprised patrons by offering Arabic language courses. Many Swedes wondered if offering courses in Swedish to the Arabic-speaking immigrants would not be more productive. The library, however, does not offer any such service. The Immigration Service released a new report on April 8, entitled “Are You Married?”, which showed how its own case officers allow child ...

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Swedish Mother Opens Up Home To Refugee Who Promptly Assaults Her Daughter

A Swedish mother decided it would be a good idea to open up her home to a male refugee from Eritrea, and so she kicked her daughter out of her room to make space. That refugee then In the summer of 2015, a mother of three children in Sweden brought two third world asylum seekers into her home. To make ...

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The Fall of Sweden

MP3: http://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/3282/the… Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stefan-molyneu… In the midst of the European Migrant Crisis, Sweden has been said to be on the verge of economic collapse under the weight of mass Muslim immigration. Ingrid Carlqvist joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the state of Sweden, the impact of multiculturalism, Islam as a totalitarian political ideology, the massive increase of crime, the rise of ...

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The Failure of the Swedish Establishment

In Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, the children of illegal migrants receive income support payments from the government, and the unemployment rate among foreign-born men aged 18-24 years is at 41%. In Sweden, those who do not have jobs receive generous welfare payments from the local authorities, and families in the country illegally have their rent paid by the taxpayers. ...

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Turkish embassy try to muzzle Swedish media

Turkey’s embassy in Stockholm asked Sweden’s TV4 television network to pull a documentary on the mass killings of Assyrians by the Ottoman Empire because the film “will fail to serve the principle of objectivity.” Ahead of Sunday evening’s scheduled broadcast of a documentary titled “Seyfo 1915 – The Assyrian Genocide,”TV4 said it received an email from Turkish embassy press officer ...

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Swedish terror suspect: I want to be a martyr

A 20-year-old former teaching student accused of plotting to attack Sweden told a court on the last day of his trial that he wanted to be a martyr. Prosecutor Ewamari Häggkvist started the day at Attunda district court by asking the suspect if he aspired to martyrdom. “Yes. It’s the greatest thing one can achieve in Islam,” said the accused. ...

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Refugees must be taught the Swedish way of doing things

Sweden should be proud of the way it has dealt with the refugee crisis but the hard work has only just begun. The Local’s northern Sweden columnist, Paul Connolly, argues that Sweden must now teach newcomers how to be Swedes. Sweden has now more or less run out of resources with which to cope with more refugees, but for much ...

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Swexit? Support for EU plummets in Sweden

There’s been a big drop in the number of Swedes who say they back their home country being in the EU, according to a survey for pollsters TNS Sifo commissioned by Swedish public broadcaster SVT. Only 39 percent of Swedes think it’s a ‘good idea’ that Sweden is in the European Union, pollsters found, compared to 59 percent in autumn ...

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Swedish cabinet member compared Israel with Nazi-Germany

A political scandal is brewing in Sweden, posing a threat to the country’s Minister of Housing and its relations with Israel, after it was revealed that the Cabinet member, Memhet Kaplan, dined with leaders of extremist rightwing groups. And in a video, published by SvD, Mr Kaplan made comments that now have critics accusing him of antisemitism. The Swedish Green ...

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Sweden sees costs of migration crisis almost quadruple

The costs of the wave of asylum seekers arriving in Sweden due to the refugee crisis will be much greater than previously expected, forcing the government to earmark more money in the coming years. Sweden’s Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson on Wednesday (13 April) presented the centre-left government’s 2016 spring budget, which revealed that the Scandinavian country expects costs related to ...

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