Home » Tag Archives: influx

Tag Archives: influx

Sweden’s leaders abandon its people. Now, consequences.

Immigration is changing the West. For a look at our future, see Sweden. Its leaders have acted earlier and more decisively to reshape its society to a form better suiting their needs. Now its people have woken up and begun to react. Too late, of course. It is a revolt of the lab rats. When will our turn come? By ...

Read More »

Sweden Faces Historic Upset in Election

Viking rock music and whole pigs roasting on spits drew thousands of Swedes to a festival hosted by nationalists poised to deliver their country’s biggest political upheaval in a century. By – Amanda Billner  The Sweden Democrats have been led since 2005 by a clean-cut and bespectacled man, Jimmie Akesson. He’s gentrified a party that traces its roots back to the ...

Read More »

As Sweden On fire – Will Swedes finally wake up and deal with their immigration problem ?

Multiple Swedish localities were subjected to what appears to be coordinated arson attacks on Monday, as youths set fire to at least 100 cars in and around the city of Gothenburg, the city of Trollhättan further north, Falkenberg and in the capital city of Stockholm. By – Joseph Klein Prime Minister Stefan Lofven described the attacks as “very organized, almost like a military ...

Read More »

Sweden will remain Sweden but just in name

For some time now the Gefira Team has been keeping track of the demographic processes that are taking place in Europe, especially in its Western part.  By – Gefira.org Scroll 4video This time Gefira published a report on Sweden, a well-developed, typical Western state, member of the European Union. The report includes independent calculations, using dedicated demographic software Cerberus 2.0. The ...

Read More »

Swedish Woman Shows Power of Civil Disobedience as She Blocks a Deportation of Afghan Man’s

ELIN ERSSON, a Swedish college student, demonstrated this week how powerful a simple act of civil disobedience can be, when she refused to take her seat on a commercial flight unless a man being deported to Afghanistan via Turkey was removed from the plane first. By – Robert Mackey As documented in the remarkable video she streamed live to Facebook on Monday during ...

Read More »

How immigration is changing the Swedish welfare state

TENSIONS were running high when your correspondent visited Sweden at the height of Europe’s migrant crisis, in late 2015. Although most Swedes happily accepted the 163,000 asylum-seekers who arrived in their country that year, others were far less welcoming. By – economist In Malmo, a heavily immigrant city in the south, one cashier in a local shop was particularly angry. “They ...

Read More »

Angela Merkel: ‘No-Go’ Zones Exist in Germany

Angela Merkel has admitted the existence of ‘no-go areas’, where outsiders are afraid to enter, in Germany . By – Virginia Hale In an interview with RTL earlier this week, the acting Chancellor also conceded that the huge influx of third world migrants who arrived after her decision to throw open the border in 2015 has “raised multiple questions”. Merkel said she is ...

Read More »

Swedenstan braces for a “civil war” in no-go zones

Is Sweden preparing its citizens for a war with Russia…or is it really preparing citizens for what will be an inevitable clash with gangs located in the no-go zones around the country? By – Alex Christoforou  Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said that Sweden would do whatever it takes, including sending in the army, to end the wave of gang violence situated in the no-go zones ...

Read More »

Only four out of 2429 refugees in Dutch city of Rotterdam have full-time jobs. 95% is on welfare

On 24 November, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad (AD) published an article on the influx of asylum-seekers into the city of Rotterdam. In the past two years, the city has housed 2.429 asylum-seekers, 80 more than it was obligated to do by law. Next year, it will be allowed to house 80 people less. Of those 2.429, 95% lives on social benefits, representing ...

Read More »

Sipilä: Islam’s growing presence a challenge for Finland, Europe

Islam’s growing presence poses a challenge for both Finland and Europe, estimates Prime Minister Juha Sipilä Via: helsinkitimes.fi Sipilä commented on the issue while speaking to reporters at the Parliament House on Wednesday, underscoring that work remains to be done to both enhance the transparency of how religions are practised and improve the religious literacy of Finns. “If these things are ...

Read More »