Tuesday, August 15, 2017

the voice of the people….money talks

and this is the normal, big hearted Sweden I know and love…where the  people put their dig into their pockets.

I wonder what they feel about the way their tax money is spent in, for example, Migrationsverket?

(via thelocal.se)

se charity donations

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Charity begins at home???

billions Sek aid to AFGHse-economic boom-002

this increase in Sweden’s GDP continued in 2016 and still continues in 2017.

So, which is best…to spend taxpayer money in Afghanistan and have little or nothing to show for it (the country still continues in it’s downward spiral

of atrocities)….or spend the money caring for Afghan refugees here in Sweden, where such expenditure strengthens the Swedish economy?

Thursday, August 10, 2017

more pictures from ‘safe’ Afghanistan


click the pic to watch the video from Sky News

Asylum cost? 0.4% GROWTH in GDP in Sweden. (this is otherwise known as a benefit, not a cost).

and you really…I mean really…thought it was all about compassion and

charitable help to war oppressed peoples?  Did you? really?


imf-gdp rises asylum

and here’s the OECD stats on costs in Sweden…..remember, this is NOT paid TO asylum seekers, but to

Kommunes, businesses, Migration Agency employees, reduced unemployment for Swedes

now providing supposed support services.

So an 18 year old get Sek 61 per day for food and clothing…thats about sek 22000 a year…or roughly 19 % of

the annual cost after 2 years. the other 81% goes….???

oecd sweden

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

nasty echoes hear in Swedish forests

familiar header

clicking the above text will take you to a mini-website

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

the choice of Sweden

choose Sweden

(the sum stated above refers to unnacompanied children under 18....which seems to be the majority of Asylum seekers
See also the Swedish Radio article about this payment/support scenario: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=2054&artikel=6752586)

judicial alzheimers

surrender standards


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