Saturday, June 30, 2018

another 13 months of torture

So, with much publicity, the new law affecting 9000 young 'asylum seekers' (most of whom qualify under all the conventions agreed by Sweden since 1951) comes into force on the 1st July 2018.

As with the 'new law to solve the problem' in June 2017, this one is also simply a temporary plaster
over a self inflicted political wound.Remember, Sweden's 2 Prime Ministers invited these young people to come to Sweden with promises that they would be welcome!

This law does not give amnesty or permanent residency to all those who have been subjected to over 2 years of psychological and emotional torture by a system that is afraid even to keep full verbatim court records of what happens in Migration Courts - and the accusations and opinions that are used within those courts, even though they lack any truth or any evidence.

This new law gives a 13 month extension of torture and insecurity, after which the asylum seeker may apply further....as long as the Migration Agency has decided that it is politically inconvenient to practice refoulement (since Afghanistan is not regarded by most as a 'safe place'...as it is by the Swedish Migration Agency). After the 13 month period, the Migration Agency will decide if the permission can be extended.

Based on the evidences in my possession about the incorrect/incompetent  and/or deceitful behaviour of the Migration Agency in the past 2.5 years, I would not have them decide for me what breakfast cereal is best !!! (they cannot even measure someone's height correctly...making a 15 year old 10cms higher than he actually was...and 2 years later is still not as high as he was measured).

In other words, this new law has nothing to do with asylum seekers....and everything to do with postponing any REAL DECISION until after the national elections in September.

source of data on the new 1st July law: 
https://skl.se/5.1c536e4b1644a9f5be656f7.html?utm_source=notifiering&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=press


Friday, June 29, 2018

The actual score in Europe


and when you look at the perversion of legal system here in Sweden, you can understand why this figure is so disgraceful.
check out some examples here:http://sweden-asylum-problem.com/tc/

Thursday, June 14, 2018

civilised law - European Court of Human Rights

A lesson in law for Sweden and about it's (so far ignored) obligations under EU law, from the European Court of Human Rights


case ref: http://www.asylumlawdatabase.eu/en/case-law/france-%E2%80%93-lyon-administrative-tribunal-3-april-2017-no-1702564#content

even lambs are not silent

when a ‘legal decision’ is not evidence based it has lost it’s authority. 

Sweden needs to correct this failure in it’s 'justice’ system. 


Friday, June 08, 2018

What are you afraid of, Sweden...the truth ????

perhaps there are things happening in these courts that cast a very poor light on the so-called 'Justice System' in what was previously considered a modern western democracy.

Sunday, May 27, 2018

the real twist on that 'care and support' spin !

According to the statistics issued by the Swedish Migration Agency, it appears the 'flood' of refugees has been controlled...to such a level that 2017 was the lowest 'input' for 12 years.

Who would ever have believed that by listening to M and SD talking...or even S   - trying to get votes for the next election ?

In other words, this whole 'refugee ' thing - which surged in 2014 + 2015 as a result of 2 Prime Ministers inviting refugees here - is now being used to divert people's attention and/or blame the shortcomings of other policies upon immigrants.

Worth reminding ourselves that a lot of our TAX money from Foreign Aid budgets was withdrawn to be spent 'at home in Sweden' to enrich our society,kommunes, businesses,schools, swedish jobs....under the excuse of providing 'care and support' for immigrants.

I say 'excuse' because as soon as the economic effects within the country have produced good GDP figures and lowered Swedish unemployment...Sweden cannot wait to throw young people out, even back to internationally recognised war zones in breach of Swedish promises about refoulement since 1951.

So, can someone please tell me (you'll find an email address shown below on this blog) is there so much difference between this behaviour and the slave trade ?  Both torture and abuse, both deprive a person of their human rights (like the right to a fair trial), both demonstrate a level of cynicism and depravity (how can you possibly call Afghanistan 'safe' ?.... that's depraved!) and both place a stain upon a society that remains for decades.





posted with the kind permission of Maria Robsahm












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