Sweden: Four in Five ‘Refugees’ Have Vacationed in the Country They Fled From. But Swedes Have Had Enough.

Sweden: Four in Five ‘Refugees’ Have Vacationed in the Country They Fled From. But Swedes Have Had Enough. By Paul Joseph Watson.

A new survey has found that almost four out of five refugees living in Sweden have vacationed in the countries that they originally fled from. …

“According to the survey, they do not wish, however, to return home permanently,” reports Remix News. “When asked whether they plan to permanently return to their country of birth in the future, just 2 percent say they do, while 16 percent say maybe — 81 percent of those who arrived in Sweden from non-European countries say they do not, primarily because they believe Sweden to be a better country to raise their children.”

The migrants are able to slip in and out of Sweden because there is no punishment for doing so, unlike in countries like Switzerland and Germany, where refugees who return to their home countries without permission face losing their asylum status. …

Self-styled “humanitarian superpower” is now the crime capital of Europe:

Over the last 20 years, Sweden has taken in more refugees per capita that any other western country, a process which has seen Sweden go from being one of the safest countries in Europe to the second most dangerous.

The unemployment rate for migrants is four times higher than native Swedes, with some migrant-heavy areas seeing jobless levels as high as 78 per cent.

More Swedes are now realizing what danger they are in:

The Swedes held an election on Sunday.  It was very close and vote counting and recounting went for a few days, but the result is now in:

Swedish right prepares for power as PM accepts election defeat. By Reuters.

The Moderates, Sweden Democrats, Christian Democrats and Liberals appear set to get 176 seats in the 349-seat parliament to the centre-left’s 173 seats …

The election marks a watershed in Swedish politics with the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats … on the threshold of gaining influence over government policy.

The success of the party, which took over from Kristersson’s Moderates as the country’s second biggest, has raised fears that Sweden’s tolerant and inclusive politics are a thing of the past.

However, their mantra that Sweden’s ills — particularly gang crime — are a result of decades of overgenerous immigration policies have hit home with many voters.

Despite the best propaganda from their betters that money can buy. Unsubverted democracy is so dangerous!