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There are no jobs in Sweden

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Submitted by Swede (Sweden), Jan 28, 2010 at 03:43

If you thought swedes get the jobs you are wrong. The problem is that there is no jobs in sweden. And by the way, half of the students at the police academy just outside my window are immigrants. Since you obviously think swedes are the problem, i think we should stop bringing immigrants to our country. Sweden is a small country (and contrary to common belief, not very rich), we can't save the world.

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