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Sweden's conundrum with maintaining its traditional image on the world stage in terms of what is tolerable!

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Submitted by Robert Arthur Gillis (Canada), Sep 7, 2015 at 21:29

Sweden's Citizens reflect a high-minded approach in dealing with the current dilemma of inflexible Muslim immigrants, in terms of integration, assimilation and cooperative attitudes. It has taken a long time, but the adage that "experience" is the best and most proficient Teacher, is once again, proving to be the sage determinant! Unfortunately however, - the reality of the situation also exposes another and even 'more' daunting and revealing component to the problem! Reversing a situation in afterthought, is generally an impossibility, like uncracking an egg and restoring it!

A change of heart as a result of reflective reasoning, is no assurance of a solution free of complexities and consequences. What Swedes are facing, is equal to attempting to relocate an 'immovable' object with an irristible force!"

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