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The same (but worse?) goes for Sweden

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Submitted by A Swede (Sweden), Oct 24, 2002 at 16:32

Last year Sweden accepted about 43000 so called immigrants or refugees.
This year we will probably accept even more...

I belive a majority of these people have no intentions to integrate into the Swedish community nor adopt a "Swedish way of living".

Some suburbs of our major cities like Stockholm, Gothenburg & Malmö have been almost totally taken over by these immigrants, as Rosengård in Malmö.

In Rosengård there are almost no native Swedes left, no Swedish stores, companies and so on. Why? The immigrants don´t shop at the Swedish stores, they have their own stores selling hallal food and such, and have put the Swedish stores out of business.

Since there are no Swedes left they can live as they did in the country they came from, building their "own country" in a country.

And because we have a socialist government, they can live of the dole.

And without need to have a job to pay for their living, how are they going/wanting to be integrated into the Swedish community?

Of course this doesn´t apply to all immigrants, there are people who want to be a part of the Swedish community too, but not a majority of them.

The really sad thing is that in Sweden it´s not permitted to be against this trend; if you are, then you are classfied as a racist or even a Nazi. It´s not politically correct!

Our newspapers and televison never report from which country immigrant rapists or other criminals originate! Or publish crime figures for this group. Recently the government orderd a study of crimes involving foreginers, but the results were "classified"!

I´ve got a lot of immigrant friends who have integrated into the Swedish community and think just as i do.

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