The Refugee Children of Sweden

Recently, the Swedish newspaper Gothenburg-Post wrote a sob story about a 16-year old unaccompanied refugee child who….. appears to be a full-grown man.

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Does that person look 16 to you?

What’s even worse is that Avpixlat, a site often labeled as racist, completely destroyed their report simply by going on the guys facebook and looking through pictures and info. They discovered that he registered on a dating site in 2008. If his age was true then he was looking for a fuckbuddy at the age of 8. But as you can see for yourself, his age is 24 on the site.

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Do I need to explain to you what a disaster it is that established journalists in the massmedia don’t even look through basic information before writing a sobby character portrait? The guy claims to be a refugee from Afghanistan and painted up this story of miserable experiences at the hands of human smugglers, while his Facebook account is full of pictures with him posing in RayBay-shades wearing a big wrist watch in Istanbul.

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Or why not this image of him suffering at the poolside in Southern Europe? No wonder he moved to Sweden, considering how terrible his circumstances were.

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His gallery gives the impression of tourism rather than war. In the article with GP he showed the journalists a map of his travel route: Afghanistan – Pakistan – Iran – Turkey – Greece – Makedonia – Serbia – Hungary – Austria – Germany – Denmark – Sweden. Several of these are safe countries yet they don’t ask him any questions about why he’s avoided seeking asylum in them.

When he came to Sweden it was winter and “all he owned was a mobile phone and the clothes he was wearing.” There’s no explanation to how he was able to lose his passport but not his iPhone. Like the majority of people granted asylum in Sweden he hasn’t been able to verify his identity.

Case workers at the Migration board have said that asylum seekers from Syria and Eritrea ger their application granted in nearly 100% of the cases, yet 72% of applicants from Eritrea lack passports and for Syria the number is 98%. They simply don’t know if the person is who they say they are, and they don’t really care either because the order from higher ups is basically to accept as many as possible in as short of a time span as possible.

When case workers at the Migration board turn on their workcomputer a message pops up to remind them of the boards vision: “We view migration as a positive force, something that contributes to making our country richer both financially and culturally.”

A former case worker at the Migration board wrote a debate article saying it’s far too easy for ISIS-terrorists to get into Sweden, because even if the workers get suspicious there’s no time to investigate. Cases are supposed to be handled in max 1.5 hours compared to the 2.5 hours a “normal” asylum application takes.

As a case worker you’re expected to hand in at least 3 finished decisions per week, the number of finished errands decide your individual pay grade and possibility for permanent employment. In other words, the work theme is “the more the merrier” and you are given the choice to either keep your job – or do a good job.

Does this man look like 16 to you?

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Does this guy look like 17 to you? Should he be in a school with other 17-year olds?

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The number of children seeking asylum in Sweden has exploded over the last ten years, presumably because children are granted asylum much quicker than adults and Swedish authorities don’t verify the age of these so called children. The Migration board is expecting 30’000 unaccompanied refugee children to arrive in Sweden 2015. In Denmark, they put 282 unaccompanied refugee children through age tests and found out that 203 of them were adults lying about their age.

In Norway, teeth x-rays revealed that 9 out of 10 unaccompanied refugee children are above the age of 18. Sometimes they are as much as 10 years older. Asha from Somalia said she was 19 when she was actually 30 and for her that’s entailed life-threatening issues. She has high blood pressure but is wrongly medicated due to her incorrect age. She is quoted in the article saying: “The doctor changes medication all the time but it doesn’t help, but I can’t say anything about my age.”

So put simply: This is fucked up for everyone involved. Immigrants lying about their age can be given the wrong medication which contributes to their death, if they say they’re younger than their actual age they’ll also have to work longer and retire later than what’s normal. It’s also bad for Swedish taxpayers who are financing these con artists, but the ones who get it absolute worst of all are actual refugee children who are starving to death in refugee camps that lack funds.

Some weeks ago the government came out and said that they were going to take 8.2 billion SEK from our humanitarian aid budget and put it on refugees who come to Sweden instead. And they declared this the day after UN came out and said they had to cancel food and water for 360’000 refugees near the conflict area due to lack of funds. Now, our prime minister is saying even more money is gonna have to be taken from the aid budget.

Tino Sanandaji is a kurdish national economist in Sweden and his response to this is as following: “The UN:s resources for 2.5 million Afghan refugees equals the cost of 300 unaccompanied refugee children for one year. Cutting down on healthcare and schooling for millions of poor in order to afford a few expensive refugees in Sweden isn’t “taking responsibility”, it’s blatant madness. It will only seem as reasonable to our government because they’re captured in mass psychosis. What Sweden is about to do is a misdeed of historical proportions, and those who have pushed this forward have many lives on their hands.”

He links to an article by Reuters which explains that because of the “migrant crisis” dominating headlines and demanding cash, the UNHCR in Pakistan has received only $33.6 million for 2015 out of its $136.7 million annual budget.

So if you support asylum immigration to Sweden, you’re also supporting the oppression of the poor and excluded in other countries. Basically, the world has officially gone full retard. In Sweden you’re considered racist if you don’t want to accept refugees because that means you don’t care about poor foreigners in need. But according to that line of logic you’re also racist if you want refugees in Sweden, because that means you don’t care about poor foreigners in need.

Clearly, everyone is racist.

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The Art of Expressing Yourself

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While this blogpost offers concrete advice for how to improve your expression skills, some people might need the philosophical insight required to actually have the balls to speak your mind. For that blog entry, click here. Otherwise, carry on.

In George Orwells novel 1984 which tells the tale of a police state society, the government hand out thinner and thinner dictionaries every year, because they want to control peoples thoughts by shrinking their vocabulary.

Having trouble formulating your thoughts is the point with political correctness, to create such a strong echo chamber consensus-culture that political dissidence becomes virtually impossible. Because eventually nobody can express themselves or even imagine what a different society would’ve looked like, since thoughts to a certain degree require words.

They try to push certain thoughts out of your head by labeling them “racist” so people won’t even want to think these thoughts, because who wants to be a racist? But this can be applied to all different kinds of taboos. Nowadays it’s “racist”, back in the day it used to be “heretic”.

Tip 1: Learn as many words as possible. Words give shape to thoughts. Elliot Hulse introduced me to this concept, which I hadn’t really reflected upon prior. Imagine what reality would look like if we didn’t have words? Imagine how communication with other human beings would be done?

Words are the most fundamental of all, and the more words you know the more you can give shape to what you’re thinking. So if you ever stumble across a word you don’t understand, google the definition and memorize it.

Also, feel free to reflect upon how many different ways there are to interpret one single word. For example: Equality. What does this mean?

It could mean the state of social existence where both sexes have equal opportunity, but aren’t equal in attributes. Or it could mean equal outcome, in which case we’re talking affirmative action so that every workplace has 50/50 men and women. Or it could mean that everyone should be just as good/bad at everything they do, so let’s hand out medals to both retards as well as brainacs in order to further the notion that nobody is better than anyone at anything. “We’re all equal!”

Reflecting upon the different ways to interpret words make you better at handling misunderstandings, and making yourself understood. When you sit and try to think of ways to misinterpret things you will realize how subjective reality is. If a word has a definition then there can be up to 5 different interpretations of that definition. So if you have a word, that word could mean 5 different things depending on who you’re talking to.

So you get a better understanding of what might be the wrong way to say something, and that makes you better at figuring out the right way to say something. And I don’t mean “right” in the sense of politically correct and unable to hurt anyone, but rather in terms of “best description”.

You also realize that it’s entirely possible to make anything sound logical, no matter how wrong or bizarre it is. Which is one reason I’ve never been able to buy radfem-theories about porn. Sure, you could see porn as “containing a message that humans are for sale”… Or you could realize that a perspective isn’t fact. But that’s a different topic.

Tip 2: Devote time to thinking. A lot of people don’t have time to reflect because they have jobs or are in school. Which might be the point of getting a job or going to school, but let’s not get conspiratory here.

On a near daily basis I take 1-2 hour long walks where I just ponder about all things possible, and that’s why Im pretty good at explaining my thoughts. Because I play around with them and spend a lot of time with them.

I constantly ponder, because I think it’s fun. It feels good to achieve insights and seeking understanding, exploring the mental plane is actually exciting. A human has the capacity to think all thoughts that have ever been thought and ever will be thought. That’s how huge the mental landscape is.

Every human should strive towards getting to know themselves, and reality, on the deepest level possible. Every corner of the mind should be explored no matter how dark it might be. A study in the journal Science showed that people would rather give themselves electric shocks than to be alone with their thoughts for just 15 minutes.

Being alone with your thoughts means facing yourself, and for some people that can be scary. Perhaps because they’re confronting the fact that nobody is perfect and that perfection is an illusion perpetrated by society in order to sell you meaningless shit. “Just buy this product and you’ll be closer to perfection than ever!”

People have always used the notion of imperfection to sell their own bullshit to others, whether we’re talking about the fashion industry, beauty products or religion: “You were born unclean and imperfect, just do like this and you’ll become good eventually.”

I do not have any shame in my body, because I do not believe in shame. I don’t see the point in feeling bad over thoughts and feelings. Shame is an obstacle for development. And whether they would admit it openly or not, every person has their sickness and imperfections.

It’s impossible not to make mistakes in life, and it is through mistakes that you find knowledge. Doing wrong leads you one step closer to understanding what is right. If I do wrong I simply make sure to learn from it. And if I keep doing wrong then perhaps I enjoy it, and shouldn’t view it as wrong to begin with?

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Tip 3: Write as often as you can about your reflections and ideas. Seeing your thoughts on paper does a lot. When you write you really have to think hard about what your opinion is and why. It’s a thought-stimulating process which also involves observation.

When you’ve written something down on paper you don’t need to keep it in your head anymore, now it’s on paper instead, and it’s like space is then freed in your head so you now have more mental resources to reflect around that thought and explore it out of different angles. Put simply, it allows more room for analyzation.

There’s so many occasions where I’ve discovered new thought-patterns by writing about my thoughts, because my mind is being stimulated in a particular way. Writing can provide insights that help you think more optimally. It is a tool to get to know yourself, because when you write about something you’re drawing out a clearer perception about your own perception.

And you shouldn’t feel any pressure. The purpose is not to show the text to someone so they can judge it, the purpose is only to explore for your own sake.

So allow yourself to ponder deeply on what you think and why. You’re not supposed to have answers right away, it can take a good while to figure out your own values. But remember to always question your own thoughts as much as you question others. If you notice that your opinions aren’t based on waterproof logic, then simply exchange them.

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Morality is like the meaning of life; It doesn’t exist in nature. It is created by man and a matter of personal perception, or personal taste if you will. If there weren’t a human species on the planet, there wouldn’t be a creature that could point at an event and say “That’s wrong!” or “That’s right!”

So, take this man-made construction and put it aside whenever you are reflecting upon things. Don’t be afraid of your own thoughts. Sometimes you have to cross the boundary in order to figure out where the boundary lies.

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Aristoteles said it’s the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a notion without accepting it. That means being able to ponder everything and understand just about anything, without personally agreeing with it. And it’s true. Understanding is not the same as acceptance. You can’t lose on understanding.

Understanding increases knowledge and perspective, and as your mind expands you will begin to see more possibilities. Suddenly anything could become stimulating simply because you can find an angle to make it stimulating. This increases quality of life.

Once you’ve really pondered why you think like you do, and you get it down in writing, some of the formulations will be stored in your mind. Some conclusions will sit like stone. And then it’ll be easier to explain your logic if you end up in a discussion with someone, instead of being speechless.

But also, keep in mind that you don’t know everything, and couldn’t possibly ever know everything. Every time you learn something new you realize that you don’t actually know much at all. You’ll always become surprised and mute by something the other person says in a discussion, because all individuals think in their own ways and you can’t predict other peoples thoughts.

If you ever find yourself in a discussion there’s no shame in saying: “Im speechless. You have provided a very different point of view, I’ve never heard that before, and I’d like to take some time to digest what you’ve said. I need to examine your notion from different angles to see how waterproof it is.”

That’s something you’re never going to hear in a political debate. Unfortunately in our shallow status-obsessed society every prick needs to come off as an expert in order to justify their existence as “credible godhead”. Even though it’s painfully obvious they have no idea what they’re talking about. Screw other peoples expectations and be humble instead, you’ll win more by doing that in the long run.

Anyway. One point with all my advice is that if you know what you’re talking about, then you’re more likely to express yourself in a discussion. And you won’t get to that level by automatic. You need to study, question and challenge yourself.

It’s also good to conversate with peers and see what they think of your thoughts, this can help you establish your own opinion in case something feels uncertain. And it’s also the case that the more you debate with others, the better you will become at it.

The Philosophy of Being Yourself

There’s people who say: “You can get away with saying certain things because you’re an immigrant.” Nonsense. There are individuals who sincerely believe that Im a nazi, and there have been for a long time even before I started making videos. I get called “racist” as easily as a white Swede, because I look and speak like a Swede and therefore I get treated like a Swede.

But even if you don’t look Swedish you can still be called racist. “Housenigger” or “Uncle Tom” is pretty common in Sweden if you’re an immigrant and only slightly to the right politically. Everybody catches shit when they speak their mind. The point is not to walk on eggshells your entire life and do your best to avoid ugly labels. The point is relating to other peoples words in a constructive manner.

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First of all, other peoples words will only have as much power as you are willing to give them. Second of all, you are limiting yourself if you value other people’s opinions. You have to realize that you can’t live your life after a desire for social acceptance. It is true that man is a social creature, and there’s nothing wrong with wanting good company – but you’re not going to end up in the best possible company if you spend your entire life hiding who you truly are.

I like freedom. I have always enjoyed freedom. Thus, I’ve noticed that if you try fitting in and being liked by others you’re living in a prison. You’re living with constant anxiousness wondering how you will be percieved, and you start molding your behavior according to what others think. You’re basically allowing yourself to become mindcontrolled.

You’re living according to other peoples needs, and not your own. You’re not expressing your own personality and you’re not living your own life. You’re being a copy of someone else and a shallow shell of your environment’s expectations. Honestly, you might as well just kill yourself at this point because you’re not a real human anyway. You’re a zombie by choice. You were given the gift of intelligence, but you chose to throw it away in order to lead the most comfortable non-conflict existence possible. And that’s sad. Life is conflict, so you need to learn to deal with conflict.

If you don’t want to be a sheep, then kill your need for validation. Stop looking outwards for affirmation and start looking inwards instead. Learn how to enjoy being alone and you’ll stop thinking that the most important thing in life is getting along with everyone. If you enjoy your own company you won’t be desperately addicted to the company of others, and not giving a shit about what they think will be far easier.

People think you lose something on being outspoken, when you actually gain access to things the sheep never will. At it’s core it’s about getting the most out of life, and in order to do this you first must realize that you are going to die. You don’t get an endless amount of second chances and you are not guaranteed a happy Disney-ending.

The Guardian published an interview with a nurse who worked with dying patients, and the thing people regretted the most on their deathbed was not having the courage to live life according to their own will. Many experienced that they had lived according to their environment’s expectations rather than how they themselves wanted. Thus, what they regretted is not exercising their own freedom.

Their life was never about making themselves happy, it was about making others happy by having the right opinions, buying the right things, having the right job and making the right life choices. And it’s first when they turn 90 and realize that death is actually a very real thing that they understand how stupid it is not to live life according to your own pleasures and interests.

Whether or not you stand up for your values, or you run and hide so you can fit in, you’re gonna suffer either way. Both options entail suffering. Either you hurt because you’re wasting your life living it for other people, or you hurt because you’re being your own person. But at least when you embrace that suffering, you can grow as a person and get more out of life. What you need to understand is that life is suffering. So choose a suffering that’s worth it.

It’s understandable that people might hide their opinions because they don’t want to be alone, but here’s the thing: If you’re honest with what you truly think and dare taking that chance then you’re going to have better friends in the long run, because you’ll scare away all the people you’re not compatible with and attract like-minded people instead.

We all want to be surrounded by people who understand and respect you for who you are, and that’s never going to happen if you surround yourself with shallow relationships where you can’t even express your true opinions.
A rewarding friendship isn’t about sharing the exact same thoughts, it’s about seeing a person for more than solitary opinions they might have on things. It’s about having a substantial exchange with each other, and for that to be possible you gotta be able to openly share your thoughts with each other. Not necessarily have the exact same ones.

And the thing about those shallow relations is that they’re so fragile, because as soon as the person gets to know the real you they’re going to run away. Because “you’re weird, you have dirty opinions on things!”
Why would anyone even put themselves through that process? If you can’t have an open, honest, rewarding conversation with other people: Why would you even bother getting to know them?

I’ve never had the desire to have one more moron in my life. So I really can’t understand what the danger is. It’s one thing if you’re at risk for getting the shit kicked out of you, or being a victim of arson, or living in Saudi-Arabia. But if the only social consequence you’re facing is being disliked by other people then I fail to see the disaster.

And this isn’t even a matter of having good self-esteem. This is a matter of not wasting time. You know that you’re going to die. Whether there’s life after death is debatable, the only guarantee you have is a life before death. So the only reasonable thing to do is to attract substance here and now. There’s too many idiots in the world, I don’t need these in my immediate social circle.

Being outspoken is a lifestyle for those who wanna get the most out of life. Some say they’d be fired if they were open with their opinions at their workplace, but why do you even work at a soul-sucking place that doesn’t allow you to be you? It’s not like you have absurd demands on your workplace. It’s not like you’re demanding the right to walk around in shit-stained underwear amongst co-workers.

You’re simply demanding the right that’s already been promised to you by society: The right to democracy and freedom of speech. If you cannot practice this right, then what’s the point of participating in society on society’s terms? What’s the point of paying taxes to politicians so they can fund this totalitarian madness?

You might as well get fired so you can be hired somewhere you can be yourself instead. You’re not gonna die from being unemployed a while, there’s worse things than being on welfare. If your situation is really bad however, to the point where absolutely nobody wants to do with you, you can just move to a country where you wouldn’t be fired for having the opinions you have. As long as you can move your arms and legs there’s always something you can do.

And for that matter, Im pretty sure it’s not allowed to fire someone simply for a disagreement in opinion. At least in a Western country. So if that were to happen you should do society a favor and take it to court, challenge the injustice publicly, get in touch with the media, make a big deal out of it. If there’s anything worth dedicating your life to, then it’s freedom.

There’s a saying along the lines of: “Speaking is silver but silence is gold.”
That might sound like elegant wisdom but it’s actually nonsense. In a democracy silence = consent. If you’re silent then you surrender to asshole tyrants that try to dictate how others should live their lives. Whether we’re talking radical feminists, politicians or islamists – the rabid assholes should never be left unchallenged because that’s when they get an opening to bend society to their will.

Be silent, and others will speak in your place. Being outspoken is not only beneficial to the individual but also to society as a whole. For some practical tips on how to become better at expressing yourself, read this post.

Asylum seekers? More like luxury seekers.

Here’s yet another protest by refugees who claim that they’re being treated badly in Sweden: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=86&artikel=6271692

In this case the food isn’t good enough, therefore they decided to put together signs and go stand in the town square to demand “respect”. Apparently it’s very disrespectful that the staff at the asylum house put together a menu with arab food for them, but aren’t cooking it the same way that they’re used to in their home country. One of the spokespersons for the protest said: “If you’re gonna make food then please – make it good.”

Apparently the food is such a big deal it warrants them holding up signs with the dead 3-year old kurdish boy Alan and text saying: “Don’t kill us again.”

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The article says that there were also other complaints, but doesn’t specify what this is other than one of the other refugees saying that the food isn’t the main issue and that they “need to be treated as humans”.

In another article however, in a newspaper, the refugees claimed that the staff yells at them about all things possible. The owner, however, says that it’s simply not true but that they have to tell the refugees firmly if they catch them smoking in their rooms, something the staff has been clear isn’t allowed. She is also saddened by the criticsm because she feels it boils down to misunderstandings, and that they also do a lot for the refugees that they don’t have to do. For example, they give them Wi-Fi access in their rooms and TV’s with arabic channels.

One refugee also claimed that a staff member roughly grabbed her son in order to take away a toy which the little boy was intending on bringing to the restaurant, and that her son started screaming from the fear and pain. The owner, however, isn’t familiar with this incident. (Let’s be honest, kids will go apeshit whenever you try to take something from them.)

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Honestly, I don’t know whether or not this protest is warranted. It’s entirely possible that privately owned asylum houses are corrupted and compromise the living standard of their housing in order to cheat themselves to more money, but it’s also possible that these refugees are just spoiled. They seem to be expecting better food than we give our elderly citizens, and it’s not the first time we’ve seen examples of luxury seekers around these here parts in Scandinavia.

In Finland, three Iraqi refugees posted a videoclip on Facebook saying: “We’re already considering returning to Iraq. We regret coming to Finland. We were wrong! We paid huge sums all for nothing. In Iraq you think everything is so extraordinary in Europe, that Europe is something divine. But it’s just completely ordinary here.”

Completely ordinary = life without bombs. What the hell, did he think they were going to Disneyland or something? If they had arrived there he probably would’ve complained about the rollercoasters too.

“The situation in Europe is tough. Sure, you’re safe here, but the toilets are dirty, there isn’t any clothes, food is expensive… The portions at receptioncentrals are small, they’re not even enough for children. Running from your country is terribly humiliating. You can’t get a job here. It was wrong to come here.”

They even go so far as to say: “Stay in your home country if you’re there, even if it means death or being hurt. At least you’re home in your country.”

At the same time you can read that around 40 refugees have decided to return to Iraq instead of waiting for asylum in Sweden, since the process can be very long. One really has to wonder: How great is the threat of death in your home country if you’re willing to return just because you might end up waiting in Sweden?

Numbers from Eurostat show that only 1 in 5 refugees are actually from Syria. Half a million migrants have arrived in Europe so far this year, with 156,000 coming in August alone. Rather than claiming asylum in the first safe EU country they reach, most head on toward wealthy northern countries.

Refugees who were interviewed by Danish television were asked why they didn’t stay in a peaceful country. The reply was that Denmark has too low welfare checks, so therefore they want to Sweden instead. When interviewed, a syrian refugee confirmed this image saying that the majority of people claiming to be refugees are simply trying to upgrade their living standard and exploit european welfare-societies. So did this one testify.

What conclusions are there to be drawn here? Is Sweden a shit country that can’t accept refugees properly, or are certain refugees just spoilt brats? One thing is for sure: During the Balkan crisis in the 90s, us Bosnian refugees didn’t complain about not being able to create music in the asylum house. An incident in December 2014 had 40-something refugees refuse to get off the bus in protest because the asylum house they were gonna live in “is too cold” and they didn’t like having to live 8 people in one room. They even went so far as to imply that the refugee camp in Lebanon they lived in for 2 years prior was better because “even though we had to sleep on the street we weren’t cold there”. They even planned a hunger strike because of their discontent.

Another paper reported how refugees were disappointed because they had to wait a whole week for a dental appointment. Here’s the kicker though: Asylum seekers in Sweden get free dental while waiting to have their asylum application treated. Swedish citizens do not get free dental. In fact, a 55-year old woman was forced to sell nearly all her possessions in order to afford dental work for a tumor in her jaw, and over the past 10 years she’s spent 250’000 SEK on dental work because of her condition.

And there are some places in Sweden where you have to wait 5 years for an appointment because the dental service is legally obliged to accept refugee children first and foremost. Swedish adults seeking service are told to visit private clinics instead. Keeping all this mind, perhaps the refugees shouldn’t bitch about having to wait a week considering that our public health sector is strained as it is.

Another bus protest occured because the refugees felt the rooms are too small and too far into the woods.

And recently 30 out of 100 refugees were so unhappy with being placed at a military camp in Åstön that they started marching by foot to Sundsvall to reach the train station there. Apparently it was unacceptable that it’s so cold, no stores and no communications nearby. (The weather at the time of the article varied between +4°C and +14°C. If you have a problem with cold, why do you come to a country where the winter temperature can be way below zero?)
They wanted to live in a city and didn’t appreciate ending up “in the middle of nowhere.” Now, tell me something. Does this look like unacceptable living standards for someone who’s fled the threat of death in the Middle East?

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It is clear that many asylum seekers who come to Sweden expect a very high standard of living, even at an asylum house. But can you blame them? Our politicians are just as deceptive as the human smugglers are. Sure, our politicians might not say that you will get a free house and a Swedish girlfriend if you come to Sweden – like the smugglers say – but they sure give off the illusion that everything is going to be fine. As if there’s housing and jobs for everyone.

Newsflash: There isn’t. The local migration authorities all basically say the same thing when these refugee protests take place: The system is strained. We’re taking in a lot of people, perhaps more than we can handle, so this is what we have to offer at the moment.

I mean freaking hell, in Jönköping we even had to move 40 refugees to another asylum house in order to fit more newly arrived refugees. So we’re basically moving refugees to fit refugees. And guess what? That turned into a protest too.

In another case two female volunteers who were handing out free clothes at an asylum house were beaten and threatened by an asylum seeker in his 40’s, because apparently “the residents have felt frustrated by not being able to pick clothes on their own. They’re upset that we’re telling them to write up what they need on a list, and that we’re organising and handing out the clothes according to that.” The boss also says that they’re “used to handling situations like this.”

Here’s another case. Seriously, look at the video in the article linked. They’re playing football in a grass field, they say that there is internet and ping-pong tables there, and that they came to Sweden because they heard that it’s the best country in the world: “The people are so nice and understand the meaning of human rights.”
And yet, they are disappointed. Why? Because they have “nothing to do all day”, and “we have been living here for 14 days and nobody from the Migration board has come to greet us and ask us how we’re doing, and if we need anything. That would have made it feel more motivated to come here. Knowing that someone takes an interest in us would have been enough.”

Basically they sound like a bad female stereotype that gets angry at you for not spending every waking moment catering to her mood swings and reading her mind when she’s pouty. You should KNOW what you did wrong, you bastard!

Furthermore, they go on to say that they live in a room that looks like a prison and complain about not being able to open the window. They literally say that it’s their “biggest problem” there, because when they close the door it gets “stuffy”. Their conclusion is that they regret coming to Sweden becuse they have “nothing” here. Seriously. Watch the video I linked, see for yourself what their room looks like, and then ask yourself: Is that a reasonable reaction for someone who has fled the threat of death?

This makes me think of the incident that I started this blogpost with. In that case, the asylum seekers got together and protested because they demand “respect”. Respect is a good word considering some of the incidents we have seen in Sweden over the past year or so. One simply has to wonder how these so called “refugees” are showing respect by coming to a country and shitting on everyone that’s helping them. Surely, demanding things from strangers as if you were a kid is the complete opposite of respect?

I would like you, dear reader, to perform a thought experiment: Try to imagine what country you would look down upon enough in order to be able to behave like those “refugees” are doing.

Personally, I don’t believe that they are all innocent victims like the media wants to portray. I am absolutely sure that some of them are real refugees. I remember that when I heard of one of the first bus protests there was a refugee woman who came with the same bus, she was interviewed by reporters and she said that she was very grateful for Sweden taking her in, and that those who were protesting should be ashamed of themselves, and that they didn’t represent everyone on that bus. I am sure of that, and that many are real refugees. However, I also suspect that many are simply luxury seekers.

Real refugees would be greatful to escape the threat of death. I came to Sweden as a war refugee when I was a child, and most of these people I’ve listed in this post make me fucking sick. They have no place in Sweden. They are not refugees. They are people who want to live their entire life on Swedish welfare.