Sweden To Deport 80,000 Refugees Amid Security Fears

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Sweden is concerned about migrants.

In the wake of the sexual assaults that rocked Cologne, Germany and several other cities across Europe on New Year’s Eve, Nyheter Idag‎ accused prominent daily Dagens Nyheter of conspiring to cover up a wave of similar attacks allegedly perpetrated by Arab refugees at a youth festival in central Stockholm’s Kungsträdgården last August.

Subsequently, Dagens Nyheter claimed it was actually the police who attempted to conceal the crimes from the public in an effort to avoid triggering an anti-migrant backlash among Swedes.

In addition to the alleged sexual assaults, Moroccan migrant children have reportedly “taken over” the central train station in Stockholm where “gangs” of all-male pre-teens and teenagers drunkenly attack guards and accost women.

And then there’s 22-year-old Alexandra Mezher who was stabbed to death by a refugee while working at an asylum center for unaccompanied youth migrants.

Now, amid the turmoil, the country’s Interior Minister Anders Ygeman says Sweden will likely deport as many as 80,000 of the asylum seekers who entered the country last year. 

Some 163,000 refugees came to Sweden in 2015. That's a record for the country of just under 10 million and it's the highest per capita number in Europe. 

"We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000," Ygeman said on Thursday."We have a big challenge ahead of us. We will need to use more resources for this and we must have better cooperation between authorities," he told Dagens Industri.

"Over the past few years Sweden has rejected about 45 percent of claims for asylum, but with last year's record influx the greater numbers are putting an increasing strain on immigration and police authorities," Reuters notes, adding that "the Swedish government fears many people whose applications for asylum are rejected will go into hiding."

Like many other countries, Sweden is rethinking its open-door policy in the wake of the refugee influx that's spooked many Europeans who increasingly see the mass migration as a threat to Europe's Christian culture. The backlog of applications for those seeking asylum in Sweden means recent arrivals will need to wait between 15 and 24 months. 

"The level of new arrivals has plunged since the beginning of January, when Sweden introduced systematic photo ID border checks, after stating that it has hit its limit in terms of receiving asylum seekers," RT recalls before noting that in addition to Alexandra Mezher's death, there was another recent "incident" wherein police were chased away from the Vasteras refugee center by an "angry mob" while attempting to relocate a 10-year-old boy who had allegedly been subject to "repeated rape." 

“Even more people appeared behind us. I was mentally prepared to fight for my life. We were 10 police officers in a narrow corridor. And I hear someone yell that there is an emergency exit,” one officer said, recounting the event. 

The news of Sweden's plans to deport some 45% of those who entered the country last year comes as Denmark passes legislation which makes it legal for police to confiscate cash and valuables from migrants and as Austria suspends Schengen in a desperate attempt to stem the flow of people across its southern border with Slovenia.  

As we put it on Wednesday, "if European politicans do not find an effective way to get the situation under control, the public will remove them - either with the ballot or with the torches and pitchforks." 

It appears as though Sweden has gotten the message although Ygeman's press secretary Victor Harju, told CNN not to put too much stock in those figures because they are "vague, hypothetical estimates based on last year's numbers."

Yes, "vague, hypothetical estimates based on last year's numbers" - much like the estimates of how many refugees will come banging on Western Europe's doors in the new year. 

The question for Sweden is how many of the planned 80,000 deportees will go peacefully back to a Mid-East warzone and how many will fight for their "right" to remain a member of polite Western society.

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Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:27 | 7108709 buzzsaw99
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sweden has suicided itself

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:30 | 7108725 Joe Trader
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FINALLY!!

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:33 | 7108757 mtndds
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Ditto, FINALLY!!!

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:36 | 7108771 greenskeeper carl
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80k down, another 83k to go. And that's just to get back to where they were at the end of 2014, which was still showing a huge increase in these types of crimes over previous years. Good for them for at least doing something, but this barely even puts a dent in the problem, which has been growing for years but not recieving much coverage

Sad that is takes a stabbing by one of these people to spur some type of action. Rapes everyday? meh, no big deal...

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:37 | 7108780 zuuma
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The guiding principles of the European Union:

The belief that the peoples of Europe should be mixed with Africans and Asians, to destroy our identity and create a single mestizo race, is the basis of all community policies that aim to protect minorities. Not for humanitarian reasons, but because of the directives issued by the ruthless Regime that machinates the greatest genocide in history. The Coudenhove-Kalergi European Prize is awarded every two years to Europeans who have excelled in promoting this criminal plan. Among those awarded with such a prize are Angela Merkel and Herman Van Rompuy.

for more info, search this fascinating man:
Richard Von Coudenhove-Kalergi

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:38 | 7108792 Chris Dakota
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Muslim Man In Minneapolis Grabs Ten Year Old Girl In Elevator, Takes Her To A Hallway And Rapes Her

http://kstp.com/article/stories/s3928064.shtml

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:39 | 7108800 Boris Alatovkrap
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Something is very disturb in psyche of Muslim follower... Russia is already deal quick and swift with dysregulated Muslim in Chechnya.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:44 | 7108817 More Ammo
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Boris, Does quick and swift mean a bullet to the head?

 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:54 | 7108879 847328_3527
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"... 34-year-old Ahmed Hersi Abdi ...."

 

Not Irish?

http://kstp.com/article/stories/s3928064.shtml

 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:02 | 7108926 MANvsMACHINE
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McAhmed O'Hersi Abdi to you!

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:09 | 7108976 Boris Alatovkrap
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Bullet to head is waste of lead. Just hand out machete in crowd of muslim and quick and swift they are self-reduce number by half and half again.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:25 | 7109070 LowerSlowerDela...
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In related news: Dear Leader Obama breaks down the gates in order for them to flood into the U.S.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 17:21 | 7110456 mkkby
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I've said it before, and I'll say it again.  Either the authorities get rid of these bastards, or watch as gas chambers make a comeback.  People will only take this for so long.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:28 | 7109093 General Decline
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In failure analysis, after the root cause is identified, the next step is containment. In parallel, the solution can be developed but contaiment is the priority to prevent any further failures.

For example, if you sold a fleet of engines to a customer and you have discoverd you have a problem with head bolts coming loose, the corrective action might be to supply better quality head bolts. Until you can get those bolts to the customer, a reasonable containment would be to re-check torque on the existing bolts periodically to prevent failure.

Containment in this particular situation would be closing the borders as in no more immigrants allowed in. Stop the bleeding. The corrective action would then be to deport the remaining immigrants.

They can deport all they want but if they do not turn the spigot off, it won't much matter.

I agree with others on this thread. This is just a PR scam to quite the citizenry.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:45 | 7109527 Blue Vervain
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Their term "will likely" tells you all you need to know about the likelihood of a single refugee being deported from Sweden.

In the UK if a migrant resists deportation they have to charter an entire plane to take him or her home after the policy of restraining them on passenger flights was criticised for being inhumane. The cost is astronomical.

Outside of globalists, Western leaders are answerable to lawyers and activists only.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 15:15 | 7109712 Chris Dakota
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We shouldn't let any Europeans in America.

They destroyed their own house, then they would work on us.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 15:13 | 7109696 Panafrican Funk...
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Internal containment for the invaders that have already entered via internment/deportation camps is pretty effective if the country has the political will to do it.  I seriously doubt Sweden possesses this will as of now.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:10 | 7109321 Paveway IV
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"Sweden To Deport 80,000 Refugees Amid Security Fears"

Sweden (and the rest of the EU) don't need to deport the refugees. It might help to deport their left-wing politicians allowing this feel-good but idotic immigration. What they REALLY need to do to solve the problem is to deport is their right-wing, U.S.-firster ass-kissing politicians that do nothing while the U.S. creates these problems for them. Where the fuck were the Swedish officials when the U.S. said it was going to bomb the shit out of Libya, Iraq and Syria? Why were you silent about the criminal U.S. acts in Ukrane? Where were the rest of the useless EU politicians when the U.S. fucked up the Middle East and created ISIS?  

Why don't Swedish politicians scream about the U.S.'s continued meddling in Syria today - WE CREATED YOUR PROBLEMS, YOU FUCKING IDIOTS!

Sweden needs to deport about 80,000 useless U.S. ass-kissing Swedish politicians to fix their problems. Send them to Aleppo or Homs (or Baghdad or Benghazi) for a year and make them live with any surviving locals. I'm sure the in-place study of failed U.S. foreign policy will be eye-opening.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:35 | 7109478 Ghordius
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ehmm... first, let's change your "Where the fuck were the Swedish officials..." to "Where the fuck were the european officials..."

then let's ask what happened when Bush and Blair were talking about Saddam's WMDs

result: Freedom Fries, Cheese Eating Surrending Monkeys and Fox News showing patriots throwing French wines in the gutter

what I want to say is that european screaming does often not reach you cousins on the other side of the pond, sometimes not even across the Channel

but we heard a distinct "Fuck the EU" recently regarding Ukraine, didn't we?

nope, even ZeroHedge is not reporting the full version of what we scream at, for, against and about

Sweden, specifically, is in a diplomatic semi-war with the Kingdom of Saud, which is the prime moving agent of many of those issues, isn't it?

Since I'm here, I'll question too this very... paternalistic? imperialistic? "Sweden (and the rest of the EU) don't need to deport the refugees."

says... who? An American Citizen that is pissed we are not... telling Uncle Sam to stop?

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 15:42 | 7109847 XuscitizenSweden
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Both you Ghordius & Paveway IV are intelligent people.

However your conclusions need som support. I'll give it to you and ZH-readers:

The 'recent' problem here is a "controlled demolition' orchestrated by, ex-PM Frederik Reinfelt & ex-FM/ex-PM Carl Bildt from the conservative right-wing party *Moderates(lol)*. They governed Sweden 2006-2014 and purposely set-in-motion this 'demolition' of Swedish Society.

Why? How?

Remember Karl Rove, the NWO- neocon republican spindoctor, Chenney's buddy? Karl Rove was a paid advisor to the Swedish Gov't while Frederik Reinfelt was prime minister. Here's the proof: *Rove Suspected In Swedish-U.S. Political Prosecution of WikiLeakshttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/andrew-kreig/rove-suspected-in-swedish_b_798737.html

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=karl+rove+fredrik+reinfeldt

AND

Well, Rove & Bildt have 'worked together' since the early 1970's. Carl Bildt is a cia-asset. Proof?

Here it is: http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/carl-bildts-relation-till-usa-har-ar-dokumenten

Use BING Translator http://www.bing.com/translator

"

Carl Bildt's relationship to the United States-here are the documents

SVT documentary about Carl Bildt is the question of communication between him and the United States during the secret intergovernmental negotiations in 1976. While working on the documentary about Carl Bildt was looking the team behind the film in public archives and found correspondence from the 70s where Bildt mentioned by name.

 It's about eleven telegrams in the years 1973-1976. Cables are sent within the United States's foreign service, notably between the Embassy and the State Department in Washington.

Martin J and Björn Tunbäck, behind the documentary, found documents in open archives in the United States-it is not, therefore, leaks, but of public acts. This published the document in which Carl Bildt mentioned by name. The following is a summary of what cables, which can be found in the column on the left, contains:

1) Carl Bildt is strongly recommended by the Embassy to the leadership scholarship. Lyrical description of the young Bildt. From 1973-03.

2) Embassy in Stockholm will write to the State department that Carl Bildt's bag come off on the flight home from the United States. (1973-08)

3) State department responds to Bildt's case should have been sent by Pan AM on 10 August. (1973-08)

4) report on Swedish press reactions to a Communist campaign against a Congress in Oporto. Noting that Bildt and af Ugglas were at the Conference. (1975-01)

5) Bildt has kontaktatat Embassy to get suggestions for young American politicians who can be invited to this summer's European student conference in Helsinki, Finland. Embassy considers it important that the us activity in this area is maintained. (1975-04)

6) Embassy has discovered that Carl Bildt has acted to get with the Americans at the Conference, but Finnish organizers known to the Finns, however, have received nothing; that Americans take part at the Conference. (1975-04)

7) Carl Bildt has informed the Embassy that his European studentorg would establish "institutional ties" with the Young Republicans and Young Democrats. Bildt says he already is in contact with Karl Rove, President of the Republican student organization. (1975-05)

8) Carl Bildt would like to thank the Embassy for help and support. Has invited Karl Rove and McDonough as delegates to the Conference in Finland. (1975-6)

9) Carl Bildt will travel to Washington DC and participate in a panel discussion on US-European relations (1) and should stay a few more days. Help meet officials involved in Soviet Affairs at the State Department. The Embassy says that they believe the State department should assist Bildt. (1975-09)

10) Telegram from the State Department in Washington to the Embassy in Stockholm. A number of embassies in Europe to be informed as well.

The case of the European Youth Conference in Warsaw in June. Carl Bildt has said that the issue of American participation in the Conference has been discussed and will be decided at the European democratic conservative and liberal students ' meetings in Copenhagen and in the Hague next week. (2) State Department requests that the Embassy in Stockholm to debriefa Bildt as soon as he gets back and send info about these conferences to Washington (3) the Department has been reached by information from "other channels" that Bildt has a plan b: to bring individual Americans to Warsaw in Western European delegations (on the United States not invited). If Bildt for up this idea, he should be dissuaded from this. The Americans think this is an unworthy tactics. (1976-05)

11) Carl Bildt will report in detail to the Embassy about the ongoing secret intergovernmental negotiations after the right-wing election victory in 1976. According to the telegram text entrusts Bildt deputy director Woods, that the nuclear issue is finished, and that the negotiations have gone on to be about how the new Government should look like. He describes in detail about the different possible nuclear compromises (1976-10)."

Here are the de-classified american documents:

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126306.svt/BINARY/tgm01.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126310.svt/BINARY/tgm02.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126312.svt/BINARY/tgm03.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126313.svt/BINARY/tgm04.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126319.svt/BINARY/tgm05.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126320.svt/BINARY/tgm06.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126321.svt/BINARY/tgm07.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126323.svt/BINARY/tgm08.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126325.svt/BINARY/tgm09.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126327.svt/BINARY/tgm10.pdf

http://www.svt.se/bildt--excellensen/article1126330.svt/BINARY/tgm11.pdf

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 16:11 | 7110071 Paveway IV
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XuscitizenSweden - we cross-posted, but this emphasizes my point exactly. Why isn't Sweden, as a nation, absolutely furious at the U.S.? Why hasn't Europe attacked us in retaliation for our years of clownfuckery in their affairs?

No doubt there are many Swedish confused at why the fuck Paveway hasn't rolled out the wood-chipper yet and fixed his own God-damn broken, tyrannical government. It IS my problem as a U.S. citizen to solve.

France and Russia were a great help to the future U.S. citizens ridding themselves of a tyrannical government a few hundred years ago. I guess it was a really, really bad idea to piss them off so much today. <sigh> I might have to ask my Canadian pals for help... 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 17:12 | 7110416 XuscitizenSweden
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Most Important Paveway4 is that WE spread the word & 'engage' folks we know/meet/talk to/etc and......Don't Stop.

In this Ephemeral Fight 'Good vs Evil', the best 1st strategy is to enlighten as many as possible.

Think as Paul Revere.....Sound the Alarm.

AND

When the time comes, be brave soldiers.

;)

Regards X-

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 07:11 | 7112526 Ghordius
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Paveway, did I get it right? Are you asking us, the european allies, to... what? Invade the US and rid you of your government?

It's the same government that spends 50% of the world's total bill for armaments, btw

to be frank, even if we wanted to... I don't think we could. If you take in the military spending and the isolated, strategically remote position that the US has...

... even if the whole rest of the world would attack the US it would be a losing proposition

Besides, how many US patriots would raise in arms... against us? They would call your whole idea... treason, wouldn't they?

it's the same patriots that called for Freedom Fries, etc. just because France questioned the whole WMDs in Iraq bullshit, remember?

nope, it's completely in the realm of fantasy, what you are proposing

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 15:27 | 7114687 Paveway IV
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"...Paveway, did I get it right? Are you asking us, the european allies, to... what? Invade the US and rid you of your government?..."

That would be nice. Would you mind? Americans are too fat and out of shape to do it ourselves. We would watch it on TV, if that would help...

"...to be frank, even if we wanted to... I don't think we could. If you take in the military spending and the isolated, strategically remote position that the US has..."

No, that was always 100% sarcasm. The U.S. government is clearly a global problem, but it's my problem to solve, not anyone else's. I'm only expressing my surprise that more Europeans don't secretly feel like coming over here and kicking our ass. Maybe they do, but all I see from this end of the pond is your lapdog leaders taking orders from our psychopathic ones. Don't take that the wrong way. I make that sarcastic comment with the full realization that I'm criticizing European leader's facial expressions while the U.S. has it's boot on their necks. 

"...Besides, how many US patriots would raise in arms... against us? They would call your whole idea... treason, wouldn't they? it's the same patriots that called for Freedom Fries, etc. just because France questioned the whole WMDs in Iraq bullshit, remember?..."

We had the exact same problem a couple of hundred years ago, remember? Colonists that were Loyalists taking up arms to fend of the French 'invasion' and the Colonial terrorist rebels that refused to abide by the King's law and rule... That was before we had McDonalds, though. My single hope is that the next revolution in the U.S. is led by Americans that can waddle faster than the McDonalds/Wal*Mart super-size-me crowd. The future of America belongs to those who can waddle the fastest.

France standing alone calling Iraq WMD's bullshit gave rise to the knuckle-draggers and their 'Freedom Fries', but there are some Americans (a couple of dozen of us, at least...) that remember and respect that act of sanity. Trouble is we can't even beat our politicians over the head with that fact because they wouldn't remember that today. They would probably insist France WAS a part of the Coalition of Evil that invaded Iraq. Yes... they're that stupid.

"nope, it's completely in the realm of fantasy, what you are proposing..."

If someone would have told me years ago that the U.S. will become an imperialistic bully that tortures its prisoners of war, drones kids, assassinates foreign heads-of-state it doesen't like, impoverishes its middle class, shoots its own citizens and treats the rest of its population like proto-criminals, then I would have called THAT predicition something in the realm of fantasy.

I'm beginning to feel that reality and practicality are over-rated. They're just not working out too well.  

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 16:15 | 7109990 Paveway IV
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"...then let's ask what happened when Bush and Blair were talking about Saddam's WMDs

result: Freedom Fries, Cheese Eating Surrending Monkeys and Fox News showing patriots throwing French wines in the gutter..."

Remember back when the morality and sensibilities of the U.S. were a level or two higher than the average college fraternity or gang of drunken soccer hooligans? Maybe it was never like that and I'm confusing this with the movies. Hard to say...

"...what I want to say is that european screaming does often not reach you cousins on the other side of the pond, sometimes not even across the Channel..."

No doubt. MY screaming doesn't even reach across the Potomac to Washington D.C. from inside the U.S., Ghordius. I'm thinking something with a little more teeth from Europe: If you break it, U.S., then you fix it. If you make Europe pay for your mistakes, then consider it a temporary loan that the U.S. is ultimately responsible for covering. In the case of the Syrian refugees, I (if I were the Swedish Emperor) would immediately put them on a plane to Washington D.C. and let the U.S. deal with their own fallout. Then charge us (the U.S.) for the effort.

This in no way absolves me - as a citizen of the U.S. - of any of the responsibility I have for my own out-of-control government. I am 100% responsible for anything they do in my name, I'm just at a loss for exactly what to do right now besides the wood-chipper 'solution'. It's just that the (apparent) lack of European anger at the U.S. confuses us poor peons over here into thinking that maybe the actions of our government are not so bad after all and the U.S. isn't damn near solely responsible for this mess.

In many ways, Ghordius, the economic and social unrest and human misery that the U.S. has caused to be exported to Europe would (in more sane times) be tantamount to an act of war. Where's the outrage? Is it really there, but the global MSM is so controlled that we don't see any of that in the U.S.? The U.S. deserves international scorn for what it has done in the Middle East. Instead, I hear debates about morality and humanity among Europeans as if this was their personal problem that just popped up like a mushroom out of nowhere. Damn near every refugee flooding your continent has a "Made in the U.S.A." label on them. I expect Europeans to be pissed - I would be!

"...Since I'm here, I'll question too this very... paternalistic? imperialistic? "Sweden (and the rest of the EU) don't need to deport the refugees."..."

That was indeed the wrong qualifier on my part, Ghordius. I mean to imply two simultaneous conditions: 1) Sweden (and the EU) should not have to have an immigration policy that deals with hundreds of thousands of refugees because there should never be that many intentionally created by other bumbling nations' imperialistic policies (= U.S.) and 2) It's damn near impossible to deport that many after admission as a practical matter - at least in any humane fashion. 

#2 is debatable. I understand the desire by the host nations' citizens to do this, but attempts to do this internally in a universal fashion (ALL refugees, good or bad) have never been successful except under the most cruel and extreme totalitarian regimes. If the Swedes (or the EU) collectively decide that action that extreme is needed, then I - as a U.S. citizen - am in no position to judge the morality of thier actions. The U.S. makes a lot of noise about deporting millions of illegal Mexican and Central/South American immigrants. I'll believe this when I see it - the U.S. Congress is useless. If they DO ever do anything, it will be a disaster and done in the worst, Nazi-like manner possible. There is a solution for the U.S. (and Europe) somewhere in between 'close the gates and do nothing' or 'round them up like cattle and ship them somewhere else'. I don't know what that solution is - I only know my country is responsible for the problem.

 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 16:20 | 7110126 Escapeclaws
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Pardon the lack of subtlety here in discussing immigration alternatives, but what if the leaders just listen to what their people want instead of arrogantly deciding what to do in their place? Imagine Frau Merkal giving a damn about what das Volk want?

It would be interesting to know what rules the Swedish government are following in deciding to deport some immigrants (2 or 3?). Do they have a certain quota of rapes and murders that must occur before they will consider deporting immigrants? If so, perhaps they should have arrived at that quota democratically, in consulting Swedish citizens. Or is that not highhanded and hamfisted enough for those arrogant twits? They love their godlike powers.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 19:19 | 7110875 Paveway IV
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My cloudy view from whatever I can discern across the Atlantic: Swedish politicians look like a deer caught in the headlights. They're frozen in inaction and politically-correct paranoia while terrified of any of the alternatives. They have ensured their own systemic inability to deal directly with the problem with as much force and determination as necessary. Like all useless government types, they will wait until the last minute to do anything to correct the problem. They simply hope the problem will disappear or otherwise resolve itself. 

This isn't a negative trait of the Swedish government or the Swedish people. All governments should be as humanitarian. The problem comes when you profanely abuse someone's 'niceness' and basic sense of decency by foisting your (= U.S. created) humanitarian disaster on them in an uncontrolled and overwhelming fashion, and then criticize how they're handling it.

What's happening in Sweden, Germany and the rest of the refugee-inundated European countries was not caused BECAUSE they were trying to do the right thing. It was caused by the U.S.'s ham-handed Israeli-inspired assassination plots (thinly disguised as regime-change or Arab Springs), followed by the U.S. walking away as the native lower-level psychopaths (usually ex-pats) in these 'liberated' countries scrambled to extort and take control of everybody left alive.

This serial crime against humanity was compounded 10x by UNHCR only warehousing documented refugees in their open-air Turkish concentration camps, and then by Turkey stepping back and allowing the flood of refugees FROM both UNHCR and informal Turkish concentration camps to travel (with Turkish assistance and acquiescence) across their borders to flee the shitholes they had been warehoused and confined inside. Turkey could have never pulled this off if the U.S. hadn't perpetuated the years of instability in Iraq and Syria (among other places) removing all hope or desire for people to return to their real homes. 

Neocons like to harp about how bad Assad, Hussein and Gaddafi were. Satan incarnates, one and all. Yet I have yet to find a SINGLE reference to German or Sweden being overrun by hundreds of thousands of Libyan refugees prior to Gaddafi's death in 2011, nor can I find any evidence of mass emigration from Syria under Assad or Iraq under Hussein. The social benefits haven't changed much - where were these free-shit armies of immigrants prior to the U.S. 'liberation' of their countries? Why didn't Iraqis leave Iraq in droves for German (or Sweden or Norawy) prior to 2001? Where the fuck were all the Syrians fleeing the butcher Assad prior to 2012? Why wouldn't ever last fucking lazy Syrian have fled in 2011 for all the free shit in Germany in 2011? They could have claimed (and been granted) political assylum back then. 

OK, Europeans can't see into the future and didn't know then what they must surely realize now. That means they're not psychic, not that they're not intelligent. Yet today, they STILL tentatively back the U.S. (either actively or passively) in Middle East clownfuckery. People can rail all they want at Israel and Saudi Arabia, but neither one would have been able to do ANYTHING in the Middle East (and get away with it) if it were not for the U.S. 

I don't care how long or how deep you go - if you eliminated the U.S. from the Middle East equation, there would be fewer dead people and more stability. If you insist on the naive, neocon U.S. unicorn version of the Middle East, then be prepared for a lot more human suffering and misery everywhere on earth.

Even if the Swedes or Germans come up with some miraculous, workable version of immigration reform, it will not fix the problem. The U.S. will continue (for Israel or whatever fucked-up unconstitutional reason) to create more refugees that want to flee somewhere safe.

Europe needs to stop the emigrant factory known as U.S. foreign policy. You cannot possibly come up with a clever enough way to absorb ten million more refugees, or prevent them from trying to get to your country to flee the shitholes the U.S. has created causing them to flee.

A word to the wise: Iran has always been 'next' on the U.S./Israel neocon's hit list. Sweden and Germany better figure out some magical way to handle a sizeable wave of asylum-seeking immigrants from a nation of 78 million people after the U.S. fucks up that nation at the behest of their Israeli masters.

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 11:37 | 7113636 Escapeclaws
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PavewaylV, thanks for the response--I'm glad I checked my posts. I agree with the points you are making. The issues are like a bowl of spaghetti and someone needs to go through them and separate the noodles to create a clear and coherent picture of what is going on and what are the important themes. There is the total destruction of Libia, Syria, and Iraq by the hegemon, and we must not forget Ukraine in all of this. There is the complicity of European leaders in the purposeful destruction of their countries. There are the behind the scenes actors such as Soros. There is the issue of the neocons and Israel. There is the intended use of Isis to destabilise the countries surrounding Russia and ultimately Russia itself. There is the whole problem of political correctness which has effectively become an arme de guerre. There is an entrenched culture of baldface lying and the demise of democracy. There are the false flags.

It would be great for someone as knowledgible as yourself, who also has the respect of the ZH readership to write a lead article on this.

Fri, 01/29/2016 - 15:21 | 7114730 Paveway IV
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Articles won't help. Voting won't help. Now, wood-chippers are of great value, but one hopes to put off their use for as long as possbile.

We don't need more articles about this on ZH. Many, many authors here and their articles have aready said the exact, same things. There's not an original thought in any of my posts - I simply rehash what everyone else before me has said and lace in a few profanities. I'm the drive-by entertainment here. Pay attention to the smart guys, not me.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:53 | 7108873 Croesus
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@ Bengt: 

This is encouraging news! 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:58 | 7108901 CheapBastard
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Total BS story; let me know when you have evidence of them: 1) closing their border; 2) actually rounding any of these miscreants up; and, 3) sending even one back to the cave he/she crawled out of.

 

Smilar to Germany's "Do Nothing" policy of detaining one suspect despite over 600 attacks/rapes being reported.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:07 | 7108966 Boris Alatovkrap
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"crawl out of cave" is racist ignorance sterotype. Everyone is know Muslim is crawl out of sand dune.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:16 | 7109016 peddling-fiction
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Slither?

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:45 | 7109197 Boris Alatovkrap
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Crawl out of "slither"?! That is make no sense.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:59 | 7109279 peddling-fiction
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Boris: Slither is what snakes do, since they cannot crawl.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:11 | 7109356 Boris Alatovkrap
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Boris is try use in sentence. "Muslim man is grotesque to woman, so he is slither dress and rape her"?

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:45 | 7109384 peddling-fiction
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Slither (like a snake) out of sand dune.

 

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/slither

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 18:19 | 7110670 StychoKiller
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Yeesh, why not change yer avatar to a 'box of rocks?'

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:22 | 7109039 Calmyourself
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Lets all be nice to wee little ewik, he must be heartbroken.  After all if Sweden doesn't buy into his diversity fantasies who will?  Someone has to do the raping after all, the Swede men are just not up to it..

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:55 | 7108889 nightshiftsucks
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Great job by the cop,I like to think most cops are good.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:00 | 7108914 Everybodys All ...
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This Kids is what the multiculturalist oft in this country as well as all over Europe have wrought. Wake up.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:39 | 7108798 I need more asshats
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This is bullshit! They should all attack randomly NOW!

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:45 | 7108822 Chris Dakota
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They are destroying Islam right before our very eyes.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:54 | 7108878 ThroxxOfVron
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"They are destroying Islam right before our very eyes. "

 

WHO is??

 

A. Neo-cons

B. Neo-liberals

C. Salafists

D. Feminists

E. Clinton Foundation

F. Charlie Hebdo

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:22 | 7109050 Chris Dakota
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The people like this man who raped a kid are the ones destroying Islam.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:42 | 7109512 Sanity Bear
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They're not "destroying" Islam, they're practicing it.

 

The only things they are destroying are the illusions of limp-wristed, weak-minded Westerners.

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 14:15 | 7109372 I-am-not-one-of-them
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A

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 13:06 | 7108958 Mayer Amschel R...
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For the Drudgites ruining this site, a comment like this one iis another case of "conspiracy theory" because this hasn't been broadcast on their favorite mode of propoganda and, therefore, invalid. 

 

Comments on this level like zuuma's are the only ones worth a shit. 

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:38 | 7108793 Boris Alatovkrap
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"80K down" is indicate air drop muslim refugee back over Syria?

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 12:56 | 7108892 asteroids
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It is unknown if parachutes will be involved.

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