We’ve written in the past about how Sweden’s liberal immigration policies have negatively affected Sweden (see Want Asylum in Sweden? Easy. Just Lie About Your Age… and Sweden’s Open Islamic Immigration: Now Officially the Rape Capital of the West). Especially Swedish women. Who would rather not be raped, but thanks.
You know who’s finally tired of it? Swedes. Shocker, I know. But even the super left-leaning Swedes have had it up to their Ikea Bokar lamps with the migrants.
Numbers don’t lie…
A new survey suggests that Swedish attitudes to asylum seekers have changed, with fewer willing to help by donating money and clothes compared to 2015, and three out of five Swedes now saying fewer asylum seekers should be allowed into the country.
The study, carried out between August 31st and September 2nd by research company Inizio for Aftonbladet, asked 1261 people if they were willing to help asylum seekers.
Swedes reacted to the peak of the refugee crisis in 2015 by making charity donations to the sum of 19.4 billion kronor [2.27 billion USD] — a 1.5 billion kronor increase on 2014. But comparing this week’s Inizio poll to a similar one from a year ago suggests that willingness to help has reduced.
Emphasis mine. Yeah, that report used soft language to describe what’s actually happening. Where once the Swedes were arms wide open, please come in we love you and how our embrace of you makes us feel, is now more… GTFO. One year later. The report wanted to sound nice about it. “Swedes willingness to help has been reduced.” While failing to mention Sweden is now actually paying migrants and refugees to leave.
But it’s a bit late, isn’t it Sweden? The door is open, the problem is well-entrenched. Trigger-warning to people who may not like my following comparison, but the Muslim migrants in Sweden are a virus. They’ve spread, they’re infecting Swedish culture. Muslim migrants attack people. They rape women. Now Sweden says, “Well, we’re infected with this disease, so let’s drink some orange juice, hope it gets better.” When really, what Sweden should have done, was not allow the virus to enter their system in the first place. What Sweden should have done was examine the culture they were letting into their own.
Oh well. Now they’re dealing with massive crime and cultural problems, and trying to fix it by suspending their donations, or trying to pay the migrants to leave. They’re going to need a lot more pushback to make a difference, but pulling funding is a shift. It proves the people of Sweden are voting with their paychecks. It’s step one. Step two is coming…
And yes, some cultures are better than others. We’ll admit it here, where some Swedes may still be reluctant to admit it.