Furious Swedish migration staff protested against the tightening of immigration laws by granting as many asylum seekers permanent residency in the country as possible, according to reports.
These activist employees have betrayed the citizens of Sweden and demonstrated that they have little or no regard for the rights and safety of Swedes. Their style is reminiscent of the low tactics of former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, who called on Barack Obama to hurry up and put a rush on unilaterally recognizing Palestinian statehood before leaving office in January. Underhandedness and lies are the comfortable modes of Islamic supremacists and their zealous following among Leftists.
The victimhood narrative of Palestinian and Islamic supremacist propagandists has been effective, with tragic results: the advance of a lethal ideological weapon against Western freedoms.
Sweden has experienced a huge number of problems following the arrival of thousands of migrants over the past year and migrant crime has surged as a result.
“‘Activist’ staff IGNORE Sweden’s new asylum policy and PREVENT attempts to deport migrants”, by Will Kirby, Express, December 13, 2016:
According to Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, staff at the Migration Board worked overtime to process as many permits as they could before the new policy came into force on July 20.
The stricter controls on who was allowed into the country were agreed in April in order to slow the high number of migrants arriving in Sweden.
Between May and June, 20 per cent more outstanding asylum cases were decided while the number of migrants who received permanent residency shot up from 50 per cent to 62 per cent.
In July, the traditional holiday month for Migration Board staff, workers stayed to work longer hours with the number of permanent residency applications processed rising to 71 per cent as a clear protest against the new laws.
As the deadline drew nearer the number of applications processed increased rapidly, with 995 cases decided on the day before the new rules were introduced as staff granted permits to 87 per cent of applicants.
With almost 1,000 cases decided on July 19, this number marked a record increase from the 411 processed the day before.
On July 21, the day after the stricter policy came in, just 213 asylum requests were decided and more than half of them were approved.
Velibor Ljepoja, business expert on asylum issues at the Swedish Migration Board, said: “I think the officers, aware of the consequences of the coming rule changes, were trying to issue as many permanent residence permits as possible.”
A source told Svenska Dagbladet: “I have personally heard from asylum officers how, in July, some devices were pumping out hundreds of permanent residence permits as possible before the new law would come into force.”
Sweden has experienced a huge number of problems following the arrival of thousands of migrants over the past year and migrant crime has surged as a result……