Swedish Education Minister Gustav Fridolin told the “Hungarian government and ruling Fidesz party to stop using Sweden as an example of failed mass migration policies.”
One wonders what gives Fridolin the right to order another sovereign country what to say and not to say, particularly when Swedish leaders have so desperately failed their people. Sweden has earned its reputation as a model country of what not to do with immigration. It flung its doors open to Muslim migration to the extent that Sweden was reported to be on the brink of civil war, and its own National Police Commissioner, Dan Eliasson pleaded on public television to “‘Help us, help us!’….while warning that Swedish police forces no longer can uphold the law and therefore must ask all good powers in the country to support them.”
Fridolin also stated that “we have our problems and challenges the same as you probably have in Hungary.” Hungary has none of the problems that Sweden has stemming from Muslim migration. It has experienced no jihad attacks since 2015, and increase in phenomena as Sweden’s violent no-go zones, which have expanded into the country’s largest mall and other once respectable districts; nor does Hungary face mass rapes of its infidel women.
It is reprehensible enough that any Western leaders could subject its own citizens to such abuse, and then be so brazenly unrepentant and arrogant as to blast another country for pointing out its atrocious irresponsibility.
“Sweden to Hungary: It Is Not OK to Use us as an Example of Failed Mass Migration”, by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, March 29, 2018:
Swedish Education Minister Gustav Fridolin visited Hungary this week telling the Hungarian government and ruling Fidesz party to stop using Sweden as an example of failed mass migration policies.
The Education Minister, who is also a member of the Green party, travelled to Hungary to meet with leaders of Politics Can Be Different (LMP) party to discuss issues of education.
Fridolin said he was also concerned about the rhetoric used by the Fidesz party headed by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, which has pointed to the negative impacts of mass migration in Sweden ahead of April’s general election, Sveriges Radio reports.
“We have our problems and challenges the same as you probably have in Hungary. At the same time, we now see how people who have come from other countries to Sweden get more work, get involved, and contribute and make Sweden their own. It is obviously a description of reality that is also needed,” Fridolin said.
“The picture that Sweden, when we had and received so many asylum seekers, still has a positive development when it comes to economy and work, it actually needs to be there too,” he added.
Hungarians are set to go to the polls on April 8th and the Fidesz party has made mass migration one of the key pillars of the campaign.
This week, Orbán gave a speech on Hungarian radio saying: “Europe is full. Its external borders must be defended, and migrants must not be brought in – they must be kept outside Europe.”
And earlier this month, the Prime Minister gave a speech to a large crowd on Hungary’s national day saying: “Day by day we see the great European countries and nations losing their countries: little by little, from district to district and from city to city. The situation is that those who do not halt immigration at their borders are lost: slowly but surely they are consumed.”….