Asylum Cronyism MUSLIM SETTLERS Refugees Sweden

SWEDEN’S FAUX “HUMANITARIAN SUPERPOWER” STATUS LAID BARE IN CRASS IMMIGRATION INDUSTRY MONEY MAKING SCHEME…….

In Finland as well. (Politician on the money grab)

Asylum seekers arrive at a refugee reception centre in the northern town of Tornio, Finland September 25, 2015. REUTERS/Panu Pohjola/Lehtikuva

This is exactly what I reported on (here and here as well) concerning the Finnish situation, in which the crony business community, in collusion with the government, are raking in the taxpayers’ hard earned cash through the refugee/asylum cottage industry.

This is what the Swedish “humanitarian superpower” is actually about. It is all about money, and it is about winners and losers.

NOTE: The state media is still pimping the ”migrants being a boon to the economy” in today’s YLE piece, though it’s a short lived one. There is no new wealth created, it’s like paying one person to dig a hole, and then paying someone else to fill it up, and all on the taxpayers’ dime.

  • That Sweden is a “humanitarian superpower” is a myth that needs exposing once and for all. The recent migration wave to Sweden has made some people poor and others very, very rich. It is all about money, and it is about winners and losers.
  • If liberal journalists outside Sweden believe that rape is humanitarian, then Sweden has a humanitarian migration policy.
  • Meanwhile, thousands of “unaccompanied refugee children” are disappearing. and no one knows where they are.
  • There is nothing “noble” in Sweden’s migration policy — far from being a good example of how a migration policy should function, it is a disaster, and its final result is chaos, conflict, and corruption.

When you talk to journalists from the U.S. or the UK, they often seem to think that Sweden is a humanitarian superpower that has received refugees because the Swedish government is following some ideology based on doing good deeds.

That Sweden is a humanitarian superpower, eager to lead by example, is a myth that needs exposing once and for all. The recent migration wave to Sweden has made some people poor and others very, very rich.

Every day one reads news in Sweden about the winners and the losers in the migration industry. One of the winners in Sweden’s migration industry is ICA Bank. In November 2015, it invoiced the Swedish Migration Agency $8 million for providing asylum seekers prepaid cards. For every cash withdrawal, ICA Bank takes a $2 fee, and for every prepaid card activated, it takes $21. ICA Bank won the contract without any competition; its contract with the Migration Agency extends to March 2017.

Many asylum accommodations in Sweden are run by private operators and are making huge profits. In 2015, the 30 largest companies that run the asylum accommodations invoiced the Swedish Migration Agency an estimated $109 million. The losers, on the other hand, were the Swedish taxpayers who had to finance these decisions.

In November 2015, it was reported that Sweden’s Migration Agency had paid $174 million during an 11-month period to private sector property owners for asylum seekers’ accommodation.

Many of the companies running the asylum accommodations have a profit margin of over 50%.Defakon Renting AB has a profit margin of 68%. Nordic Humanitarian AB has a profit margin of 58%. Fastigheterna på Kullen AB has a profit margin of 50%.

The biggest private company running asylum accommodations, Jokarjo AB, is owned by Bert Karlsson, known in Sweden primarily as director of a record label. In the early 1990s, Mr. Karlsson was the leader and founder of a political party, New Democracy, that advocated reducing immigration to Sweden. Between 1991 to 1994, as a representative of his party, he sat in the Swedish parliament. In 2015, his company billed the Swedish Migration Agency $23.9 million. Mr. Karlsson explained his business plan for running a home for asylum seekers in a simple sentence: “My idea is to make it cheaper and better than anyone else.”

One method he used to make his business more profitable is that asylum seekers have to buy their own toilet paper, apparently despite having agreed with the Migration Agency to provide asylum seekers with toilet paper, sanitary napkins and diapers. In December 2015, the Swedish media revealed that asylum seekers have to buy all these products themselves.

One can only imagine the situation for asylum accommodations run by minor private operators.

This is what the Swedish “humanitarian superpower” is actually about. It is all about money, and it is about winners and losers.

The companies running the asylum accommodations are becoming rich at the Swedish taxpayers’ expense; at the same time, asylum accommodations are not managed properly.

More here.

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