Ex-State Secretary: Fears Sweden breakdown

In solemn speeches praised still ‘the humane immigration policy, “but the truth is that the human Swedish immigration policy is dead, the former State Secretary Mikael Sandström. He worked eight years with former Prime Minister Reinfeld (Moderate Party). Sandströms honest and timely settlement with Swedish immigration policy is sensational. He has played a significant role in …

In solemn speeches praised still ‘the humane immigration policy, “but the truth is that the human Swedish immigration policy is dead, the former State Secretary Mikael Sandström. He worked eight years with former Prime Minister Reinfeld (Moderate Party).

Sandströms honest and timely settlement with Swedish immigration policy is sensational. He has played a significant role in the development in Sweden, not only as the Prime Minister’s Deputy Minister, but also as coordinating leader of the Moderate Party and as a participant in immigration policy negotiations in the joint political program cooperation Reinfeldt government signed with the other bourgeois parties (Alliance).

Sandström says it is committed major errors in immigration policy, not least by his own government, but where responsibility for that situation has become so serious only the country’s own. When Sweden last fall received 10,000 asylum seekers – per week (!) – It was obvious that this could not go. There is no way back.

Many people have put their trust in the Immigration Act, but it is a fragile hope:

Large parts of Sweden – makers, journalists and social commentators – is still in mourning process förnekelsefas and hope that the temporary Aliens Act, which applies to the year 2019, will solve all problems. The truth is that the acute migration crisis is not over, we can not return to the previous regime and the problems we face will take decades to manage.

The number of migrants in Sweden is much higher than the country can handle, says Sandström, and it has been over time, yet so Sweden has sent out signals that have got more to come. Not least, he refers to it very little human systemwith unaccompanied children seeking asylum. He also believes that people are tricked into Sweden in delusion that it is easy to stay and acquire education or job.

Sandstrom also points out that the acute crisis is by no means over. The measures deployed to mitigate arrivals are simply not adequate, and in addition, now all family (which we wrote about in the Norwegian context yesterday).

Much of the blame he puts on those who have pushed for the most liberal immigration policies – and cowardice not to deal with these:

A major responsibility for migration policy failure rests with those who are hard pushed demands on generous migration policy without taking into account that this leads to an increased influx of migrants. And of course all of us who dared not or could manage to battle against the supposedly humanitarian arguments.

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