As we are informed, integration is discrimination and repatriation is respect, so it is good to see that Sweden has announced it will be respecting half of the migrants who arrived in 2015 to their home nations.
Sweden intends to expel up to 80,000 migrants who arrived in 2015 and whose application for asylum has been rejected, Interior Minister Anders Ygeman said on Wednesday. “We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000,” the minister was quoted as saying by Swedish media, adding that the government had asked the police and authorities in charge of migrants to organise their expulsion….
Ygeman said the expulsions, normally carried out using commercial flights, would have to be done using specially chartered aircraft, given the large numbers, staggered over several years.
Sweden, which is home to 9.8 million people, is one of the European Union countries that has taken in the largest number of refugees in relation to its population. Sweden accepted more than 160,000 asylum seekers last year.
It appears to be a good start, anyhow. Once the Swedish Democrats take power, we can safely expect the other half to be respected, and more than a few of the migrants who arrived before then.