El pasado otoño se pudo de moda en los círculos políticos europeos el llamado “modelo escandinavo”, sin embargo, parece ser que no es oro todo lo que reluce. Con motivo de las elecciones nacionales que tendrán lugar el próximo otoño, Fjordamn hace un repaso a la situación económica, política y social del “·paraíso sueco”. El panorama que presenta no puede ser más desolador: el de un país a punto de ser engullido por una inmigración que promueven unas élites politicas y culturales desconectadas de los ciudadanos:
… “Sweden’s official unemployment rate of 4.8 percent, many economists say, is distorted by the omission of people in government-financed retraining programs. The labor unions calculate the real figure at closer to 8 percent.” In fact, some Swedes believe that the real unemployment rate may be three times as big as even this higher estimate. Hans Karlsson, a leftwing heavyweight, concluded that true unemployment was more in the ballpark of 20-25%, not 5% as the government was claiming. Even the official numbers show that the Swedish economic model is in serious trouble. Young adults born in the 1980’s have an appreciably lower standard of living in Sweden than older generations. We can already see some major cracks in the Swedish welfare state. Sweden is struggling to pay the bills for the tens of thousands of workers on long-term disability and an expanding group of young people leaving the workforce altogether on so-called “early retirement.” 500,000 people are on early retirement in Sweden today, 68,000 of whom are between the ages of 20 and 40. “If the sick-leave levels in Sweden really were an indicator of how sick we are, we would be facing a plague here,” as one commentator put it.
¿20 a 25% de paro real y los políticos siguen promoviendo la inmigración? ¿68.000 prejubilados de entre 20 y 40 años? Eso no puede seguir así mucho tiempo. Para colmo de males la situación política y social que describe es mucho peor. El diagnóstico es este:
The reality is that the “Swedish model” in 2006 no longer refers to a stable and peaceful state with an advanced economy, but increasingly to a Eurabian horror story of utopian Multiculturalism, Socialist mismanagement and runaway immigration. The strains caused by immigration are now so large that unless something serious is done about this, pretty soon Sweden will face the same kind of riots we have recently seen in France, and will approach the point of permanent ethnic and religious strife.
The Swedish general elections are just a few months away, and this time, Muslim immigration needs to be raised to the very top of the public agenda. Failing to do so now could have potentially disastrous consequences later. Time is running out, both for Sweden and for much of Western Europe.
Y sin embargo no parece que vayan a reaccionar. Suecia podría ser el primer país definitivamente eurabizado.
Léelo entero: The New York Times and Sweden: The Dark Side of Paradise