Re: Re: Demise of the Euro closer? – Ignore this if it bores you



I think Ardun it was your post which went off topic. 🙂

I have read your interesting post for which I thank you. The listed items with a few exceptions confirm to me how well Sweden is governed and how much hope there is for the future prosperity of the nation..

The point is the open door policies and human rights legislation of the European Union have led to the current situation you describe. Your blame should lie with the EU project not your nation states attempts to deal with it.

Once you sign international treaties you have to adopt political policies compatible with the sentiment of those treaties.

How would you suggest you deal with the mass immigration in Sweden? Return them to their origins?

Positive discrimination is a tool to encourage inclusiveness. Doing nothing to help immigrants get a start in the country only creates a problem potentially more violent and destructive in the long run. The human rights movements in the USA is an example of how any persecuted and excluded minority will eventually rise up.

The political right always see immigration as a problem. They wistfully cast their eyes towards a mythical time when their country was a wonderful place to live. That view is just that, a myth. Like childhood always being a better place to be.

The fact is the world is a different place. You cannot put the genie back in the bottle. Unless you deal with mass immigration in a constructive and positive way, war and conflict will eventually engulf future generations.