This is a pressing question for Norwegian society, as the importation of cultural enrichment continues to accelerate.
The asylum-seeker industry in Norway is booming, and it is keeping lots of Norwegians employed. At the same time, Norwegian politicians can brag about how generous and kindhearted they are whenever they are invited to speak at the UN or similar organizations — and perhaps get a job with those organizations as a result of it.
One thing is certain: these politicians don’t look after the interests of the Norwegian people, who are being given the short end of the stick.
Articles which describe the lavish treatment given to ‘refugees’ in Norway really get my blood boiling. I have worked hard (physical hard work) all my life and I have hardly received a penny from the Norwegian government. Ever since I first started working in Norway I’ve being fairly close to what you would refer to as ‘working poor’, i.e. living from paycheck to paycheck.
This is due to the insanely high taxes and the cost of living. Even though the salaries are fairly high compared to many other countries, most of it is unfortunately being taken away by the greedy government in the shape of taxes, in order to pay for all this cultural enrichment.
That’s why I find it hard to read about the cushy lifestyle that these so-called ‘refugees’ are enjoying in Norway. They don’t have to move a finger, and they have everything handed to them on a silver platter.
The translated article:
NoK 56 billion spent on training courses for immigrants
An increasing number of immigrants end up outside the workforce despite costly introductory courses and work related training programs.