‘Refugees’ boozing it on way to Sweden

An original Translation by Liberty Dk.

From this Swedish webzine

To whom do we open our hearts? Vulnerable women and children fleeing from terror and war, or grown men celebrating with alcohol prior to their arrival in Sweden? Nils Eklund was on the ferry between Germany and Sweden and is critical of the media’s image of asylum chaos.

They looked like they were having a great time, he told “Fria Tider” about the partying asylum seekers.
Friday evening Nils Eklund was on the ferry M/S Sassnitz between Sassnitz in Germany to the Swedish town of Trelleborg. On board there were, according to ferry employees, about 300 illegal migrants on their way to seek asylum in Sweden.

At least 90 percent were men, or rather big young men between the age of 20-35. I only saw one family. A veiled woman with two children he tells Fria Tidor. He continued:
The men were very well dressed in the latest fashion. They had mobile phones which they were either using or that they were recharging. They did not lack money for neither food nor drink in the restaurant, nor for purchasing items from the onboard duty free store. They looked like they were having a great time, sort of what you’d expect from a class on a school trip.

Eklund says that he briefly got into conversation with some young Afghan men in the 20-25 age range who had provisioned themselves in the duty free shop.
I think it was a bottle of whiskey they were enjoying. They had small plastic shot glasses. And they were snacking on things like chips and cheese puffs, he says.
Eklund said that he didn’t think that they looked like refugees who had come through a rough time or who had suffered any sort of hardship. He added that quite a few of the Swedish passengers were offended.

The Swedish people should know who it is that is coming to our country. “I hope they send them all back”! one person on board exclaimed.

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14 Replies to “‘Refugees’ boozing it on way to Sweden”

    • This 1926 Eugenics Exhibit Sums up What the Elite Think about You and Your Family
      Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/10/this-1926-eugenics-exhibit-sums-up-what-the-elite-think-about-you-and-your-family/#zPyaJgl6JuFPPKBb.99

      You see, the eugenics movement — which steadily gained popularity for the first nearly 40 years of the 20th century and is the direct reason for forced sterilization laws implemented across America — sought to “breed out” people the elite that ultimately funded and promoted it (the Carnegie Institute and the Rockefeller Foundation, etc.) determined were genetically defective “riff raff” by way of pseudoscience parading as science.

      Victims of eugenics included minorities, the children of Caucasians who interbred with minorities, poor people, people with physical disabilities or who were considered “feeble-minded,” those who were deemed “delinquent,” and really, the list goes on and on (the slope got more and more slippery over time). Eugenics only disappeared from public view when the PR disaster of World War II forced it to. Guess it looked pretty bad after the Nazis began so heavily promoting it.

      Aside from the Eugenics Record Office set up at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island, the movement would train and send field workers around the country to take family pedigrees and compile data used to argue who had good breeding or not and who deserved the right to reproduce or not. They set up exhibits at county fairs for “public education” on eugenic matters. They would even sponsor contests called “Better Baby” and “Fitter Family” at these fairs to judge “human stock” the way other organizations attending county fairs judged other things like prize pigs and heirloom tomatoes.
      Read more at http://freedomoutpost.com/2015/10/this-1926-eugenics-exhibit-sums-up-what-the-elite-think-about-you-and-your-family/#zPyaJgl6JuFPPKBb.99

    • OMG! I grew up in Huntington and Cold Spring Harbor. I graduated from CSH High School and went to summer camp at the labs. Several of my friends have worked at the labs as adults.
      The labs are probably best known for the discovery of DNA by Watson and Crick.
      I had no idea that eugenics was orchestrated from there and I bet 99.99% of the people in the area don’t know that either.

      • The left suppresses all history that makes them look bad, In many ways the abortion mills are continuing the work of the eugenics movement, Their efforts are removing the genes of those stupid enough to go to them from the gene pool. And don’t forget that almost all Planned Parenthood officers are withing walking distance from the black neighborhoods.

    • The population is 300,000,000 not 270,000,000 aand the 270,000,000 million guns are only those the government knows about, many states don’t require registration so the number is really higher.All invaders do so at their own risk.

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    First what he told is that the Germans have a phobia about Nazism and Nazi, whenever anyone says “you are Neo-nazi” the person stops talking, stops expressing his views. The policemen, journalists and politicians talk differently on the record, and differently off the record. So what one see and hear on the media is different from the reality. The German society as well as the municipalities and the boroughs, that take orders from higher ups regarding “refugees,” don’t know how to impelment these orders. Berlin is telling municipalities “we take”, “we accommodate” but the boroughs/municipalities do not know where, how, and how to pay for it. Most immigrants at the moment are accommodated in tent camps/cities which have to be removed. He and the journalists from Poland visited these camps. Although they have seen some women with children, but the majority were males, around 20-25 years old, wearing Nike shoes, shirts from Prada with i-phones in their hands, many of them had very expensive watches, so expensive that many Germans could not afford to buy them.
    Mr. Ozdyk thinks that most of the “refugees” are in reality economic migrants, but he also thinks that majority of them are people who were sent by ISIS to Europe. He thinks so because ISIS brags that among the migrants are many ISIS’s soldiers. .
    German and Austrian security found many ISIS propaganda men among the people waiting for asylum. In Berlin, asylum seekers get food not only from the municipality but also from Salafi people living in Germany. In Berlin’s Centre for Asylum Seekers Salafi distribute food quite openly, they even told people over there, that they are giving food only to Muslim males, not to women and not to non-Muslims. The people working there asked them to leave, however, notice, Salafis got food only for a Muslim males, for them women and children were worthless.
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    (the interview was in a Polish radio WNET)

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