Norway is not civilized, a fraudulent asylum seeker—who has since fled back to the Middle East after fleecing European taxpayers of thousands of euros—has told the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK.
The astonishing interview with the “asylum seeker”—who has now withdrawn her asylum application and gone back home to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)—was carried by NRK under the headline “Asylum Camp Not Fit for Humans” (Nov. 26, 2015).
In the interview, the “asylum seeker” openly admits the fraud she perpetrated in coming to Europe as a “refugee.”
Firstly, she said, she had been living in Dubai, far away from any “war zone,” for years before the war even began, when she decided to invade Europe.
Secondly, she said, she paid thousands of euros to get to Norway—hardly the “poor impoverished fleeing refugee” which she claimed to be upon arrival.
Thirdly, she travelled via Russia—the longest and most “safe” route she could find.
Lastly, she freely admitted that the only reason why she undertook the journey in the first place was “to get a European passport,” not to actually seek asylum.
She told NRK that she was happy to be “back in Dubai” where she “lives in luxury”—courtesy of a 20,000 krone “relocation package” granted to her by the Norwegian government—this after already costing the Norwegian taxpayers untold thousands in related costs.
The interview with “Aisha”—not her real name—was conducted in Dubai, where she had once again established her residence after leaving Norway, NRK said.
She started off by explaining why she decided to go to Norway:
It is said that Norway is the best country for refugees. So I visited some web sites that promoted asylum applications to Norway. There are many Facebook and other Arabic websites which promote asylum seeker travel to Norway. There it is said that you can get 3,000 krone (about $350) per month as an asylum seeker, and that you will get a house.
A Facebook page encouraging “asylum seekers” to come to Norway. The posters read “You are welcome in Norway” in Arabic.
“Aisha” is originally from Syria, the NRK report continued, but moved to Dubai “several years” before the war in Syria even started.
Then, when it became apparent that European nations were offering “asylum” to “war refugees” from Syria, she decided to exploit the offer and obtained a visa to go to Russia as a tourist.
Once in Russia, she then then followed what NRK called the “popular route to Norway” used by invaders which runs over Storskog in Finland.
The journey which the fake asylum seeker “Aisha” took to get to Norway, from Abu Dhabi via Russia to Norway and Storskog.
The airfare to Moscow and her stay there cost her 60,000 krone ($7000), she told NRK. In addition, she paid “over 40,000 krone (nearly $5000) to the smuggler who brought her to the Norwegian border.”
From Storskog she was sent to the emergency reception center at Tingnes in Hedmark, and from there she was moved to the asylum center in Sjøvegan in Troms.
The picture “Aisha” took of the “asylum” accommodation in Sjøvegan.
It was here that she first realized that she had given up luxury in Dubai for the reality of an “asylum accommodation” in Norway, telling NRK:
Honestly, I was shocked. I thought Norway was more modern and more civilized. It was so cold there. Cold in all respects. We stayed in a very small village, with only two supermarkets. We had to walk for an hour to get there. And then you had to carry all the heavy goods back to the reception, on your own feet. It was very tough for me.
It turned out that the claim about 3,000 krone per month was true, but she was very unhappy to discover that out of this money, the “asylum seekers” were expected to buy and cook their own food.
She complained about the food as well to NRK:
The food! It was the biggest problem. It was neither organic or natural. We had not enough vegetables, and not enough food. And meat! It was full of blood. During the two months I was there, I ate no meat.
A picture “Aisha” took of the beds in the “asylum” accommodation.
The living quarters were, she continued, not fit for humans:
At the reception center, you live in apartments that can accommodate six people, with its own kitchen and bathroom. Each applicant shares an apartment with one other. We were six women, and the rooms were very, very small. And the beds were for children. If one turned to the right or left, you would fall out. The conditions were very bad. The camp was not suitable for humans, and I could not stay there.
As a result, she said, she decided to withdraw her asylum application and go home. To help her along, she received 20,000 krone from the Norwegian state, through the International Organization for Migration (IOM), which distributes repatriation money on behalf of the Norwegian authorities.
Back in Dubai, the NRK said, she “could finally return to the life to which she was accustomed.”
A picture of the kitchen of “Aisha’s” apartment bedroom in Dubai in Dubai, and below, her fully-equipped kitchen at home.
She even gave NRK pictures of her new apartment in Dubai, which she boasted, was “luxurious.” She has a nice kitchen with modern appliances, a living room, a “huge” bed—and, a car.
When she goes to the supermarket, there are “always people who carry goods from her cart to her car,” she said.
She confirmed that she knows “many Syrians who have traveled to Norway to seek asylum even if they come from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, or Kuwait.” All of these countries, NRK pointed out, are “peaceful and prosperous societies.”
Finally, NRK asked Aisha why she had even undertaken the journey in the first place. She answered:
I came to Norway to be Norwegian. To get another passport. Everyone wants to get a European passport, not only myself.