Leftist claims that the nonwhite invasion of Sweden would “boost the economy” have been destroyed by the news that only 500 out of 182,270 “asylum seekers” are actually working in that country after two years.
This works out at 0.27 percent of the total—with all the rest parasiting off the Swedish taxpayers.
According to a report in the SVT Nyheter, only 494 invaders have actually found work since arriving in Sweden.
The SVT Nyheter pointed out that “asylum seekers” are only allowed to work legally once they have fulfilled all the basic requirements—which include having a photographic identity document.
The total lack of documentation among the invaders—most had long since thrown away whatever identification papers they did have when they first invaded Europe—has meant that by the end of 2015, only a third of the invasion force had actually been authorized to work.
This meant that of the 160,000 who landed in Sweden during 2015, only 52,800 were legally allowed to work. When the 494 who did start working is expressed as a percentage of those legally allowed to work, it means that only 0.9 percent are working.
Expressed as a percentage of the total number of nonwhite invaders who arrived in Sweden in 2015 and 2016, this percentage drops to 0.27 percent.
Meanwhile, a report in the Sydsvenskan newspaper has revealed that 10,665 invaders have “voluntarily departed” from Sweden since January 2015.
Invaders who choose to leave Sweden voluntarily have their flights paid, and are given 30,000 Swedish kronor ($3,577) per adult in cash.
For the first eight months of 2016, this figure has reached 4,542 invaders who withdrew their “asylum” applications.
At the same time, the number of invaders applying for “asylum” in Sweden has dropped from the 2015 record number of 162,000, to 19,270 in 2016—mainly as a result of the actions of the Eastern European nations such as Hungary which erected fences and cut down the “Balkan route” invasion path.
Sweden also introduced photo ID border checks and temporary residence permit requirements to enter the country after even pro-invasion liberals were forced to admit that they had been overrun.
The 10,665 “voluntary departures” include invaders who withdrew their applications for asylum, and those who have been refused asylum.
In June this year, a new law was introduced which ruled that invaders who had had their “asylum” applications rejected, automatically lost their “right” to a daily cash allowance and housing.
Around 2,500 invaders have had their grants cancelled so far, but the number in that group who have left Sweden is in the region of one hundred.