At least 245,000 Swedish pensioners live below the poverty line—and the primary reason for this because ethnic Swedes are not entitled to the state’s full maximum housing allowance, which is as privilege reserved only for nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees in that country, a new government report has said.
According to an official report from the Swedish Pensions Agency, the 245,000 poor pensioners, who make up 12 percent of all retirees in the country, are made up of 162,000, and many others described as “vulnerable single adults.” The figures show that the older a pensioner is in Sweden, the more likely they are to fall into poverty.
Eurostat, the European Statistical Office, has previously calculated in a separate report that the rate of poverty among Swedish pensioners may be as high as 17 to 20 percent.
The report was released during the same week that Swedish media admitted that nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees were costing Swedish taxpayers “more than had been predicted.”
According to the report, a single invader cost €7,184 per year, and that currently, all of the invaders already present in Sweden will cost a €347 billion over their lifetime.
Every financial year the Swedish government pays €5.96 billion Euros to the nonwhites in the form of welfare benefits, a cost that multiple studies have shown is unsustainable. Since 2015, over 830,000 invaders have entered Sweden.
Sweden’s winters are of course very cold, and many Swedish pensioners are struggling to heat their homes during the bad weather months, let alone afford the basic necessities of life.
This explains why populist parties like the ‘Swedish Democrats’ and ‘Alternative for Sweden’ are rising in the polls ahead of September’s general election, with immigration shown to be the number one voting issue among the electorate.