In yet another astounding display of Swedish liberal madness, the mayor of the town of Vimmerby has been forced to announce that his policy of placing “unaccompanied minor” refugee-invaders in spare rooms in already occupied old-age homes is to be reversed after “serious incidents” which threatened the elderly people.
The announcement, made on January 12, 2016 by Mayor Tomas Peterson, reverses his grand announcement made on October 22, 2015, in which the town council said that it was opening up the spare places in the Vimarhaga and Borg Haga old-age homes to the flood of so-called “minor refugee children.”
The October 2015 announcement, which can still be seen on the Vimmerby council website, said that there were three occupied old-age homes in the town—but as they were building a fourth, they considered it their duty to help accommodate “minors under 18” in the spare rooms one of the homes.
The expectation was, the Vimmerby council said, that once the fourth home had been built, then the “children” would move to this new home.
However, two months later, Mayor Peterson seems to have discovered the error of his ways.
According to the Vimmerbytidning newspaper, the Vimarhaga and Borg Haga nursing homes “will soon be emptied of unaccompanied refugee children.”
In an understatement of the goings-on, Mayor Peterson said there “have been a lot of incidents recently,” and so they “now want to empty these places as soon as possible.”
Their first problem was that they discovered that the “unaccompanied minors” were not “children” at all, but “men in their late teens,” he said.
In other words, the nonwhites lied about their ages because they know that “minors” get preferential accommodation treatment from the deluded liberals—who are so enamored with the invaders that they refuse to question their self-provided ages even when their real age is obvious, all for fear of being called “racist.”
Mayor Peterson and his townsfolk seemed to actually be expecting a bunch of children to arrive in the town—when in fact they got a mob of invaders in their late teens/early twenties.
“It has been generally messy, and there have been a lot of incidents,” Mayor Peterson continued.
Pressed as to what these “incidents” were, he admitted that “among other things,” they included “equipment being thrown out of the windows” and “various forms of abuse” to the elderly people.
The Vimmerbytidning added that “older people spoken to by our newspaper feel that the unaccompanied refugee children are generally disruptive and have no respect for the elderly. There is talk of sleepless nights, loud music played late into the evenings, and a general feeling of insecurity in the accommodation.”
Mayor Peterson admitted that the “children” have not “successfully mixed with old people” and that the “unaccompanied refugees” will be moved elsewhere “while we wait for them to get a permanent position elsewhere in Sweden.”