The welfare industrial complex

One of the main obstacles to any real change in Swedish migration policy before it is finally, relentlessly, forced by the circumstances, is spelled “the welfare industrial complex”.

Many Swedes and “new arrivals” have been made dependent on the taxpayer-funded welfare industrial complex for their livelihoods, either as nursing objects or as employees. Therefore, this monster is entirely dependent on the fact that imports of needy, helpless, resource-intensive problem children from dysfunctional cultures continue and increase to create employment for a rapidly growing “Swedish” population with just as fast declining competence and declining ability to perform any productive tasks at all.

But as Hans Werthén, a heavyweight in Swedish industry, once said: “We can’t make a living on washing each other’s shirts”

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