Oh, but nothing ever completely disappears on the Internet.What a shame @HuffingtonPost... @zokrates wrote a solid article, and it has been taken down. Sad! pic.twitter.com/emoQ9ElSHv— Hutch (@LawlessPirate) February 23, 2017
The website posted the story at 5:29 a.m., and deleted it later. But I have it.
From the piece:
But the immigration problem is not only a Swedish predicament. The truth is, that several European cities have huge immigration problems where even the police force is afraid to interfere in some locations in these cities. UK, France and several other European countries are changing rapidly with extreme quantity of immigration.
I’m not saying immigration is only bad, but a lot of problems come with poor immigration policy, as consequences we get violence, terror and gangs. The fact is that the press here in Europe hasn’t doing their job properly. There is this fear for journalists to not report the basic truth -- which is that Europe has enormous problems that comes from liberal immigration politics, and as we also now can see in Sweden, but also here in Norway.
But it’s not political correct for journalists to say or write that immigration in Europe is unsuccessful. When that said, most of the people that come from other countries are behaving flawless and are a gift to our society, but then again to report that everything is all good is simply wrong and these journalists should find another job, because they do not have enough integrity that requires to be decent journalist.Writer René Zografos is not the only hair-on-fire liberal to admit that there is a problem when you import people of a different race, different religion, different culture, different language, different alphabet, and even a different direction of reading that alphabet.
From Joan Vennochi of the Boston Globe today:
Countries like Sweden are taking in the huddled masses we don’t want. Under Trump, this country is also now prepared to send back those who managed to make it here. I hate the anti-immigrant sentiment that fuels Trump’s policies. I admire those countries that look at refugees and see desperate human beings, not hate-filled terrorists. But the influx of people in need of food, shelter, jobs, and a secure future does create problems for the host country. Ignoring that reality gives Trump license to continue his campaign to delegitimize the mainstream news media.
“Give the public a break, “ he tweeted. “The FAKE NEWS media is trying to say that large scale immigration in Sweden is working out just beautifully. NOT!”
As Sweden’s prime minister, Stefan Lofven, acknowledged, even as he disputed Trump’s assessment, “We have challenges, no doubt about that.”
Decrying every presidential tweet and utterance undercuts the media’s ability to call out Trump for words and actions with truly serious consequences. It also ignores the real social problems that must be addressed when refugees descend upon a country kind and generous enough to embrace them.The fears are real. President Trump is not capitalizing on them. Trump is trying to allay them.
Liberals are trying to ignore them.
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