The population is growing, but fewer and fewer Swedes. Mass migration is radically transforming Swedish society, statistics show. More than 400,000 people have arrived in the ten million countries in ten years, most districts in Malmö already have a majority of immigrant backgrounds, and crime statistics are deteriorating dramatically. According to the Swedish Crime Prevention Council, Sweden already had the highest number of shootings in 2019, and a record number of homicides in 2020, which is becoming increasingly difficult for the Swedish indigenous population to bear. Britta Kjellin, for example, almost emigrated from Sweden and moved to Hungary, according to Kossuth Radio’s Sunday Newspaper.
The full broadcast can be listened to here.
The Swedish family moved to Hungary from central Sweden in 2018 to ensure the safety of their children. This Sweden is no longer what they grew up with. They have been thinking about moving for 5-6 years now, as through their work they have also come across things that the Swedish media did not present. The couple works as lawyers and have two children. One is 20 years old and the other is 10 years old.
The 20-year-old is already working and says he is feeling very well in Hungary. He says they are much safer here than in Sweden. He said he didn’t live downtown, but not in a bad neighborhood, but on the edge of a good neighborhood. An acquaintance has been killed, neither children nor the elderly are pardoned, it is dangerous to live there. The Swedish media does not report an increase in the crime at all, and often the police do not even go out if they report it. Armed criminals dominate entire neighborhoods.
Britta considers immigration to be catastrophic, which is why they live in Hungary. He said that Swedes are already in the minority in Swedish schools and with the situation there, here you can walk the streets of Budapest at night. His son was already bullied at school because he was Swedish. Integration is a failure and it is not the Swedes who integrate migrants, but vice versa. He said anyone who dares to criticize Swedish migration policy is immediately branded a racist.
Cover photo illustration: Eritrean asylum seekers arrive from Italy at Lulea Airport in Sweden on October 9, 2015. (Photo: MTI / EPA / Robert Nyholm)