see the formation of parallel societies and enclaves, and in many of
these areas law enforcement as well as emergency response teams are
prevented from doing their jobs. Street law rules and criminal gangs
control the streets.
are about to change! As soon as we get to exercise more of our political
influence, we will steer Sweden on the right track again. We will save
our economy, our beautiful country and our amazing culture. And we will
gladly shoulder the responsibility of cleaning up the political mess
caused by others in order to rebuild our once thriving nation.
stated by the Dublin Regulation that asylum should be sought and, if
motivated, given in the first country of arrival will be the foundation
of swedish migration policies. Those who come from another EU country to
seek asylum in Sweden will be refused entry and will be sent back to
the EU country they came from.
has been refused a request for asylum will no longer be entitled to any
form of monetary assistance from the government, and the return process
will be accelerated. The financial obligations in regards to family
reunion migration will be tightened significantly, and most issued
residence permits will be turned into temporary rather than permanent
ones. Sweden’s borders will be secured and border controls reinstated.
still help others in need, albeit unlikely through a life in Sweden,
particularly in regards to those who come here without a permit. They
will not be allowed entry into our country, and any illegal immigrants
found within our borders will be deported immediately. The only way to a
life in Sweden will be through regulated migration – via well motivated
visa applications or resettlement programs.
assistance will be in the form of shelter, health care, food and other
necessities in the geographic vicinity of the actual crisis area, where
most refugees are located and the needs are by far the greatest. It will
eliminate dangerous journeys and focus on those truly in need,
primarily women and children left behind.