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Sep 02 2019

European Version of Democrat Death Spiral Hits Filipstad

The small town of Filipstad is experiencing a Swedish version of the Democrat Death Spiral, which was earlier described as “a vicious cycle by which miserable economic conditions lead to government dependency and class envy, leading to Democrat electoral victories, leading to higher taxes and crippling regulations, leading to still more miserable economic conditions.”

America already had an unassimilable underclass, which converted Detroit from the “Paris of the Midwest” to what it is today. Swedish politicians have to import their unassimilable underclass from the Third World. The way it works over there, the virtue-signaling government brings in massive numbers of needy “refugees”; native Swedes become tired of getting bled dry to support them and leave; the tax base shrinks, requiring ever higher taxes to support the needy refugees.

The odds of anyone but a socialist getting elected in a region that has been destroyed by this process are nil. The socialists will make every effort to bring in more refugees.

Breitbart reports:

Filipstad took in many asylum seekers during the migrant crisis of 2015 and now [is] facing increasing costs as unemployment among migrants has surged and financial assistance rates have tripled, broadcaster SVT reports.

There are jobs available in Filipstad. But they require qualifications that the colonists do not have.

The same thing is happening in the much larger city of Gothenburg. Malmö is already probably lost; the unemployment rate there is twice the national average and is likely to rise still higher as native Swedes are driven out.

Regarding the country as a whole,

A 2018 report stated that the unemployment rate for native Swedes was a mere 3.6 per cent while the foreign-born rate was much higher at 19.9 per cent.

If you want to see the near-term future of Europe, visit Detroit. The long-term future will look more like Mogadishu.

On a tip from Feet2Fire.



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