Sweden seems suddenly to have shifted gears, both on its immigration policy and now in hunting for refugees who are hiding.
The drive to be “tolerant” has now been apparently replaced by the drive for survival, but it took a bloody jihad attack to force change, and it isn’t clear yet how sincere or thoroughgoing the change really is. What are other Western countries waiting for before they decide to implement responsible immigration policies? Jihad attacks are imminent in Europe; the jihadis have been invited in by their infidel hosts.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Sweden also has only 200 police officers working on finding the missing migrants. Police have suffered brutality from Muslim gangs in no-go zones, and most are ready to quit. Sweden has also not indicated what it will do once it finds the hidden refugees. The worst jihadis among them are likely hiding in the no-go zones, and are further radicalizing the community.
“Sweden wants more manpower to find 10K rejected refugees in hiding after one commits terror attack”, RT, April 12, 2017:
The force of 200 officers tasked with tracking down the thousands of migrants that have gone into hiding in Sweden needs to be substantially boosted, the country’s border police chief said after a rejected refugee carried out a terrorist attack in Stockholm.
“We certainly need more resources. We need a few hundred employees, maybe more,” Patrik Engstrom, head of Sweden’s national border police, told Dagens Nyheter newspaper, noting that “above all” the country needs more police officers to “take part in immigration control [operations]”
Approximately 1,200 Swedish police officers are currently involved in border control at their national operative department (NOA) and seven police regions, but the majority is assigned to operations securing the country’s external borders, such as passport control…