>form of their lives
>still only 3 points clear from City
I honestly think he's just doing most of it as some sort of joke or roleplaying by now
I was in switzerland for a while. The swiss were cunt to a man, but met many chill swedes. All due respect, but I think, on balance, I'd rather go back to switzerland than take the risk of discovering POL is right.
The Swede is telling the truth. It's mostly just misinformed banter. It's true that Sweden has a slight problem with all that stuff, but it's nowhere near the amount that /pol/ suggests.
Honestly finlandbro the only thing that has gotten worse over the last few years is we've started to get gypsies begging outside of our ICA and Lidl. Five years ago I could proudly say I'd never seen a gypsy in Sweden, now they're at every subway station in Stockholm.
However, they don't really affect anyone since they basically live outside the system and only come here for six months at a time to beg and then fuck off back to Bulgaria
Malmö has what is probably the worst neighbourhood in Sweden, Rosengård
Göteborg also has a few problems
So yeah the immigrants are basically being shunted to low income areas in these cities. It's not the immigrants that are the problem, but their kids. These second generation fuckwits basically grow up in a neighbourhood were ethnic swedes are the minority, so they never learn to speak swedish correctly and basically fall away from society. So yeah, we're basically at the same point where France was 20 years ago. However I do realize it's only going to go downhill from here.
Sure you have la.
So has Finland.
Yeah, that's pretty much how it goes. Hope your country gets it's shit together. Hopefully the planned educational laws will do some good.
This is actually quite interesting. I've been to Goteborg and the other cities close to the Norwegian border but I didn't notice much of a problem.
The main issue is that minorities will cluster together and not have the need of adapting to a new culture. Their kids will grow up with a bastardized version of he culture of the country they live in and the one they're parents are from. From there it usually goes downhill unless the children seek higher education.