In addition to posing financial difficulties and severe integration problems, it’s been found that the migrant crisis in Sweden has a morbid underside in the form of unethical sexual relations between the newcomers and staff.
Three women employed at a refugee accommodation center in Örnsköldsvik Municipality were discovered to have started intimate relationships with unaccompanied tenants in their teens. The incident was ultimately discovered by the municipality and the police were contacted.
The ladies later resigned, whereupon an internal investigation of the incident began, the Nyheter Idag news outlet reported.
Mats Gidlund, Head of Social Assistance in the municipality of Örnsköldsvik, stated that the municipality must work to establish a clear boundary between the private and the professional in interactions between employees and residents.
“This is clearly remarkable. Because we also think that what is happening is serious, we have reported it to both the police and the Health and Social Care Inspectorate (IVO),” Mats Gidlund told the Allehanda daily.
Previously, an investigation was launched into a local refugee center in the town of Åmål, where a female employee reportedly gave a lap dance and had intimate relations with underage inmates.
The debate was intensified after Youtubers Videomannen and En Arg Blatte Talar (also known as Angry Foreigner) made a series of videos featuring copious numbers of middle-aged Swedish women posing with “refugee children,” some of which appear to be in their thirties, in a suggestive manner.
“What Sweden really has done here is the biggest import of gigolos in human history. Then, taxpayers have been made to pay for this immoral sex party and call it ‘humanism,’” EABT told the Nyheter Idag outlet. “This is not a migrant crisis, this is a globalist brothel,” he argued.
EABT mentioned over a dozen cases where Swedish women who worked with asylum seekers were revealed to have sex with them. In a few of the cases he mentions, police investigations have been started, whereas other cases led to internal investigations.
In 2015, Sweden received a record 35,000 asylum applications from “lone children,” followed by 2,200 in 2016. In 2016 alone, “unaccompanied children” cost Swedish taxpayers 26 billion SEK ($3 bln), although medical investigations later showed that a three out of four were in fact much older than initially stated and deliberately lied about their age.