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Iraqi failed asylum seekers

Marching to Sweden

Svedallas
post 22.Aug.2017, 04:08 PM
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Iraqi asylum seekers in Finland are planning to make their way across the northern border, to claim asylum in Sweden.

Both the Swedish border police and Migration Agency are preparing for an influx of asylum claims.

http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?...artikel=6760969

The failed asylum seekers are responsible for majority of the terrorist attacks.
Shouldn't they be rejected at the border, for safety reasons?
What happens to the Dublin Agreement? This is obviously not the first safe country.
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TLSucks
post 22.Aug.2017, 08:55 PM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 22.Aug.2017, 03:08 PM) *
What happens to the Dublin Agreement? This is obviously not the first safe country.


They have already sought asylum in Finland so they will simply be denied an asylum process in Sweden, in accordance with the Dublin Agreement.
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Svedallas
post 23.Aug.2017, 10:02 AM
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QUOTE (TLSucks @ 22.Aug.2017, 09:55 PM) *
They have already sought asylum in Finland so they will simply be denied an asylum process in Sweden, in accordance with the Dublin Agreement.


Indeed. But in that time, will Sweden need to accept the application? MV will clearly see where they made their first application.
And while they wait (for the rejection), are they not granted rights to resources?

The bill should go back to Finland, where they are sent back to as "first safe" country.
As it seems, refugees can jump from one country to the next - depending on the processing time.

The concern here is the growing gangs made up of rejected asylum seekers, and also, the radicalized ones. Who are targeted from groups, to carry out gang related crime, or potential terrorist attacks. Look at Finland - the asylum seeker was in Sweden first, received rejection, then proceeded to Finland, where he was also rejected.


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Bsmith
post 23.Aug.2017, 10:13 PM
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Oh, I am sure that they will all become valuable members of Swedish society.
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Svedallas
post 5.Sep.2017, 12:46 PM
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QUOTE (Bsmith @ 23.Aug.2017, 11:13 PM) *
Oh, I am sure that they will all become valuable members of Swedish society.


300 Iraqi's are now at the border, and how nice of Migrationsverket to get them buses to go to Borden. So they can get their application rejected, yet again.

They will all go soon enough, underground, because Sweden does not do forced deportation.

No vetting process needed. It could be ISIS for all we know...
Well done Sweden, well done.
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Twiceshy
post 5.Sep.2017, 12:50 PM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 5.Sep.2017, 01:46 PM) *
Sweden does not do forced deportation.


Don't be absurd. Of course "we" do. The word is tvångsavvisning.
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Svedallas
post 5.Sep.2017, 12:59 PM
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QUOTE (Twiceshy @ 5.Sep.2017, 01:50 PM) *
Don't be absurd. Of course "we" do. The word is tvångsavvisning.


Deportation in Sweden is almost "Voluntary".
So we are amongst more and more criminals.
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Twiceshy
post 5.Sep.2017, 01:08 PM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 5.Sep.2017, 01:59 PM) *
Deportation in Sweden is almost "Voluntary".. So we are amongst more and more criminals.


That can be discussed. Your initial claim though, that there are no forced deportations, is erroneous. There are hundreds every month.
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Svedallas
post 5.Sep.2017, 09:12 PM
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QUOTE (Twiceshy @ 5.Sep.2017, 02:08 PM) *
That can be discussed. Your initial claim though, that there are no forced deportations, is erroneous. There are hundreds every month.


Not in Sweden.
Read the thread again, and article.

Why do you think Iraqi's are leaving Finland??
Their police and migration take the deportation orders 10 x more seriously than Sweden.

Here we have Afghans moving from one part of the city to another, AND to top it off, attempting to murder police.

Forced? No.
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Twiceshy
post 5.Sep.2017, 10:25 PM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 5.Sep.2017, 10:12 PM) *
Not in Sweden.. Read the thread again, and article.. Forced? No.


It gets a bit silly when 10 seconds of Googling can prove you wrong.

Here is one of my sources, from May this year.:
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Polisen har därutöver verkställt en rad tvångsavvisningar. I januari verkställdes 329 sådana ärenden, i februari 337, i mars 387 och i april 291.


From: https://www.sydsvenskan.se/2017-05-30/prote...i-avvisningarna

What is your source that there are no forced deportations? You do know that FORCED is the same as TVÅNG, right?
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Svedallas
post 6.Sep.2017, 08:35 AM
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QUOTE (Twiceshy @ 5.Sep.2017, 11:25 PM) *
It gets a bit silly when 10 seconds of Googling can prove you wrong.Here is one of my sources, from May this year.:From: https://www.sydsvenskan.se/2017-05-30/prote...i-avvisn ... (show full quote)


http://www.migri.fi/information_elsewhere/leaving_finland

https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/iraq_ref...ontinue/9407235

Interesting that google proved you wrong in 5 seconds.
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Twiceshy
post 6.Sep.2017, 10:40 AM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 6.Sep.2017, 09:35 AM) *
Muh shifting goalpost


You do know that Sweden is not the same country as Finland (these days) right?

Your claim was "because Sweden does not do forced deportation."

My source https://www.sydsvenskan.se/2017-05-30/prote...i-avvisningarna proves you wrong.

Do you persist in claiming that Sweden does not do forced deportations? A simple yes/no answer will suffice.
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Gjeebes
post 6.Sep.2017, 12:47 PM
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"A simple yes/no answer will suffice."

...he says, as he flicks the light switch on and off 4 times, with a foot stomp in between each flick, whilst firing his pistol into the air 4 times...

You, yes You, are a Muppet!

You are the weakest link.

You are dismissed.
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Svedallas
post 6.Sep.2017, 01:10 PM
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QUOTE (Twiceshy @ 6.Sep.2017, 11:40 AM) *
You do know that Sweden is not the same country as Finland (these days) right? Your claim was "because Sweden does not do forced deportation."My source https://www.s ... (show full quote)


See the migration service link.

How can a newspaper be more of a source that the actual migration services??!
In any case, the real point here is that there is a loophole in the dublin regulation, when refugees are not prohibited in claiming asylum, a second, third, fourth time in another EU country...
How long between Sweden and Finland start to play ping pong.

They will keep shopping, after Sweden, to Denmark, and work their way.
Or they will go underground, and be a valuable asset to Swedish society.
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Twiceshy
post 6.Sep.2017, 01:31 PM
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QUOTE (Svedallas @ 6.Sep.2017, 02:10 PM) *
See the migration service link.


I have. There is nothing there that indicates that "Sweden does not do forced deportation." The official police stats from January this year are here
https://polisen.se/PageFiles/601069/Polisen...om_feb_2017.pdf
See the column for "verkställda polisavvisningar".


QUOTE (Svedallas @ 6.Sep.2017, 02:10 PM) *
actual migration services??!


See the domain suffix. Migri.fi has fuck all to do with Sweden. And I am utterly amused that you do not "get" that.

Let's go back here:
Is the statement "Sweden does not do forced deportation." a true or false statement? Your ability to answer this question honestly is an indication of your grit, or lack thereof.
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