In 2015, at the height of the refugee crisis, Sweden took in more migrants per capita than any other European country.
Then on April 7 this year a terrorist attack,
in which an Uzbek man, who was a rejected asylum seeker drove a stolen
beer truck into a crowd of shoppers. He ended up killing four people and
wounding 15 others. Sweden quickly changed its refugee policy in the
face of mounting social problems from within.
Armstrong Economics has had sight of a leaked Swedish report that
concludes the Refugee Crisis is now tearing Europe apart. The report has
revealed that the number of lawless areas in Sweden alone has now
reached 61, rising from 55 in just one year.