Sweden gets crazier and crazier as it tries to do the impossible–integrate Middle Easterners.
Naturally, the government is behind this madness.
DOMESTIC. Over a million in grants from Göteborg city has gone into putting vulnerable Angered map by starting a camel center. Politicians have already imported 1,500 liters kamelmölk, which according to an MP’s profile can “help against autism,” reports the Göteborgs-Posten.
The initiator Géza Nagy says lyrically GP about the planned camel park.
– The largest source of income will be from tourism. There is a huge interest in camels both in Sweden and abroad. We expect tourists from around the world, including from Japan and China, he said.
The idea is that tourists will be able to both ride and pat the camels, and that some 20 people to be employed in order to improve the so-called integration of immigrants from the Arab world.
But even though the project received a million in contributions from taxpayers, including 500,000 kronor in “integration agent” from the city of Gothenburg, and the work going on for years is lit camel center still absent, reports GP. According to Nagy required two million in grants to build stables, paddocks and roads.
Meanwhile, the people behind the tax-funded project camel riding on study in Germany and Kazakhstan, stängslat the ground for 125,000 – and imported 1,500 liters of camel milk from Holland.
Malin Larsson, ecologists Semitic Councillor in Skara, has been involved in selling camel milk to private individuals. A Facebook page titled “I want camel milk NOW” and 70 followers have created. GP says Malin Larsson that there are studies that show that camel milk helps to autism in children. The message can also be found on advertising posters set up in Angered.
GP has revealed that a total of 32 million in tax money on integrating immigrants in northeastern Gothenburg with the help of, among other things mushrooms, goat and horse mower. The idea is that immigrants from the Middle East and Africa will be integrated by engaging in cultivation and animal husbandry by including sheep, goats, mountain cattle and camels.