Sweden faces insurmountable problems as the country is heading for a demographic disaster.
Sixty percent of Malmo residents under age 44 have immigrant background warned former Member of the Swedish Parliament Erik Almqvist - who currently resides in Hungary - on his Facebook page. The Swedish politician cited data released by the Swedish office for national statistics.
In 2002, 47% of the population of Malmo under the age 44 had foreign background; this figure rose to 59.4% in 2016, while in 2017 more than 60% of the population of the third most populous city in Sweden have foreign background.
In the Swedish capital, Stockholm, in 2016 this figure increased to 46.7% from 39.2% in 2002.
In 2002, 38,7% of the population of Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg had foreign background and this number rose to 47.5% in 2016.
The data released by Erik Almqvist came from a Swedish statistical database.
The term foreign background means that at least one parent of the person born outside of Sweden.
In his post, the Swedish politician highlighted the age group under 44 years because in this group women still can reproduce.
A recent study by the London-based pollster YouGov showed that the anti-immigration, Eurosceptic Swedish Democrats are the most popular political party in the Scandinavian country. Sweden next parliamentary elections are held in September 2018.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said many times in the past that Hungary welcomes genuine western European refugees that have to flee their homeland because of mass migration.
Today, the heads of V4 countries - Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary - signed a declaration in Warsaw confirming that they fight against mass migration and the mandatory distribution of quotas by the EU to the death.
(alfahir.hu - hungarianambiance.com)