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Sweden update: We don’t want to live with “bad spirits”…

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 19, 2012

….get us out of here!

Just this past Sunday we reported that a mansion in rural Glava, Sweden had been purchased to house African refugees.  Now, according to Tundra Tabloids the new residents are protesting their living conditions.  They say there are “bad spirits” in the historic building.

I suspect their problem largely involves not wanting to live way out in the boonies!

ASYLUM DISTRESS: Those living at Glava asylum castle, Arvika, demonstrated monday against their living conditions. Apparently, they are used to a better standard from their MENA home countries than what this castle environment, surrounded by a beautiful nature, can offer.

It is not totally clear what they concretely are more displeased with, but starting from the hand-witten cardboard pieces displayed by the demonstrators, we can conclude that the issue is that the castle ghost does not like the new guests. On one of the signs it says that they cannot sleep at night, and on another (see image above), we can read as follows: ‘In this hotel is the presence of a bad spirit!!!

Hey, Sweden, good luck with that!

For new readers:  Type ‘Sweden’ into our search function and learn more about the problems “welcoming” Sweden is having with its ever-expanding immigrant population.

3 Responses to “Sweden update: We don’t want to live with “bad spirits”…”

  1. […] to the arrival of refugees to be housed in a historic mansion in their town, here.   And, LOL!, then remember the refugees said, ‘get me out of here, there are […]


  2. I found a photo of the palace given to those ungrateful beasts.

    The Swedes would be suicidal fools to give in to those beasts.


  3. HAHAHA! Maybe the Swedes buried a swine there, ala the Spaniard M.O.

    What a pack of ungrateful BEASTS. I hope the Swedes give them the proverbial finger.


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