The bill for Swedens uncontrolled Muslim immigration is now due and will have huge consequences for the living standard of Swedes, including the country's competitiveness, welfare, taxes, jobs and salaries. Already now you can hardly go into any shop in Copenhagen or many Norwegian cities without meeting Swedish workers who have immigrated for economic or safety reasons. With the tsunami of refugees produced by overpopulation and followers of the Quran, there is absolutely no reason to think that the pressure on Swedish borders - or any other European border - will reduce in the near future. Fact is that Sweden has 1 million more citizens than in 1990 (current population: 9.5 million), but there is the same amount of people working as in 1990. This means that Swedish workers are now paying for 1 million unemployed - of which a majority is immigrants.
The current forecast, which calls for 120 billion in tax increases, is based on the assumption that immigration will reduce in future years. If immigration instead continues to increase the 120 billion is not enough, says NIER.
Since the financial crisis the Swedish economy has been in a protracted recession. The recovery is primarily driven by domestic demand and exports are going badly...
For the period 2015-2018 the projected tax increases totals 120 billion and means that the current level of 44 per cent tax will increase to over 46 per cent in 2018."
friatider / 10news.dk