DAILYKENN.com -- Creating fake sob stories for refugees is big business in Sweden.
Once again the "asylum" hoax is verified. They're not refugees. They're invaders.
From sputniknews.com ▼
No legal reason for staying in Sweden? No problem, as plenty of "asylum dealers" offering false online histories, fabricated refugee stories and counseling on how to trick the authorities has been revealed operating in the Nordic country - with tacit endorsement from the authorities.
A widespread network of "asylum dealers" providing fake asylum stories to people seeking residence permits in Sweden has been revealed by Swedish Radio.
"I had been rejected and was afraid that they would expel me back to Iran. Then I heard that there were people who could help one out with asylum," a client of "asylum dealers" named "Hamid" (assumed name) told Swedish Radio. "I was able to buy a blog critical of the regime that had been active for several years. I took it over and then they helped me update it as if it had always been mine," "Hamid" explained. With the help of this new false evidence, he was able to gain a residence permit in Sweden.
After hearing several similar stories and discovering a plethora of websites providing both false asylum stories and helping to obtain visas on dubious grounds, Swedish Radio staff contacted one of them under the pretense of smuggling an Iranian brother to Sweden, emphasizing that the man had no legal protection reasons.
The journalists were immediately offered a deal, in which the "brother" would be provided a networking history as a regime critic and receive counseling on how to present his legend in a more advantageous light. The "brother" would also receive an invitation from a company as a valid visa reason. Lastly, he would also receive background evidence on how to present his fictional asylum report to the Migration Board.
The price for the entire package, which allegedly came with a "100 percent guarantee," was approximately SEK 60,000 ($7,100).
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