Swedish town to “integrate” Muslim invaders (mostly military aged males) by housing them with elderly Swedish pensioners. The first residents have moved into a new housing project that mixes seniors with Muslim foreigners who came to Sweden as unaccompanied “minors” seeking asylum. They are required to socialize with each other.
DW The “SällBo” project in the Swedish city of Helsingborg aims to combat loneliness among the elderly at the same time as helping former child refugees integrate by housing them side-by-side in the same building. There are 31 flats for retired people and 20 for 18- to 25-year-olds, ten of which are reserved for people who arrived in Sweden as unaccompanied child asylum-seekers (despite the fact that most of them were adults).
“It’s not only the first in Sweden,” says Dragana Curovic, an integration specialist at Helsingborgshem, the city’s municipal housing company. “Our constellation is unique anywhere in the world.” (And you can be sure it will not be duplicated in any country that still has some semblance of sanity)
Curovic and her colleague hatched the idea for their integration project two years later, when considering whether to convert two floors back into assisted housing for the elderly and leave the bottom level for young immigrants. In the end, they decided it would be better to mix the groups together. (Apparently these people are on drugs)
“We thought, ‘okay, we have this house, and we have these needs, and we know that there are a lot of lonely people. Why don’t we do an integration project, where there are different kinds of people?'”
Curovic believes old people can feel cut off even if they frequently meet other pensioners. “They easily feel excluded from their community because most of the information they have comes either from people of their own age or from the media,” she says. “So I think that loneliness is not only sitting at home alone.”
Immigrants to Sweden frequently end up living in highly segregated areas where more than 80 percent of people are first or second-generation immigrants (Because they refuse to assimilate and prefer to live in parallel societies). Those who arrived in Sweden as unaccompanied child refugees often have no relationship at all with a Swedish adult who has not been employed to look after them.
Her hope is that by meeting and working together with elderly Swedes, the young men will improve their cultural understanding and absorb practical skills they would normally have learnt from their parents (Robbing, harassing, raping, etc).
Former child asylum-seekers face a lot of stigma in Sweden (see videos below for why they do), so Curovic hopes the project will also help them understand that not everyone in Sweden views them with suspicion. (Anyone who doesn’t is a fool)
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