Sweden Now One-Fifth Non-Swedish
January 31, 2010, 05:25 PM
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Increasing immigration has been accumulating diversity in the far north.
Fifth of Swedish population foreign, The Local, January 29, 2010

Latest figures from Statistics Sweden reveal that in the last 50 years the number of foreigners living in Sweden or those with two foreign-born parents has risen from four to nearly 20 percent.

A new report from Statistics Sweden (Statistiska Centralbyr??n, SCB) reveals there are around 1.6 million foreigners currently residing in the country from a total population of 9.3 million.

Annika Klinterfeldt, SCB population analyst told The Local the numbers are not surprising, with the total now surpassing 17 percent and edging ever closer to the 20 percent mark.

"If we look at the trend over the last 50 years we can see growth in number of between 0.1-0.2 percent every year.

"Back in 1960, foreigners or those with two foreign-born parents made up four percent of the population. It's been quite high for the last few years and we expect it to continue," she added. [...]

Included in the Asian category, but not subdivided in the yearly report, are 142,053 Iraqis, 75,175 Iranians, 44,415 Lebanese, 35,886 Syrians, 27,552 Thais, 21,322 Chinese, 20,111 Vietnamese, 18 534 Indians, 14,292 Afghans, 9,818 Filipinos, 10,831 Koreans (North and South), and 10,823 Pakistanis.

The Tube below is an old Fox News segment, but it encapsulates the difficulty well. The problem is not just the growing percentage of foreign-born people, but the hostile Muslim ideology of many.