By Arthur Lyons for the Voice of Europe
The former CEO of Scania, a major Swedish truck manufacturer, has warned that the country could be heading for civil war due to unchecked mass immigration from alien cultures.
During an interview with Swebbtv, Leif Östling, the former CEO of Scania and acting chairman of the board of Södertälje Science park said that the arrival of migrants from alien cultures who failed to integrate into Swedish society had created a potentially violent situation, Fria Tider reports:
“We have taken in far too many people from outside Sweden. We need to bear in mind these people come from the Middle East and Africa, from forms of society we left about 100 years ago. Their understanding and perception of society is very different to ours.”
Sexual assaults, gang violence, bombings, organized crime, and unemployment are all at levels previously not seen in Sweden. Unfortunately, these problems have only reared their ugly head following the mass importation of Middle Eastern and North African immigrants.
In the interview, the former CEO of Scania also suggests that the military, at some point, could be required to quell civil unrest in migrant enclaves.
Tellingly Östling mentioned his experience with migrant integration in the workplace during his time as CEO of Scania, where close to 90 of the 100 Somali immigrants who were hired either left or were fired because they were unable to fulfill their duties or cooperate with co-workers.
In Östling’s opinion in order for migrants to properly integrate and begin to cope with Swedish society, a monumental “transfer of knowledge” would be needed, and that’s a project that could take a generation to achieve.
Although Östling hopes that Sweden’s deep-seated issues can be resolved in a decade or so, he believes that if they’re not, civil war could well be the end result.