Scandinavia and the World
Scandinavia and the World

Comments #9687859:

Halloween appropriation 11 10, 1:54am

@Nisse_Hult @Finn123
[What you're doing here is you're taking the figure for all inhabitants being born abroad or having at least one parent born abroad and redefining them as non-Swedish.
This is just straight up racism - nothing else.]

Racism against the natives, that is. Based on the Geneva Convention on genocide.

There is a limit to how fast immigrants are able to assimilate themselves in a new country. The threshold of unsustainable immigration is around 0,1% annually against the native population, at every dimension of the society. And the share of non-natives should not exceed 1/10 of the natives. In Sweden that ratio went from 1:20 to 1:3, which has already led to a 6-7x slowdown in assimilation rate, assuming the distribution of immigrants based on sex, age, local residence, education and working follow the distribution of the natives. But since we know that there are massive differences between the distribution of natives and non-natives in almost all dimensions, that 6-7x slowdown of assimilation rate is actually too optimistic. Due to that slowdown, Sweden should take no more than 3000 immigrants annually (that is immigrants + refugees + asylum seekers + granted asylumers).

And no 'racist' labeling helps you, Nisse, against those principles.