Elderly Swedish people evicted from their homes to make an "Asylum accommodation"
The Swedish Migration board has given permission to the new owner of a housing estate to turn it into accommodation for immigrants.
The current residents of the Millmark center, near the town of Torsby, have been told by the new owner, Erik Jonsson, that they must pack their bags and move out.
Evy Hellqvist, a 70 year-old resident of the building said“They will kick out the tenants, and they will do it very quickly. They say we will get some kind of compensation if we move within a month.“
“It is not so easy for me to move on and I feel comfortable here. I have planted a small garden that I care about and can not imagine staying in an apartment where I do not have anything to do.“
Jonsson, the new owner, who also owns Fryksdalens car, said he bought the housing estate “to develop a business that will be profitable, in contrast to the activity that is there today.”
Anna Johansson, another resident of the building, said “The new owner does not care about the asylum seekers, he just wants to make money.”
According to news company, Värmlands Folkblad, if the Millmark center is filled with 144 immigrants, Jonsson will make over $1,500,000 in a month, with each migrant worth $350 every day. This money will come from the Swedish taxpayers.
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