This student, Elin Ersson, may just have won Sweden’s next election for the Sweden Democrats, the party that wants to save Sweden from the effects of mass Muslim migration. She acted to prevent a Muslim migrant from being deported — and in so doing tried to ensure that a man who was convicted of assault would not be sent out of Sweden. Elin Ersson and her ilk would apparently prefer that Sweden be inundated with Muslim migrants, and Sweden become unsafe for women and Jews and other non-Muslims, than that those who are slated be deportation be sent back. Well, they’re going to get the Sweden they want.
“Afghan migrant whose deportation was thwarted by ‘hero’ Swedish student was actually sentenced for assault,” by Lukas Mikelionis, Fox News, July 31, 2018:
The Swedish student who was branded a “hero” and captured worldwide attention after she stopped the deportation of an Afghan migrant by refusing to sit down on a plane instead prevented the extradition of a man sentenced for assault and whose asylum application was rejected.
Elin Ersson, a student at Gothenburg University, was subjected to fawning media coverage over her stunt earlier this month when she refused to take her seat on the plane until the 52-year-old Afghan deportee was released. She was successful and authorities weren’t able to deport the man.
However, Swedish Police confirmed to Fox News that the man whose deportation Ersson prevented had received a prison sentence in Sweden for assault. The police spokesman declined to go into more details about the crime the migrant has committed. His asylum application was also rejected….
Despite lacking information about the man who was being deported, most media organizations jumped on the story, with the Washington Post calling Ersson’s stunt a “dramatic act of civil disobedience” while Newsweek magazine described the student as a “hero”….
The Swedish student live streamed the whole incident and it was viewed nearly 5 million times on Facebook alone. In the video, she’s heard saying “there is a man who is going to get deported to Afghanistan, where he will most likely get killed” and the she won’t “sit down until this person is off the plane.”…
“I’m trying to change my country’s rules. I don’t like them. It’s not right to send people to hell,” she added.
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