'A report published by a Swedish government agency says that putting the word “refugees” in quotation marks is “hate” and that questioning the age of child migrants is also a form of extremism.
The report, written by the Swedish National Defence Research Institute, is entitled The White Hatred. It characterizes Sweden’s “new media,” in other words any media outlet that doesn’t blindly regurgitate politically correct narratives, as potential threats to democracy, conflating them with actual neo-nazi groups.
The report defines “hate” as violent extremism that includes “hateful expressions” and jokes in the context of Internet trolling. This encompasses the practice of putting the word “refugees” in quotation marks to implicitly suggest that many such individuals might not be genuine refugees.
Using the term “unaccompanied children” in quotation marks is also a form of “hate,” according to the report, because it implies that they might actually be adults.
The sheer ludicrousness of this assertion is laid bare by a study by Sweden’s own National Board of Medicines, which found that three out of four so-called child “refugees” in the country are actually adults.
Having carried out an X-ray examination of the wisdom teeth and a magnetic camera survey of the knee joint on 581 individuals, the results found that 442 were aged 18 or older, with just 134 being under the age of 18.
In other words, around three in four of the asylum seekers who are claiming to be children are in fact adults.'
Read more: Swedish Government Report Says Putting the Word 'Refugees' in Quotation Marks is 'Hate'
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