“Europe Belongs to Europeans” Says Dalai Lama During Trip To Sweden

The 83-year old spiritual leader of the Tibetan Buddhists, the Dalai Lama, spoke at a conference in Malmö, Sweden on Wednesday, where he stated to the prominently migrant crowd, “Europe belongs to Europeans.”

Sweden, who took in more migrants per capita than any other country in 2015, said that while “Europe was morally responsible” for helping refugees, they are “facing moral danger” and that refugees must be able to return to their homelands in order to rebuild their countries.

The Dalai Lama argued passionately that Europe must not let itself become overrun by different cultures, and risk losing their culture and identity due to the continuous disaster of an open border policy, which has already begun plaguing Sweden and Germany, with a substantial rise in crime.

The Dalai Lama said, “I think Europe belongs to the Europeans” and that refugees “ultimately should rebuild their own countries”.

The Dalai Lama arriving in Malmö before speaking to the crowd. Credit: NorraSkåne

Receive them, help them, educate them… but ultimately they should develop their own country.”

The Dalai Lama was speaking in Malmö, three days after the Swedish Democrat party led by Jimmie Åkesson made massive gains in the Swedish election on Sunday, despite many of the public presuming there was already a vast Socialist Democrat voter fraud scheme in place, preventing them from winning. Some people even believe that George Soros (who is behind the migrant crisis) may have had his dirty money fingers up in the Swedish election results.

The Swedish Democrats came in third, but they made the most gains from any party into parliament, filled by a logical anti-migrant rhetoric to benefit Sweden, whilst Stefan Lövfen kept his place as Prime Minister of the Socialist Democrats, and the Moderate Party came in second place.

The Sweden Democrats led by Jimmie Åkesson were the real winners in the Swedish Election. Credit: Getty Images

The Swedish Democrat party had 17.6% of the vote, up 4.7% points from the 2014 election, but is not as strong as the rise in the years of 2010 to 2014 which saw a rise of 7.2%.

The results fell short of the expectation “20 to 30 per cent” in the vote which was the expected voter turn out for the Swedish Democrats, making many people believe that the Swedish election was fraught with Socialist Democrat voter fraud, from leftist groups meddling in the Swedish election.

Mattias Karlsson, head of Sweden Democrats’ party parliamentary group, said polling institutes had overcompensated the Swedish Democrats after underestimating them in previous elections. He told AFP, “All parties want to be as big as possible, but we are the big winners of the election.”

The Dalai Lama, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, stood firm on his words that “Europe belongs to Europeans”, and had earlier spoken of Germany in 2016, stating, “Europe, for example Germany, cannot become an Arab country.”

“Germany is Germany. There are so many that in practice it becomes difficult.”

“From a moral point of view, too, I think that the refugees should only be admitted temporarily.”

Sweden’s crime rate has escalated substantially since the migrant influx of 2015. Credit: Wikipedia

“They will not remain in Germany or Sweden permanently. Eventually, they will return to their homelands.”

In the past few years, Sweden a nation of 10 million took in over 200,000 migrants, and in 2017, around 25% of Sweden’s population had an immigrant background, while 18.5% were born abroad.

We most definitely believe that the Dalai Lama is correct in what he is saying, encouraging the migrants, whom have become mostly a burden both economically and socially on various European countries such as Sweden and Germany, should return home and rebuild their countries, as many are clearly unable to emigrate or able to co-exist with Western values and culture.


Story by The Narrator

Featured Photo Credit: Newshub

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