Things at home require attention.
Speaking of attention .... these stories caught mine. Not sure exactly why because it comes as no surprise. Seems like while the cast changes from time to time, the play remains unchanged.
SWEDISH GOVERNMENT OPENS NEW EMIGRATION OFFICE IN ETHIOPIA FOR POTENTIAL SOMALI MIGRANTS………
Sweden has long since stopped circling the drain, and has taken that final plunge into oblivion.
The Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) plans to open an office in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa in an effort to prepare emigrating Somalis for life in Sweden.
The purpose of the pilot project is to assist Somalis who have received a Swedish residence permit on family reunification grounds but who have not yet arrived in Sweden.
In 2012, a Swedish Migration Court decision opened the door for many Somalis to join family members who have permission to stay in Sweden. The Swedish embassy in Addis Ababa processes these applications.
By mapping out the residency applicants’ professional and educational backgrounds, the Public Employment Service hopes to find suitable places in Sweden where they can apply for work.
“If we can help prepare them we believe we can win time, quite simply, when it comes to their establishment in Sweden,” Mattias Wahlsten, operations coordinator at the Public Employment Service, told Sveriges Radio (SR).
NOTE: And there will always be more just waiting around the corner, and in the mind of the self loathing Left, denying them entry, would be deemed ”racist”.
Meanwhile, in further news from the world of the politically correct ...
Police get a lesson in Muslim culture
NEW Wiltshire Police recruits have visited a Gorse Hill mosque as part of their cultural awareness training.
A total of 15 new police officers, plus two members of Victim Support, went to the Al-Habib Islamic Educational and Cultural Centre, in Chapel Street, yesterday where they listened to a presentation on Islam and sampled ethnic food.
It was part of two days of cultural awareness training, organised by the West Wiltshire Multi Faith Forum.
It also included a visit to a Sikh temple and talks about other faiths, including Hinduism and Rastafari-anism.
Shahid Khan, a sufi teacher at the mosque, who delivered the presentation in the male prayer room, said the visit aimed to build relations between the police and the Muslim community, giving officers a point of contact and greater understanding when dealing with a case involving Muslims.