I see Sweden is about to take in another large contingent of Somalis, the worst possible refugees. Hundreds of them, from camps in Kenya. "It feels good that Sweden can take part in such as large humanitarian operation," Dan Eliasson, the director-general of the Swedish Migration Board.
Ah yes…. ‘it feels good’. But for whom does it feel good, Dan? I presume not for the hundreds of girls who will in due course be raped by these cultural enrichers, nor for the firemen who will nightly have to risk their safety to quench fires started by these malcontents, nor for the increasingly beleaguered Swedish taxpayers who have to pick up the multi-billion Euro tag for the required welfare (almost all will become, and remain, dependent on the state).
No, of course not. It 'feels good' for you Dan, and all the other posturing, self-aggrandising paragons of virtue who won't have to live with the direct consequences of their actions. And therein lies in my view the explanation for the whole thing. ‘It feels good’ for certain people.
That’s why the madness goes on.
Note: Please check the comments from zngr to this post. They give you practical examples of the madness I refer to.