Norwegian Police Chief Warns Mass Immigration Threatens Civil UnrestInflux of Muslim asylum seekers will have “unfortunate consequences”
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Feb. 09, 2016
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The head of Norway's Police Security Service (SSP) warns that the importation of large numbers of migrants who fail to assimilate into western society could spark civil unrest and a groundswell of right-wing extremism.
During a security and defense conference in Sweden, Benedicte Bjørnland said that the recent surge in asylum seekers from Muslim countries could have "unfortunate consequences," including violent clashes.
"One can not take for granted that new population groups automatically adapt to the norms and regulations in Norwegian society," said Bjørnland. "New populations are not homogeneous, and they can bring their ethnic or religious differences from their homeland."
Bjørnland went on to warn that the mass influx of migrants is fueling "radicalization" and and "extremist environment" amongst anti-immigrant groups.
Meanwhile, Anders Thornberg, head of Swedish Security Service, also said that the country is on its second highest threat level as a result of the growing presence of Islamist groups.
Bjørnland's comments are similar in nature to those made by Norwegian Army Chief Odin Johannessen, who recently remarked that Europe must be prepared to "fight" to defend its values against the threat posed by radical Islam.
It was also revealed last month that the chief of the Swedish army General Anders BrÃ¤nnstrÃ¶m has ordered his troops to prepare for a war in Europe against skilled opponents "within a few years".
Back in December, Swiss army chief André Blattmann warned that the risk of social unrest in Europe was intensifying and that citizens should arm themselves.
"The threat of terror is rising, hybrid wars are being fought around the globe; the economic outlook is gloomy and the resulting migration flows of displaced persons and refugees have assumed unforeseen dimensions," said Blattmann.
Top security experts in Germany also told Chancellor Angela Merkel last October that the middle class was becoming "radicalized" as a result of her open borders migrant policy and that domestic disorder could ensue as a result.
Meanwhile, in France, security forces have been making preparations for mass civil unrest and radicalized immigrants taking over entire neighborhoods.