A Swedish MP who was elected to the Riksdag as part of the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats and was recently removed from their list for the 2018 general election has revealed that he wants to become an immigrant in Hungary in order to escape immigration.
Kent Ekeroth told newspaper Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) that Sweden should learn from Hungary, where he will emigrate later this year, because they have 'no immigration'.
"To start with they have no immigration. That's the most important thing. And they value their own culture highly and the grounds on which European civilization rests," he said.
Ekeroth's name was absent from the Sweden Democrats' list for the forthcoming autumn general election, which the party decided upon earlier in March. He will emigrate to Hungary once his term as a Riksdag MP ends before the September election.