Swedish Refugees Refuse to Leave Bus Transporting Them To New Shelter

A group of newly arrived yesterday Thursday came to accommodation Viebäck in Nässjö municipality refused to leave the bus. They thought they were going to Sävsjö and feel deceived.

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  • huron

    Weeell there is that little R on the transmision.

    • Maggat

      That’s reverse not return. 🙂

      • Watchman

        Not “R” for “Race”? I guess that explains why my friend’s car suddenly stopped working when I was driving it down the highway and tried to put it into Race gear mode.

        • Maggat

          A friend of mine had that happen to his -55 Nomad wagon when his wife put it into reverse at about 20 MPH. Broke two engine mounts.

          • Watchman

            My comment above was only a joke from 30+ years ago, and I know from experience the “Rrrrrrrrrrrrrr” gearbox sound when accidentally trying to shift up from the highest gear already to the reverse gear in the logically higher gear location. It happened to me on a manual gearbox on an unfamiliar car. Thanks for telling us what can happen if you manage to get the gears meshing.

          • Maggat

            It was an early automatic 1955 Chev Nomad. She proved it could be done.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Let them stay on the bus and roll it off a cliff.

  • Watchman

    See, they are becoming more like the native Swedes who think the Swedish Government is deceiving them too. The first step towards assimilation: distrust in the intentions of the socialist government.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    I’m guessing the people in Nässjö municipality don’t want them to get off the bus either.

    Drive them to the coast and push the bus into the North Sea.

  • J. C.

    I’d say it’s the perfect time to take that bus to the crusher!!! 😉

  • Hard Little Machine

    Good. Now starve

  • Mickey Oberman

    The Swedes will probably give up soon.

    But just in case, a hose from the exhaust pipe to the interior of the vehicle will empty it very quickly.