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Swedish Family Forced From Their Home So Immigrants Can Live in It

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A taxpaying Swedish family has been forced to leave their home because the government decided it is now for people who “come from other countries.”

Uffe Rustan and his two sons lived in a home they rented in the city of Lidingö which all of them were born and raised in.

Lidingö city government originally said it would let the family rent the home permanently, but it now refuses to extend their tenancy and says they must leave by August 2016.

“I was evicted from my home over the phone. When I asked for the reason, he said that people come from other countries. He left the news and basically just said have a nice weekend,” said Uffe Rustan.

“We have quite recently moved here, and just when it starts to feel like home, we are evicted.”

“It feels like I’m worthless, even though I pay taxes and my kids go to school here. If only they had been in kindergarten or something . . . but you cannot put a family on the streets for another family,”

“It feels a little depressing. I think this is about morality and how to treat people, that everyone should be treated equally. But apparently I’m worth less than others.”

Rustan is taking the Lidingö city government to court and charging them with breach of contract. cont DS

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