Obvious Muslim deception: Bearded 'children' begging for money, refugee status in Sweden

Volunteers distribute food and drinks to migrants who arrived at Malmo train station in Sweden in this Sept. 10, 2015 file photo.Reuters

Men sporting beards but posing as child refugees are invading Sweden and begging for money and support for their pleas to be allowed to stay in the country.

More than 1,200 Muslim "children" sporting beards swarmed into Stockholm in a single day, holding signs requesting passersby to support their refugee status claims and petitions for permission to stay, according to a report by WND.

Citing Gateway Pundit, the report said the bearded men incongruously posing as children even penned their signs in Swedish in hopes of gathering more sympathy and monetary donations.

The Swedish government is reportedly struggling to find accommodation for these "children" and other migrants while at the same time trying to address the growing concern among its people.

WND slammed the migrants for their obvious deception. It also blamed the Swedish government and its left-wing supporters for creating the problem.

"These adult Muslim males are entering the country by lying that they are 'children' in order to take advantage of the insane asylum and refugee policy in Europe [that] demands that all 'children' automatically get their asylum application fast tracked and cleared,'' Gateway Pundit said.

"Meanwhile the Swedish people work hard with low pays and high taxes to pay for this exploitation of an insane asylum system."

The news site has proposed that the best way to resolve the invasion of bearded men posing as children is to scrap "the most abused system for residency applications among migrants."

Gateway Pundit admitted that "the socialists are hell bent on destroying Western economy and culture beyond repair and recognition."

Over the last 10 years, the number of children seeking asylum in Sweden has reportedly "exploded'' because children are granted asylum much quicker than adults, and Swedish authorities don't verify their ages, according to the Gatesonline.org.

From only 338 children who arrived in Sweden in 2004, the figure reportedly peaked to 7,049 10 years later. In June alone, 1,500 asylum-seeking children came to Sweden.

Gatesonline.org also noted an increasing prevalence of violent incidents at homes where the children live.

Also, the organisation said that unaccompanied refugee children are believed to be the next billion-dollar industry in Sweden. "With an average cost of 2000 kronor ($233) per child per day, the 7,000 refugee "children'' who came last year cost 5.1 billion kronor ($595 million).