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The beggar cried as the older man beat him and said: Find a job

Jag have met very nice people here, who shows respect and compassion, but there are also other - especially the older men - who look angrily and suspiciously at me.

so says one of the approximately 4700 socially disadvantaged EU citizens, who are right now staying in Sweden and earning money by begging or collecting bottles, in the clearing, the Swedish government ordered last year - which was presented yesterday.

the Beggar - which is anonymous - is interviewed in the report, to come up with solutions to the problems they 4-5000 people create in the cities.

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In Malmö, may the authorities use a long time to clear a roma camp in one of the city's parks - and in Stockholm, many feel inhabitants, according to the report generated by that meeting people in need. The anonymous beggar tells that one day he was beaten by a fine gentleman around 50 years of age, and that the man then said 'find a job':

I wept and was ashamed of myself a week afterwards.

I felt inferiority because of the life I live, says the beggar, there not the only one who has experienced the wrath of the swedes.

Threats, stone's throw and knivangreb is more or less the daily life of the vulnerable EU citizens, who also have experienced being doused with acid, grill lighter fluids and shot at with luftgevær, but it is, in particular, has created debate is udredningens advice on not to give money to beggars and to be careful with that offer singing beggars, children, schooling.

– It is really attention-grabbing and outrageous that there is so little about human rights, says Robert Hårdh from the organization Civil Rights Defenders for the Swedish Newspaper, which also has spoken with Aaron Israelson, who is about to launch a project with a gadeavis in Romania on the legs:

- To lead a policy of trying to exclude the roma, that just makes it harder.

- Even if they can't get the same standard of living as we wish they should have in Sweden, it is better to try to help people, than to reject them, says Aaaron.

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