Sweden The Latest Domino To Fall ToAnti – Globalism Pushback?


Migrant riots like this have become a regular even in once peaceful Sweden (Picture: drrichswire.com )

Last weekend (9 September,) Sweden because to vote against the seemingly relentless advance of globalism and multiculturalism when in its General Election Swedish voters in large numbers chose the Eurosceptic, nationalist party the Sweden Democrats over the legacy parties that have dominated Swedish politics throughout the modern era. 

The Sweden Democrats did not garner enough votes to win a majority in the national assembly, in fact the Social Democrats remain the largest party, but with huge gains for the conservative moderates. As things stand, with probably months of political haggling ahead before a ruling coalition can be formed, the left coalition comprising the Social Democrats and the loony lefties of the Green and communist parties have 144 seats in the assembly with the centre right, The Moderates, Centre Party, Christian Democrats and Liberals on 143. And then there are the 70 Sweden Democrats who promise to drive a hard bargain with anyone asking for their support and to block legislation if they are shut out of government.

This will create a situation similar to that in Germany since the inconclusive election of 2017, when as a result of Angela Merkel’s open doors immigration policy and the social unrest caused by the influx of illiterate, uneducated immigrants, Merkel clings to power but is held to ransom on controversial issues by a coalition party on whose support her fragile government depends. Sweden and Germany reflect a trend that can be observed around the world.

What the Swedish result does tell us, although it’s hardly news, is that globalism and the cults of multiculturalism and diversity are in trouble. The Brexit vote and then Trump’s shock victory in the US election, both in 2016, were the first indicators that something big was happening. Then in 2017 the aforementioned election in Germany, the strong showing of nationalist party Front National in France, where only an unholy alliance of socialist and conservatives and a massive smear campaign dishonestly making nationalism synonymous with Naziism kept them out of power, added to the evidence that a big change in social attitudes was under way.

How can anyone defend nationalism when Hitler was a nationalist? you might well ask. Many people have asked me that before. Well yes, Hitler was a nationalist but also a globalist, he planned that Naziism would dominate the world. Chairman Mao, whose purges murdered far more people than Hitler’s Holocaust was a nationalist, so was Pol Pot and a lot more nasty tyrants. But while being aware of that we must remember another famous nationalist was Mohandas K Gandhi, (his name wasn’t Mahatma, that’s an honorific meaning great soul,) and Guiseppi Garibaldi, who united Italy’s city states, prinicipalities and duchies into a modern nation state in the second half of the nineteenth century. Eammon de Valera, Michael Collins and other leaders of the Irish independence movement were nationalists, as was Charles de Gaulle who led the French Resistance in World War 2. Lech Walensa is another notable nationalist, who as leader of the Solidarnosc (Solidarity,) movement in Poland led to that nation throwing off Soviet Union dominance and regaining full independence, and was a major factor in the break up of The Soviet Union.

Nationalism is not a political position of left or right, it is simply a belief in the sovereignty of independent nations and their right to manage political and economic affairs within their borders.

The resurgence of nationalism continues, and ever the arrogrant, reality denying bureaucrats of the EU are starting to take notice.  Poland, Austria, Hungary, The Czech Republic and Slovakia have already voted to challenge the supremacy of the EU over national sovereignty, when Italy did it earlier this year the push by the ruling bureaucrats to politically unify Europe in a federal superstate was all but dead. Sweden’s rejection of globalist utopianism is, however, in a different league. This is the country that has for a century held out as an exemplar of everything that is right with social democracy and globalization. Swedes are obsessively politically correct, tolerant, so liberal that even allow leftist nutters to openly campaign for the legalisation of paedophilia and necrophilia; young Swedish women are told if they haven’t had sex with a male member of the dark skinned races it is because they are racist.  How is it possible that in the most indoctrinated country in the world another “far right” party gain so much support?

(It is of course the practice of mainstream media everywhere to dub any political group which supports controlled immigration and opposes globalism as ‘far right, although it is in reality a smear tactic to instil compliance with leftist ideology into people condition to believe being called ‘racist’ is the worst of crimes.

These election results from Sweden and elsewhere are, obviously, confusing for the mainstream. UK’s leftist Guardian newspaper declared, Real Story of Sweden’s Election Is Not About March of the Far Right, but the continuing decline of the major parties of government, the fragmentation of national votes and the rise of a number of smaller parties (which is at least partly true.  Meanwhile, Politico Europe tells us, Why Sweden’s Election Was All About the Rise of the Far Right. The only thing any of them really know is that they despise the “far right,” although they have all lost sight of the definitions of left and right. In fact none of these new nationalist parties are ‘far right’ in the accepted sense, most are more democratic than their leftist opponents and are committed to retaining socialised health care, welfare for the needy and low paid, adequate state pensions and good quality care (where needed,) for the elderly and taxpayer subsidised services such as transport.

Even in the more traditional sense, left usually relates to individual liberty, tolerance and values such as free speech and democratic rule, while right refer to authoritarianism.  Yet, as I’m sure many readers will have observed, it is now those who style themselves ‘left’ who show intolerance of differing opinions, try to ban certain political views for being represented in public debate and shout down speakers who oppose their views.

Such politics, from either right or left, are completely unhelpful and only serve to harden entrenched opinions. The mainstream in media and politics has walled off all discourse into neat little boxes, progressive and ‘far right.’ The reason a far simpler explanation can’t be put forward, one that encompasses all these entrenching passions, is the corrupt, steaming pile of intellectual excrement called Economics.

Sweden is a Socialist Utopia of liberal values and a paradise of collectivist economic prosperity, we are told, an industrial powerhouse with a social conscience. Right now, we are asked to believe, The European Union’s economy is booming thanks to Central bank policies based on printing Euros and encouraging national governments to hand them out in welfare benefits.  The whole thing is a economic miracle.

Except, it’s not. Not really. Over the past decade, since the financial crisis of 2008, EU population has been growing rapidly due to immigration, while the overall EU economy has been stagnant. The statistical illusion of growth has been created by there being more Euros in circulation in an economy with no more real wealth. Thus each Euro is in real terms worth less. Europe’s so called economic boom has been powered by the devaluation of citizens’ assets, savings and pension funds.

This same pattern all over the world. Economists would have you believe macro history in Europe began with the ECB’s Negative Interest Rate Program (NIRP) in 2014, when savers and investors in ECB funds had to PAY THE BANK for gambling with their money; its reckless Quantitative Easing (QE) in 2015 when the ECB loaned money to banks at zero interest to ‘encourage capital investment’, but the public were not told the banks effectively loaned it staight back to governments (at 3 per cent or higher) by buying the bonds debtor nations must sell to fund their deficit. Economic news since then has been presented as positive, and in 2017 they was positive than usual. This gives a false picture of economic progress because it omits the wider context of income and expenditure accounts that instead declare how each economy, save a few like Germany, has actually shrunk in real terms.

News like this is not patatable to most people, the majority see themselves neither as left nor right.  They are somewhere in between, having little interest in ideology, and being mainly concerned with being reasonably affluent and living in a convivial environment (i.e. they are not keen on immigrant ghettos and no go zones springing up in their home towns. It’s only when the establishment doesn’t, or can’t, offer plausible, sensible solutions to the mundane concerns of the mass of people in the middle that extremes however distasteful can flourish. Americans, Swedes, Italians, Germans, Brits or Brazilians, know that meaningful change is needed, the elites are totally out of touch with the realities of life for those in the centre of politics and are either unable or unwilling (or more probably both,) to implement changes that would enable those disenchanted voters to engage once again with the political system. The necessary change must be forced on the idologically driven political establishments of “both” sides.

If the status quo won’t even admit there is a problem, the problem is insurmountable by usual means.

Below is Sweden’s actual economic performance, by a more accurate measure than GDP: behold the paragon of global manufacturing stability:


<!–Time and again we see this same pattern all over the world. Economists will have you believe macro history in Europe began with the ECB’s NIRP in 2014, or its QE in 2015. Things are mostly positive since, and in 2017 they were more positive than usual. This is a false sense of economic progress because it omits the wider context that instead declares how each economy, save a few like Germany, has actually shrunk.

In fact, the “good times” that began in the second half of 2016 actually prove the opposite case of Europe’s presumed boom. It has been thoroughly lackluster by historical standards . What that says is Europe’s economy, Sweden within the paradigm, is stuck in the same condition as it has been over the last eleven years. It swings between downturns, always “unexpected”, and unusually mild upturns. Nothing more than that.

There is, by virtue of such little absolute progress last year, a clear ceiling on economic growth which is devastating in its own right. What that proves is this economic shrinking is permanent, or at least so long as the status quo is maintained, the one that gets all its economic narratives from the local central bank office.

Following repeated downturns often quite severe this is where the political story isn’t really about the far right or the far left. It’s about the people who control our economies, and their refusal to admit they really, really don’t know what they are doing, and so try to blind us with globalist bullshit. –>

Sweden election: Sweden Democrats gains BLOCK left or centre-right coalition

SWEDEN’S election results are crawling in and there looks to be no clear winner so far as has happened in other EU nations including Germany, Italy and Spain recently.

Anti-immigration party Sweden Democrats are in third place, amid allegations from voters that there were no Sweden Democrat voting papers available when they went to vote. (In Swedens regional list system each party has its own ballot paper and voters put candidates in order of preference.) They could still take a key role in shaping the next government as one of the most complicated ballots in the bitterly divided country’s history has resulted in deadlock.

Two parties are key to this year’s election in Sweden: The leftist Social Democrats and Eurosceptic, anti – immigration Sweden Democrats. The ruling Social Democrats are currently ahead as the election results come in, despite support for the party slumping in recent months.

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has not confirmed whether there will be a coalition, although it seems inevitable as his party is well short of a majority, and even with the support of all left and centre left parties could not govern without support from some right wing parties. He has said he will remain in office in the coming weeks oending negotiations to form a new government.

Meanwhile, the Sweden Democrats have seen a surge in backing and could end up as kingmakers after tonight’s election.

 

 

 

Sweden Vote: International Election Observer ‘Shocked’, ‘Never Seen Such an Undemocratic System’

Translated from Danish news site Berlinske

The first time a Swedish election has been monitored by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), observers have expressed “shock” at the nation’s “undemocratic” system.

Danish delegate Michael Aastrup Jensen, who has previously monitored elections in Russia and Eastern Europe, told Berlinske: “In all the many election observations I’ve been on, I have not seen anything that comes close to how undemocratic the Swedish voting system is.”

The foreign policy spokesman for Denmark’s liberal governing party Venstre, Jensen said the major issue with the Swedish election system is the lack of privacy for citizens casting their ballot.

Separate parties have separate ballot papers in Sweden, the choosing of which takes place in public, as voters must select their preferred ballot papers before placing them into a ballot box.

“It is just so far beneath anything remotely resembling European election standards, or anything we would allow even in Eastern Europe,” he said.

election

Jensen told the Danish newspaper how, outside of official monitoring duties, he visited a number of polling places in Malmö to see, ‘with his own eyes’, voting take place, and found “party soldiers” standing in front of the stations, where they were trying to hand voters ballot papers for their respective parties.

As chairman of Denmark’s delegation to the Council of Europe, the organisation responsible for the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), Jensen hopes to bring attention to problems with the Swedish election system.

“I will highlight the issue with the Council of Europe so that we can hopefully send the strongest possible signals to Sweden that they should introduce the sort of rules seen in Denmark and in virtually every other country in the world,” he said.

Speaking on the outcome of the Swedish election, which saw the worst result in 100 years for the ruling Social Democrats, the Danish foreign minister also hit out at the refusal of mainstream parties to cooperate in any way with the populist Sweden Democrats, which this year secured its largest ever share of the vote.

MORE ON SWEDEN:

 

US Dept. of Homeland Security Created Fake narrative On Russian Interference In Elections.

Picture: ConsortiumNews.com

The narrative of Russian intelligence attacking state and local election boards and interfering with the outcome of U.S. elections has achieved near-universal acceptance among establishment media and political organisations.  And now it has been accepted by the Trump administration’s intelligence chief, Dan Coats, as well.

But the real story behind that narrative reveals that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) created and developed an account of events that was designed deliberately to spread false information and cause fear and panic. 

DHS staff, in collusion with people whose involvement in industrial espionage, compiled a report suggesting hackers linked to the Russian government could have targeted voter-related websites in many states and then leaked a sensational story of Russian attacks on those sites. Had it been made clear that the whole thing was fabricated, yes they COULD have hacked the system, security was lax at best, but there is no evidence anyone did interfere with voting. The facts would have revealed a different story. When state election officials began asking questions, they discovered that the DHS claims were false and, in at least one case, laughable.

The National Security Agency and special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigating team, which has been conducting a witch hunt against the Trump administration since shortly after the election in 2016, have also claimed evidence that Russian military intelligence was behind election infrastructure hacking, but on closer examination, those claims turn out to be speculative and misleading as well. Mueller’s indictment of 12 GRU military intelligence officers does not cite any violations of U.S. election laws though it claims Russia interfered with the 2016 election.

On Sept. 29, 2016, a few weeks after the hacking of political websites in Illinois and Arizona, ABC News sensationalised the story with a headline: “Russian Hackers Targeted Nearly Half of States’ Voter Registration Systems, Successfully Infiltrated 4.” The story itself reported that “more than 20 state election systems” had been hacked, and four states had been “breached” by hackers suspected of working for the Russian government. The story cited only sources “knowledgeable” about the matter, hinting that those who were pushing the story were eager to hide the institutional origins of the information. Again no evidence was offered to support the allegations.

Behind that sensational headline the real story was of a government department playing inter – departmental politics by seeking to establish its supremacy within the national security state apparatus on cybersecurity, despite its limited resources for such responsibility.

The Swedish Election Could Makes Things Very Messy For EU

The Riksdag building in Stockholm, seat of the Swedish National Assembly

Swedish elections are usually fairly dull affairs, the differences between the mainstream center-left and center-right political groupings have not been all that significant for decades. The election to be held next weekend however, is unusual for two reasons. First, the rise of the Eurosceptic Swedish Democrat party (SD) has disrupted the traditional left vs right dynamic in Swedish politics which has been solidly pro EU and fully supportive of the project to merge the membership of 27 sovereign states into a federal superstate.

The other aspect of the SD’s rise has been their willingness to discuss the detrimental effect on liberal, tolerant Swedish society of an uncontrolled influx of Muslim migrants from some very backward societies. If polls are correct (and they have previously underestimated support for the SD’s,) their increased support is likely to make it difficult for anyone to form a stable government after the elections.

Another factor, though less well publicised because it concerns the financial markets and is is rather technical, is that as the Russian / Chinese push to remove the status of the US$ as global reserve currency, the Swedish krona (SEK) has become a marker for global risk sentiment, depreciating at signs of escalating trade tensions or emerging market stress. The wobbly housing market, a peaking economy, and the easy credit offered by the Riksbank have also undermined SEK.

According to polls and history neither the current center-left government nor the center-right opposition alliance is likely to win a majority in September. Both blocks are polling below 40%, and the top parties on both sides (the Social Democrats and the Conservatives (Moderaterna) are headed for historically poor showings.

Neither government nor opposition coalitions looks likely to be able to govern without support from the SD’s, which has continued to gain popularity despite efforts to smear them as racist, far right and neo — Nazi.

As happened in Italy most recently and other EU nations in the past few years, smear campaigns aimed at branding parties that oppose the globalist narrative as racist and fascist have backfired somewhat. A classic example was Germany’s inconclusive election a year ago this month, in which a campaign of outrageous misrepresentations by politicians of the establishment parties, the ‘center right’ Christian Democrats and the ‘center left’ Social Democrats and the majority of mainstream media only increased support for Eurosceptic, immigration control supporting parties Alternatif fur Deutschland and the classical liberal Free Democrats. That election left Chancellor Merkel clinging to power by her fingertips.

The electorates in the developed nations are not as ignorant as politicians and mainstream media like to depict them. One Swedish voter, responding to a hysterical tirade against people thinking of voting for the Sweden Democrats told a TV vox pop spot, “I’m a nationalist not a racist.” The conflation of nationalism with racism or fascism is a regular tactic of the globalist consensus in politics, and it is completely dishonest. On getting comments on my posts when I, for very well thought out reasons, supported Brexit in my posts I responded to comments suggesting the resurgence of nationalism in Europe would lead to the rise of new Nazi and fascist demagogues by pointing out that Gandhi was a nationalist as were Guiseppe Garibaldi, Eammon De Valera, Kemal Ataturk (moderniser of Turkey,) and Nelson Mandela. Not all nationalists are benign, but nationalism is not a synonym of fascism (which means ‘power through strength’).

Sweden looks like being the latest shock for the globalists, people who want a global, meritocratic government, which could only work against liberal values such as free speech as one of the stated aims of the global movement is to create a global culture or to put it bluntly to suppress all national and ethnic cultures. The problem with such thinking is that power becomes progressively more remote from the people whose lives are affected, resulting in dissatisfaction and alienation. The great mass of people, whom the intellectuals of the ruling elites look down on, are too savvy to fall for it. Most of the problems in the developed nations and in those third world nations the western powers have recently meddled in, spring from the elites, the people who make decisions that affect the lives of millions, being completely out of touch with the lives and concerns of ordinary people.

If or rather when voters in Sweden are next to send the message, “We have rights too,” whether it will shock the unelected bureaucrats who effectively run the EU into awareness of their predicament, or whether they will try to punish the Swedes for not vosting the way they should have, as we have seen in the cases of Britain and Italy could decide if the EU has a long term future.

It is certain the Social Democrats, who have ruled in Sweden for most of the last hundred years, will see their numbers in the Swedish parliament vastly reduced. Some polls even show the Sweden Democrats could become the largest party, though there is a discrepancy between polls that use self-selecting online panels (which show the far-right winning the largest share) and the standard polls (which have the Social Democrats narrowly in first place).

Among the smaller parties, the Greens, the Liberals, and the Christian Democrats are all at risk of missing the 4% threshold to gain seats parliament under the proportional representation system. If one of the smaller parties drops out of parliament it would alter the balance between the two mainstream blocks, but would not leave either much closer to a majority.

Following soon after the Italian Eurosceptic, anti immigration alliance of Lega and Five Star crushed traditional parties, and with anti EU governments in Poland, Hungary and Austria, Angela Merkel’s CDU hanging on to power through a very fragile coalition with the CSU, Spain’s socialist government teetering on the edge of collapse, the UK half out of the door and Macron’s French government having caused civil unrest, the EU is in big trouble already. The Sweden Democrats have called for a referendum on EU membership, while the Liberals want Sweden to join the euro. Both look unlikely. Neither is a realistic political proposition: polls suggest Swedes are content with the status quo — less than a quarter would support leaving the EU, and less than 20% want to join the euro.

In fact most nations now in conflict with Brussels want to remain in the EU, but a vastly reformed EU which respects members’ sovereignty, drops its commitment to ‘open doors’ immigration policy and abandons “The European Project” of unifying the continent politically to create a European superstate. In other words, if it is to survive the EU must abandon its ambitions to be a pan European government of unelected bureaucrats and return to being a free trade and economic cooperation association for European states.

MORE AT MEDIUM

Dare We Defy The Illiberal Code Of The Liberal Left

RELATED POSTS:

Failed Immigration Policy Threatens Press Freedom In Sweden
Stockholm: Beautiful, civilised Sweden being turned into a third world cesspit by idiotic socialist politics and barbaric immigrants …

Immigrant criminals and Swedish criminals are viewed differently in the eyes of Swedish law.
We ask why it is, in Sweden, that when a Swede kills two immigrants it is an act of terrorism that shames the nation, but when an African immigrant kills a Swedish mother and her young child, in the eyes of the government it is somehow the victim’s fault? The big concern is that, given the desperation of our Conservtive and Labour party leaders to make us more European, such politically correct insanity will be inflicted in Britain next

Guess Which Political Grouping Wants To Legalise Incest and Necrophilia?
Has the headline sunk in. Yes it says there are people out there who want to legalise incest (brother /sister or parent / child sex) and necrophila (sex with dead people). Puzzled about who would want to legalise such repugnant things? I’ll give you a clue, they aren’t conservatives, libertarians or nationalists.

Worlds Biggest Luxury Liner To Be An Immigtant Hostel?
Ocean Gala, a luxury cruise liner which when launched was the world’s largest passenger ship will be converted into a concentration camp floating hostel to house Sweden’s third world migrants. The only thing that may derail the deal with US Shipmanagers for floating migrant accommodation, would be failure to find a berth in any of Sweden’s large deep water harbours. Sweden’s open doors immigration policy has led to …

Watch two Finnish shopgirls out a couple of male Muslim shoplifters.
Arthur’s introduction (in his usual inimitable style) to this video from Finland might offend some people, but the attitude of Muslim immigrants that they can just walk into shops and take what they want, force themselves on women whenever they please, molest young children and tel us how to run our countries in Europe needs to be challenged.

London Cop Confirms Donald Trump UK Radicalisation Claims

When Donald Trump, currently frontrunner in the contest to be Republican Party candidate in the USA’s 2016 Presidential Election, in a campaign broadcast commented that Islamisation of the west has gone so far parts of London are so heavily populated with Muslim extremists there are now no go zones for police and emergency services, he was attacked by politicians and the mainstream media.

Politically Unbiased BBC Launches Left Wing Attack On Donald Trump For Illegal Immigrants Stance
The BBC, Britain’s publicly funded broadcaster is bound by a charter which commits it to be balanced and non partisan in its news reporting. Repeatedly however, the BBC, its management now doniated by left wing luvvies is becoming more and more blatantly left wing in its unbiased reporting

Autumn Gets More Interesting As Merkel Admists She May Have Caused balkans War.
The autumn of 2015 has been interesting with the escalation of the war against ISIS by Russian air Force jets and Iranian ground troops in Syria and Iraq, Europe’s migrant crisis pushing prosperous north European nations towards civil unrest, and the downing of a Russian airliner over Sinai by as yet unknown causes though western intelligence reports suggest a terrorist bomb was planted on board before take off. And it is set to get more interesting …

Swedish Immigrant Street Wars Spread: Stockholm Grenade Attack Follows Kurd-Turk Migrant Clashes
Violence between migrant gangs of different ethnicities vying for territorial rights to run organised crime has become the norm in Malmo, southern Sweden. Now it appears that as a consequence of the Swedish loony left government’s insane policy of flooding the country with third world migrants without

Mediterranean Immigrant Composite
The flow of undocumented migrants from Africa trying to cross the Mediterranean from the coast of Libya to Italian, Greek and Maltese territory seems unstoppable. Two factors in the problem however have been western (particlarly American meddling in the internal affairs of African states, and wester aid leading to a population explosion national infrastructures are unable to cope with. And of course European leaders haven’t a clue how to deal with the problem.

Immigration: The boat people crisis
Immigration – the problems
The tyranny of human rights
Latest Posts

 

“I’m, Nationalist Not Racist,” Voter Says As Sweden Faces A Historic Election Upset

The Daily Stirrer and our blogs have regularly reported the descent of Sweden’s cities, one among the safest in the world, into lawless frontier towns where large areas are controlled by gangsters, because of ruling elite, blinkered by politically correct thinking and an addiction to virtue signalling have ignored clear evidence that their ridiculously lax immigration policy was importing third world problems into their liberal, tolerant society.

Now Sweden is sliding towards civil disorder as the authorities refuse to change tack and try to pretend the problems do not exist and vast numbers of uneducated, ignorant, religiously faniatical and totally unemployable migrants put impossible burdens on social, law enforcement and welfare agencies.

“Trains and hospitals don’t work, but immigration continues,” complain Roger Mathson, a retired vegetable oil factory worker in Sweden, when questioned by Bloomberg on the same day as a violent, coordinated rampage by masked gangs of youths across five Swedish cities caused $€£millionsworth of damage to cars and property

We reported previously that with a national election imminent, Swedish politicians were quick to react with anti-immigrant party ‘Sweden Democrats’ seeing a surge in the polls ahead of the September 9th election.

“I’m not a racist, but I’m a nationalist,” Mathson said. “I don’t like seeing the town square full of Niqab-clad ladies and people fighting with each other.”

He had a valid point, much of the violence on the streets of Swedish cities is a result of clturf wars between gangs from rival immigrant communities.

Because of widespread dissatisfaction with the Government response to problems caused by the mostly Muslim immigrants Sweden could be set to have its own political earthquake in September, similar to the one in Italy which rocked the EU establishment to its foundations. A big swing to the right in the general election could end a century of Social Democratic dominance and bring to power a little known (on the world stage), but the now hugely popular nationalist party often dubbed far-right and right-wing populist, called Sweden Democrats?

Sweden, a traditionally a largely homogeneous nation of 10 million, took in an astounding 600,000 legal refugees over the past five years, while thanks to the open doors immigration policy nobody knows how many are in the country illegally. After Swedes across various cities looked out their windows Tuesday to see cars exploding, smoke filling the skies, and possibly armed masked men hurling explosives around busy parking lots, it appears they’ve had enough.

Over the past years of the Sweden Democrats rise as a major force in Swedish politics, the country’s media have labelled the Sweden Democrats as “racists” and “Nazis” due to their focus on anti-immigration and strong Euroscepticism. This is completely wrong but typical of globalist dominated mainstream media in western Europe and North America. Wanting to control immigration, limit numbers of new arrivals, check on willingness to at least tolerate the values and traditions of the host nation and obey its laws is not racist.

A poll at the start of this week, following a massive smear campaign by government and media, and some belated and probably hypocritical tough talking on immigration from other political parties, suggested the Sweden Democrats had fallen back to third place after topping three previous polls as the September election nears; however, Tuesday’s national crisis and what could legitimately be dubbed a serious domestic terror threat is likely to boost their popularity.

Bloomberg’s profile of their leader, Jimmie Akesson (above right), echoes the tone of establishment Swedish media in the way they commonly cast the movement, beginning as follows:

Viking rock music and whole pigs roasting on spits drew thousands of Swedes to a festival hosted by nationalists poised to deliver their country’s biggest political upheaval in a century.

The Sweden Democrats have been led since 2005 by a clean-cut and bespectacled man, Jimmie Akesson. He’s gentrified a party that traces its roots back to the country’s neo-Nazi, white supremacist fringe. Some polls now show the group may become the biggest in Sweden’s parliament after general elections on Sept. 9. Such an outcome would end 100 years of Social Democratic dominance.

The group’s popularity began surging after the 2015 immigration crisis began, which first hit Europe’s southern Mediterranean shores and quickly moved northward as shocking wave after wave of migrants came.

Akesson emphasizes something akin to a “Sweden-first” platform which European media often compares to Trump’s “America First”; and the party has been accused of preaching forced assimilation into Swedish culture to be become a citizen.  Little mention is made of the fact that some of the SDs political rivals have been urging Swedes to accept Sharia Law in order to satisfy the demands of radical Muslim preachers.

Bloomberg’s report sampled opinions at a large SD rally held in Akkeson’s hometown of Solvesborg, and many of the statements reflect increasingly common sentiment after this week’s coordinated multi-city attack:

At his party’s festival, Akesson revved up the crowd by slamming the establishment’s failures, calling the last two governments the worst in Swedish history. T-shirts calling for a Swexit, or an exit from the EU, were exchanged as bands played nationalist tunes.

Ted Lorentsson, a retiree from the island of Tjorn, said he’s an enthusiastic backer of the Sweden Democrats. “I think they want to improve elderly care, health care, child care,” he said. “Bring back the old Sweden.” But he also acknowledges his view has led to disagreement within his family as his daughter recoils at what she feels is the “Hitler”-like rhetoric.

No doubt, the media and Eurocrats in Brussels will take simple, innocent statements from elderly retirees like “bring back the old Sweden” as nothing short of declaration of a race war just as they did in an effort to influence Italy’s election result, but such views will only solidify after this week.

Another Sweden Democrat supporter, a 60-year old woman who works at a distillery, told Bloomberg, “I think you need to start seeing the whole picture in Sweden and save the original Swedish population,” she said. “I’m not racist, because I’m a realist.”

Sweden’s two biggest parties, the Social Democrats and Moderates, are now under serious pressure as Swedes increasingly worry about issues like immigration, law and order, and health care – seen as under threat by a mass influx of immigrants that the system can’t handle.

Bloomberg explains further:

But even young voters are turning their backs on the establishment. One potential SD supporter is law student Oscar Persson. Though he hasn’t yet decided how he’ll vote, he says it’s time for the mainstream parties to stop treating the Sweden Democrats like a pariah. “This game they are playing now, where the other parties don’t want to talk to them but still want their support, is something I don’t really understand,” he said.

Akesson has managed to entice voters from both sides of the political spectrum with a message of more welfare, lower taxes and savings based on immigration cuts.

With many Swedes now saying immigration has “gone too far” and as this week’s events have once again thrust the issue before both a national and global audience, the next round of polling will mostly like put Sweden’s conservative-right movements on top.

RELATED POSTS:
Swedend’s descent into a dystopian nightmare

Immigrant criminals and Swedish criminals are viewed differently in the eyes of Swedish law.

We ask why it is, in Sweden, that when a Swede kills two immigrants it is an act of terrorism that shames the nation, but when an African immigrant kills a Swedish mother and her young child, in the eyes of the government it is somehow the victim’s fault? The big concern is that, given the desperation of our Conservtive and Labour party leaders to make us more European, such politically correct insanity will be inflicted in Britain next

Sweden national suicide by immigration

Immigration in Germany

How immigration is marginalising Europe’s white working classes

Immigrants set up Sharia law zones in European cities

Sweden bhit by wave of rapes committed by immigrants

White genocide in Sweden engineered by ruling elite

Sweden Dystopian omnibus

Swedish immigrants riot against Swedish way of life

Elsewhere: [ The Original Boggart Blog] … Daily Stirrer …[Little Nicky Machiavelli]… [ Ian’s Authorsden Pages ]… [Scribd]…[Wikinut] … [ Boggart Abroad] … [ Grenteeth Bites ] … Ian Thorpe at Flickr ] … [ Tumblr ] … [Ian at Minds ] … [ Authorsden blog ] … [Daily Stirrer News Aggregator]

Top UKIP Official Trashes Allegations of Russian Meddling in Brexit

Unsubstantiated allegations of Russian interference in the Brexit referendum have kept the Euronazi ‘left’ and certain sections of mainstream media in a state of near hysteria since the result, a shock win for the Leave campaign, was announced in june 2016. Likewise, all the screeching about Trump collaborating with Vladimir Putin to steal the US presidency from warmongering crook Hillary Clinton, is still going on even though no solid evidence has been presented to support the claims in either case.

Yesterday General Secretary of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Paul Oakley discussed the allegations of anti-EU meddling in the referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU with reporter Suliman Mulhem who described the accusations as “Piffle”.

“Every specific allegation which has been made has proved to be groundless or derisory,” UKIP’s Paul Oakley said when asked about the accusations of Russian meddling to persuade Britons to exit the EU. Russian authorities have denied interfering in the referendum, or the domestic affairs of other nations in any form. Information from the Russian government should be treated with the same degree of scepticism as anything from our own government, the EU or the USA. However just because the Russian government say it isn’t true, that does not necessarily mean it is.

The latest allegations are almost exclusively being hurled by pro-EU politicians and groups, who are unhappy with the referendum’s outcome, and even called for another referendum to be held. Similarly pro – EU voices in Italy and Brussels are alleging Russian meddling in the recent Italian election which resulted in a crushing defeat for the pro – EU, mass immigration supporting centre left.

“Rather like those Japanese soldiers who refused to surrender when WWII ended, they [pro-EU ‘remainers’] cannot comprehend that they lost the struggle. It is impossible for them to understand that their campaign of lies and scaremongering could and did fall short. They should be pitied,” Mr Oakley added.

The government launched an inquiry – headed by Damian Collins – to investigate the allegations, but the UK representative of communications agency 89up Simon Milner said they only found “minimal activity” by Russian media outlets related to Brexit.

“Our investigators looked for coordinated activity tied to Russia which pertained to the EU referendum, in the form of ads delivered to people in the UK in the run-up to the vote. The investigation team found no additional coordinated Russian-linked accounts or Pages delivering ads to the UK regarding the EU Referendum during the relevant period, beyond the minimal activity we previously disclosed,” Simon Milner told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee earlier this year.

The UK voted to leave the EU via a nationwide referendum in mid-2016, with almost 52 percent of voters supporting Britain’s exit from the political and economic union. Britain is scheduled to officially leave the EU in late March, 2019, exactly two years after the government invoked Article 50.

EU-UK negotiations have been ongoing to agree an exit deal and transitional period, though there have a number of obstacles, including the issue of Northern Ireland’s border with the UK.

RELATED POSTS:

Brothers of Italy: Technocratic Elite Threatens Rome’s Sovereignty, Not Russia

Why does the United Kingdom want to leave the European Union?
I worked for the European Commission, the administrative branch of the EU governing bureaucracy for several years, though I was not an official but an external consultant. On the way to my office in the Batement Jean Monnet in Luxembourg City every morning I would pass a large plaque, The words etched on it described the vision of Monnet, Coudenhove – Kalergi, Robert Schuman, Paul – Henri Spaak and others, of a Europe in which there were no French people, no Germans, Italians, Dutch, Belgians and eventually, as the community expanded, no Britons, Spaniards Portuguese, Greeks, Austrians, Swedes etc., only Europeans,

Brussels Foreign Affairs Chief Mogherini Still Wants Turkey to Join EU

EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said in Malta on Friday that accession talks with Turkey have not been halted, following a Turkish referendum that gave President Erdogan dictatorial powers. Despite this rejection of the democratic principle all EU members are in theory expected to uphold, Mogherini still wants the predominently Islamic middle easter nation, to join.

EU Claims Britain Wants Benefits Of Membership Without Obligations

Manfred Weber criticised Britain’s apparent desire to still do business with the European Union while not being a member of the bloc.

He also claimed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was attempting to “provoke” Brussels with his recent choice of words while speaking in India.

However, an angry Neil railed against the MEP and asked was he not concerned about the rise of Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen, with the Netherlands and France both facing general elections this year.

Manfred Weber criticised Britain’s apparent desire to still do business with the European Union while not being a member of the bloc.He also claimed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was attempting to “provoke” Brussels with his recent choice of words while speaking in India.

However, an angry Neil railed against the MEP and asked was he not concerned about the rise of Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen, with the Netherlands and France both facing general elections this year.
Quitaly? Will Italy follow Britain out of the EU?
With a referendum in Italy, ostensibly on constitutional reforms but perceived as a referendum on the leadership of the ruling elite, looming in November and the anti – globalisation, pro sovereignty Five Star Party growing in popularity all the time. Should the constitutional changes be voted down, and the against campaign is showing a comfortable lead in opinion polls at the moment, it will put a Quitaly in-out referendum, similar to the so called Brexit vote that kick off the process of Britain leaving the European Union, at the top of the agenda.

‘Have you learned NOTHING from Brexit?’ Brilliant moment Andrew Neil SKEWERS German MEP

Threat Of Major Scandal Prompted Early Election Move – UKIP
Leaders of the (UKIP) have made astonishing claim that Prime Minister Teresa May’s calling an early General Election was done to pre-empt a series of by-elections that could be called following alleged electoral fraud. Accusing the Conservative government of “putting party before country”, UKIP appeared to suggest the scandal and ensuing disqualification of MPs could rob the government of its slender majority.

Nigel Farage Swipes Back At Irrational, Screeching, Crazy Clinton
US Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton launched a hysterical, irrational attack, filled with half truths and blatant lies, against the most prominent figure in the campaign to get Britain out of the EU (Brexit), UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, during a speech at a rally today. Mrs Clinton, responding to Farage’s address to a large and enthusiastic audience at a Donald Trump rally, may have been rattled at the prospect of having such a hihly effective campaigner in the rival camp …

Rebellion Against EU Authoritarianism Escalates As 8th Member Nation Threatens Referendum
Brussels went too far, they crossed the line in moving from an economic union to a political pan – European political empire. In the end it was a race as to which member state would quit first, Britain, Natherlands, Denmark or Italy. In the event it is Britain.

Is Brexit A Harbinger Of Doom For The ‘Experts’
The Brexit vote, the decision by a democratic majority in Britain to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves around the world. Not only does the EU now face a tsunami of departures, the usurpation of democracy by ‘experts’ ( technocrats ) has been challenged and exposed as a sham.

BREXIT vs. GREXIT – The Truth About The European Union And How It Treats Members
Unless the testicularly deficient politicians stand up for their nations he only thing that will halt the European Union’s push beyond Europe’s geographical borders to incorporate Asian, middle eastern and north African nations is war. Power is addictive and the bean counters of Brussels have ambitions far beyond Europe.

The Hypocrisy and Snobbery Of The Remain Campaign And The Antidote

When I had to defriend a Facebook contact because she was arguing in favour of the EU, it was not simply because I support Brexit that I had become pissed of with her, it was the snobbish and condescending way she dismissed supporters of LEAVE and their case. People are entitled to their opinion on the European Union, but they should check the ‘facts’ they post in support of their arguments.

The Labour Case For Brexit by Kate Hoey M.P.
After my short intro is a savage indictment by Brexit supporting Labour MP Kate Hoey of the way the Labour Party has abandoned the working class and is now trying to betray the party’s proud heritage and its roots in the industrial areas by taking Britain into an undemocratic, corporate controlled, capitalist friendly, elite dominated globalist control freak project.

Dutch Referendum This Week Shows why We Should Leave The EU.
Few of you were aware probably that there is an EU referendum vote in The Netherlands this week. As usual with anything negative about the EU barely a word has been printed in the topic in mainstream media and the silence from our notionally unbiased national broadcaster The Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been deafening.

French, Belgians, Dutch, Italians Follow Britain in Euroskepticism
Europeans want us British to lead them out of Europe. Don’t be fooled by project fear, the European Union (aka the Euronazi Federal Superstate) is falling apart. There will not be chaos if we leave, there will be chaos if we stay.

Head Of European Institute: Brexit ‘Better’ For Everyone
Brexit would be the best result of Britain’s in / out referendum for both Britain and the EU i a Belgian professor who heads up the European Institute at the London School of Economics (LSE) has said.

Johnson’s article lines up his reasons why Britain must exit on June 23rd. It’s time to be brave
OK, I know a lot of you think Boris is most accurately described by a word many people find offensive, but he’s put together a very good argument here on why we must leave the EU. Published in part here under ‘fair use’ terms and conditions, in the public interest …

Cameron’s EU Package: Not A Deal But A Few Turns In The Spin Machine
As we and almost everybody else predicted, David Cameron’s deal to improve Britain’s relationship with the EU is worthless. It changes nmothing, and can be vetoed once we have voted to stay in.

Cameron Plays Deal Or No Deal In Europe
David Cameron, who was apparently up all night trying to make other European leaders understand why his country needs a better deal in order to poersuade the prople it is a good idea stay in the EU. Unless Cameron gets what will enable him to sell the idea of surrendering national sovereignty to a Federal European Superstate ruled by a committee of unelected bureaucrats in to the British public he will not campaign for the UK to remain in the bloc

EU Refuses to Block Eurozone Integration to Reach Agreement With UK
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said at the E?U summit on British membership terms that the European Union wants to reach an agreement with the United Kingdom, but it is not prepared to compromise the banking union (financial integration) or the further integration of monetary union (UK being forced to abandon the pound join the Euro?) to achieve this goal.

Cameron’s EU Deal Worthless. It Can Be Vetoed In European Parliament?
Opinion polls show Britain is evenly divided on the question of whether to leave or remain in the EU, though it has been suggested up to 10 million other voters, many of them women, have yet to make a decision. How they cast their vote will shape the future of the world’s fifth largest economy and the EU itself. But what is really at stake is more important than economics …

Obama’s intervention in UK politics triggers angry backlash
Angry Britons have launched a petition calling for U.S. President Barack Obama to be prevented from speaking in the UK parliament on Britain’s forthcoming referendum on European Union (EU) membership.

NATO Rhetoric About Russian Threat is ‘Absurd’
The reasons being given for the latest NATO military buildup in Eastern Europe, the idea that the Russian ‘Russian threat’ to Eastern Europe grows every day is “simply absurd,” according to former US diplomat and Senate policy advisor Jim Jatras. Effectively, Jatras says, the buildup is an attempt by the US to keep Germany and France on board with Washington’s world domination agenda and …