The undiscussed aspect of mass immigration into Swedish society

If you highlight that there are cultural problems in Sweden between immigrants and Swedes, you are dubbed a xenophobic racist right away.

You are not allowed to address these issues, you are not allowed to talk about them and you have absolutely no right to criticize other people with different cultural values.

I think that some aspects of these problems could be fixed with even some basic communication (leading to understanding), but the political correct VIRUS that exists in this country has prevented this from happening. “Don’t talk about it – put the lid on it!”

With communication some basic level misunderstanding could have been avoided, some other cultural values are more difficult to “fix” over come even with so called “tolerance”.

This philosophy and this inability to address some of these issues in the open … because it’s “offensive”, is acctually a huge disservice that the politically correct political class and their indoctrinated drones do to themselves, they just don’t know it yet. They just don’t get it.

The longer that all of this is suppressed and “the lid is kept one” …the worse it will get. Sweden is not an open society. eveything is very hush hush and it’s like a “pressure cooker”. Well, one day this pressure cooker will explode – because no steam is being let out. When that happens, I would NOT want to be in this country!

It might be another 5 years or maybe even 50 years, but the fact is …it’s going to happen sooner or later.

I don’t understand WHY it is so dangerous and “verboten” to talk about immigration in Sweden. Many people speak underneath their breath about it, many – if push comes to shove – would never ever say something publicly or in the open about it. It’s a fear of being ousted and they know they would be lynched if they did.

Anyone with a Swedish flag on their t-shirt back in the 90′s was considered a neo-nazi and the political class did a “number” on their people when they instigated a reemergence of national pride and cultural values and then quickly associated it with a racist ideology. Those who were younger in Sweden around this time will remember this. Timley and NOT coinsidentaly, this was when we entered into the European Union.

A brilliant plan (because it worked) to destroy even the tiny amount to national pride that was left in the dried out Swede.

I’m not against immigration, but I am against mass immigration and the fact that the politicians, the immigrant department and the social workers consider it to be a to sensitive issue to actually address and point out (and educate) immigrants about Swedish culture, differences they will encounter and how likley it is that cultural clashes will occur.

I worked in a school where immigrants learned Swedish for half a year or so back in the early 00′s. I got to see how isolated the immigrants became and how little they actually got thought about Swedish life, culture, customs, traditions and more importantly HISTORY! Not even Swedes are taught their own history. This is something the Swedish hating political class, with politicians like Mona Sahlin, have taken care of. They think Swedish culture is nothing but a Christianized phallus symbol (the mid-summers pole) and an imported recipe from Italy on how to make meatballs. There’s MUCH more to it then that – and I’m NOT talking about the Vikings.

I just have one basic question: WHY can not the Swedish people get to vote about the immigration issue? Shouldn’t they have their say in the matter? Is this NOT a democracy?

The following article is something that you’re not allowed to talk about in Sweden:

Welcome to Malmö!

Sweden is one of the worst hit countries in Europe of Muslim immigration and Political Correctness. Now, the police themselves have publicly admitted that they no longer control one of Sweden’s major cities. I have made some exclusive translations from Swedish media. They show the future of Eurabia unless Europeans wake up.


I’ve seen the future of Eurabia, and it’s called ‘Sweden.’ Malmø is Sweden’s third largest city, after Stockholm and Gothenburg. Once-peaceful Sweden, home of ABBA, IKEA and the Nobel Prize, is increasingly looking like the Middle East on a bad day.


ALL of the 600 windows at one of the schools in Malmø have been broken during the summer holiday. Window smashing alone costs the city millions every year. City buses have been forced to avoid the immigrant ghetto, as they are met with youths throwing rocks or bottles at them if they enter. Earlier this year, a boy of Afghan origin had made plans to blow up his own school.


People working at the emergency ward at the major hospital in Malmø receive threats every day, and are starting to get used to it. Patients with knives or guns are commonplace. They have discussed having metal detectors at the emergency entrance, but some fear this could be seen as a provocation.


Lisa Nilsson has lived in Manhatten, New York City, for 25 years. After moving back to Malmø, Sweden, she now misses the safety of New York. She never walks anywhere in Malmø after dark, but takes a taxi everywhere she goes.

Rapes in Sweden as a whole have increased by 17% just since the beginning of 2003, and have had a dramatic increase during the past decade. Gang rapes, usually involving Muslim immigrant males and native Swedish girls, have become commonplace. Two weeks ago, 5 Kurds brutally raped a 13-year-old Swedish girl.


22-year-old Swedish woman going out for fresh air gang raped by three strange men. The only said one word to her: “Whore!”


Ali Dashti comments: “Stories like this are in Swedish newspapers every week. Swedish media usually take great care not to mention the ethnic background of the perpetrators, but you can usually read it between the lines.”


One more: how have Swedish politicians reacted to the chaos caused in one of their major cities because of Muslims of whom even the police seem to be afraid? By making it easier for Muslims to enter Sweden:

Sweden’s politicians view arranged marriages as a positive tradition: a cultural pattern that immigrants should be allowed to preserve even in Sweden. The Swedish government feels that interfering in arranged marriages is an encroachment upon private life. In addition, immigrant couples can apply for family reunification in Sweden even if they’ve never seen each other before – as long as the marriage is entered in a culture with a tradition of parents arranging marriages on behalf of their children. A 2002 study by Växjö University economics professor Jan Ekberg found that immigration cost Swedish taxpayers DKK 33 billion that year, compared to just DKK 10 billion in Denmark. And while one might assume that the rise in costs would result in knee-jerk opposition to immigration, just the opposite has happened in Sweden. A Swedish government commission has proposed abolishing the so-called “seriousness requirement.”
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Restrictions on Freedom of Assembly in Swedish Society

Ever wondered why they left?

Conventicles placard or “Konventikelplakatet” was a decree of January 12, 1726, which forbade conventicles (prayer meetings in homes, except for family devotions). “Konventikelplakatet” was directed against the pietistic movement, in order to safeguard the “unity in religion” which, by that time perception was necessary for the perpetuation of society. Violation of the regulation could result in severe penalties.

In the 1800s, the “konventikelplakatet” was also used against the “Ropar Movement” and the Free Church movement. Many refused to acquiesce to the spiritual straitjacket, and preferred to emigrate - mostly to North America. The first big wave of emigration in 1840 - and 1850s was due in part to the relentless law. From almost all parts of the country came petitions calling for the abolition of the law. The issue was discussed at several Parliaments, but not until October 26, 1858 was the placard proclamation repealed (58 YEARS LATER!!!)

A new, slightly more lenient law came in its place. Meetings without the guidance of a priest was still not allowed during the regular worship time without special permission. As early as December 11, 1868 this law was also replaced. Now it was said that if such a meeting would be held during the general service time, it was not allowed to be held so close to the church that it interfered with the peace and order.



If you gathered with your friends and/or family in your own home, the sheriff or the local cleric could always claim that you held home church meetings, hence breaking the “Conventicles placard”. They didn’t care if you talked about Hebrew propaganda or an insane “god” called Yahweh. The fact is that the authorities didn’t want Swedes to assemble, complain about the way church and state tortured their subject and potentially “plot” against the power elite. They learned their lesson from Dacke, and didn’t want to have another revolutionary war on their hands. So they decided to nail us with this stupid law that divided us and prevented us from cooperating. This beautiful “legacy” has today created a population that is scared of cooperating or simply talking about helping each other out. Swedes are conformist and very rule obsessed. Swedes are also very isolated, fearful and hardly communicates or cooperates. I believe that the Swedish people have been traumatized over hundreds of year by the church’s persecution, state tyranny and the wars. This today, I believe, is hardwired into the Swede (almost genetically) and it is reflected in the way the current tyrannical government of Sweden is being run and how it’s accepted by the “domesticated” population.

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Catechism – Mandatory Household Examinations by Clergy in Swedish Homes

This is the “Small Catechism” = “Lilla katekesen” by Martin Luther.

This is one of the books that all people in the old (19th century) Sweden
had to study and was included in the examinations of the “clerical survey”
so often referred to in genealogy.

Those examinations were ordered by a law called “Konventikelplakatet” in
1726 but already in the 17th century there were orders that the “klockare”
in the parish should teach all children to read and understand the contents
of “Lilla Katekesen”

There is also a “Stora Katekesen” – a more comprehensive text on the same
topics – but that was used only (mostly) by more learned people and not
included in the “household examinations”.

It has been used since the “reformation” in the 16th century and of course
re-translated several times.

The importance of “Lilla Katekesen” in the old Swedish society can hardly be
underestimated. It was used not only as a source of religious knowledge but
was equally important as the first “reader” – the texts being used for
learning to read. It also served as a small dictionary and most editions had
a “väggtavla” section at the end – a number of general advice to different
people like the husband, the wife, the child, the labourer etc – advice and
rules for “good and rightous living”

“Lilla katekesen” was one of three books in rural families along with the
“psalmbok” (book of hymns, hymnal) and The Holy Bible. The Bible was more
expensive and not every home owned one so on Sundays neighbours often
gathered in someone elses home to hear the reading – especially on occasions
when they could not attend the service in the church (bad weather etc)
It was the duty of every “husfader” (head of household) to read from these
books to his family at least once a week.