Election in Sweden – should we intervene

In politics on September 11, 2010 at 09:11

Today we got reports that people who are trying to get elected to political posts are attacked in their home or just harassed.

The question is whether we as a caring neighboring nation should intervene and help them to restore peace in a country which seems to be moving toward total chaos.

We don’t want to create yet another vacuum as it was with the case of Iraq when the old regime was thrown out.

Fact is that the present regime doesn’t want members of a certain party to be elected to their parliament. As seen in Middle East countries they see to that the opposition cannot be in the media working closely together with newspapers and TV-stations.

It is wrong. It is a shocking behavior to watch in a European country which we believed was very much looking like us.

All the opposition in Sweden do is to ask for the same kind of immigration rules as we have in Denmark. Something I believe citizens in many countries can understand. We just want to live in peace and without crimes. While the citizens in France support deportations I believe that they in general are frustrated by the criticism they have been met with due to their actions. I believe that the citizens in Arizona in general just want to have people using the laws if they want to enter Arizona and live there instead of sneaking across the border carrying pounds of that white powder stuff they bring to pay off the traveling agencies who have arranged for their entry to the U.S.

Now the Danish people party has sent one of their members to Sweden in support. I don’t know what to think about that. What if the democratic system in Sweden collapses if the citizens react to our presence with removal of the abusive regime? Would violence not escalate?

As much as I support the Swedish opposition I believe that we need to settle with our moral support. I am afraid that there are too many secrets hidden under the nice looking and polished Sweden we see as tourists. We cannot dismantle the bridge. As I have stated previously we has paid a cost by having people from Sweden working here and using our roads. We had to lower the BAC which damaged communication and Human relation work in our firms.

But just think about how more suffering a destroyed Sweden would mean for us. We would have to set up refugee’s camp and start teaching how to live like Danes, which is a task we have failed so horrible by those who have come to Denmark so far.

Right now we are suffering like no people in any other countries. Rain is continuing in destroying our sewer system, schools are closing, exams are about to be canceled in general due to money problems, student are sent home to study on their own because we cannot afford teachers etc.

It is the burden we have to pay because we have allowed immigration, had to set refugee camps in Denmark, are paying for sending our entire army to Asia to fight terrorism and have to pay the depts. of other EU-countries.

We cannot house thousands of refugees trying to escape Sweden.

Sverigedemokrat attackerad vid sitt hem, by Rikard Berglin & Gustav Svensson, Syd Svenskan, September 10, 2010
DPP into Swedish election campaign, Politiken, september 10, 2010


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