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Postby Apoclima » Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:08 pm

Is Swedish Democracy Collapsing?

By Fjordman


This text was posted on a large Swedish Muslim forum in February 2005: "Wallahi I pray that Allah will severely punish all those who are involved in this war against Islam. And that Sweden will feel the punishment of the Mujahdiin that the USA and Spain and other countries have done for their involvement in Iraq. May Allah punish this hypocrite government, Ameen. Please give me evidence that kuffar (infidels) should NOT be allowed to kill. Why should you not be allowed to call Sweden Darul Harb (the House of War)? Ulama have stated many times that every state that does not judge according to sharia, and does not have a pact with the Muslims or is paying the Jiziya is a part of Dar ul-Harb, which is allowed to attack and their wealth permitted for all Muslims. Why not follow the example of what our Mujahid brother in Holland did with that pig Theo van Gogh? That brother's action really made a difference in the world, and because of it the Muslims now enjoy some respect and eminence among the kuffar. Sure, Muslims enjoy "protection" in Sweden as citizens. So what? There are Muslims in the USA and Israel, too, getting "protection". What difference does it make? Allah made Jihad compulsory. A Muslim has to enter fully into Islam, not just ignore issues as he feels like. This is Islam, not a lunch buffet."


The threats against Sweden should serve as a lesson to those who still claim that Islamic terrorism is caused by "Israeli aggression" or "American foreign policy". Sweden, a retirement home for foreign war criminals and reputedly where Iraqi ex-dictator Saddam Hussein wants to spend his last years


Native Swedes are leaving the city [Malmö] in droves, as crime is rampant and the police publicly admit they don't control all parts of the city.


The number of ghettos, a phenomenon that until recently was unheard of in wealthy and egalitarian Scandinavian nations, has been increasing explosively. 14 years ago, there were only 3 such areas in all of Sweden. Today, there are 136.


The newly arrived are largely unemployed, and this costs the welfare state much money. The welfare state is based on a closed system, it can handle a limited group of people. It can't in any way deal with an open society, but this kind of insight is too much for politicians in general.


Using an old trick beloved of authoritarian states such as Cuba, the Administration told unemployed construction workers that if they did not attend a demonstration in favour of collective agreements, it would assume they were in gainful employment and their benefits would be duly withdrawn. "Attendance at the meeting is compulsory. If you do not attend, I will take it for granted that you are fully occupied and no longer seeking employment through the Labour Market Administration. You will be removed from the unemployment register and your unemployment benefits will cease."


A significant number of the problems we are witnessing now have their roots in the ideology of the all-encompassing state, the generous welfare system and the long period of Socialist dominance that has crippled a genuine political debate. Education teaches people to respect the consensus, and not sabotage it. As Roland Huntford demonstrated in the book The New Totalitarians, Sweden is a "peaceful utopia" totally controlled by a bureaucracy which actively discourages all signs of individuality and dissent.


The paper reported that the Swedish Security Police (Säpo) would only admit to the presence of one member of Saddam's clan, but Expressen was sticking to its story, claiming that the pair was being interrogated "on behalf of the Americans."


"This is not unusual," said Margareta Linderoth from Säpo. "Lots of people who come here from Iraq are investigated in this way."


But even if immigrants from Iraq are impressed by the slickness of Sweden's interrogation techniques,


Does anyone know what Swedish Interrogation Techniques are and why they have "slickness?"

Sweden 'violated' torture treaty

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Postby Slava » Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:04 pm

I have seen this post many times now, and still don't quite get it. While it is in the Res Diversae section, what's it doing here, and what might have been the OP's aim in putting here?
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Postby Stargzer » Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:59 pm

It's obviously in Res Diversae because it fits in no other category! That's why we created Res Diversae back on the other Site That Shall Not Be Named.
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