Why Sweden is not the country you thought it was - Red Ice Commentary
2013 05 28

From: redicecreations.com



In this commentary Henrik Palmgren analyzes the recent civil unrest and rioting in the immigrant dense suburbs outside Stockholm, Sweden. He talks about the media climate in Sweden which has done everything they can to fuel the fires. Henrik explains why the different sides are both right and wrong. Once again he refutes the Nordic Model as the promoted future "super model."

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Mikael Jalving - Hour 1 - Absolut Sweden: A Country Undergoing Change

Alex Newman - Hour 1 - Sweden’s Big Government ’Utopia’ Unmasked

Christer Johansson - Hour 1 & 2 - Abduction of Domenic Johansson by Swedish Social Services

Mike Cross - Hour 1 - Philosophy of a Psychopathic Society

Four part series on the Assasination of Olof Palme, with Ole Dammegård:
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

More about the Nordic Model in our commentary section

Lies from the Economist, Forbes, Legatum Prosperity Index

Additional links:

Somali reporter: Swedish journalists are more dangerous than al-Shabab

‘Lack of public debate on immigration caused Stockholm riots’

Stockholm riots update: "Tabloid Journalists are paying youth to burn cars"

"Policy of multiculturalism in Europe has failed"

Psychoanalyst Rollo May talking about Swedish society in “Sagolandet” (Fairy tale land)

“Folkhemmet” – Sweden’s Fascism in slow motion

Barbara Spectre : Leading Jewish Role in Multiculturalism

‘They don’t want to integrate’: Fifth night of youth rioting rocks Stockholm

Marc Abramsson from the National Democratic Party comment on the Husby Riots in Stockholm

Sweden’s Unwritten Law: Jante



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