The Dark Side of Sweden


Björn Norström - Islam vs. the West: Will Sweden Survive the Coming Multicultural Conflict?
August 25, 2014
Björn Norström is a Swedish journalist living in America who writes for the Swedish online magazine Avpixlat.info on issues of mass immigration and the failure of Swedish multiculturalism. Björn Norström begins the conversation discussing the difference between Sweden’s political left verses America’s left. He’ll then discuss how corporations have no allegiance to country. We’ll also talk about the long term impact upon the western world if rapid immigration continues. We discuss...

Henrik Rönnquist - Art Censorship Swedish Style: Gallery Owner Charged with "Hate Crime"
August 1, 2014
Swedish art gallery owner Henrik Rönnquist returns to discuss the latest news concerning art censorship in Sweden. Last we spoke, Dan Park a Swedish artist, was arrested and sentenced to jail for his street art. When Park uploaded pictures on his blog to tell his fans what was going on - he received another prison sentence for doing so. Henrik recently had a private art exhibit which featured several of Dan Park’s pieces. During the day of the showing, both protestors and police...

Dan Park - Sweden’s Soviet Style Art Censorship & Dying Freedom of Speech
June 3, 2014
Swedish street artist Dan Park faced two prison sentences because of his provocative street art. He was accused of denigration of “folkgrupp,” which is the Swedish term for specially protected segments of the population, such as Muslims, Gypsies, homosexuals and women – but not the original Swedes nor men in general. Both sentences were given for the same pictures. During the first court case, Park had uploaded pictures on his blog to tell his fans what was going on - before any...

Mikkel Clair Nissen - Hour 1 - Psychopathic Narcissism & Pathological Collectivism in Denmark
May 5, 2014
Mikkel Clair Nissen is an anti-collectivism activist and author of the book, Manipulism and the Weapon of Guilt: Collectivism Exposed, a controversial exposé and carefully detailed description of the awful emotional mind game that facilitates communism, socialism, and social-liberalism, known as collectivism. The book exposes Denmark, the supposed happiest nation on earth, for what it truly is: collectivism's biggest propaganda hoax. Danish author Mikkel Clair Nissen...

Ingunn Sigursdatter - Norway: Happiest Country on Earth Myth & Awakening the Norsemen
April 14, 2014
Ingunn Sigurdsdatter, was born into a religious and politically active family. Her grandfather was a prominent Norwegian politician for 20 years and head of the Leftist Party. She has degrees in languages & social sciences. She has founded and co-founded three companies, taught at university, high school and alternative school. Ingunn also co-authored a book for children about Thor Heyerdahls crossing of the Pacific Ocean in a balsa fleet. She’ll discuss her profound change in direction that resulted in the decision to...

Dale Hurd - Sweden: No Diversity in Politics and Media
April 21, 2014
A CBN News veteran, Dale Hurd began his journalism career in 1982 at a daytime only AM radio station in Kalamazoo, Mich. In 1987 he joined the CBN Radio Network as a program host and news anchor. Dale has reported extensively from Western Europe, as well as China, Russia, and Central and South America. Dale's first foreign assignment to Moscow in 1991 was just months before the eventual breakup of the Soviet Union. It remains his favorite stint. "It was clear to me, as soon as we landed in 1991, that the Soviet Union was...

Lisa Andersson - When Swedish Tax Authorities Attack
December 16, 2013
Lisa Andersson and her husband Micke Brandt run a construction company in Sweden. They were accused by the Swedish tax authorities of collaborating with other companies in a tax scheme. The accusation was based on what the authorities called "false invoices," although they had no evidence to support this accusation. In the process Lisa and her husband discovered that when dealing with authorities and courts in Sweden, one has almost no rights. They also realized that before...

Klaus Bernpaintner - A Swedish Lesson in Conformity & Control
October 21, 2013
Klaus Bernpaintner is a Senior Fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Sweden, an entrepreneur and a former financial analyst. He earned an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, USA, and an MSc from the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. He joins us to discuss modern problems created by government. He shares how true economics is the strongest proof against government. We'll focus on Swedish politics, economics and...

Alex Newman - Sweden's Big Government 'Utopia' Unmasked
June 17, 2012
Alex Newman is an American freelance writer and the president of Liberty Sentinel Media Inc., a small media consulting firm. He is currently living in Sweden and has spent most of his life in Latin America, Europe and Africa. He has a degree in foreign languages and speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian and a little Swedish and Afrikaans. Newman also earned a degree in journalism from the University of Florida, with emphasis on economics and...

Christer Johansson - Abduction of Domenic Johansson by Swedish Social Services
April 15, 2012
In this special two hour program, we discuss the disturbing story of a child, Domenic Johansson who was abducted by Swedish social services over ludicrous claims. The child's father Christer Johansson explains the outrageous actions by the Swedish government. Christer and his wife Annie wanted to homeschool their child as he did not feel well in the noisy state school. At this time, homeschooling was still legal in Sweden. The family had planned to move...

Mikael Jalving - Absolut Sweden: A Country Undergoing Change
January 22, 2013
Michael Jalving is a Danish commentator, writer, lecturer and political debater. He writes for Jyllands Posten, which a few years ago published the famous Muhammad cartoons, which led to international controversy and burning of embassies. The newspaper announced that this publication was an attempt to contribute to the debate regarding criticism of Islam and self-censorship. Jalving previously published the book "Me and...


Rick Falkvinge - Pirate Party: Intellectual Property & Big Brother
January 20, 2014
Rick Falkvinge is the founder of the Swedish and first Pirate Party, which has representation in the European parliament and has spawned Pirate Parties in more than 60 other countries. He is a political evangelist for ideas of freedom of speech and expression. Rick has been named a Top Global Thinker by Foreign Policy magazine, as well as shortlisted as one of the world's most influential people by TIME Magazine. In the first hour, he'll tell us the background surrounding the formation of the Pirate Party...

Ingrid Carlqvist - State Controlled Press in Sweden & Mass Immigration
October 28, 2013
Swedish author and independent journalist Ingrid Carlqvist joins us from Copenhagen, Denmark to continue our ongoing discussion about Sweden's troubled past and future. Ingrid started the website Dispatch International with Danish historian Lars Hedegaard in an effort to help balance the debate on many of the politically incorrect topics that Swedish state funded media refuses to touch. We'll discuss where the country has been and where it...

Mike Cross - Philosophy of a Psychopathic Society & Template of Conformity
April 5, 2012
Mike Cross, author of Freedom from Conscience - Melanie's Journey discusses psychopaths and their relation to politics, society and personal relationships. Mike, a former Oregonian now a resident of Stockholm, teaches psychology and international finance. We begin the first hour commenting on the Nordic model of government and society. Mike talks about how conformity within a society is an ideal system for the psychopath. We'll also discuss how a...


Warren McLachlan - Dark Side of Finland
August 14, 2013
Australian Warren McLachlan tells the tragic story of battling the Finnish government for his children. It all began when his Finnish wife surrendered their two children to Finnish social services while they were separated. Warren explains the details of this horrifically unjust case, ongoing for over 10 years, in the attempts to get his children back. He’ll talk about how his children are under the care of unreasonable psychiatrists who have heavily medicated his...

Ole Dammegård - Coup d'etat in Slow Motion: The Assassination of Olof Palme
January 6, 2013
Writer, former-journalist, artist and musician Ole Dammegård joins us to discuss his book "Coup d’etat in Slow motion," a book that turned out to be a very important but dangerous task for him. In his book, Ole uncovers the real facts behind the assassination of the Swedish Prime minister Olof Palme, which has interesting similarities with the JFK assassination. He’ll discuss an international conspiracy of what is still claimed to be the deed of madman but has turned...


Ole Dammegård - The Assassination of Olof Palme - Part 2
February 7, 2013
Writer, former-journalist, artist and musician Ole Dammegård joins us to discuss his book "Coup d’etat in Slow motion," a book that turned out to be a very important but dangerous task for him. Ole uncovers the complicated web, created by the international crime syndicate in the wake of the assassination of the Swedish Prime minister now 27 years ago. We proceed to discuss the murder, the people involved and where the trail leads. In this continuation, we...

Ole Dammegård - The Assassination of Olof Palme & The Sinking of Estonia - Part 3
March 21, 2013
Writer, former-journalist, artist and musician Ole Dammegård returns to continue our series on the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, as detailed in his book "Coup d'etat in Slow motion." Previously in part 1 and 2, Ole uncovered the real facts behind the assassination. He pointed out the similarities to the JFK assassination. In the first hour, we talk about the paper work associated with the cover up. We focus on the autopsy report and the strange...

Ole Dammegård - The Assassination of Olof Palme - Part 4
April 23, 2013
Writer, former-journalist, artist and musician Ole Dammegård returns to continue our series on the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, as detailed in his book "Coup d'etat in Slow motion." Previously in part 1, 2 and 3, Ole uncovered the inconsistencies in the official story, including hidden facts behind the assassination. He spoke about the patsy, Christer Pettersson, an innocent alcoholic, who was framed as the murderer and sentenced for...

 

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