The truth is that even the docile Swedish people have a limit. When those in power expose us to bloodbaths, whether in the Big Square of Stockholm in 1520 or at IKEA in Västerås in 2015, there will always be those who are ready to overthrow the mighty. Just as in Gustav Vasa's day, a lot of Swedes have firearms. They are not as easy to come by as in the United States, but more and more Swedes are getting hunting licenses, and are thereafter legally able to buy guns. From now on in Sweden, anything can happen.
- The mosque fire received huge attention, while the rape epidemic
is basically ignored. When a Swedish woman and her son are brutally
knifed to death in the most Swedish of all places – an IKEA store – the
Prime Minister has nothing to say.
- The normal democratic order, where citizens can contact
politicians or the media to make their voices heard, has all but
evaporated in Sweden. Newspaper websites have removed the reader comment
fields, and the politicians hide behind a wall of officials who brand
callers expressing concern "racist," and hang up. Sweden is governed by a
power that has shut down the democratic process.
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