A Minister for Equal Rights (Nyamko Sabuni) has resigned, a new one (Maria Arnholm) has been appointed. A ministerial office that the Swedish people does not need.
The government, however, may still need such a minister, who ideally would be a women, brought up in the spirit of the Swedish Liberal Peoples’ Party led by Bengt Westerberg. A minister from Malmö is good, in particular if she settles in the immigrant-heavy area of Rosengård.
We do not need a Minister of Equal Rights to talk about how the electorate should live. We need her to guide the politicians, in order that they might live the politics they preach. We need to influence the policymakers to make them settle in immigrant-rich areas. Accommodation for unaccompanied children and parking space for travelers should be planned in well-off residential areas, where journalists and members of parliament live. The national newspapers must employ more immigrants and people with dark skin. The government might need a person who ensures that the state apparatus employs “New Swedes” fluent in immigrant languages. The policymakers should master the roughly 100 different languages that the municipalities are obliged to teach. Thus, we need a LEfP – Language Education for Policymakers. There are plenty of useful tasks for a Minister of Equal Rights.
Bo Frank (Moderaterna), a City Council member in Växjö, is critical of the party’s policy. Another City Council member from Moderaterna, Björn Skaerman in Vallentuna, has written an article published on the Internet at dagenssamhalle.se, in which he states that the Swedish immigration policy is based on lies.
Swedes are tired of making their country the welfare office for the whole world. They are tired of lying politicians who call unemployable persons in need of help “labor and entrepreneurs”
People do not understand the need for more uneducated persons in times of unemployment. They do not comprehend why our youth is encouraged to study, while we add on more illiterates.
This policy can only continue because our freedom of expression has been restricted. This is more serious than the immigration problem. This is the direct responsibility of the government. The restriction on opinion is a precondition for the immigration that the Swedish people does not desire, as well as for a crippled defense. It is shameful that government led by the nominally conservative party Moderaterna quietly has dismantled our defense. A mitigating circumstance, however, is that most Swedes certainly prefer to live under Russian rule as opposed to that of the Islamists. People are tired of medieval culture while the rulers live segregated lives. The hypocrisy could hardly be clearer.
Let us hope that Bo Frank and Björn Skaerman will be like the child in the fairy tale The Emperors’ New Clothes, and have the courage to say that Emperor Reinfeldt [the prime minister of Sweden] is naked, as are other party leaders who do not live what they preach.