A Youtube clip about the present-day invasion of Europe went viral this week. It was subsequently taken down citing copyright reasons, but I’ve uploaded it again on my own account to make sure people still have access:
Companies that don’t have at least 40% percent women on the board of directors shall be liable to be dissolved by the state or forced to pay sizable fines, states Swedish justice minister Morgan Johansson (Social Democrat) to state radio Ekot.
Today’s Sweden surely must be the craziest society that ever existed. I mean, can you really top that recipe for bankruptcy, getting all those incompetents board positions? Perhaps that could even top the damage done to the country through unrestrained third-world immigration. Sweden has truly gone off the rockers, that’s for sure. One wonders how long until the country is completely destroyed? 50 years? 10 years? 5?
19-year-old single mother Matilda Sohl of Vårgårda, Sweden, doesn’t have any qualms about dressing up her male toddler in a pink outfit. In fact, she believes she’s fighting a just cause posting pictures of him on her blog, in spite of the boy obviously crying.
In the Swedish town of Borås, a young Muslim man caused quite a commotion today and the police were forced to attend to the matter after he had demanded that his fellow students stopped singing a song. He also required all the women to wear a veil, as well as to stop laughing, referencing his religion. As quoted by bt.se: Continue reading →
Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the infamous communist revolutionary and mass murderer, was promoted on a children’s show the other day. His “claim to fame” is that he murdered thousands of captives during the Cuban revolution and was later killed trying to take over Bolivia as well, but that doesn’t seem to bother the Swedish state TV. Continue reading →
I hope the downtime and slow response times I suffered under my previous shared hosting provider didn’t turn anyone away from my sites. But so as to prevent that from happening, I’ve now gotten myself a dedicated server at a provider called OVH, one I’m very pleased with. I got myself a Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 machine on a solid 250-mbit (1 gbit download) connection with them for a measly $56 a month. Go here if you want to see their deals in the line I used.
Since the OVH server is in France, I’m leaving the An Alabama Story running on my old provider though, due to free speech reasons. But for the material I’m going to launch on my own sites in the future, I realized I really couldn’t do with the shared hosting any longer. A dedicated server is so much nicer, and it’s certainly been fun toying around with it since I bought it.
In yesterday’s Läkartidningen, the periodical of the Swedish doctor’s association, one could read that an immigrant physician had illegally browsed patient’s journals on 177 different occasions, going through the files of individuals who weren’t even his own patients. He’s been convicted in court over this, but he still maintains employment and keeps his license in spite of this.
So-called “public service” in Sweden, this time in the form of state TV Sveriges Television, really seems to be on a crusade to stamp out any morality left in society. Or simply to recover from the slump in TV ratings that their usually pro-communist programming has had to deal with through creating controversy. Continue reading →