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
In yet another blatant display of the lawlessness so prevalent in Sweden today, Uppsala tingsrätt sentenced homosexual activist Oskar Kalm to a mere 2.5 years in prison back on Tuesday for having raped a 14-year-old boy on numerous occasions. Continue reading →
The Swedish state radio is infamous for its provocative feminist stunts. This reached new heights back on Monday when a list was published that celebrated the suicide deaths of a number of famous male authors, a list that has since been taken down after it sparked massive criticism. Google still has a cached version of it though. Continue reading →
I heard just now about a play being staged at the city theatre in Malmö about religious radicalization – namely Christian radicalization. Newspaper Sydsvenskan reports about one called “Martyrer,” “Martyrs” in English, about a 15-year-old boy displaying “extreme” devotion to the Bible, and the steps the authorities take to “rectify” this “problem.” Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I got invited to an interview about Sweden and my book “The Madhouse” at Red Ice Radio – it’s up now at http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2014/11/RIR-141114.php . The first hour is available for free, whereas the second one requires you to be a member at that site. We talk about topics like immigration, the lack of free speech, statism and such, having quite a good discussion.
I got myself an invite to Red Ice Radio, a program that will air in maybe two weeks, so for that reason I’m undertaking a way overdue makeover of my site. For this reason things might not make all that much sense here over the coming days. Then again, the site was far from perfect before either, which is why I’m changing theme. But anyway, all the blog posts will remain up at least.
Tonight they showed a feature on children being victimised by staff at one of Sweden’s biggest orphanages – Barnhemmet Oasen. For the next month it can be found on the TV 4 webpage with English subtitles: http://www.tv4play.se/program/kalla-fakta?video_id=2296617
I’ve personally touched a bit on this orphanage in my own international reporting and had planned to make a major expose, talking to parents of children who had been placed there etc, but never had the resources at my disposal to follow through with this. Almost a bit surprised that they cover it this extensively, and with English subtitles no less. Yet what was shown there was only the tip of the iceberg. Children who are placed at this orphanage and others like it can expect a hellish time, and rarely are they placed for good reasons.
Apparently in today’s Sweden, you have to watch your language even in private letters to public-owned companies. A 45-year-old man wrote derogatorily about immigrants in e-mail to his landlord after they’ve annoyed him on the yard outside his apartment. Then he lost both his job and was charged with agitation against ethnic group (“hets mot folkgrupp”), with the prosecutor calling for “a couple of months in prison” for him. Was the Soviet union ever this bad? http://www.dt.se/brottsplats/1.5604929-hotas-av-fangelse-for-hets-mot-folkgrupp