Scandinavia’s New Religion: Multiculturalism
And the rampant rape culture it has produced.
During recent travel to Scandinavia after a six year absence, the take-away now is even more pronounced: Christianity is a diminishing reality and the new faith that has arisen is multiculturalism. It may be more evident in Sweden than in Norway or Finland, but nevertheless, it is found everywhere. As you watch the morning commuter trains unload, four — if not five — out of every ten non-tourist passengers appear to be non-native. A significant number of the city’s bus drivers in Oslo are Africans. Many of the uniformed personnel in Sweden and Norway appear to be of Middle Eastern origin.
Not everyone is happy with the current situation in which Third World immigrants are flooding in. Take Norway, for example: a small country whose population barely exceeds five million (5,084,000 in 2013). Roger, 55, (declined to give his last name) a native Norwegian from Oslo, explained: “Norwegians are basically non-verbal and not very expressive. The only time you will find out what a Norwegian really thinks is when he is drunk.” He himself was inebriated, by his own admission. “I have had a few drinks,” said Roger, and he pointed out that the immigrants are changing the traditional way of life in Norway, and are overwhelming the state demographically.
In Sweden, concern about uncontrolled immigration was expressed by Magnus and Jerry (both in their late 20’s) and living in different parts of Stockholm. Magnus, was concerned about the future character of Sweden and was particularly worried about the influx of Middle Eastern Arab-Muslims. Jerry revealed that he has voted for the conservative Sweden Democrats (SD) party. He confided, however, that in Sweden today, political correctness (PC) makes it a taboo to disclose his having voted for the SD party, particularly in his place of employment. He would be shamed if he told his colleagues about his choice. Yet, over a million Swedes voted for the SD party.
Jerry and Magnus both maintained that the Swedish government gives preferential treatment to immigrants in terms of housing and education. Although college tuition in Sweden is free, most students are living in dorms or in rentals, and Stockholm’s rentals are very high, leaving students with huge debts, when compared to the rest of Europe. Whereas the immigrants receive subsidized housing and free tuition, native Swedes are stuck with overwhelming debt. According to Jerry, this is one of the key reasons why the SD party rose to become the third largest party in Sweden.
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