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Racist Sweden

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Sweden is the most racist country

Submitted by Robert (United States), Aug 8, 2011 at 03:05

I could not have said it any better than you. You may as well throw in Norway too; in many respects the Swedish fjordbillies (Norwegians) are even worse. I lived in both Norway and Sweden during the 1970s, revisited both in the 1990s and 2000s. I've yet to define these two nations as "multicultural." The U.S.A., Canada, and the UK are REAL multicultural nations, allowing upward mobility for EVERYONE. No such upward mobility was extended to me as a non-white American in either Norway or Sweden. In many ways, these two racist nations are similar to Japan and the Japanese: they'll forbid foreigners from entering establishments and will use their language as justification for exclusion. I like to say that Norwegians and Swedes suffer from the "uber alles syndrome" like Nazi Germans did. They THINK they are above everyone else: they are only fooling THEMSELVES. Their plight will be the same as that of Nazi Germans.


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