Swedish General Election, 2018

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Which party would you vote for?

Social Democrats (S)
11
23%
Sweden Democrats (SD)
16
33%
Moderate Party (M)
3
6%
Centre Party (C)
4
8%
Left Party (V)
6
13%
Liberal Party (L)
4
8%
Green Party (MP)
2
4%
Christian Democrats (KD)
1
2%
Feminist Initiative (F!)
0
No votes
Other
1
2%
 
Total votes : 48

Re: Swedish General Election, 2018

Postby Doc » Wed Jul 25, 2018 12:09 pm

jamescfm wrote:Glad to see the rightwing circlejerk continues to rage on in the off-topic section.


I stumbled on here quite accidentally.

Like most Yankees, I can afford to completely avoid right of center Europolitics completely, and can finally do so legitimately.

I don't know what any of this is about.
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Re: Swedish General Election, 2018

Postby Elf » Wed Jul 25, 2018 1:37 pm

Hrafn wrote:So it has once again been revealed that so-called "refugees" are regularly going on "vacation" to the country they supposedly "flead" from, all the while living a leisurely life at the Swedish tax-payers' expense. This time it concerns Syrians.
Why are we morally obligated to house and feed these scumbags again?

This would be a perfect occasion for SD to step up their game and push for repatriation policies, but instead they have chosen to abandon that altogether, saying (literally translated) "Nobody who has lived in Sweden will be forced to leave". Great way to piss on your own voters in a futile attempt to get cozy with the establishment, SD!

Hopefully, AfS can grab this opportunity to "convert" people.

Edit: Oh, and on Poland sending aid to us to solve the wildfire crisis, they said "We do it to help the Swedish people, we do not do it to help the Swedish government". Gotta give the Poles a thumbs up for that statement! :D
I think you're making a hen out of a feather regarding that statement. It was done in SvD Junior... i. e. in a tabloid's kids section. Not the place for in-detail explanations regarding a controversial topic like remigration. Ofc SD isn't gonna start revoking people's citizenship on ethnic grounds, that's never been party policy anyway. People who live here illegitimately... now that's another matter..

The party's admission into the ECR group is probably a rather huge step regarding "cozy with the establishment" though I can't say I haven't met any average swede with the slightest clue about European political parties. :mrgreen: And yes, I'm sure AfS might profit from it. If they're capable enough. I wanna see the results before I believe that, though.

jamescfm wrote:Glad to see the rightwing circlejerk continues to rage on in the off-topic section.
Yeh circlejerks ain't much fun in a place that still seems to be at least 99% male.

(whoah... I wrote something on PT for the first time for ages. From my darling's hebrew laptop even. It's honestly a quite frustrating experience. :lol: )
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Re: Swedish General Election, 2018

Postby Elf » Wed Jul 25, 2018 1:45 pm

Anyway, I visited Almedalen this year. What a place. Free stuff everywhere, including booze if you manage to get invited to one of their mingles. Which isn't that hard. It's like going to a music festival without any concerts. :lol:

Of course the nazis weren't so fun to have around.. Especially not in the evenings.

Despite the flaws, I still kind of like the concept of gathering all the politicians and journalists, think-thanks, wannabees etc. in one place for one week every year.
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Re: Swedish General Election, 2018

Postby jamescfm » Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:56 am

Kubrick wrote:
jamescfm wrote:Glad to see the rightwing circlejerk continues to rage on in the off-topic section.

What an insult to the right. Far-right circlejerk seems more apt.

Don't sit on the same side of the political divide as these people and you won't have problems of association, Kubs ;)
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Re: Swedish General Election, 2018

Postby Kubrick » Thu Jul 26, 2018 1:47 pm

jamescfm wrote:
Kubrick wrote:
jamescfm wrote:Glad to see the rightwing circlejerk continues to rage on in the off-topic section.

What an insult to the right. Far-right circlejerk seems more apt.

Don't sit on the same side of the political divide as these people and you won't have problems of association, Kubs ;)

But I like judging everyone from on top of my centre-right fence.
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