Next time a European person scolds you for being a racist or “ugly” American, show that person this one

I’m finding some wonderful gems hidden in my inbox.  This one goes back to April, but is too good not to share now.  It’s a news story about the way in which the Swedish cultural elite — including the Minister of Culture — celebrate.  Here’s a hint about what you’ll see at the link:  even the KKK might have found this one a little bit over the top.

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  • Cheesestick

    That is quite disturbing.  I cannot even imagine…

  • Zhombre

    Disgusting.  What is Swedish for Ewwwww?

  • SCOTTtheBADGER

    Well, writing as a Norwegian American Badger, the on the part of the Swdes does not surprise me, they are a nasty people. Tha US Naval attache to Sweden during WWII once asked the Swedish officer he dealt with daily why Sweden stayed neutral when it was so clearly a war of good vs evil. The Swede told him that if the Allies win, Sweden will be a country that so believes in peace that they stayed out of the war, and if Germany wins, they are good Teutons that did not help the Allies.

  • jj

    The northern Europeans – Finns, Norwegians and yes, Svenskas (actually Danes too, though to a lesser extent) – are often not actually warm and cuddly folk where other races are concerned.  They are major enthusiasts for the purity of their own genes – always have been.  A big piece of this is because there never were a lot of them, and they’re fading fast.  If you put Norway, Sweden and Finland together what do you have?  15 million people?  (Actually I think fewer than that.)  They’ll be pretty done by the end of the century, and they’re perfectly aware of that, rather like the elves in Middle Earth.  It doesn’t make them kindly about other races, and they never have been, particularly.  But – Africa will have millennia of last laughs when all the blue-eyed (natural) blondes have become extinct.  I see little reason to worry much about what went on at some party in Sweden.  Distasteful?  Yeah – but they’re Swedes.

  • Danny Lemieux

    JJ, you may be right about Viking tribalism (actually, all Europeans are tribal to the core, but that is another story).

    But, if so, how do you explain their active encouragement of immigration from Third World countries, especially Islamic countries dedicated to the destruction of Western Judeo-Christian culture?

  • Charles Martel

    Danny, when you have suicidal tendencies one of the things you do is engage in activities that will ensure the success of your eventual self-demise. The Swedes hate themselves for their refusal to have children and their political cowardice. Inviting Muslim savages to come in and trash their country is expiation for their (secular) sins.

  • Cheesestick

    What I would like to know is did this woman’s office ever put out a statement explaining this or has anyone even tried to explain what the whole thing was supposed to have been about?  It seems odd that I haven’t heard any more about it.  Especially since this video surfaced several months ago.

  • Danny Lemieux

    Hammer, one of the things that I just can’t comprehend is how my EUropean relatives just can’t take pride in who they have been and what they achieved and contributed through history. They should be so proud, instead they are so ignorant and…passive. 

    When I was last in Flanders, I visited a museum that celebrated a battle that took place in 1302 (the Battle of the Golden Spurs). The Flemish were so proud that they defeated the French aristocrats 800 years ago (even though the French came back and kicked their butts a short time later, a point that is conveniently forgotten). Still, the Rampant Lion on the Flemish Flag was flying proud everywhere I went (Yeah, baby!) and the people I met were just proud to be Flemish.

    I wish all of Europe could be that way. It certainly would help inoculate them against the disease that is stealing their souls and their (our) heritage. 

  • https://picasaweb.google.com/102427392960537405774 Kevin_B

    I read a somewhat different explanation of the events in Sweden:
    http://barenakedislam.com/2012/04/19/bravo-sweden-exposing-the-brutality-of-muslim-female-genital-mutilation-isnt-racist/
    I’m not sure what exactly is was that was going on. In any case, it’s tasteless and vile, even if indeed meant as a form of protest. Also, I find it rather annoying that government money is used to fund events like the one at which this squalid spectacle took place.
     
    They are major enthusiasts for the purity of their own genes – always have been.
    There seem to indeed be a number of white nationalist groups active in Sweden. Such movements do exist. There is also the theory of ‘nordicism’, a theory claiming the superiority of the nordic or lightests whites/caucasians (in short). The theory seems to have been popular in Northern Europe (and to have originated there) and still lingers within organisations like Stormfront.
     
    I see little reason to worry much about what went on at some party in Sweden.  Distasteful?  Yeah – but they’re Swedes.

    A girl I know had some pretty distasteful stories about the partying habbits of Swedes.


    I just can’t comprehend is how my EUropean relatives just can’t take pride in who they have been and what they achieved and contributed through history
    The bad parts (and one cannot deny they are there) of the history of Europe are almost always overemphasized. The cruel and savages parts of European history and the wars are always highlighted. The good parts and the achievements are mentioned on the side, small in number of actively downplayed. Europeans know by far the most about the bad bits of European history. One cannot reasonably deny the history of Europe indeed has a lot of black (and bloody) pages, but there’s a lot of good that is ignored or played down.
    Still, the Rampant Lion on the Flemish Flag was flying proud everywhere I went (Yeah, baby!) and the people I met were just proud to be Flemish.

    I’m from Flanders. Two theories why this was the case: either you were here around July 11th – which is the Flemish national day. Incidentally, 11th of July was the date on which, in 1302, that particular battle took place. Or else there might have been some kind of sports event going on – possibly cycling. These are the two events that usually elicit display of the ‘Lion of Flanders’. Flemish lions have become especially noticeable at sports events over the last decade or so, even abroad when Flemish atletes compete. But, you are certainly right there is a lot of ‘Flemish pride’ going on. Flemish nationalism has grown large and mainstream. The only downside I see is that there doesn’t seem nearly enough awareness of the islamic problem (or willingness to really do something about it). Of course, the typical appeasement and PC is also very present in Flanders. Flanders is far from perfect.


    I wish all of Europe could be that way. It certainly would help inoculate them against the disease that is stealing their souls and their (our) heritage.

    I’m not going to say that what you’re saying is not true, Mr. Lemieux, but you might be painting a bit too halcyon a picture of Flanders. I’m not playing these things down, certainly not, I’m just trying to give a bit of context.

    • http://bookwormroom.com Bookworm

      Kevin_B: Apropos whether the Swedes had good intentions with that appalling cake, I’ll mention only the old saying that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. At a certain point, if good intentions are execrably carried out, you don’t get a pass.

      Up until a few years ago, I’ve always thought of the Swedes as being smug, not unpleasant. Seeing their abject behavior before the Islamists in their midst, and the way in which they are cheerfully using a toxic mixture of Islamism and Leftism to reinstate the most poisonous antisemitism, I now add “unpleasant,” to the existing list. So it’s know tall, blonde, good-looking, well-organized, smug, promiscuous, unpleasant, and antisemitic.

  • https://picasaweb.google.com/102427392960537405774 Kevin_B

    I have to agree with you about that cake, Bookworm. As I said, I find what happened tasteless and vile. I wasn’t trying to make excuses for what they did or trying to get them a pass. I just wanted to add some context to the article you posted.
     
    As for the Swedes… you’re probably right, but I can’t I have any experience with Swedes.