Election in Sweden – A Chat with Sargon

I joined Sargon’s channel to discuss the election, explain what our political parties are and the situation at hand. We also get into Skurt, Sweden’s version of Pepe. đŸ˜€

Here’s a quick breakdown on Sweden’s parties, this is copied off a comment someone made on the video. I think it gives a fair image:

Left Party (Vänsterpartiet): basically the communist movement in Sweden. Has plenty of radicals with ties to antifa and other left-wing extremists.

The Green Party (Miljöpartiet): Started out as a party concerned about enviromental issues. Has since been infiltrated by islamists. Sometimes tries to argue for various idiotic token efforts regarding the enviroment (like raising taxes on fossil fuels etc.), but it’s evident they don’t really believe what they preach and it’s merely just a method to steal money from people who need to drive a car in their daily life.

The Social Democrats (Socialdemokraterna): Basically the collective efforts of Swedish labour unions in political party form. Used to be protectionist since they realized that Swedish labourers have nothing to gain from mass immigration. But has since been infected with cultural marxism and “progressive” ideals. Basically run by corrupt former labour union representatives.

The Centrist Party (Centrpartiet) basically a slightly more right-leaning version of the green party. Also infiltrated by islamists and multiculturalist fucktards.

The Liberals (Liberalerna): Supposedly free market capitalists, but not really. Very weak number of voters. Also infected with multiculturalism.

The Moderates (Moderaterna): also supposedly free market capitalists. Also infected with multiculturalism. But where the social democrats want multiculturalism so they can create a welfare dependant, immigrant voterbase, the Moderates want mass immigration so that they can undermine labour laws and rights by dumping wages through hiring desperate immigrants and paying them less than Swedish labourers.

The Christian Democrats (Kristdemokraterna): Supposedly “conservatives” but not really. There’s nothing christian about their party profile at all except their name. Can’t decide what to stand for (one day they’re pro-immigration, the next day they’re not). Really weak voter support. Likely to lose their place in parliament.

The Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna): Mostly civic nationalist, loosely ethno nationalist party. Hated by all the other parties and the establishment. The only party with growing support, while the other parties are basically cannibalizing eachother for voters.

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4 thoughts on “Election in Sweden – A Chat with Sargon

    • i think the best for the SD is not having major support (30-40%) as all other parties will stand against them in the Riksdag (parlament, congress) because then they can team with the Conservatives and have some demands.

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