Swedish Insanity w/ Fabian Fjalling – ITEL PT – 2.21.19
Fabian Fjälling, former citizen journalist with the now defunct “Investigate Sweden”, visits Inside the Eye – Live! Prime Time for 2.21.19 to discuss the latest Swedish insanity!
When one thinks of Sweden, you might think of things like Bing Crosby and the song “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”. I mean, after all, if the image of Sweden does not invoke Nordic charm, snow, pine trees, warm glowing lights in the chill winter air, what then would Sweden’s image invoke.
Well, according to Swedish “A-list” actor and comedian Stefan Sauk, a 63 year old actor who has had a prolific career in comedy and television in Sweden, Sweden is beginning to look a lot like Africa. Nepotism, power for the sake of control, incompetence, and willful governmental ignorance are all having an affect on the once pristine Swedish culture and nation.
Today’s Sweden is a projection of abuse targeting native Swedes who have largely responded into a recoiled fear and silence, but Sauk’s video received some 430K views in a short period on Youtube, with many supportive comments.
Additional topics of discussion including the ongoing invasion of Sweden via open boarder policies and the lack of support for Swedes to have families, even as new arrival “migrants” are themselves afforded all manner of support in the way of housing and financial family assistance.
Of course, never far from the surface is the disconnect from reality of Sweden’s elite and political classes, a disconnect that results in observable actions and statements that leave one breathless and stunned at the shear idiocy and lunacy that rules over Sweden and Swedes with arrogant malicious impunity.
Quite a bit more in this hour long interview.
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