Oh the degradation of it all.
Oh the degradation of it all.
Well 33.85% of the world population is Caucasian, but I wasn't talking about race.
Twin pic sure made it look like it was about race.Strangelove wrote: ↑Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:27 amWell 33.85% of the world population is Caucasian, but I wasn't talking about race.
I was talking culture, religion, politics, and the eventual end of Per & Co.
Yeah, I was talking about the inherent death wish of liberalism...
Whatever, the theme of my posts has clearly been about immigration and the Muslim effect on Sweden.Per wrote: ↑Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:15 pmRight...
The one to the left is showing hair, shoulder and arms.
She's just a black girl standing next to a Muslim girl.
I'll get back to this later. Have to go to work, and I'll be quite busy today, so this will have to wait.
Well, we are talking about the Sweden Democrats, and one of the main problems most people have with them is that they are very concerned with race. Hard to not talk about racism when you talk about them.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... l-electionSweden’s general election is just a month away, and the deputy speaker of the Swedish parliament has this summer repeated his claim that Jewish and Sami people are not Swedes. Björn Söder, of the far-right Sweden Democrats party – which is currently polling at a record 20%, just behind the ruling Social Democrats – first made the claim in a newspaper interview four years ago, to widespread condemnation.
This time he posted his comment on the Facebook page of the opposition liberal Centre party – an act that has been denounced as “a provocation” by other Swedish politicians.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Börje_SalmingSalming was born on 17 April 1951 in the village of Salmi, Jukkasjärvi församling, in Kiruna near Torneträsk. His father, Erland, was of Sami origin, while his mother, Karin, was Swedish. His paternal grandfather Anders Nikolaus had the surname of Saari, but changed to Salming after the village that he and his father (Börje's great-grandfather) had built up. His father was a mineworker and died in an accident in the mine when Salming was 5 years old. He is proud of his Sami heritage, and wears a traditional Sami pewter bracelet. He is the first person of Sami origin to play in a top North American professional sports league.
I assure you, it is very much about race.Mattias Karlsson, the party’s chief ideologist, once said that the “body language” of the country’s most famous footballer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic – his father is a Muslim who fled Bosnia – didn’t come across as Swedish, and neither did the way Ibrahimovic “talks, acts and speaks”. Karlsson has dismissed Söder’s critics as “cosmopolites”. That expression will be familiar to anyone who knows at least a little about the history of antisemitism. But Karlsson uses it without blinking.
(Swedish TV have since been reprimanded for not distancing themselves from his hate speech)On this side you have people who are 100% human…” said the Sweden Democratic politician Martin Strid at this years party congress, friday november 24, “…and on this side we have people who are 100% Mahommedan”. He helpfully held up his hands to illustrate the two things you could be according to him: wholly human on the one hand and wholly Muslim on the other – all live on state television.
https://europaunited.eu/2017/11/27/the- ... democrats/the most notable one is the so called “Iron Pipe scandal” which is almost too fantastical to be believed; several members from what at the time was the party leadership called a Swedish comedian of Kurdish extraction a “baboon”, a woman defending him “a whore” and a “wog lover” and, perhaps most absurdly, filmed themselves getting iron pipes to beat the comedian with after the altercation.
Yeahno, I was talking about you implying that I am racist (due to the Muslim twins pic).Per wrote: ↑Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:27 pmWell, we are talking about the Sweden Democrats, and one of the main problems most people have with them is that they are very concerned with race. Hard to not talk about racism when you talk about them.
TRUMP: Excuse me, excuse me. (inaudible) themselves (inaudible) and you have some very bad people in that group. But you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides. You had people in that group — excuse me, excuse me — I saw the same pictures as you did. You had people in that group that were (only) there to protest the taking down of, to them, a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.
Ok - so if you're at a rally on the same side as the Klan, you're a good person? Gotchya, just checking.
The rally was to oppose the taking down of a statue.Cornuck wrote: ↑Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:38 pmOk - so if you're at a rally on the same side as the Klan, you're a good person? Gotchya, just checking.