During that time there have been many changes, but the biggest change of all is happening right now: the long history of Sweden is coming to an end. The Swedish parliament began the process when it unanimously voted to transform Sweden into a multicultural society and opened the floodgates to mass immigration, but the death blow was delivered by the Swedish government in 1998.
In that year a government motion was passed which abolished Swedish history. According to Regeringens Proposition 1997/98:16, p23:
“A country’s history often works as a connecting link between people. Because a large group of people have their origins in another country the Swedish people do not have a common history. A sense of belonging in contemporary Sweden and affirmation of societies fundamental values therefore has greater importance for integration than a common historical origin”
Since then the open denigration of Swedish history and culture and even denying such things exist have become fashionable amongst politicians, the media and trendy elites who want to signal their postmodern sophistication.
Every major event and holiday in Sweden — Christmas, Easter and Midsummer — is greeted with mocking newspaper articles and television programs informing Swedes that these traditional celebrations aren’t Swedish at all but foreign imports, and the cultureless Swedes don’t really have anything they can call their own.
According to Fredrik Reinfeldt, the previous prime minister of Sweden “The original Swedish identity was just barbarism, and since then all progress has come from the outside”
|Swedish Minister for Culture!|
(A black Gambian immigrant.)
The present government of Sweden is working hard to prove Mona Sahlin right. The Swedish Minister of Culture and Democracy, Alice Bah Kuhnke, the daughter of an immigrant from Gambia, recently appointed the Pakistani immigrant Qaisar Mahmood as chief of Sweden’s Cultural Heritage Archive.
Qaisar Mahmood has said he has never studied archeology or culture, something which is hardly necessary, since part of his new job is overseeing the destruction of Sweden’s historical and cultural heritage.
Despite denying there are any such things as Swedish culture and traditions, Sweden’s postmodern elites have no problem at all declaring Ramadan a Swedish tradition. But it is probably only a matter of time before Ramadan is an established tradition in the place that once was Sweden.
In what might be considered a symbolic act, a mosque is to be built on the site of the Battle of Halmstad in 1676 where an invading Danish army was defeated and southern Sweden was saved from becoming a Danish province. The Danes are no longer a danger to Sweden, but Swedes don’t seem to understand that a culture with a very strong sense of its own identity is rapidly growing in their midst, and represents a much greater threat to Sweden than Denmark ever did.
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Qaisar Mahmood, a Muslim born in Pakistan, is the new head of the Swedish National Heritage Board. This is an extremely anomalous appointment, since he readily admits that he has not read anything about Sweden’s cultural heritage. But his new job is not really about preserving and protecting Sweden’s cultural heritage and historical sites at all.