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Old 25-01-2014, 09:53 AM   #21
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says the man who believes in lizard queens.. lol
Lizard queens? I think it should be "queen is a lizard".
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Old 28-01-2014, 10:09 PM   #22
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Sweden produced one of my favorite all-time films, that's for sure.









http://seul-le-cinema.blogspot.com/2...r-bergman.html

http://bergmanorama.webs.com/films/silence.htm

And some of the strangest cars. This one looks like something IKEA could sell today for $201, pre-packaged to assemble at home.


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August 10, 1972 -- Paul and Linda McCartney were arrested for drug possession after a concert in Gothenburg, Sweden. Paul was fined $1000 and Linda $200.


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Old 30-08-2014, 11:31 PM   #23
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Red Ice Radio August 20, 2014

Jessica Andreasson - An Immigrant in Sweden

Jessica Andreasson is an immigrant living in Sweden, married to a Swede. She’ll share her experience living in Sweden, the country touted as the social and political role model for western nations. We’ll talk about social issues that no one in Sweden likes to discuss such as alcoholism, high unemployment rates and the negative blowback of mass immigration. We’ll talk about the cultural climate in Sweden and the changing social behavior of Swedes. Jessica also shares her encounters with the Swedish socialized healthcare system. In the second hour, we’ll speak more about the history of Sweden, specifically on the Vikings and Norse mythology. We’ll talk about how Swedes are being indoctrinated through the school system to be self hating people who despise their own culture, contrary to the Viking spirit. Then, we’ll discuss Sweden’s state feminism and their hatred for Swedish men, while at the same time experiencing a rape epidemic from the immigrant population. The leftist programming is like nothing else in Sweden. Jessica talks about how she has been accused of being a racist and a Notsee for pointing out cultural differences between people. Later, we talk about how countries must evolve as a people to attain a higher level of living. It’s an important process that some counties have not yet gone through.

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Old 30-08-2014, 11:40 PM   #24
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My limited knowledge of Sweden = Blonde birds.

That's all folks.
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Old 31-08-2014, 04:23 PM   #25
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I love how these free market types refuse to acknowledge ANY parallels between what we have now and what a free market would be.

As though mass hardcore poverty, slavery, insane inequality would just disappear.

The funniest thing is, whenever you ask any of these people something like, what about the old, the disabled, those who can't find work etc...

The magical answer always is...... wait for it.... ding ding ding.... CHARITY.. Because charity works extremely well right now with a billion people starving...

And the delusion that hundreds of millions more jobs will just magically appear (which would obviously be required to prevent masses and masses of people relying on these charities).

I find it absolutely amazing how delusional these people are... You know, even if these millions of extra jobs did come to fruition, you're talking about consumerism on a scale far beyond what we have right now... The problems associated with consumerism right now are destroying the planet, the last thing we need is to create more of that..
Austrian school of economics which is the basis of liberatarianism/small government etc. Is an entirely banker funded, elitist, big business ideology brought to you by the Rockefellers.

It is basically social Darwinism. It's a full crock of shit.

The ironic thing is that these people are for "small government" and the rights of private property, yet they are apparently against the federal reserve. Well they should be for the federal reserve, because the federal reserve is the epitome of "small government" and private property. The opposite of a private bank would be a state owned one, which is "big government".

Social Darwinism is the elites wet dream, which they have temporarily put on hold, in order to fool the masses about their true intentions. It will make a strong come back, and this free market nonsense is its way back in.
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Old 02-09-2014, 09:30 AM   #26
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I love how these free market types refuse to acknowledge ANY parallels between what we have now and what a free market would be.

As though mass hardcore poverty, slavery, insane inequality would just disappear.

The funniest thing is, whenever you ask any of these people something like, what about the old, the disabled, those who can't find work etc...

The magical answer always is...... wait for it.... ding ding ding.... CHARITY.. Because charity works extremely well right now with a billion people starving...

And the delusion that hundreds of millions more jobs will just magically appear (which would obviously be required to prevent masses and masses of people relying on these charities).

I find it absolutely amazing how delusional these people are... You know, even if these millions of extra jobs did come to fruition, you're talking about consumerism on a scale far beyond what we have right now... The problems associated with consumerism right now are destroying the planet, the last thing we need is to create more of that..
Well in the long term, as we in the west are seeing now, free market economies will eventually turn to corporate communism, what with mergers, takeovers, and companies going bust. This means every major industry is already an oligopoly, who knows if there is a hidden connection higher up the food chain. Either way it's certainly easier to control 2 or 3 companies in an industry than 100.

What makes free markets good on paper, the companies competing with each other to lower prices and improve service, goes out of the window in the long term. Collusion and price fixing can happen in an oligopoly, and in many case, including rail fares, people have no choice but pay the increases.

At least with (govt) communism there is some semblance of doing things for the people, but under corporate communism it's a case of the 'worst of both worlds'.

These types of discussion are a smoke screen, economics is based on theory, to which there are competing ideas, despite our rigidly held views about what's best, hasn't anyone concluded that the game is rigged anyway?

There are so many 'anomalies' that don't fit, the best example is how China, who are officially a communist state, seem to act like an open free market when it comes to trade, yet in other areas they exhibit typical communist 'activity', such as censoring the internet.

The only conclusion is that countries can label themselves neoliberal, communist, socialist, it means squat, govts pick and chose what they want to do, sometimes their actions might be deemed as communist, like the UK govt censoring torrent sites, but that same govt then has (say) a grant system for small businesses.

These labels were coined to perpetuate division, and in the West's case a false sense of superiority.

That being so economic discussion is actually more immature and pointless than talk of 'Man U is better than City'.
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Old 25-09-2014, 01:56 PM   #27
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Red Ice Radio September 8, 2014

David Eberhard - Security Obsession & How the Children Took Power




David Eberhard is a Swedish psychologist, writer and debater. He was a physician at the psychiatric emergency room at St Görans, one of Sweden's oldest hospitals. His current position is in the psychiatry department at Danderyd’s Hospital in Stockholm. He is the author of four books penned in Swedish, “How Children Took Power,” “Normal? From Madness to Everyday Psychosis,” ”Nobody Takes Shit In The Land of the Easily Offended” and “In the Land of the Security Junkies.” We’ll begin on Sweden’s obsession with security and discuss what long term conditions this obsession has created among the people. Since the state has taken on responsibilities that should be personally handled by an adult, most Swedes are incapable of dealing with conflict and hardship. This leads to psychological problems. Without challenges and the ability to overcome obstacles, the value of life diminishes. In the second hour, we criticize the much praised childrearing policies of Sweden. David explains how these practices will lead to long term psychological problems among the population. Despite extensive studies of monozygotic twins, which prove that environment isn’t everything, the state chooses to ignore research on genes, biology and human nature. Eberhard further warns about how this system is being exported to the rest of the west. We’ll also discuss why children need boundaries and discipline. Instead, we are now raising a generation of brats that have taken power from their parents. Later, we talk about Sweden’s gender neutrality craze. At the end, David talks about how those who dare speak of the problems with Sweden’s immigration policies are ostracized.


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Swedish children spoiled by spanking law, psychiatrist David Eberhard says

Psychiatrist says nation's youth are ill-mannered and bossy, prompting lively debate on parenting



The Maerestad family in their Stockholm home. Photo: AFP

Sweden had a head start in the good parenting debate as the first country to outlaw spanking but some argue that its child-centred approach has gone too far and children now rule the roost.

"In some ways Swedish kids are really ill-mannered," said David Eberhard, a psychiatrist and father of six. "They shout if there are adults speaking at the dinner table, they interrupt you all the time and they demand the same space as adults."

Eberhard recently published a book entitled How Children Took Power, which argues that over the years Swedes have effectively extended their 1979 smacking ban - now adopted in more than 30 countries - to a ban on correcting children in any way.

"Of course you should listen to your children but in Sweden it's gone too far. They tend to decide everything in families: when to go to bed, what to eat, where to go on vacation, even what to watch on television," he said, adding that young Swedes are ill-equipped for adulthood.

"Their expectations are too high and life is too hard for them. We see it with anxiety disorders and self harming, which has risen dramatically," he said.

That view is contested by several experts including family therapist Martin Forster, who says that, on the whole, Swedish youth still top international rankings of well-being. "Sweden was very much inspired by ideas that children should be more in the centre and they should be listened to," he said. "That children decide too much - that's a matter of values. Different approaches to parenting and children produce different cultures."

Nonetheless, there is a lively debate about how the approach has influenced schools, with falling grades and complaints about rowdy classrooms.

"Two boys were swearing at each other - I didn't think seven-year-olds even knew words like that - and when I tried to intervene they swore at me and told me to mind my own business," said Ola Olofsson, a journalist, describing a visit to his seven-year-old daughter's classroom.

When he wrote about the chaos at the school, the paper's website was inundated with hundreds of comments from exasperated parents and teachers.

One teacher from Stockholm wrote that the four- and five-year-olds she teaches regularly say "you think I care!" when asked to do something.

"Just the other day a four-year-old spat at me when I asked him to stop climbing on some shelves," she said.

But what is it that makes Swedish parenting different?

Forster says it's more of a political issue and the public debate about right and wrong may leave parents more confused.

Following a government inquiry in 2010, a free parenting course, called "All Children in the Centre", was offered.

Its main message is that punishing children does not make them behave in the long run and setting boundaries is not always the right approach.

"If you want a child to co-operate the best way is to have a close relationship so the child will want to co-operate with you," said psychologist Kajsa Loenn-Rhodin, one of the architects of the course.

Marie Maerestad and her husband took the course in Stockholm last year when their daughters were aged two and three.

At meal times the children often ran about.

She said the course helped them "pick their battles" and communicate better with the children - but she added that children do often tend to dominate in Swedish homes.

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Mike Cross - Philosophy of a Psychopathic Society & Template of Conformity
April 5, 2012

Mike Cross, author of Freedom from Conscience - Melanie's Journey discusses psychopaths and their relation to politics, society and personal relationships. Mike, a former Oregonian now a resident of Stockholm, teaches psychology and international finance. We begin the first hour commenting on the Nordic model of government and society. Mike talks about how conformity within a society is an ideal system for the psychopath. We'll also discuss how a "reverse Freud" is used to overthrow tradition and create revolution. Then, we'll discuss repression within a society, which creates a sort of schizophrenia. Later, Mike tells us about the psychopath within government. He compares the politician's psychopathy to arrested development.

http://rediceradio.net/radio/2012/RI...mcross-hr1.mp3

Fredrik Andersson - Hour 1 - The Swedish Surveyor
January 2, 2015


Fredrik Andersson is the founder and writer of the Swedish Surveyor blog, a forum for scrutinizing the politically correct madness for the masses in Sweden. He has lived abroad and has resided in Sweden since adolescence, where he has witnessed the massive transformation the country has been going through over the past 30 years. Upon waking up to the radical ostracization of the Sweden democrats and numerous controversial and political issues in Sweden, Fredrik changed his views about the country and set out to expose politicians and other public figures in Sweden through his blog. Fredrik joins us today to speak about some of the most troubling issues in Sweden. We begin with a look at the population replacement level of immigration occurring, the ethnocentrically charged environment triggered by those seeking asylum in the country, and the ethnic identification that is being bred out of the native Swede. Fredrik points out how integration has failed and the culture has been eroded due to the double standards of the government. We discuss how it has become acceptable to hate the Swedish Democrats, who are often accused of being Nazis, racists, Islamophobes, Fascists, etc. Then, we consider the migration industry, the money involved, and who is profiting. In the second hour, Fredrik explains the recent amendment of the Swedish constitution that allows the censorship and suppression of publically expressed opinions on the internet. Further, we talk about the rape epidemic and the rise in violent crimes that are occurring in asylum homes and nearby communities. Later, we analyze the identity crisis of many European countries and the more radical form of Islam that is widely taking hold. In the end, we talk about ISIS sleeper cells arriving as refugees, the reason why Sweden is the country in the EU with the most Jihadists per capita, and the generous welfare benefits immigrants receive. We close with some thoughts on the EU’s hidden agenda and the rise of Nationalist parties in Europe.

http://rediceradio.net/radio/2015/RI...rveyor-hr1.mp3



Conrad - Hour 1 - The Political Battle for the Future of Sweden
January 16, 2015


Conrad from Gothenburg in Sweden joins us to speak about some of the numerous disturbing issues plaguing Swedish politics. He begins by sharing the awakening he experienced while researching the leftist ideas that shaped his previously accepted wisdom of this once noble country. In the process, Conrad stumbled upon many indications that the Swedish government was in fact committing cultural suicide, mainly through its investments in mass immigration and reckless altruism. We discuss the crumbling economy of Sweden, where there is no money to improve the services and infrastructure for its own citizens, but plenty of resources available to support what is now one of the largest welfare states in the world. Conrad outlines the main policies that are leading Sweden to decay, including the rights and benefits granted to immigrants and those who aid them, at the cost of the country's own identity. Furthermore, we look at the ideology of a melting pot, the predominate opposition to unrestrained welcoming of foreigners seeking asylum in Sweden and other countries, and the economic price that is paid to meet the demands of integration. Conrad goes on to summarize the extremist attitudes that are transforming the culture of Sweden, and the criticism faced by those who speak out against immigration policies. In the members' hour, we talk about the failure of Swedish politicians and journalists to portray the true economic state of the country, and the universalist view that is degrading culture worldwide. Then, we deliberate what looks like an active plan by the Elite to push a White privilege agenda and the propaganda that has penetrated society at large, creating a self-loathing White race. Later, Conrad gets into the real numbers of voters who support the controversial Swedish Democrat party, and what it will take to organize a proper opposition to current policies. At the end, we reflect on the true definition of genocide, the alteration of Sweden's Constitution, and incentivized methods for censorship.

http://rediceradio.net/radio/2015/RI...conrad-hr1.mp3




http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/sweden.php



Jimi Hendrix Experience, Live in Stockholm, Sweden, 09-11-1967




Saab 96 - Sweden 1967


Jim Morrison, Stockholm 1968

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Led Zeppelin receiving Gold Record at Stockholm Porn Club, 1973 (note: photo is pornographic; click at your own risk)




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