Are things in Sweden as bad as we all fear they are? According to Gustav Kasselstrand is the leader of the newly founded Alternative for Sweden (Alternativ för Sverige) party, it is very bad. “We are facing problems more severe than ever before in our history, where Swedes face a situation of being a minority within 20 years if nothing is done to stop the replacement of our people.”
Sweden is known for its “open-heart” immigration policy promulgated by its prime minister in 2014. At the height of the European refugee crisis in 2015, the country accepted the highest per capita number of refugees in the EU. According to a 2015 report by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, Sweden’s press coverage of the migration crisis has been among the most “empathetic and welcoming towards refugees.”
Voice of Europe (h/t TherezaB) What makes the situation even more difficult is of course the extreme political correctness that has haunted Sweden for decades, but which is now finally breaking up.
We are entering a state of retribution against politicians and media who bear the responsibility for turning my previously peaceful and prosperous country into a real mess, which is now used as a warning example for other Nordic and European countries, yes, even for countries all over the world.
The political establishment is both unwilling and unable to do anything about the problems. It’s all talk and no action. They are the cause of the problems and simply need to be replaced for Sweden to be able to recover.
Despite the mess we are in, we are now seeing a tremendously interesting development in Sweden. The Sweden Democrats, which I still have empathy for, is rising in the polls and will reach an all-time-high election result in September, continuing to change the paradigm.
The Sweden Democrats, who campaigned for stricter immigration laws, tougher penalties for crime and a referendum on leaving the EU, were among the chief beneficiaries, shifting the balance of Sweden’s government towards the right.
That’s good, but it is not enough – the Sweden Democrats have become more and more passive, politically correct and similar to the established parties. Sweden needs a new force in the parliament, a party that makes sure that the Sweden Democrats get back to their oppositional role towards the olds parties. The only party that can do this is Alternative for Sweden.
If you look ten years back and compare to today, sure the immigration problems have become many times worse, but we also have a vital and strong patriotic movement now in Sweden, both parliamentary and on social media, alternative news sites and other platforms.
Swedes and other European peoples should look to the past for inspiration. We have always faced great dangers and obstacles throughout our history. Europeans of the past who said “it is lost” when Arabs occupied much of modern day Spain or when Turks besieged Vienna or when Mongols controlled most of eastern Europe where not the ones who came to define our history. They were wrong in the past and they are wrong today.
Most Europeans are only now becoming aware of what is going on. Far from being lost, our struggle, our “Reconquista”, has only just begun. And those who are “black-pilling” and claiming everything is lost before the game have even started should step aside and make way for those of us who know better.
The Swedish elections later this year is not the “last chance” to save Sweden. It is the first chance! The fight for Sweden and for Europe is now starting. Let me refer to the Polish National anthem with its famous first words: “Poland is not yet lost!” – that is exactly the mentality we need: Sweden is not yet lost, so long as we still live!
In the short term we need to end immigration completely and start to repatriate hundreds of thousands of illegals, criminal aliens and immigrants who burden our society in one way or another. In the long term we need to completely change our self-understanding as a people and society to make sure that the disastrous politics of the last few decades will never be repeated.
Gustav Kasselstrand (AfS) talks about the importance of not relying on the establishment (media, state, and big corps) in order to vitalize a People’s movement for change.
Gustav Kasselstrand is the leader of the newly founded Alternative for Sweden party(Alternativ för Sverige). He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Gothenburg and an MBA from Aalto University in Helsinki (Finland). He also studied in Germany and Singapore. Kasselstrand is 30 years old and has been politically engaged since 2006, when he joined the Sweden Democrats, which at that time was a small party with a support of 2-3% in the polls.