- Posted January 19, 2013 by
Sävsjö Sweden, Sweden
Nationalists in Sweden on a move beyond 14 percent
Also last week a debate on the existence or not over child poverty in Sweden took many twists and turns. One side is ignoring the reports from Save the Children foundation about the long gone situation, whereas the leftist political groups continue to say the overall situation is quite serious.
It is more legitimate than ever to say the migration policies have failed and several city politicians are confronted, not with a challenge but with an impossible situation to fund. It costs money to host these migrants and the government in Stockholm has for a long time ignored to appropriate additional funds. Politicians from left to right see the serious funding issues confronting cities in the same way.
Mrutyuanjai Mishra of Indian decent writes: “United States and Canada relies on educated and skilled migrants. European countries invite people who can’t be integrated in a post-industrial society”. His sympathies lies with the Sverigedemokraterna party and he is well known in Denmark.
The 14 percent polling of Sverigedemokraterna indicates Sweden has shifted to become a country in Europe similar to Denmark and France, where future holds for the nationalist party movement to have a strong foundation, especially in rural Sweden and amongst men with blue collar jobs.
Mainstream parties must start to recognize this movement and invite them into dialogue, staying on the path of ignoring their voices and social critique can send them higher than 20 percent in the elections of 2014 and that would be a real land slide, considering it is in the former welfare state of Sweden. The consensus probably is that Sweden has child poverty.