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Right Rising in Sweden as Muslim Migration and Nanny State Sink Culture

By Selwyn Duke ● The New American ● 06/27/2018


The “Swedes must be integrated into the new Sweden,” proclaimed social engineer Mona Sahlin in 2001; “the old Sweden is never coming back.” While it sure has taken long enough, this culturally suicidal spirit is now being rejected by a growing number of Swedes, who see their nation’s first-in-Europe migration rate creating a “new Sweden” before their very eyes.

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