After the uprising of the 17th June
The Secretary of the Writers Union
Had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee
Stating that the people
Had forfeited the confidence of the government
And could win it back only
By redoubled efforts. Would it not be easier
In that case for the government
To dissolve the people
And elect another?
Last week Reinhard reported that all of the major political parties had declared in advance a refusal to ally themselves with Sverigedemokraterna, the Sweden Democrats, the only anti-immigration political party in Sweden.
This was in the wake of recent political polls that show a surge of electoral support for SD, enough to kick the party over the magic 4% line and guarantee its representation in Parliament after the next elections. The traditional mainstream parties are running scared from this unprecedented break in the great Swedish tradition of consensus in public affairs. Their declarations are obviously an attempt to whip public opinion back into the Multicultural line where it belongs.
Anathema has been pronounced against Sverigedemokraterna, but the Swedish people aren’t buying it. The latest polls show that — despite the exhortations of their betters — a substantial majority of Swedes want the establishment parties to cut a deal with SD after the upcoming elections.
According to The Local:
Poll: broad public support for dialogue with the far-right
The broad base of Swedish voters support a dialogue between the established parliamentary parties with the far-right Sweden Democrats if they were to gain enough votes to claim parliament seats at the next general election in 2010.
They’re always called “far-right” or “extreme right” (or even “Nazi”, for that matter). By American standards Sverigedemokraterna are pretty middle-of-the-road. But their stance against immigration guarantees that the Swedish establishment and mainstream media will always characterize them as the farthest of far-right loonies.
The article continues:
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Recent polls from Synovate, Sifo, Skop and Demoskop all indicate that support for the far-right Sweden Democrats is growing and is now at around four percent, sufficient to claim seats in the parliament at a general election.
The establish[ed] parties should conduct a dialogue with the Sweden Democrats in the event that they enter parliament, argue seven out of ten voters who replied to a poll conducted by Synovate and commissioned by the current affairs television program, “Adaktusson”.
In what form the dialogue would take is difficult to predict but the opposing coalitions in Swedish politics are finely balanced and the Sweden Democrats could hold the balance of power.
That’s what has the mainstream parties trembling in their boots: Sverigedemokraterna will likely hold the balance of power. This would mean that some of their policy prescriptions would have to implemented, which would mean that there would finally be some real, tangible changes to Sweden’s suicidal mass immigration policies.
But if you believe in the Multicultural Utopia, this idea is rank heresy. The Sweden Democrats are dangerous, and must be stopped.
The established parties in Sweden are sending mixed messages over the issue.
The leaders of the Social Democrat and Green parties, Mona Sahlin and Maria Wetterstrand have issued a challenge to the other parties to categorically reject the possibility of relying on the support of the Sweden Democrats in order to gain a parliamentary majority.
“It is time for all parliamentary parties to clearly and simply promise the electorate to not cooperate with the Sweden Democrats if they would enter the parliament,” Sahlin, Wetterstrand and the Green party’s Peter Eriksson, wrote in a debate article in Dagens Nyheter on July 10th.
The governing Alliance is somewhat divided on the issue with the Centre party sharing the Social Democratic party’s position and ruling out any cooperation with the Sweden Democrats while the Moderate party’s Christian Holm was unwilling to predict the future.
“I don’t think that we can rule out any situations with regard to elections. We have to ensure that the Alliance gains a stable majority,” Holm told Dagens Nyheter.
This is going to be an interesting election. The first major party that breaks the blockade and embraces the vile outcasts may well be the one to form the government. Yet, as a matter of good Socialist principle, no one wants to engage in such traitorous and politically incorrect behavior.
What a quandary to be in!
Through their immigration policies, the Swedish elites are already in the process of dissolving the people and appointing a new one. But time is short — the elections are coming up in 2010, and the replacement of the population will be nowhere near completion at that point.
So other strategies will have to be employed. The closer the elections come, the uglier the tactics are likely to get.
Hat tip: insubria.