The level of demonization that goes on in Sweden against a legitimate political party is unprecedented in the Nordic region.
Translation: A teacher in Gävleborg used this image when he engaged in political propaganda during the lesson. (at SD)
En lärare i Gävleborg använde denna bild när han ägnade sig åt politisk propaganda under lektion. (mot SD) pic.twitter.com/gXuHpusIMY
— Robert Stenkvist (@robertstenkvist) March 1, 2016
“In a democracy the majority rules, the one who gets the most votes. If the majority in a voting for a school-trip votes for a trip to Gothenburg instead of Stockholm, the trip will be to Gothenburg. Does it always works like this in a democracy? Luckily, Not always. If the majority would vote for something that goes against the human rights, for example xenophobic or racist reforms. The principle of majority doesn’t apply. As long as the proposition stands with human rights, the majority rules.” (translation by Roger Sahlström)
The Swedish media does it as well.