Add to the mix a large portion of its society coming from the Muslim Middle East and there you go, a ready and willing electorate wanting to be ruled by a dictatorial fearless leader. Brilliant, the picture is now complete. This is what happens when Leftists take control of a society for over 6 decades, they so thoroughly screw up a country beyond recognition. KGS

H/T: Fjordman

Many young Swedes favour dictatorship

“The benefits of a democratic society needs to be discussed and debated in schools, in the press and broadcast media and in society as a whole,” said Staffan I. Lindberg, research director for the World Values Survey Sweden, to The Local.

The new World Values Survey shows that 21 percent of 18- to 29-year olds in Sweden would consider changing party allegiance for a small cash imbursement.

Among the country as a whole the number dropped to 7 percent. Of those over 40 the number was 2 percent.

More than a quarter of the younger Swedes were also willing to give their vote to a MP in exchange for a job for themselves or a close friend or relative.

In a debate article in Friday’s Dagens Nyheter (DN) Lindberg wrote that scientists are seeing worrying threats against the foundations of democracy in Sweden, at the same time as dictatorships in the Middle East and North Africa are falling under the pressure of young people’s demand for a right to vote.

According to the survey, 26 percent of 18-29-year-olds thought that it would be good or very good if a “strong leader who didn’t have to care about a Riksdag or an election” ruled Sweden.

Older generations value democracy higher. 97 percent of those over 30 stated that it is important to live in a democratic country.


7 Responses

  1. Wow, how weird is that? I don’t know the Swedes that well, but if this is actually the case then the future doesn’t look so bright.

  2. Somali’s enriching Sweden. Or something.

  3. There are plenty of dictatorships around the world for these Swedes to try first hand the wonderful meaning of dictatorship. However, will mummy and dadd y allow them? Well if they a parent like Mankell, the answer is probably yes.

  4. Sweden needs a strong leader like Winston Churchill. No dictators.

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