Leader of For Freedom in Denmark speaks at protest in Sweden
Original translation of Danish article on this protest by Liberty Dk.
Several hundred marched on Sergelstorg against Government mismanagement and irresponsibility
Around 300 people rallied on Sunday at the public demonstration in Stockholm city center to demonstrate against the government and the irresponsible migration policies that the other parties also supports. The people arranging the People’s demonstration have thus managed to double the number of participants since the last demonstration held this past September.
Among the speakers heard at the demo were Swedish writers Ingrid Carlqvist and Stefan Torsell, but also the Danes Hans Erling Jensen and Tania Groth (who leads the Islam-critical Group of Frihed). The latter gave her speech in English and Avpixlats envoy got a hold of her manuscript from which the following few quotes are taken:
“The EU has failed in their task of safeguarding our national economies and our safety, by failing to protect our outer borders. As Victor Orban, one of the few real leaders in the EU, said in his recent excellent speech – and I quote:
‘Immigrants are now not just pounding on our doors, but are breaking them down on top of us’.
This is the destruction of our countries, our lives and the lives of your children, your grandchildren. It is essentially genocide.
I am asking you to remember what Sweden used to be. How beautiful and how safe and that it was a country to be proud of, a country hailed worldwide as an almost perfect society.
Now Muslims and even returning jihadi warriors are flooding your country, demanding money and preferential treatment, while they are raping the Swedish women. Roma people are literally shitting all over your parks and backyards and robbing you blind.
We stand here because we now see with open eyes that we cannot wait for our governments to fix the issue because they are not going to. We need to tell people that it is OK to be angry. But use that anger constructively and with precision. No more political correctness nonsense and no more polite talk.
You need to show that Sweden has had enough! The time has come when you must either fight for your country or lose it forever!”
Her speech received much applause and cheers. Carlqvist and Torsell also received wide applause with their grim but entertaining reflections on the clumsy maneuverings among the nation’s elected representatives and opinion persecution from the old media.
A few counter demonstrators tried to disrupt the lawful demonstration with their eternal chant, “No racists in our streets”, but were completely drowned out by the booing of the protesters. Not even when a minute of silence was requested for the memory of the victims at IKEA in Västerås and at the school in Trollhättan could the counter-demonstrators keep their mouths shut. Their lack of respect was striking.
The initiative to these demonstrations comes from the private individuals Johan Widen and Therese Larsson – and friends. Keep an eye out – the next demonstration about the governments abuse of power till be held again in a month’s time.