I asked Tania Groth to explain this film to me. What it was, what was special about it.
Apparently, it is a history of the socialist parties in Sweden. A close analogue to De Souza’s excellent film, Hillary’s America. Itself an expose of the true history of the Democrat party.
She explained that the powers that be in Sweden went to great lengths to make it unavailable, with the somewhat predictable result that people shared it massively via bit torrents.
And so they decided that it was best to just make it available on Youtube, I guess to try and stop the accelerating Streisand effect they had created.
I haven’t seen it yet but the popcorn is next to the microwave.
(English subtitles are already available)
(Those that do not know bitchute technology must learn it. Its dead simple. get a program like Bit Torrent, and install it, and then you can be part of a sharing network in the true spirit of Samizdat. Just do not use it to share intellectual property that you can get easily by paying for it. Bitchute uses the same basic tech.)