They Can Have Blankets

SWEDEN. Gatstone Institute have published another great article about the migration madness here. Read about The Cost of Migration.

The Sweden Democrats Are the Largest Now

SWEDEN. A poll presented yesterday showed that the Sweden Democrats are now the biggest party! It's been a close call for a number of times and yesterday Aftonbladet/Demoskop showed that the Sweden Democrats got 24% and passed the Social Democrats which only got 22,2%. That's a drop for S from 28,3% in the election of … Continue reading The Sweden Democrats Are the Largest Now

Hanif Is Japanese Now

JAPAN. Hanif Bali, Swedens coolest and most outspoken politician, took a selfie on the Tokyo subway declaring that from now on he's Japanese. That smile! 😆 The joke refers to something Åsa Romson, former vice Prime Minister and former spokesperson for the Green Party, said during a debate between party leaders in the parliament 2012. … Continue reading Hanif Is Japanese Now

The Lawyer Was a Communist

SWEDEN. Opinion Live is a debate show of sorts and since it's on SVT it's leaning heavily to the left. It has, as a majority of the shows on SVT, a tendency to invite lefties without presenting them as such. This Thursday they did it again. The debate was about ISIS-brides and Hanif Bali (M) … Continue reading The Lawyer Was a Communist

Hanif Bali Speaks Truth once Again

SWEDEN. Hanif Bali is a Member of Parliament for the Moderate Party who speaks his mind and that's why many likes him. Except for the left who routinely go crazy over something he does. His great sin this time was to call the ISIS-brides who want to return ISIS-honor (female animals) and since the left … Continue reading Hanif Bali Speaks Truth once Again

Gad Saad & Hanif Bali

SWEDEN. Hanif Bali is one of my favourite politicians and he represent the Moderate Party in the Parliament. He is smart, funny and speaks his mind which has earned him a lot of respect. Except from the left who are outraged every day and call him an Uncle Tom. The good hate. Here he talks … Continue reading Gad Saad & Hanif Bali