Public policy debate November 12, 2014
al-Qaeda, al-Shabab, Boko Haram, Hamas, Hizb ut Tahrir, Hezbollah, Islamic jihad, Islamic state, Jemaah Islamiyah, Muslim Brotherhood, Talibans.
the list can be long, considerably longer than that.
The common denominator is that they are all violent and anti-democratic Islamist terrorist organizations.
Every time they use violence as a method, each time the suicide bombers blow up innocent people, Every time they halal slaughter "unbelievers" they find support for this in the Qur'an and in Muhammad's actions.
These organizations are so numerous and their activities so extensive that it can hardly be said that this is a small minority.
The problem, however, is not just these organizations but also countries such as Iran and Saudi Arabia, countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan, Islamic countries that trample on the values we take for granted. Nor in this case can it be said that this is a small minority.
Another example is Turkey, which is undergoing rapid Islamization, or Egypt, where nearly 50 percent of the population of the 2012 election chose to vote for the Muslim Muslim Brotherhood.
In turn, 25 percent chose to vote for the Islamist Salafists. Thus, a devastating majority of voters chose to support anti-democratic Islamists. Do not come and say that it is a small minority!
A few days ago, a Christian couple were attacked by a lynch mob of 1,500 people in Pakistan.
Eagerly encouraged by the local mullahs they were dragged into the street, beaten and thrown into a brick oven and burned to death.
The woman was pregnant in the fifth month. What was the crime then? They were accused of having violated the Qur'an. 1,500 people are not what I call a small minority.
Is there anyone in this hall who can at all think the idea that a few hundred, for example, Simrishamnsbor, eagerly encouraged by some priests, would commit a similar act here in Sweden? I do not think so.
Christians are t..
Swedish Democrats party Leader Jimmie Åkesson (SD) Vs Feminist Initiative (FI) Spokesperson Gudrun Schyman.
This is a debate from early November right before the Swedish election (2014).
I cut out the first part the covers feminism, because revolved around "childrens leave" which wouldn't make much sense to non swedes
Much of the election was about whether (FI) would gain entry to the Riksdag. They were included in some of the bigger party leader debates,and were featured on large media platforms.
The Swedish MSM got a lot of criticism for feathering them that heavily.
Both parties looked to make mayor gains this election. (FI) only got 3.5% not enough to gain entry to the Riksdag.
Many Surveys showed them at between 4-5 %, most experts expected them to enter the riksdag 2014. (SD) got 12.8%, 3% more than what the best surveys showed.
From April 20, 2018
Subject of debate.
Jeff Ahl to Foreign Minister Margot Wallström (S)
In 2015 there was a mass migration, mainly from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe. Initially, few countries in Europe wanted to stop this wave.
Sweden was unfortunately one of the foremost proponents of letting the migration continue.
until it became obvious that this was unsustainable. Countries that acted responsibly, mainly Hungary, received and receive unjustified criticism for their actions.
I would therefore like to ask Foreign Minister Margot Wallström:
Is the Foreign Minister prepared to apologize to Hungary and Viktor Orbán on behalf of the Swedish Government, and thank Hungary for it's action in stopping large sections of the migration wave?
The debate is from 27 Juni 2018
Question from Jeff Ahl,
to Culture and Democracy Minister Alice Bah Kuhnke (MP)
Watch the full episode click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2P1L
The debate is from 27 Juni 2018
By Kent Ekeroth On integration
Challenged by Siv Holma (V), Bengt Berg (V), Adnan Dibrani (S), Emma Henriksson (KD),
Gunnar Andrén (FP)
Kent Ekeroth from the Sweden Democrats holds a Speech on Immigration.
Tycket att det var en konstig Intervju. Det är från tiden när han var SDU ordförande.
James Gunn tells a interesting joke. "She should've been broken in by me already"
Swedish PM Stefan Löfven humiliates himself over foreign rapist.
Free health care for illegal immigrants In Sweden, speech and debate in Swedish Parliament.
Speech by Björn Söder from Sweden democrats the Anti-migrant party.
Challenged by Ulf Nilsson Peoples party. Jonas Gunnarsson, Social democrats. Adnan Dibrani Social Democrats, Emma Henriksson christian democrats
Richard Jomshof Is a Swedish MP from the Swedendemocrats
The Speech was held 16 Oktober 2013
Swedish PM Stefan Löfven Thinks he is in China.