Former Swedish MP: - Examine the parliament's mental state

Former Swedish MP: - Examine the parliament's mental state
After yesterday's budget vote in parliament Sweden resembles an African dictatorship, says Ian Wachtmeister.

"Best suggestion so far: A number of lie detectors are set up in Parliament and the members must be examined every day," he wrote on Facebook.

Ian Wachtmeister is a Swedish industrialist and politician. He was a member of the Swedish parliament from 1991 to 1994.

According to the 82-year-old, the budget vote shows that the Swedish democracy is being phased out by the politicians.

"Our politicians resembles an African dictatorship trying to talk themselves into power."

Ian Wachtmeister says that it is inconceivable that people continue to vote for the Conservatives (M) "despite the alliance's brain loss".

"A new election with a really shattering election campaign is a necessity! That it does not happen is a disgrace and a pathetic picture of bourgeois politicians who managed to dribble themselves up on the stands," he writes.

There is so much insanity going on in the Swedish parliament these days, that one can wonder if the politicians are really escaped mental patients.

Regarding the insane immigration policy decided upon by these nutters, have a look at this video, which pretty much sums it up.

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