In Sweden, for the next eight years there will be no other political opposition than the Sweden Democrats, the only party objecting to the massive immigration and the insane politics of it. Sweden has officially abandoned the parliamentary principle that a government has to find a majority for its budget if it wants to be seated. Can it not, it must resign or call for new elections.
Not so in Sweden anymore, at least until the year 2022. Unless the Sweden Democrats get absolute majority in the elections in 2018, unfortunately not a realistic option.
The governing Sweden has thus for the next eight years chosen to give up both a functioning opposition and parliamentarism. What is now taking place in Sweden, is completely unheard of.
By cancelling the new election, which was suppose to take place in March 2015, and conspiring to keep one party, the only opposition silent, Sweden is de facto not a democracy towards the next elections to the Riksdag, which will first take place in 2018. In advance Sweden was a democracy but with very large gaps in the form of a total one-way bias media and a scandalous lack of secrecy regarding voting. Now it is a scandal.
Until 2022 the Swedish government has made sure of, by changing the law, that they are in control, regardless of the result in 2018 (unless the Sweden democrats get 51% of the votes). This means that until 2022, Sweden's naive immigration politics will continue as now, or get even worse.
Read: Swedish Government resign
Read: Criminal gangs now control 55 areas in Sweden
Read: Former Swedish PM: Sweden belongs to the immigrants - not the Swedes
Read: Swedish school bans the Swedish flag
Read: Sweden passes law to criminalize any criticism of immigration
Read: Sweden to become a Third World Country by 2030, according to UN
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