To little too late

With the demographics already changed and the birth rate of whites in the country not currently at replacement levels, this might be a speech that’s a little too late for Sweden.

The Prime Minister of Sweden has vowed his country will ‘never go back’ to recent levels of mass immigration after it emerged the terrorist who killed four people in a truck attack was a failed asylum seeker.

Stefan Löfven pledged to change his country’s liberal attitude, insisting the massive influx allowed during the 2015 migrant crisis would never happen again.

Rakhmat Akilov, from Uzbekistan, hijacked the lorry and deliberately drove into pedestrians on central Stockholm’s main shopping street on Friday afternoon.

It was a copycat of the attack carried out in London last month, when Khalid Masood killed four pedestrians and injured dozens more with a Hyundai 4×4. Swedish police said there were clear similarities.

Akilov is thought to have carried out reconnaissance along his route days earlier.

Four were killed and 15 injured when he drove a 30-ton truck down a pedestrianised area and smashed into a department store. Chris Bevington, a 41-year-old father-of-two from Britain, was killed close to his office.

One can blame the liberalism gone mad in Sweden as much as they want, but until you have control of the schools and influence the children to not only take pride in their heritage but to also have a sense of self-preservation against outside threats, these words are too late for Lofven’s people.

I might hope for Sweden, but it’s a situation of hope for the best and prepare for the worst. If they don’t encourage their young to have happy healthy marriages and to out-breed their invaders, they’re days might already be numbered.

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