The other day we wrote briefly about the stunning upset in the Swedish elections. I won’t attempt to explain the Swedish electoral system, but the end result was that the ruling Social Democrats lost power by a slim margin. The big winner in the election was the Sweden Democrat party, whose share of the vote increased to 20%, at the expense of all other parties. It is now the second largest party in Sweden. The Sweden Democrats are, by Swedish and EU standards, an outcaste party—radical conservatives, populists. By US standards probably not so much. They ran on an anti-immigration and law and order platform—Sweden has the unenviable reputation of being the most dangerous country in Europe.
I think Z is soon going to be resuming his former piano "playing" career, as he will be designated the head terrorist otherwise.
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Regarding the Swedish elections I love how the Duran guys talk about “The Zelensky Curse”. It’s fun to watch it unfold as coming events in Europe point to greater fragility among the European social democracies. Perhaps they will fall like rotted trees in the forest but we’d better not gloat. When dedollarization hits full steam what will be the fallout for us? We are not prepared, either by design or incompetence. I’d like to think Luongo’s Fed theories have some validity. I’m just not yet convinced.