This is how Statistics Sweden obscures the ongoing exchange of people

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Published 13 September 2021 at 18.12

Column. To try to prove the thesis that the exchange of peoples in Sweden is only a conspiracy theory, everyone born in Sweden is defined as a Swede. It is extremely corrupt to use the authority Statistics Sweden to hide changes, instead of producing facts, writes Jan Tullberg.

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Many are protesting against the term “people exchange”. They read it as “genocide” and therefore believe that mass killing is a requirement for a people exchange to take place.

However, a people exchange can be achieved through massive immigration and a declining indigenous population. If you look at Statistics Sweden's figures on population development, we will soon have a shift so that people in Sweden who are ethnic Swedes become a minority in the country.

This can be disputed with manipulative definitions.

< p>The demographics are obscured by distinguishing only “born in Sweden” and “born abroad” in the report “Sweden's future population 2021-2070. Demographic Reports 2021: 1 ”. Those who are second-generation immigrants are swept under the rug by being invisible and counted as Swedes because they were born in Sweden.

This indicates a difficult denial of problems. It is as if the United States were to decide that everyone born in the United States should be called Native Americans. Then the Indians have not become a minority but only changed skin color, and only racists can get hooked on this adjustment. This is exactly the kind of redefinition proposed by Statistics Sweden: Everyone who is born in Sweden is to be regarded as a Swede. The most compelling thing to say about this is that it is restrained compared to Åsa Romson's (MP) statement that everyone who travels by Stockholm's metro should be seen as Swedes.

A more serious definition is to see children of immigrants as second-generation immigrants. The group with a Swedish and an immigrant parent can be divided into two groups as it is unclear how the person will be identified, by himself and others. But if the group born abroad increases from two million to three million in 2070, it is obvious that there will be a large number of immigrants in the second and third generation. That the group of foreign-born increases from 20.0 percent to 23.9 shows only half the problem. It is extremely corrupt to use the authority Statistics Sweden to hide changes, instead of producing facts.

In my opinion, the most instructive way to see the demographic change is to consider the following forecast: “In a number of years, when half of all Swedes living today are still alive, they will live in a country that no longer has a Swede. majority.” This is happening to our children – not in the distant future.

It is difficult not to see this as an exchange of peoples. A country with a large majority of an ethnic group, Swedes, has now through mass immigration been transformed into a multicultural society with Swedes as a minority. This should be seen as progress, but the term public exchange is not a positive advertising word, which creates resistance among advertisers. The central question, however, is what consequences will this central demographic change have for our survivors? There is reason for pessimism.

People groups that have a strong loyalty to their own in-group move in, but they are expected to be involved in the Swedish group. A strange ethnic group that does not want to take care of their children or their elderly, but leaves this to immigrants. These people who have moved in lack loyalty to Sweden, as they constantly hear Swedish complaints about ourselves, that we and our Swedish rules are racist or have been racist.

Another way to get into the answer to the immigration question is Lars Åbergs in the book Framtidsstaden: “If Sweden tomorrow becomes like Malmö today, how will Sweden become then?” The situation in Malmö is reasonably relevant for a Swedish future in Malmö's footsteps. It can be said that things are going badly for Malmö both in the sense that the immigrants are largely not working and many are criminals, while the Swedish authorities are unable to handle the problems. There will be a lot of shoveling under the carpet.

Much in Sweden is problematic to say the least, but the political establishment is more to be regarded as an advertising department that works full time to create a positive “image of Sweden”. It does not worry about problems or that this radical change has no support in the population. Democracy is just a positive word, which has become an empty word of praise without intellectual content.

The Swedish Football Association states: “Everyone is different. Different are good. ” But as in the book The Animal Farm by George Orwell, it appears that some animals are more equal and others are more different. Swedes are state individualists according to the World Values ​​Survey, while immigrants from Africa and the Middle East are collectivists located at the opposite pole. The problem increases because Swedes are not part of the immigrants' relevant collective.

The relationship is rather that the immigrants are considered a disadvantaged group that should be supported even more by the Swedes. This has failed in Malmö, so other Swedish municipalities are investing at least SEK 5 billion a year. On the day when everyone has the same problem in their own municipalities, the question arises how to cover the deficits. Ebberöd's bank reappears in a tragic final.

The saying goes: “If the crib is empty, the horses start to bite”. This should also apply to the population in Sweden. We have managed conflicts between Swedish ethnic groups quite decently, but how do we manage modern disagreements across ethnic and religious divides?

Many countries have weak cohesion, but can maintain a basic order through a strong police/military. They succeed in keeping anarchy away and do not become a failed state. I am less sure that Swedish law enforcement has that ability. A retiring state of law and a police force with eroded capital of violence have already encouraged a war of succession in the criminal world. The police are no lower than a feared main opponent, but other gangs and leagues have taken that place. It is important, as for mafia leagues in the USA in the 1930s, to be more feared than competing leagues that become stronger when the police lose control of society.

The Swedish public is another opponent who seems easy to quell. Humiliation robberies are not just robberies, but hierarchical signals that Swedes should know that their violent capital is so low that they should be just as low. Muslim ravages in Rotherham, England, showed how Pakistani criminals seized young English women whom neither the police nor fathers could pacify. The hierarchy in society can be rearranged. The rich Swedes can probably make peace with bodyguards and gated communities, but ordinary Swedes risk being exposed to the immigrants' higher violent capital. We learn to get more situations like the abuse at Skogskyrkogården in Stockholm. Rapes are written off in a steady stream and the identified perpetrators are often not even interrogated before the cases are closed.

Researcher and police officer Fredrik Kärrholm focuses on what he calls “antisocial dominance behavior”. It is a good idea that largely focuses on power through dominance – the robber grows and the victim shrinks. He sees more clearly the significance of this than those who fixate on material theft, but I am less sure that the term “antisocial” is the right concept. The robber is ethnically aware and often has a resentment against the law-abiding Swede's negative view of people living a parasitic life. What the villain hopes to achieve is not a new set of values, but to create a fear, preferably a collective Swedish fear of criminal immigrants. What the criminal is for is not an “antisocial” order, but a “new order” where Swedes are downgraded.

Swedes are also inclined to downgrade themselves. The strange organization Black lives matter is admired and Muslims are highlighted as role models. Large parts of the Swedish elite behave as if the country had been conquered by a foreign power that now demands submission. Swedes are accused of inciting against ethnic groups, but not other ethnicities. We should not forget that the Swedish elite is trying to close down Sweden as a nation, and now wants praise for having created a multiculturalism in its place.

JAN TULLBERG

Jan Tullberg is an author and associate professor of business administration. He is the author of the book & nbsp; Låsningen: An analysis of Swedish immigration policy & nbsp; which was published in 2014. More texts by Tullberg can be read on his website.