Swedish Elections 2010. How would the Swedish people vote if it were elections today?
Read, ponder and answer the questions in this first part of 3 articles.
- A political party who does not want to open its arms to the outside world OR a party that embraces the benefits of belonging in the global community?
- A party who destroys the foundation of democracy & do not believe that all people have the same value OR a party that believes in democracy, freedom and the positive things that change brings?
- A party that is perceived as hostile to foreigners & exploit fear in people OR a party that is tolerant, acceptance & use positive enforcement?
- A party whose policy is based on loose and fictitious claims that Islam is an enemy of Sweden’s freedom OR a party whose policies is based on facts and that it is not religion itself that is a problem but the individual human being and how the individual interprets religion – whether it is Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, etc?
- If we were in a Muslim country, a party which is equivalent to the radical Muslims and extremists OR a party that is equivalent to freedom-loving, tolerant and democratic Muslims?
- A party that does not have specific issues OR a party that has a solid and credible political standpoint?
- A party that uses negative publicity in order to get media attention OR a party that builds their image with positive policies & objectives?
- A party that always degrades other parties’ politics OR a party that accepts challenges & focus more on what they can do for Swedish people?
Which of the below parties would fit into the above questions?
- Someone from the red-green block? Social Demokrater), Miljöpartiet, Vänsterpartiet.
- Or the present blue government? Moderater, Folkpartiet, Centerpartiet, Kristdemkorater.
- The innovators? Feministisk Iniativ and the Pirapartiet.
- Nationalistic and xenophobic parties? Nationaldemkorater, Sverigedemokrater.
The key question is who you would like to represent Sweden in the global community. It is a question worth pondering upon prior to ELECTIONS 2010 but as well as in the upcoming and future elections.
At least I know and have decided which parties I would not want to represent Sweden.