"The Swedish Number" Allows You to Call Random Swedes - So We Tried It
Sweden is typically known as the land of meatballs, IKEA, and left-wing politics. But what are the Swedish people actually like, and how many of them actually conform to these cultural stereotypes?
In a bid to introduce its people to the world, Sweden's Tourist Association set up "The Swedish Number." The idea is that anyone can call up and they'll be put through to "a random Swede," or at least one who has downloaded the The Swedish Number app.
The project was set up to celebrate 250 years since Sweden became the first country to constitutionally abolish censorship. More than 11,000 people have called since it was launched Wednesday, some 35 percent of them from the United States.
In a bid to find out more about this Scandinavian country, NBC News called five people on Friday and — bearing in mind the small and completely random sample size — chatted about Swedish life and the country's links with the U.S.
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Henrik's note: It's funny how the Swedish Tourist Association praises Sweden for being 'the first country to constitutionally abolish censorship' when Sweden has been aggressive to suppress critics of immigration and other politically incorrect topics. Ask Dan Park who was arrested for his art. This is a farce, as everything in Sweden these days.
I suggest you call the number and talk about Sweden's anti-White politics or how about the rape statistics brought on by the migrants. Ask about revisionist history and tell of the people in prison for questioning events surrounding the holocaust and hear what happens on the other side of the line.
The conformity in Sweden is like no other country. Many believe they live in the best country in the world, while it's quickly going downhill. The country is being financially and economically drained by the worst migration wave since the migration age itself, the most tumultuous time in European history. Sweden is a disaster on so many levels and this is just the usual damage control to make it seem like everything is fine and that the inevitable isn't inevitable. Sweden is in a crisis and this nonsense won't help.