Merry Yule: Swedish Government is Afraid of the Swedes
Ingrid Carlqvist worked in mainstream media for many years, before starting Dispatch International with Lars Hedegaard in 2012. She has been a writer for Gatestone Institute and co-hosts the popular Swedish podcast, Ingrid & Conrad. Daniel Frändelöv – a former leftie – who goes by the name Conrad, has been running the popular Swedish podcast Ingrid & Conrad since 2015. For the past five six years, he's been preoccupied with the thought of the destruction of Sweden and was previously the co-host of Radio Länsman.
Ingrid and Conrad return once more to discuss the present state of affairs in Sweden. We begin by talking about a recent Lucia advertisement that featured a black child in lieu of a Swedish one, and touch on the various responses this has elicited in Sweden. This leads to a consideration of how Sweden ended up in its current state of affairs, at which point Ingrid offers a rather unique explanation. We then consider the Russophobia that swept the West in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory. Conrad points out the absurdity of the Swedish government – an entity engaged in the ethnic cleansing of its native population – claiming that Russia is fueling anti-government sentiments among the Swedes. The first hour concludes with Ingrid and Conrad telling us their plans for the future.
We begin the members’ hour by talking about the war on Christmas. Switching gears, we discuss the Left’s assumption that White people should “know better” – meaning that the barbarous behavior of non-Whites is often excused. As an example of this, Conrad mentions that Western nations decry Russia’s supposedly inhumane treatment of gays while ignoring the fact that they’re treated far worse in the Middle East. This leads to a discussion on the rape crisis in Sweden, wherein immigrant rapists generally receive far more lenient sentences than native Swedes for similar crimes. We discuss the non-White crime epidemic in Malmö, and how the police cannot fully investigate many crimes out of fear of being called “racists.” The members’ hour also contains discussion on how to save Sweden, gender differences, and the importance of leading by example.