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In the aftermath of the Swedish election, the hate campaigns are massive from media and politicians. Common questions they ask are ”Who could anyone have voted for the Sweden Democrats?” and ”How can we room that many racists in our tolerant Sweden?” and so on and forth. People are more or less forced to smear the SD in order not to feel accused of belonging to “the wicked”.

In this ambience of mass hysteria and witch-hunt for SD-voters, from now on apparently outlawed in society, an enterprise selling shoes, Brandos, has joined the chorus of complaints. The business executives of course think that they have found a way of showing what high moral they have, how ”good” and ”kind” they are. Of course, they also want to make a profit in the light of this Kafka-like atmosphere.

Watch their film clip below (heading in English: to you who voted for the Sweden Democrats) (NB! with English or German subtitles), in which they say that SD-voters (340,000 persons) are not welcome as customers in their shops. What they neglected is that they have shops in several European countries where far more right-wing parties have got far more votes than the Sweden Democrats; countries where the immigration policy is far more restricted that the immigration policy in Sweden. These countries have in fact an immigration policy which is the one that the SD strive for.

The Swedish politically incorrect site “Politiskt Inkorrekt” has sent them a letter, which I publish below.

Do you think, Karl-Johan Pantzar, who live in a multi million private house in the suburb of Old Enskede, one of Stockholm’s most wealthy and segregated areas, that you have a clear image of all the problems many of us, who perhaps live in less attractive areas, have encountered as a direct consequence of Europe’s most extreme immigration policy?

Do you think, Fredrik Juto, who live in the street of Narvavägen, one of the most exclusive Nordic addresses, that you have the right to take upon yourself to judge the Swedish person that lives in a flat in the street of Rasmusgatan in Malmö – an area i the middle of the city that is harassed by criminal immigrant gangs that daily act in a threatening way against native-born Swedes that dare to enter the area?

Karl-Johan Pantzar and Fredrik Juto, have you at all read the election manifesto of the Sweden Democrats? If so, which we strongly doubt, what in this election manifesto is, in your opinion, to be regarded as xenophobia (in contrast to a legitimate criticism of the current immigration- and integration policy that the other parliamentary parties sometimes point out as unsuccessful)?

Your company sells shoes not only to the Swedish inhabitants, but has expanded to further six European countries:
· Denmark – Brandos.dk (where the party Dansk Folkeparti got 13,8 per cent in the latest election to the Folketing and is a support party of the government)
· Norway – Brandos.no (where the party Fremskrittspartiet got 23 per cent in the latest election to the Storting in 2009)
· Finland – Brandos.fi (where the party Sannfinländarna got 4,1 per cent in the latest general election)
· Germany – Brandos.de (the growing Pro-association, for example Pro-Köln, that has furthermore been attacked several times from both Islamists and neo-Nazis and left-wing extremists)
· The Netherlands – Brandos.nl (where PVV (the party Frihetspartiet) got 15 per cent in the latest election for the House of representatives, the third biggest party)
· Belgium – Brandos.be (where Vlaams Belang got 12 per cent of the votes in the elections for the the House of Commons and the senate)

Have you addressed a corresponding suggestion to the part of the inhabitants in these countries that are critical of their domestic immigration policy, i.e. not to buy shoes from you? As a logical consequence, this must be the case, not at least in the light of the fast that most of the popularly elected parties in the above mentioned countries regard the Sweden Democrats as a liberal party in a comparison.

But if you haven’t done so, why do you think that only Swedes, who are after all exposed to the most extreme immigration policy in comparison with these countries, shall conform to your urgent request not to buy shoes from Brandos?

We offer you, if you wish, to translate, free of charge, your vido clip into the languages of these countries, in order to convey your message to the proper contacts, so that it gets a wide circulation on all your markets.

You also have interests of property in other companues, for example Ticket2 ticket2.com, according to your own statement the largest market in northern Europe for event tickets. Is your urgent request also valid for the customers of these companies, i.e. of someone sympathizes with the Sweden Democrats, this person shall not buy tickets via Ticket2?

As you see, the questions are numerous, and we at the editorial office look forward to an answer from you. With your permission we will publish the answer on Politiskt Inkorrekt.

Perhaps this have given you an idea of how hysterical the defamation has become in Sweden. As regards democracy, Sweden’s parlamentarism is apparently just a Potemkin village:

The true meaning of the entry of the Sweden Democrats in the parliament is that Sweden, and the Swedish people, for the first time in modern times have been brought face to face with the factual signification of a parliamentary democracy. For the first time Swedes must learn what parlamentarism and democracy actually means.” (A quotation from the blog Hayekinstitutet Sverige)

Last but least, I urge you who read this to boycott the shoe stores BRANDOS and to spread the word about this undemocratic group of companies and the boycott of it.

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