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Group.png Sweden   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
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Capital cityStockholm
LocationScandinavia, Europe
LeaderPrime Minister of Sweden
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Incumbent: Stefan Löfven
Since 3 October 2014
Typenation state
Member ofOECD
SubpageSweden/Ambassador to Hungary
Sweden/Ambassador to the United States
Sweden/Foreign Minister
Sweden/Permanent Representative to the UN
Sweden/Trade Minister

Sweden is as nation state in Scandinavia, Northern Europe. It is a large backer of the "war on drugs".[1]

Conscription

On March 2, 2017, the Swedish coalition government announced that it would reintroduce military conscription. This was nominally a response to the (unspecified) "Russian threat", although Roger Ennis suggested that the main purpose may be a domestic strategy of tension.[2]

Cultural experimentation

“In Sweden, everything seems possible except for dissent; dissent from the ubiquitous social message that tells its citizens they must be tolerant of every new cultural fad – from getting micro-chipped under the skin to allowing four-year-olds to be indoctrinated in preschool with the newfangled concept of transgenderism.

Thousands of Swedes have already been implanted with tiny microchips, typically inserted in the left hand, that will allow them the ‘convenience’ of no longer fumbling around for their credit cards, identification, keys. Much of their personal information is stored on the chip, which is about the size of a piece of rice.

Amazingly, despite the potential for the government, corporations or other powerful entity to hack into these devices, that possibility never seems to enter Swedish discourse.”
Robert Bridge (May 2018)  [3]

Johanna Olson-Kennedy termed Sweden one of "the most transgender-affirming countries on the planet".[4]

Abolishing cash

In May 2017, Sweden Bloomberg termed Sweden "the most cashless society on the planet".[5]

Assassinations

Olof Palme

Full article: Olof Palme/Assassination
Eliminated by apartheid South Africa ?
An alleged SADF Military Intelligence report, dated 15 October 1985 (4½ months before his assassination) concluded that Palme "should be seen as an enemy of the State."

The Swedish Prime Minister, Olof Palme, was assassinated on 28 February 1986, 4½ months after a document alleged to be a SADF Military Intelligence report concluded that Palme "should be seen as an enemy of the [South African] State." UK television reported on the day that Swedish police "don't suspect a political motive... they think, it could be the work of a madman".[6]

Anna Lindh

The politician Anna Lindh was assassinated on 11 September 2003, in the run up to a Swedish referendum about EU membership, possibly by a "lone nut".

 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Ambassadors to Sweden

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Sweden
UK/Ambassador to Sweden
US/Ambassador to Sweden

 

Events

EventDescription
Bilderberg/1962
Bilderberg/1973The meeting at which the 1973 oil crisis appears to have been planned.
Bilderberg/1984
Bilderberg/2001
Olof Palme/Assassination

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered Here
Lund University
Nordea
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Sveriges Riksbank
Swedish Institute for Defence Studies
University of Gothenburg

 

Citizens of Sweden on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Sven Aspling28 August 19126 February 2000
Percy Barnevik13 February 1941
Henrik Beer
Erik Belfrage
Ingemund Bengtsson
Hubert de Besche
Anders Bjorgerd
Nick Bostrom10 March 1973
Gunnar Brock1950
Håkan Buskhe8 November 1963
Klas Böök10 March 19095 January 1980
Gunilla Carlsson11 May 1963
Claes Dahlbäck
Sven Dahlman2 January 19056 May 2000
Mikael Damberg13 October 1971
Tage F. Erlander13 June 190121 June 1985
Kjell-Olof Feldt
Anders Ferm
Arne Geijer
Dag Hammarskjöld29 July 190518 September 1961The 2nd Secretary-General of the United Nations who died in highly suspicious circumstances while trying to make peace in the Congo.
Kai Hammerich1943
Gunnar Heckscher8 July 190924 November 1987
Lars Heikensten
Mats Hellstroem12 January 1942
Carl Hubertus30 April 1946
Stefan Ingves23 May 1953
Axel IverothAugust 1914
Per Jacobsson5 February 18945 May 1963
Leif Johansson30 September 1951
Lennart Johansson5 November 1929
Tom Johnstone1955
Lars Jonung11 September 1944
Herman Kling12 July 191316 June 1985
Ulf Kristersson29 December 1963
Gunnar Lange9 March 190916 September 1976
Stig Larsson1931
Anna-Greta Leijon30 June 1939
Baron Erik Leijonhufvud14 January 189313 September 1968
Erik Leijonhufvud14 January 189313 September 1968
Assar Lindbeck26 January 1930
Staffan Burenstam Linder
Björn Lundvall
Sara Mazur8 May 1966
Mijailo Mijailović6 December 1978
Sven Moberg19 November 19194 October 1994
Curt Nicolin10 March 19212006
Bertil Ohlin23 April 18993 August 1979
Kajsa Ollongren28 May 1967
Maud Olofsson9 August 1955
Olof Palme30 January 192728 February 1986Leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party from 1969, and two-term Prime Minister, until his assassination in 1986.
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Related Documents

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File:Small-steps.pdfarticle2010Samordna@stoppanato.se


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