In this article, Jon Rappoport discusses the emerging impact of the refugee invasion on Sweden and its people, and Sweden’s role as a global test case – as it has been for decades:
“I have never written a word with the intent to make people fearful. I believe, and will always believe, that the individual can triumph, no matter what circumstances surround him, if he knows what he is, what he is capable of, and the creative force he possesses.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Note: This article is based on non-mainstream reports and sources who are decidedly independent of the Swedish establishment. Why is it necessary to hunt for facts? Because news is being suppressed.
The population of Sweden? 9.5 million people.
Only 9.5 million.
This should give you some idea about what is happening there, at ground level, as the migrant wave sweeps in.
There are also restrictions on what Swedes can say about the invasion. Political correctness rules. If this isn’t troubling, I don’t know what is.
As usual, politicians and various “community leaders” have jumped on the immigration bandwagon. At minimum, they have lost their minds. I see no coherent assessment of what effect migration will actually have on the economy—especially in a country famous for giving everything away.
Free government services are paid for by taxes. Let’s not forget that. So the extremely high tax rate will jump even higher.
I’m reading reports of violence and rape in Sweden—crimes committed by the new immigrants. From what I gather, even speaking about or publicizing these crimes is a violation.
From what I’ve learned about Sweden over the last 50 years, it’s clear the prevalent attitude of “it’s all good, things are fine, people are nice” is now being layered over the current migration crisis—which would be the equivalent of somehow seeing rainbows festooned with cupids in the middle of a hurricane tearing roofs off houses.
And yet this crisis is still being viewed as a test-case for tolerance. “We must respect all people and their culture…”
But this test case is about something else. It’s about what happens when the culture and community of a country are torn apart. It’s a test case for globalization. What happens when artificial and forced immigration, in great numbers, brings about chaos?
Globalist planners are pondering: “What amount and quality of revolt among the Swedish people will take place? How easy or difficult will it be to squash such a revolt? How long will it take to achieve the goal of somehow “integrating” a new population, most of whom have no intention of blending into the prevailing culture, some of whom plan to take it apart?”
This is a test case for burying the 9.5 million people of Sweden in a new heterogeneous mixture, in order to see what occurs.
Because, make no mistake about it, it is also the plan for many industrialized technological societies around the world.
This is the perception the Globalists hope to engender: “When we look at Germany, France, Sweden, England, and parts of the US, we no longer see the old homogenous population. Therefore, why call them separate nations? Why should they have borders? Why should they have immigration quotas? There are no immigrants. There are only ‘world citizens.’ Given that fact, they all must be governed as One, from an elevated management platform…”
Globalism, par excellence.
This is why Sweden is a test case.
The Globalist inquiry is: “How deeply programmed with ‘humanitarian goals’ are these Swedish people? How much will they endure silently? To what degree will they refuse to see what is in front of their faces?”
Obviously, we are talking about mind control on a widespread basis.
To come back to the economic picture, we will see major jolts. Household incomes will fall. Taxes will increase. Consumer spending will drop. Therefore, Swedish companies will undergo very hard times.
As I’ve written before, this is where the rubber meets the road in the Globalist plan. If companies and corporations that are supposed to win in the “new civilization” can’t find a sufficient consumer base, disaster will loom.
In this light, there is the strong possibility that Sweden will also become a test case for an even more profound Welfare State. Whether through the invention of a new currency, or by allocation of credit, all persons in Sweden would receive enough buying power to “participate in the economy.”
Elite Globalists: “All right, now we have transformed the population and culture of Sweden. We’re clamping down on citizen revolts. But the consumer base is shrinking. Poverty is spreading. It’s time to make every person a viable consumer. Time to invent money and spread it around.”
Of course, this happened in many countries long ago. But not to this degree, and not by universal dictate.
Such a plan in Sweden would be fraught with the usual crises and disasters. For example: people demanding more buying power; people sending huge amounts of money out of the country; people using money to set up local crime organizations; government debt explodes; there is nothing left of the culture except low-level consumerism; riots against the wealthy increase…
The challenge for Globalists would be to somehow hold it all together and propagandize it as a new social-justice utopia. Free speech, of course, would be banned.
If you want a picture of the new economy, watch the 1982 film, Blade Runner. Forget the plot. Just look at the streets and alleys of the city, the people trudging along in a perpetual drizzle, the zig-zag bazaars and street-booths, the huddled customers, the gray defeated faces, the hints of a broad underground economy.
For those who live in Sweden now, and I particularly mean those who are free and independent individuals, it is time for them to assess their future from a position of independence—not as a willing slave of the emerging system.
As countries devolve into lower and lower forms of socialism and forced totalitarianism, it will become clearer to those who can see, going forward, that The Individual is the key.
He is the vanguard. He is the living repository of whatever is good about civilized tradition. He is the lamp in the darkness.
Most importantly, he is the one with imagination and creative force, who, no matter what, can invent new realities that take hold outside the planned mediocrity and destruction.
And in retrospect, he will be recognized as the reason civilization existed in the first place, beyond all other reasons: liberation.
Because after the other liberations are finished, he is the core. He sees life, he has life, he transmits life.