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This blog was operated by Johnny Munkhammar from 2004 until 2012 when he passed away. This blog is now in a memorialized state and operated by the Johnny Munkhammar fund.
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Tuesday 05/03/2024, 14:52:36

01/12/2004 9:27:49 am
30th of November - a Day for Openness? For years, quite large demonstrations by neo-nazis took place on the 30th of November in Sweden. For some reason, in Stockholm they chose to meet by the statue of the great admirer of Turkey, the Swedish King Karl XII. They demonstrated against openness and diversity and for a homogeneous Sweden with closed borders. Yesterday, according to media, about 150 people joined the demonstration in this city. Hardly anybody noticed or cared. I want to believe that this partly is a result of the great effort by the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, which in 2001 decided to take the 30th of November from these forces and make it a day for "An Open Sweden". This was in a time when the forces of intolerance and fascism seemed to be strong and coming. So the Confederation arranged large meetings all over the country for open borders and a free society. In the City Hall of Stockholm, the Managing Director Gran Tunhammar took the fight for openness in front of hundreds and hundreds of people. Fighting for free enterprise is always ultimately a struggle for a free society with open borders.

The Swedish flag is sometimes said to symbolise the blue skies with the sun - under which not just blond people with blue eyes should gather in freedom, it might be added.

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