Is it not really a surprise that after the Swedish government officially labeled itself as the “first feminist government in the world” in 2017, the harrowing clown circus of the trickle down effects on citizens is as startling and disturbing as Roseanne making a lick of sense in the surreal and hypocritical one view world of late night television.
The New York Times profiles a 25 year experiment (mind control) in Swedish state preschools, where kids have been forced to go against their nature, and it is not getting any less frightening.
Teachers refrain from using gender specific labels, and students are “encouraged” to engage in role reversals and play “dress up”. Once again, the agenda of a sliver of the population is prioritized over the majority. This is another example of a blatantly out of control government doing what is best for the hive of elected officials and not the individual. Yay Sweden! Way to conduct controversial and unethical research on your middle and lower classes, and erase all evidence of failure.
The most telling consequence of the mind control, is the confusion and inner conflicts that some of the millennials face today, who were in the initial phase of the diabolical program. The article features the very telling comments from a maladjusted twenty something female, who apparently does not approve of her contemporaries procreating, and sharing photos of their families on social networking. Of course, she is on the pathway to become an educator. What an eloquent system for those in power, program the minds of voters from childhood with a forced and ingrained ideology. “I” is being slowly selected out for “we” in the most deliberate and inhumane circumstances.
It would be completely unfair to label the insanity of Swedish government with a political term, and the only natural response other than utter disbelief or physical sickness, is to pray that Americans embrace their individual rights, as the nightmare in Northern Europe is getting way too close for comfort. The concept of innocence is no longer synonymous with the children of Sweden.
Read the New York Times article here.