Sweden is cranking up the degeneracy. In recent decades, it has turned the dial from merely “pozzed” to “Hadjis have run out of girls to rape, now they’re after the goats.” Suffice it to say, a significant portion of the Swedish people has had enough. So you alt-righters will be glad to hear that, despite their sever infection of POZ,Â Sweden has the antidote!
Sweden has a thriving anti-regime counter-culture. It isn’t something that a lot of American alt-righters are aware of. Â And you would not be if you do not read Swedish or have a friend named Sven or Lars. But SwedenÂ is a treasure-trove of alt-right rockbands and journalists.
As much as I try to keep it autistic with Vivaldi, I do have a soft spot for some right-wing rock. The genre, sometimes calledÂ “Rock gegen Bolschewismus” (“Rock Against Bolshevism”) includes German-language bands like Stahlgewitter and Wolfnacht (a one-man act put on by one FASHY Greek). Admittedly, the genre is a mixed bag. SomeÂ of the songs are downright terrible. But most of the good stuff is in German or Swedish.
The two best Swedish bands are Tors Vrede and Fyrdung. Tors Vrede “Thor’s Revenge” is probably the most professional and conventional act on the scene. Their songs usually have a catchy melody, yet the instrumentation is pretty aggressive. They’re music sounds like a mix between Boston and Rammstein. Their best two songs, in my opinion, are Seger i RunorÂ for the tuneÂ and AntisemitÂ for the lyrics, eg:
Tycker illa om allt ont som fÃ¶rpestat vÃ¥ran vÃ¤rld.
Du avskyr sionismens regim och Israels ockupanter.
Du protesterar mot fÃ¶rtryck och fÃ¶r det fria ordets skull.
Du slÃ¥ss fÃ¶r ditt folk och lÃ¥ter dig aldrig kastas omkull.
Feeling bad about everything that plagues our world Â Â Â Â Â Â You hate the Zionist regime and Israelâ€™s occupiers Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â You protest against oppression and for the freedom of speech You fight for your people, and never let yourself be oppressed
Fyrdung “Folk Levy” (cf. Old English fyrd) is a more typical right-wing rock group. They rely on heavy percussion and electric-guitar with very basic melodies. My favorite song of theirs is “Folk i GevÃ¤r” (“Nation, To Arms!”), a heavy-metal cover of the Nazi Party’s song “Volk ans Gewehr.” I’ve listened to this song so much in the last three years, it might as well be my theme song. I’ll probably insist that it be played at my funeral.
On a side note, hard-right bands should follow the “Folk i GevÃ¤r”Â formula more often. Shitty melodies seem to be the main weakness in a lot of right-wing rock groups. The deficiency is easily solved:Â TakeÂ melodies fromÂ 30sÂ propaganda songs, add some drums, and redo the vocals with more raspy rage.
All these fashy bands inspired me to start learning Swedish. Besides singing along with hate-tunes, learning Swedish is rewarding in its own right, especially for an autistic language fag like me. Swedish is Germanic, so it’s related to English, German, Dutch and the other languages of Scandinavia (except Finnish and Lappish).Â Learning German was one of the high-points of my life, so picking up Swedish seemed like a good way to recapture the magic. But there’s more advantages, especially for an alt-righter.
Sweden has some great websites for no-bullshit news and commentary. The best one I have seen isÂ motgift.nu. They have high-quality news articles and insightfulÂ commentary. Motgift means “antidote,” and that’s quite a fitting metaphor for the site’s take on the news, because the mainstream Swedish press is toxic. Of course, for the English-speaking audience, there’s also Red Ice Radio and Radio Free SkyrimÂ (a weekly food-fight between some Scandinavian bros).
It makes sense that some Swedes are doing so much for the Euro-American alt-right. The represent an equal and opposite reaction, an antidote, to what Sweden has become: a rotting corpse poisoned withÂ postmodernist libtardery. But just this week, IT FUCKING HAPPENED in Stockholm, when a Mannerbund of two-hundred Swedish menÂ went full VikingÂ on a gang of Afro-Islamic man-children.Â Gitsum, boys!Â Â Let’s just hope Sweden continues its regimen–because whoever refuses to takeÂ the antidote orally will have to take it as a suppository.