Sunday, August 12, 2007

The Counterjihad Calendar: May

Stop the Sharia Clock!

The month of May in the Counterjihad Calendar is represented by Sweden.

Of all the countries in Europe, Sweden may be the most severely in crisis. With its public discourse smothered by PC Multiculturalism, a national preference for non-confrontational consensus, and the generous state subsidies that it offers to Third-World immigrants, Sweden is already far down the path to Islamization.

I have chosen the Stadshus, Stockholm’s City Hall, as Sweden’s representational monument for the calendar. Stockholm is not as severely afflicted with immigration problems as is, for example, Malmö, but the Stadshus is probably the iconic landmark that will most resonate with the average Swede (click for a larger image):


With the help of several Scandinavian email contacts, I have compiled the following list of Swedish Counterjihad websites:
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I welcome more input from readers in each of the other countries to help me create lists of URLs for that country. The goal is to fill up each sidebar with Counterjihad sites.

Once again, the twelve countries I will be using for the 2008 calendar are:

  • France
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • India
  • Sweden
  • Italy
  • The U.S.A.
  • Greece
  • Britain
  • Australia
  • The Netherlands
  • Spain

For each country involved, I invite readers to post suggested Counterjihad links in the comments, or send them via email. I particularly need links for Britain, the Netherlands, Spain, Greece, and Italy.

The goal is to have the finished 2008 Counterjihad Calendar available at our Café Press site sometime in September.

Next up on the calendar is Italy, for the month of June.



Yankee Doodle said...

For Sweden, there's Gummihund, too. Pela68 comments on GOV frequently.

Yankee Doodle said...

Actually, my comment is very a propos, considering you have Sweden listed twice. I guess things really are that bad there. ;)

Baron Bodissey said...

Yank --

Thanks for reminding me; I forgot Gummihund. And one of those Swedens was supposed to be India -- whoops!

Triton'sPolarTiger said...


It's been close to 4 years since I last travelled to Scandinavia.

I'm heading to Sweden in a few days... it's always business, so politics is rarely discussed... but I do recall some grumbling on the part of a few Swedish coworkers about an influx of undesirables.

I'm very curious what I'll hear this time. Most of my time will be spent a few hours north of Stockholm...

Will be dining in Copenhagen with friends during my return.


Conservative Swede said...


You are the man!

Harry Harrysson said...

I suppose also belongs there.