Andrey (azangru) wrote,

An interesting conversation with a couple of Swedish conservatives about the problems of Sweden, which is often looked up to as an example of a happy and prosperous country.

It’s interesting how the way Rubin’s guests interpret their ruling party’s motivations are similar to what is said about the American democrats as regards to the hispanic vote, or about the Russian ruling party‘s policy towards migrants, which is that they are turning to migrants to ensure electoral majority.

There was also a weird exchange about how the US does a better job than Europe at assimilating its migrants, which is dubious considering the unrelenting dissemination of the Spanish language throughout the country.

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