Considering what is happening in Sweden with no-go zones, Islamic terrorism and other insanity, the election results were a bit disappointing. The Sweden Democrats came in third place with close to 18 percent of the vote. Not a horrible result, but there were polls indicating that they might come in first or second place.
Voters in Sweden handed the ruling Social Democrats their worst result in decades Sunday, while the far-right Sweden Democrats were projected to become the third-largest party in Stockholm’s parliament.
With almost all the ballots counted, the Social Democrats had emerged as the largest party but had just 28.3 percent of the vote, making it likely to lose a significant number of seats.
The Moderates party was next at 19.8 percent, followed by the Sweden Democrats at 17.6 percent. That’s a 4.6 percent increase in their vote share from the last election, held in 2014.
Sunday’s results make it unlikely that any party will have a majority of the 175 seats in the Riksdagen, Sweden’s parliament. It could take weeks or months of coalition talks before the next government is formed.
It’s really hard to understand what is going on in the minds of the Swedes. It seems as if only 1 in 5 of them are concerned about their country being over run with sand niggers and monkey savages. And to think that the Sweden Democrats aren’t really that hardcore of an anti-invasion party.
WOW! With almost all precincts counted, first takes in tomorrow's papers will look overly dramatic. Sweden Democrats come only third with disappointing gains (+4.9%), while Social Democrats lose only 2.6% (in govt!). Real story is Moderates' loss of 3.5% in opposition! #val2018 pic.twitter.com/gxxGNrx4hw
— Cas Mudde ✊ (@CasMudde) September 9, 2018
If there’s any good news out of this it is that the result is going to make it more difficult for the establishment parties to form a coalition government.
But shit, if 80 percent of Swedes don’t have any issue with niggers burning cars and raping women in their country, that’s obviously a big problem. This result might be an improvement, but there’s still lots of work to be done.