It dawned on me that just because something is politically incorrect here in the US, doesn't mean it's the same in other countries. And vice versa could be said of the US and other countries. Case in point Sweden.
Yes, feminism is alive and well here in the US, but it doesn't run the country like it does in Sweden. You can speak out against feminism and marxism in Sweden, but you will incur the wrath of feminists, a kowtowed media and general public and social scorn.
Enter the internet.
Say Sven is being oppressed by feminism in Sweden. He can't say what everybody else is thinking. He'll incur too much of a cost, so he's just got to pay higher taxes and claim the emperor still has clothes.
But what's to prevent some loud mouthed American blogger to rip Swedish feminism a new one? What's to prevent foreign attacks against domestic political parties, institutions and mafias?
So to see if I was onto something and if this might work, I contacted our Swedish Agent in the Field to get an update on feminism in Sweden. His response is promising, meaning Swedish feminism may be the guinea pig we try with this "indirect sovereign support" tactic:
Correct observation, you can as an American speak about things which
have no probability what so ever to be allowed into mainstream
conversation in Sweden
I can give you a brief overview of the current situation. For the last
15 years or so, the feminist-mafia have increasingly imposed their views
(and even some legislation) on society at large. Most men are at this
point finding themselves either in the "don't-care, whatever"-camp and a
few in the "haha, let's make fun of feminists"-camp. There is a
counter-cultural movement that is gaining traction, which has lead to
the feminist- and gender-institutions to scream loudly about "hatred for
feminists" and a "threatening environment for feminists". This is met
with backslapping from their own camp, and mostly sighs and "oh, just
stop whining" from most others.
An interesting aspect is that there is a small but growing movement of
male gender equalitarians - ergo men who are promoting the idea that
feminism has now made men the "oppressed" group and men should get equal
rights. Most of them are pretty beta-male, and they are joined by quite
a few men who have lost custody of their children. Regarding the
custody-situation, it is generally NOT as bad as in the US. In the case
of divorce, the courts generally try to rule for 50/50 custody of
children unless there are special circumstances (I suspect that swedish
women are somewhat less likely to pull the "he's a violent unsuitable
father!"-card, or at least it doesnt seem to work as well here).
So, generally the legislative situation in Sweden is slightly better
than in the US. If we move to the relationship-situation on the other
hand, I would probably agree that things are a bit worse.
The first thing one needs to know is that private life has become very
politicized in Sweden. Everything is framed in "gender equality"-terms.
We have politicians who want to make sure that men do an "equal share"
of housework, and all economic legislation is forced to recognize the
"gender inequality aspect". This has of course affected peoples
relations. Older people seem to be generally less affected by the whole
equalitism-creed (and are less afraid to acknowledge that the men do the
heavy work, and women keep the house tidy). The last two generations,
well, it's "don't oppress women!!!" for everyone....
Something I can say for experience is that "relationships" in Sweden
seem to have very little "relationship" in them for many people. There
seems to be lacking any deeper connetion with people, and everyone is a
die-hard individualist, even in relationships. The
whole "partner-manipulation"-game seems to be how most people think
you have success in a relationship. There is something almost awkward
about how people who are dating, or living together act in Sweden.
First everyone tries to live up to the ridiculous "we are so in loooove,
and lets show it to the world"-notion, and after a while couples just
seem to consider themselves to be amoebas randomly attached to their
partner. Sometimes it seems like people are just going through the
motions because they think they are expected to. One thing that is
noticable is that beta-males in Sweden are VERY beta, which probably has
something to do with how society is at large. Alpha males are generally
pretty loud and annoying, making the contrast even bigger (there are a
few of us in between) The population at large seems to not be aware that
there are fundamental differences between the male and female role
(generally no one would like to admit that such roles even exist).
Maybe I'm a tad unqualified to speak about how bad women are in
relationships, since I've actually managed to find a woman who is not
the least affected by feminist nonsense.
But I can say with pretty high certainty that if it wasn't for her, I
would likely be flying solo without any interest of relationships in