One people, One Party – The history about the Swedish Social Democratic Party (English Subtitles)
Creator: Samtiden. Contemporary Documentary. Published on July 31, 2018.
English Subtitles by Vidahr Arrigsen
Music: The Internationale – The international anthem of socialism
00:00:00 - Prolog
00:03:29 - Race Biology
00:23:00 - Nazis
00:43:19 - Jews
01:08:47 - Dentist Experiments
01:19:27 - Forced Sterilizations
For over 100 years, the Social Democrats have been the biggest and most influential political party in Sweden. For just as long, they have managed to keep their history away from school books and the public debate. Therefore, it is no wonder that so few people are aware of the actual historical foundation of the Social Democrats, even among political representatives within the party.
The Social Democrats have a unique position in Swedish history. No other party has had such power and influence over the Swedish society and its population. No other party has controlled and censored media to the extent that the Social Democrats have done.
*No other party has made racial biology a science and divided the population by race and conducted medical experiments on helpless patients.
*No other Swedish party has systematically and forcefully sterilized its own population.
*No other Swedish party has, to such an extent, helped Nazi Germany.
*No other Swedish party has, to such a degree, deprived women the possibility to bring children to the world.
Swedish Government adopted a sterilization law that existed in Sweden for more than 40 years, 1934-1976. Based on that law, 63,000 people were sterilized.
This is the story of the Social Democrats, as it’s never been told before.
- Category: Servants of Evil,Guinea Pigs / Lab Rats ,Hitler / World War II,People Grab / Forced Treatment
- Duration: 01:45:06
- Date: 2018-08-20 16:38:27
- Tags: race biology, nazis, jews, dentist experiments, forced sterilizations, one people, one party, history, swedish social democratic party, biggest political party, swedish society, censored media, world war 2, world war ii