In this program we welcome two guests who are currently organizing nighttime patrols of Sweden's streets to protect citizens against "migrants": Fredrik Hagberg, chairman of Nordic Youth, and Erik, a concerned citizen.

The topic of today’s program is “Sweden Rising,” and we have two guests. During the first half we speak with Fredrik Hagberg, chairman of the Swedish nationalist organization Nordic Youth, who is currently organizing nightly patrols of the streets of Stockholm to protect citizens from the risk of assaults by “migrants.” In the second half we welcome Erik, who is a concerned citizen from Kalmar who has helped to organize night patrols in his own city.

Recommended links

Nordic Youth (Manifesto in English)

Music

Svensk Ungdom – Frågor till far

English lyrics

Questions to My Father

Do you remember those days I never got to see,
when the people were happy, when the people were one?
So tell me father, how does it feel today
as you sit in the wreckage of what once was?

When you grew up, tell me, how was it then?
Did people attack girls at will?
Did you stroll down the street listening carefully,
without hearing a single word you understood?

Were you ever forced to walk home alone
after having been robbed and beaten by foreign men?

Tell me, how could you let this happen?
You’ve blinded yourself to that which the blind could see.
Does this feel good, dear father?
Are you proud, are you happy?
And where will you stand in our struggle today?

Most of you were dumb as sheep, but some were worse yet
They knew it was serious and not just a game,
they loved to hate the people they betrayed.
Now they call resistance hate, incitement, and superstition,
all while gangs roam the streets outside

And they thank you kindly and laugh and smile,
at the idiocy and cowardice of your response
But you should have realized, you should have understood
you should have seen the urgency, you should have said no

Tell me, how could you let this happen?
You’ve blinded yourself to that which the blind could see.
Does this feel good, dear father?
Are you proud, are you happy?
And where will you stand in our struggle today?

Did you intend to raise an entire generation
of multiculturalists and rootless serfs?
But reality stood against your plans
and all that was good has become a festering mess.

Now we must bear the responsibility you escaped
your society is rotting, we will build one anew.

And I ask you, father, if you have understood,
that the project of your age must now be abandoned.
And I ask, is there any shame left in you, will you rise to your duty as a man and
as a father?

Now we must bear the responsibility you escaped
your society is rotting, we will build one anew.
Are you with us today, are you done deliberating?
or will you turn your back on the children of tomorrow?

Tell me, how could you let this happen?
You’ve blinded yourself to that which the blind could see.
Does this feel good, dear father?
Are you proud, are you happy?
And where will you stand in our struggle today?

Now we must bear the responsibility you escaped
your society is rotting, we will build one anew.
Are you with us today, are you done deliberating?
or will you turn your back on the children of tomorrow?

Tell me, how could you let this happen?
You’ve blinded yourself to that which the blind could see.
Does this feel good, dear father?
Are you proud, are you happy?
And where will you stand in our struggle today?