Class war in Swedish schools

With its aim of reducing social inequalities and to reduce class differences in Sweden, the Swedish socialists have used their education policy to prevent people from being different. In earlier times, university and college were something that only the happy few could take a part of. Of course this was a erroneous situation due to that people with wealth during these days were more likely to have had inhereted that property or wealth – not earning it themselves. It is natural that noble titles and nice family names are something that we certainly do not need in modern times. You should owe your success to yourself – not your great great great-grandfather who happened to be a Duke or a Baron.
But meanwhile they were blinded by their hate towards the old class system, the Swedish socialists established a system with little or no concern for the individual – just the State/Nation. In Sweden, it doesn’t matter any more if you are studying or not. It is nothing special with it. The communists have achieved what they wanted. Everyone does it – it is just that that it doesn’t lead anywhere for a huge number of the students attending classes like anthropology or feminist theory etc. They get hooked on student loans, they put themselves in debt to the state and are therefore from then on dependent even more on the State. In Sweden, a midwife needs to study 3-4 years and a nurse around 5. Meanwhile Asia is vomiting out civil engineers and physicians in numbers of millions we study in a slow pace till we are 26-27, with debt to the State all above our ears and with little or no working experience (due to the reason that Swedish students don’t need to work, they get money “for free”, i.e. they get paid for studying meanwhile in other countries you have to pay for it).
And everyone should study. Especially people who don’t want to study. Because the State has so decided. This is a tactic the State developed for the politicians in charge to be able to go abroad and show up great numbers in the UN on how many people (percentagewise) are studying in Sweden and how swell and equal our country is. What it doesn’t show is that we have one of the highest unemployment rates in the EU region for College students and young adults. We need of course a mentality shift, we need to understand that not everyone is fit for university studies and we have to encourage people that are gifted in other ways to be prouder of themselves. Today in Sweden a huge number of university students are being unemployed meanwhile it is almost impossible to find a carpenter or other skilled craftsmen.

But who cares anyway? – the politicians get re-elected and receive standing ovations abroad by those rats in the UN corridors of power. Why would they work for a change?


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This blog belongs to Carl-Mikael A. Teglund - tegis. Swedish emigrant with a heart for languages, philosophy, history, and politics (classical liberalism in the European tradition). Go ahead and look, read, or listen. I'm sure you will find it interesting.
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