Former members of the Communist Party in Sweden plan to build a new Socialist worker’s party that’s free of multicultural dogma, climate alarmism, and LGBT issues that currently plague the modern left.
Nils Littorin, an ex-member of the Malmö branch of the Communist Party, told Lokatidningen that the Left of today has become part of the elite who has lost contact with the working class it was supposed to represent.
“The Left doesn’t understand why so many workers don’t think that multiculturalism, the LGBT movement, and Greta Thunberg are something fantastic, but instead believe we are in the 1930s’ Germany and that workers who vote for the Sweden Democrats have been infected by some Nazi sickness,” he explained to Lokatidningen.
According to Littorin, the cult surrounding 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg along with “other -isms” happen at the expense of the real issues, such as income equality.
“Pride, for instance, has been reduced to dealing with sexual orientation. We believe that human dignity is primarily about having a job and having pension insurance that means that you are not forced to live on crumbs when you are old,” Littorin explained.
Throughout the post-war period, the trade union movement advocated restrictive immigration to avoid wage dumping and ghettoization of the residential areas.
Littorin also says that the foothold in the working class has loosened and the demonstrations are being filled with other social groups.
For Littorin, the goal is to enter Malmö City Council by 2022. The name of the party remains undetermined, but Littorin stressed that the word “Communist” will no longer be present.
Littorin and his peers are not alone in their views among the far-left. A former member of the Left Party in Sweden , Markus Allard, recently lashed out against politicians who submit to Islam, saying that Islam should not take a millimeter of Sweden. However, because the Left as a whole hasn’t rid itself of multicultural dogma and climate alarmism, people like Littorin have been forced to leave leftist parties, despite the fact that they hold the opinions that traditional leftists have held for one hundred years. Source: VOE