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Global “Stockholm Syndrome” October 7, 2018

There is a very narrow, strenuous and probably bloody path lying ahead of the mankind, while today’s leaders, political cadres and even universities prefer to save the day by overlooking these problems.

On August 23, 1973, two persons entering the Kreditbanken in the Swedish capital of Stockholm had only a single goal in mind: to rob the bank. In fact, one of the robbers was a former convict, benefiting from the Swedish social democratic/libertarian laws. It was not long before he began working in this bank as “convict on parole”: Jan-Erik Olsson.

 

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