Journalist “renounces” Sweden and his title, moves to Iraq

3 Mar

Nima Dervish, until recently journalist

“Swedish” journalist Nima Dervish, immigrated from Iran to Sweden where he has lived for 26 years, has given up on this country. I can understand him.

I’ve noticed Nima, since he is both immigrant and has critized islamism as well as the Swedish Democrats. In a blog post, where he notes that the only ones that appear to be interested in the news that a “hate-speech” islamist is going to speak in the Imam Ali mosque (for the third time) are Avpixlat, a website with strong connections to the Swedish Democrats. Mainstream media completely ignores this kind of news, they’re instead busy with discussing the Internet-haters, which seems to be anyone who criticizes journalists or says that large immigration can cause problems (hate speech indeed, huh?! but that’s another story). He writes:

“I’m realizing with all the abundant clarity that I’m wasting energy and time. I’m ignoring this now and renounce my title as journalist. Sweden is not a country to be journalist in. (Since 2009-10 i’ve felt that I haven’t been able to write as openly as I’ve wanted to).

I’m also renouncing Sweden. I came to Sweden on februari the 7th, 1987, så it was 26 years anniversary recently. Thanks for those years, but now it’s time to finish that epoque.

I don’t want to be countryman with a population whose majority (or minority big enough) are cowards and simply don’t understand their best. I don’t want to live in a country whose politicians, media and organizations I’ve increasingly begun to feel an involuntary contempt for.

Oh, btw, 100 bucks that SD will have a landslide victory in 2014. When that happens, it’s not because of the wisdom or competence of the party leadership, but because of the incompetense of the politicians, media, cultural relativists, the lefties, the selective-feminists and “anti-rasists”. Their incompetence lead them to deliver the ball to SD:s court on a silver plate, and it also let SD dominate certain topics.”

It’s totally spot on. Reading through the comments on his post I feel like home. I find so many people who, like me, seem to be stuck in a limbo between the politically correct and the Swedish Democrats. There’s nowhere that I belong. There’s nothing left to do but wait for these two groups to “work it out”. The voices of sanity are silent – noone wants to listen to them. It’s no use. It’s not worth it. However, I’m not in a position that I can leave this country easily. I’m stuck here, in an insanity which appears to grow bigger for each day.

Where Nima is moving? Oh, he’s going to live in the Kurdish region of  Iran Iraq, if that doesn’t work he will go to the US. That says quite a lot about the situation here. I bet most swedes think Iraq sounds like a horrible place. Despite all talk about nationalism being a bad thing most swedes believe they’re living in the best country in the world. They believe Sweden is a country without corruption, a country where everyone gets a fair trial, and a country with extreme tolerance. The country which doesn’t even have a culture, now that truly makes Sweden superior. How’s that for nationalism? In some cases they’re right, Sweden is still a good country to live in, but it’s changing to the worse rapidly and Swedes are extremely gullible. It’s terrifying to see how far this indoctrination has gone and to think of how far it will have to go before they react. It’s depressing that the only people who dare to bring up problems with islamists who come here to advocate death penalty for homosexuals are people who, in my view, seem to have some fanatic tendences in other areas, but that’s the way it is around here.

Nima, you will be missed, but I completely understand you. Best wishes from all my heart.

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2 Responses to “Journalist “renounces” Sweden and his title, moves to Iraq”

  1. Nima Dervish March 4, 2013 at 7:14 am #

    Hi! Couldn’t find an email address, so you can remove this comment later.
    I’m moving to Iraqi Kurdistan, not the Iranian part. It’s quite impossible and dangerous for me to move back to my country of birth Iran. 🙂

    • talesfromsweden March 4, 2013 at 7:50 am #

      Sorry about that – thanks for notifying me. Wishing you all the best, again.

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