Richard Jomshof, a member of parliament of the Sweden Democrats (SD), heavily criticised the effects of multiculturalism on the country, Fria Tider reports.
The SD member started his speech with a quote of former politician Vilhelm Moberg.
Moberg said that the "Swedes have acquired the right to their Sweden" that "has been our own millennium since the millennial victim and the user’s own right through the victims of blood through the distinctive culture created here."
Jomshof explained, that although that the quote stems from WW2, it's still relevant.
"Today’s threats are no occupational power, but come from several directions. Partly from an over-state and increasingly anti-democratic EU that threatens our national self-determination. Part of the destructive policy that the socio-liberal establishment has brought for decades," he said.
Jomshof continued by criticising multiculturalism, that has changed Sweden from a safe into an unsafe country:
"Madam President, the results of the recent decades of mass immigration and multiculturalism are clear. Sweden, once a safe and homogeneous country, is increasingly characterised by fragmentation, segregation, exclusion and insecurity.
The imported crime with shootings and fires, with stone fights and fires, with sexual assault and group violence is wrecking Sweden," he continued.
Jomshof’s party, the Sweden Democrats, are the 3rd largest party of the country. It received almost 18% of the vote in the national election last month.