Will Snotsucker-like Innovations Still Be Made in Post-Sweden?
The NoseFrida®, "your go-to natural, hygienic baby booger buster," and ingenious example of appropriate technology, which gave us a restful night last night, has me thinking about its country of origin and manufacture.
"It's smart. It's Swedish," reads the box, but how smart (and how Swedish) will Sweden be a generation from now after importing hordes of young males from low I.Q. Muslim countries? John Derbyshire has some answers — Radio Derb: Happy Birthday To Derb, Sweden, The World Capital Of Ethnomasochism, Etc.
And one has to wonder how fast this distinction noted by Steve Sailer will last — “Sweden Is Officially The ‘Goodest’ Country In The World, Study Says”. Say good-bye to "its positive lifestyle contributions, including prosperity, equality, health and wellbeing." Mr. Sailer, asking "how high is the correlation between Goodestism and % blue eyes," finds his answer in Wiktionary's definition of blåögd, an adjective meaning both "naïve, unsuspecting" and "having blue eyes."
Brenda Walker walks us through "how a small, naive country was transformed for the worse from unwise immigration" — How Safe, Low-Crime Sweden Was Sacrificed to the God of Diversity.