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Kingdom of Sweden
Anthem: Du gamla, Du fria
"Thou ancient, Thou free"
Location of  Sweden  (red)
Location of  Sweden  (red)
and largest city
Official languages Swedish[c]
Ethnic groups 75% Swedish
Government Unitary parliamentary
constitutional monarchy
 -  Monarch Carl XVI Gustaf
 -  Riksdag Speaker
 -  Prime Minister
Legislature Riksdag
 -  A unified Swedish kingdom established By the early 12th century 
 -  Part of Kalmar Union 1397–1523 
 -  Part of Swedish-Norwegian Union 4 November 1814 – August 1905[1] 
 -  Joined the European Union 1 January 1995 
 -  Total 450,295 km2
175,896 sq mi 
 -  Water (%) 8.37 (as of 2015)[2]
 -  February 2021 estimate 10,402,070[3]
 -  Density 25/km2
65/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2020 estimate
 -  Total increase $563.882 billion[4]
 -  Per capita increase $52,477[4]
GDP (nominal) 2020 estimate
 -  Total decrease $528.929 billion[4]
 -  Per capita decrease $50,339[4]
Currency Swedish krona (SEK)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Date format YYYY-MM-DD
Drives on the right[e]
Calling code +46
Internet TLD .se[f]

Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden, is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. It has been a member of the European Union since 1995.


Sweden has a long tradition as a major exporter of iron, copper and timber. Improved transportation and communication allowed more remote natural assets to be utilized on a larger scale, most notably timber and iron ore. In the 1890s, universal schooling and industrialization enabled the country to develop a successful manufacturing industry and by the twentieth century, Sweden emerged as a welfare state, consistently achieving a high position among the top-ranking countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI). Sweden has a rich supply of water power, but lacks significant oil and coal deposits.

Modern Sweden emerged out of the Kalmar Union formed in 1397 and by the unification of the country by King Gustav Vasa in the 16th century. In the 17th century Sweden expanded its territories to form the Swedish empire. Most of these conquered territories had to be given up during the 18th century. In the early 19th century Finland and the remaining territories outside the Scandinavian peninsula were lost. After its last war in 1814, Sweden entered into a personal union with Norway which lasted until 1905. Since 1814, Sweden has been at peace, adopting a non-aligned foreign policy in peacetime and neutrality in wartime.


Like most of Europe, Sweden is experiencing demographic genocide from mass immigration. The people promoting the immigration claim Sweden has no culture and needs third world culture.[5] The state financing housing and finding jobs to immigrants. No matter how much the immigrants get at the Swedish people's expense, many keep on demanding bigger free houses, more free services, and more money.[6] Sweden has a very high occurrence of reported rapes because of mass immigration.[7] Many immigrants live in exclusion areas and get free welfare to live on.

Sweden's mass media are not talking about the problems with mass immigration.[8] A good part of Sweden's mass media is owned by the Jewish family Bonnier.

In 2014, a teacher Ann-Sofie Stensdotter wrote on the Internet about the invasion of foreigners that “these people are God’s punishment” for Sweden becoming a secular nation--the school fired her for this.[9]

In April 2014, Sweden's prime minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt, gave a speech at Luleå Technical University calling nationalism a "disease".[10]

In 2014, cultural marxists complained that Sweden failed to include enough nonwhites in their childrens' toys."[11]

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