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Group.png Sweden   Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Capital cityStockholm
LocationEurope, Nordics, Northern Europe
LeaderPrime Minister of Sweden
Typenation state
Interest ofNational Underwater Reconnaissance Office
Member ofEuropean Union, International Energy Agency, OECD, UN
Sweden/Assistant Education Minister
Sweden/Deep state
Sweden/Deputy Minister for Finance
Sweden/Deputy Prime Minister
Sweden/Finance Minister
Sweden/Foreign Minister
Sweden/Minister for Education
Sweden/Minister for Foreign Affairs
Sweden/Minister for Industry
Sweden/Minister for International Development and Cooperation
Sweden/Minister for Trade
Sweden/Permanent Representative to the UN
Sweden/Prime Minister
Sweden/Stay Behind
Sweden/Trade Minister
A nation state which is heavy on social control, but which defied the SDS COVID lockdown policy.

Sweden is as nation state in Scandinavia, Northern Europe. It is a large backer of some SDS policies, such as the "war on drugs", and while ostensibly neutral, has been subservient to NATO interests since the Cold War.[1] It demonstrated an unexpected amount of independence from SDS control in March 2020, by following standard procedure for pandemics; it defied the near[2] global drive towards COVID lockdowns. However, more extensive restrictions were implemented in November 2020, limiting public gatherings to eight people.[3]

Deep state

Full article: Sweden/Deep state
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An alleged SADF Military Intelligence report on Olof Palme, dated 15 October 1985, (4½ months before his assassination) which concluded that he "should be seen as an enemy of the State."

The Swedish Prime Minister, Olof Palme, was assassinated on 28 February 1986, 4½ months after a document alleged to be a SADF Military Intelligence report concluded that Palme "should be seen as an enemy of the [South African] State." UK television reported on the day that Swedish police "don't suspect a political motive... they think, it could be the work of a madman".[4]


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In contrast to the rest of Europe, the Swedish government did not impose mandatory restrictions on its population during the COVID-19 pandemic, but instead advised them on social isolation.


The graph of daily COVID-19 deaths in Sweden is remarkably similar to the graphs of other European nations which did not impose a lockdown. The daily death count peaked at around 100 in mid April, thn declined steadily to low single figures by the start of August

In contrast to many other nations, Sweden followed its own national law and let the response to COVID-19 be decided upon by health experts rather than political leaders. Anders Tegnell followed the pre-existing plan for responding to a pandemic, so in contrast to the other European States, Sweden (like Belarus) refused to introduce a COVID lockdown.

Throughout the early months of the COVID panic, the SDS-controlled corporate media were nearly uniform in their criticism of the Swedish policy, routinely drawing unfavourable comparisons with neighbours Norway or Denmark, rather than with the harder hit UK, Spain or France.[5] Tegnell remained unswerving in his policy, explaining that the policy goal was to achieve herd immunity with minimum disruption, rather than to minimise the fatality rate in the short term.


On March 2, 2017, the Swedish coalition government announced that it would reintroduce military conscription. This was nominally a response to the (unspecified) "Russian threat", although Roger Ennis suggested that the main purpose may be a domestic strategy of tension.[6]

Cultural experimentation

“In Sweden, everything seems possible except for dissent; dissent from the ubiquitous social message that tells its citizens they must be tolerant of every new cultural fad – from getting micro-chipped under the skin to allowing four-year-olds to be indoctrinated in preschool with the newfangled concept of transgenderism.

Thousands of Swedes have already been implanted with tiny microchips, typically inserted in the left hand, that will allow them the ‘convenience’ of no longer fumbling around for their credit cards, identification, keys. Much of their personal information is stored on the chip, which is about the size of a piece of rice.

Amazingly, despite the potential for the government, corporations or other powerful entity to hack into these devices, that possibility never seems to enter Swedish discourse.”
Robert Bridge (May 2018)  [7]

Johanna Olson-Kennedy termed Sweden one of "the most transgender-affirming countries on the planet".[8]

Abolishing cash

In May 2017, Sweden Bloomberg termed Sweden "the most cashless society on the planet".[9]

False Flag Operations

Full article: The Reagan Method

NATO submarines played a role in the 1980s in a regime change operation against Olof Palme's Social Democrat government. In secret agreement with Swedish naval staff, but not the Swedish government, the vessels penetrated Swedish waters several hundred times over a period of several years. Unusually for normally stealthy submarines, they made sure they were observed, leading to the Swedish navy performing several search missions to great media attention. The Soviets were blamed, but senior US and British politicians later admitted to the NATO operation. A submarine infiltrating Swedish waters was again reported in 2014.[10] As of 2019 it remains unsolved.


Events carried out

2011 Attacks on LibyaLibya"Perhaps one of the most egregious examples of US military aggression and lawlessness in recent memory", carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".
Evacuation from AfghanistanAfghanistanThe evacuation of foreigners from Afghanistan, one of the largest airlifts in history


Related Quotation

Sweden/Deep state“Nearing the end of my life, it was clear for me that our so-called democratic society is quiet around power, and loud where power is small or fictitious.”Olof Lagercrantz


An ambassador to Sweden

Nation stateStartDescription
UK/Ambassador to Sweden



2021 Swedish government crisisThe anti lockdown government in Sweden almost fell, but managed to regain confidence from MPs.
Bilderberg/1962The 11th Bilderberg meeting and the first one in Sweden.
Bilderberg/1973The meeting at which the 1973 oil crisis appears to have been planned.
Bilderberg/1984The 32nd Bilderberg, held in Sweden
Bilderberg/2001The 49th Bilderberg, in Sweden. Reported on the WWW.
Olof Palme/Assassination


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Chalmers University of Technology
Federation of Swedish Industries
KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyThe highest ranked technical university in Sweden.
Lund UniversityTraditionally very upper class environment
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Stockholm School of EconomicsSwedish business school mostly funded by the Wallenebergs
Sveriges Riksbank
Swedish Institute for Defence Studies
Swedish University of Agricultural SciencesFormed in 1977 by combining three existing separate colleges for veterinary medicine, forestry and agriculture.
University of GothenburgA strong tradition of research innovation
World Maritime University


Citizens of Sweden on Wikispooks

Gustaf Adolf22 April 190626 January 1947Swedish royal who probably would have played an important role in post war Europe. Died in 1947 air crash.
Carl-Fredrik Algernon9 October 1925Swedish officer investigating weapons smuggling and corruption. Fell in front of a train.
Magdalena Andersson23 January 1967Attended the 2016 Bilderberg as Swedish finance minister
Sven Aspling28 August 19126 February 2000Swedish stay-behind organizer and last person to call Olof Palme
Percy Barnevik13 February 1941Bilderberg Steering committee
Henrik Beer19151987Secretary General of the Swedish Red Cross. Attended the 1963 and 1964 Bilderbergs.
Erik Belfrage13 April 194618 April 2020Swedish diplomat and banker. Wallenberg associate. Attended the 2005 Bilderberg
Ingemund Bengtsson30 January 191912 April 2000Swedish politician
Hans Bergström13 May 1948Swedish-American journalist and editor
Hubert de Besche7 July 191111 March 1997Became Ambassador of Sweden to the United States two your after being an observer at the 1962 Bilderberg
Carl Bildt15 July 1949Swedish deep politician and serial Bilderberger
Anders Bjorgerd8 November 192018 July 2017Swedish oil exec
Jan Björklund18 April 1962Attended the 2009 Bilderberg as Sweden's Minister for Education, became Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden in 2010
Ewa Björling3 May 1961Bilderberger Swedish politician
Hans Blix28 June 1928Attended the 1989 Bilderberg as IAEA Director General
Erik Boheman19 January 189518 September 1979Swedish diplomat, 4 Bilderbergs from 1958 to 1962
Jonas Bonnier10 December 1963Attended the 2012 Bilderberg as Chief Executive Officer of Bonnier AB
Anders Borg11 January 1968Double Bilderberg Swedish Minister for Finance
Nick Bostrom10 March 1973Sweden philosopher who first attended the Bilderberg in 2019.
Gunnar Brock1950Swedish businessman who attended the 2004 Bilderberg
Håkan Buskhe8 November 1963Swedish businessman
Urban Bäckström25 May 1954Former Governor of the Bank of Sweden. Attended the 2010 Bilderberg as DG of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
Klas Böök10 March 19095 January 1980
Gunilla Carlsson11 May 1963Attended the 2012 Bilderberg as Swedish Minister for International Development Cooperation
Claes Dahlbäck6 June 1947Swedish businessman, Goldman Sachs
Sven Dahlman2 January 19056 May 2000Swedish diplomat and journalist
Mikael Damberg13 October 1971Swedish single Bilderberg politician
Börje Ekholm1963Succeeded fellow Bilderberger Marcus Wallenberg as CEO of Investor AB. Then CEo of Ericsson.
Ida Eklund-Lindwall9 December 1980An anti-Russian, ex-Amnesty International member of the Dutch cluster of the II, promoted as an expert on "disinformation".
Anna Ekström23 June 1959
Tage Erlander13 June 190121 June 1985Swedish PM for 25 years
Thorbjorn Falldin24 April 192623 July 2016Single Bilderberger Prime Minister of Sweden
Kjell-Olof Feldt18 August 1931Social Democrat Minister of Finance who attended Bilderberg and initiated large neoliberal changes.
Anders Ferm20 February 19381 October 2019Attended the 1983 Bilderberg as Swedish Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Arne Geijer7 May 191027 January 1979Chair of the mighty Swedish Trade Union Confederation and President of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.
Bengt Gustafsson2 December 193315 March 2019Bilderberg Steering Committee, Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces
Pehr G. Gyllenhammar8 April 1935Swedish CEO, European Round Table of Industrialists, Banque Rothschild, with deep state ties
Pehr G. V. Gyllenhammar23 April 190122 November 1988Swedish insurance company executive
Lena Hallengren25 December 1973Sweden/Minister for Health and Social Affairs during COVID. She refused to put her country into lockdown.
Dag Hammarskjöld29 July 190518 September 1961The 2nd Secretary-General of the United Nations who died in highly suspicious circumstances while trying to make peace in the Congo.
Kai Hammerich1943Supervisor of the 1984 Bilderberg
Gunnar Heckscher8 July 190924 November 1987Swedish diplomat politician who attended the 1962 Bilderberg
Tom Hedelius3 October 1939Double Bilderberg Swedish financier
Lars Heikensten13 September 1950Swedish central banker and Nobel Foundation
Mats Hellström12 January 1942Attended the 1985 Bilderberg as Swedish Minister for Foreign Trade.
Allan Hernelius19 March 19111 February 1986International Press Institute/President from 1962-64
Yngve Holmberg21 March 192529 October 2011Attended the 1967 Bilderberg as Leader of the Swedish Moderate Party
Carl Hubertus30 April 1946King of Sweden
Stefan Ingves23 May 1953
Axel IverothAugust 19141993Headed the Swedish Industrial Association for 20 years
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