Look what they are doing to my country.
The police, the representative of the state, of the democratic state, of the deep democratic Swedish state, carrying the symbol of totalitarianism.
As if the police during the 30‘ies carried the svastika. As if the police during the 60’ies carried the communist symbol. All these are symbols of non-democratic, awful ideologies.
How can a country, with a very deep democracy, accept totalitarian symbols on state representatives?
Had I known this development; I would have voted No to accept refuges.
I can take care of other people. I have a sense of solidarity. But not if they come to my house and destroys it.
I do not mind the refuge people. I have friends, very dear friends, that have arrived as refuges. I do not mind the people, the individuals, the persons. On the contrary, those are the ones I have helped.
But the refugee people carried an awful baggage. That of a totalitarian, unhuman ideology.
In countries where this ideology exists, people like me do not exist. If they exist, they are in jail.
So, my feelings are egoistic, as all feelings are. I care about myself. In a country where this symbol dominates, I do not exist. Or is in jail.
If I see this police in the streets of my country, I will not feel safe. I will feel terrified. Not for the individual that carries the symbol. She looks nice and kind. But for the acceptance of an ideology that is an insult to humanity and democracy. The symbol that is not only an insult towards my country, but also represents a threat towards my country, the democratic Sweden.
These words I am writing, not in Sweden, but in Liguria. As if I am a refugee from my own country. Forced out from my own country by the ideology of the refugees, those I accepted some years ago.
Lady police, you that carry the symbol of oppression: how can you do this to me?
San Bernardo September 22, 2020