Priests Demand Sweden Stop Celebrating ‘Poisonous’ National Holiday

A pair of Swedish priests has demanded the country and church stop celebrating the Swedish national holiday “National Day” saying nationalism and patriotism are “poison”.

Priests Peter Englund and Helena Myrstener from the southern, heavily migrant-populated Swedish city of Malmö have said Swedish people should stop celebrating “National Day”.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I agree. There’s no nation so there’s no reason to celebrate national day.

  • pettifog

    Maybe they could celebrate the “Prophet’s” birthday instead.

  • Pray Hard

    Stupid dhimmi f*cks.

  • Ed

    happily, no one gives a fuck what 2 Swedish priests think…

    • Watchman

      Unfortunately a lot of Swedes appear to care and to agree, as do so many deluded Progressives around the world.

  • mauser 98

    ……………one Priest too late

    France ‘Priest killed by two ‘ISIS militants’

  • Tooth&Claw

    All the more reason to fire up the Swedish equivalent of the barbeque and burn them in effigy.

  • LairdKintyre

    Sounds like these two dimwit priests are suffering from Euro Suicidial Syndrome. A classic case. People affected with this syndrome are Death itself. They see no vital future for themselves other than becoming bequeathed of their lands and culture to the migrants. What they don’t realize is these newcomers will turn Cathedrals into mosques, drag our culture out of universities and libraries and museums and into the streets. Which is where they will smash and burn and trample it underfoot. They will laugh us to scorn when we are in our graves and defile our testing places and memory.

  • Watchman

    I didn’t know the Swedish Church was in the process of renaming itself to the Swedish Dhimmi Church, and replacing the title ‘Priest’ by the functionally equivalent title of ‘Kapo’.

    • The Church of Sweden has been described (by people who live there, no less) as akin to the post office.

      There ya go.

      • Watchman

        Sorry but I just had an thought in my imagination of a Swedish Church communion where the faithful line up to get a sip of wine, open their mouths and present their tongues, so the priest can dab a stamp on their moistened tongues and stick this stamp on an envelope as part of their post office role. Due to to decline of snail mail against email, it’s not surprising that the priests have to find another way of occupying their time.