"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"the insulation of the SD does not work is to become a truth. Closely followed by the isolation of the SD is undemocratic. Both things are wrong."
"the Purpose of isolating The sweden democrats is that the party should not have influence over policy. Before the election was alleged to be an impossibility. In Norran wrote, for example, Svend Dahl, a leader with the punchy headline "
"today is also Charlie Weimers in SD but the party is just as isolated at the national level as always in the past. And it works just fine: The sweden democrats have no influence over policy.nOrsaken to Jimmie Åkessons isolation is that no other party want to cooperate with him, in any case, do not open. Political friends is not a right but something you earn. "
"SD can not, as party activists seem to believe, require 17.5% of the power in parliament just because they got 17,5 of the voters' votes. During the years 2006-2014 was the social democrats, over thirty per cent of the votes and was Sweden's largest party. Still got the zero percent of the power because they were in opposition. And so must a democracy work – not everyone can get what they want."
"Those who argue that the insulation of the SD does not work usually refer to the party's poll has gone up in every election since 1988. It is a dubious argument. Most countries in Europe have a right-wing party, often with significantly stronger support than The sweden democrats. What makes Sweden stand out is rather that it took so long before SD came into the parliament. "
"A possible explanation is that the memory of the chaos surrounding the New Democracy between 1991 and 1994, worked as a vaccine against the new right-wing populist parties. The argument that the SD is growing to the isolation uncover in addition, a rather strange sight on the party's voters. Is not a more immediate explanation that people vote for SD because they like the politics and the representatives? So we would discuss if there was any other party."
"Sweden's new government is based on a set of values in precisely those issues where the SD challenge liberal democracy, openness, tolerance, that men and women have the same value and right, free press and the principles of a constitutional state. In countries where nationalkonservativa parties come to power, it is precisely these values that are under threat and the EUROPEAN elections; 26 may looks to be a confrontation between democracy and authoritarian nationalism. Or to put it differently: a choice between our way of life and Viktor Orbán."
"In the long term may very well Paulina Neuding and Svend Dahl get right. Maybe will all a time to love a sverigedemokrat. But it will be a while, according to the valforskningsprogrammet at Gothenburg university said 55 percent of voters "
"we Have bad luck will be SD for the foreseeable future to be between 15 and 20 per cent in the elections. So it looks in the rest of Europe and the SD may very well be here to stay. But it actually means not that they ever need to get political influence for their ideas. "