"Debater: Historically, you have always stood on the wrong side."
"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."
"the DEBATE. I would not be surprised or shocked Benjamin Dousas stated that the Conservatives should seek cooperation with the SD. The alleged hypocrisy that Dousa ascribe to the other parties is an alarming statement that gives reason to take a closer look on the Conservatives of history."
"First and foremost, I would like to say that Benjamin Dousa has the right. The parties ' communications and proposals have become increasingly restrictive towards immigration and all parties have had a harder tone of voice regarding crime and punishment. I as the chairman of the SSU Stockholm, think that these changes in both the communication and the policy proposals are bad. But the fact remains that it has occurred. "
"the Problem with Benjamin Dousas statement is that the cooperation with the SD can never be reduced to what it is for the policy proposal as a agree. The ideological belief of each party is crucial for the collaborations. Becomes policy only a question if to cooperate with the think the same in a matter of fact, we have lost the ideology that is the cornerstone of all parties. "
"We social democrats believe in a transformation of the society and parliamentary elections is a means to achieve democratic socialism. But, that said, I'm not surprised Dousas move. Historically, Conservatives have always stood on the wrong side of history. "
"From the beginning it was called the moderate party in the General valmansförbundet which was founded to counter the requirement of equal voting rights. The federation wanted 1939 to send back jewish physician in Germany who sought refuge in Sweden. The conservatives have historically supported several fascist regimes such as Pinochet in Chile, Franco in Spain, Caetano in Portugal, and the abominable apartheid regime in south Africa. "
"This phenomenon, where conservative parties are looking to the extreme right-wing parties is not isolated to the conservative parties in Sweden. In several countries in Europe and the world, we see how the right-wing parties are permitted to take place in the governments with the help of the conservative parties. Their fears are not far-right extremism for their ”end game” does not differ significantly from the högerextremas."
"of course we got the big fuss over Benjamin Dousas move, but should we even be surprised? Dousas's actions are completely in line with the Research history and the chairman of the moderate youth league shows that the party's future leaders want to revive the conservative spirit that looks easy on the cooperation with the fascists."
"Now it is up to the evidence of the moderate party. During reinfeldt's time at the partiordförandeposten of the conservative party, he claimed that M is a party that stands for openness and tolerance. "
"Ever since he left, the party has withdrawn to the conservatism, to the Conservatives ”natural habitat”. But the question now is, have Moderates any ideological belief? Rather, have the Conservatives even changed the ideological belief, or reverted back to the original? "
"nDaniel Vencu Velasquez Castro, president of SSU Stockholm"