Sweden’s Supreme Commander Sings Song at Faggot Fest

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 8, 2018

Sweden: it’s always yes.

Sweden: it is the city that never nos.

Wew.

The Local:

EuroPride’s Stockholm events concluded on Sunday with a huge parade through the Swedish capital. One person who truly got into the spirit of the occasion, which celebrates the LGBT community, was none other than Sweden’s Supreme Commander.

The armed forces supported the event, participating in the march with a float bearing the slogan ‘We don’t always march straight’.

And when they passed by Stockholm’s City Hall and Elvis Presley’s Suspicious Minds began to blare out from the speakers, Supreme Commander Micael Bydén couldn’t resist joining in.

You can watch the performance in the video below, shared with The Local by soldier Robin Krüger, who also participated in the parade.

“I knew [Bydén] would be there because he always is, but I didn’t know he could do Elvis like that. It was so awesome!” Krüger told The Local.

“I think he really embraced the parade and the simple values that it stands for: that people have a right to chose how and with whom they live. And I think that’s one of the things our armed forces are there to protect,” he added.

Unless they choose to disagree with the government, in which case they have to go to prison.

This is a country that was producing pornography involving pre-pubescent children up through the late 70s, mind you.

Anyway.

When the God Emperor said that militaries tended towards “repressed homosexual tendencies,” this is not what he meant.

He meant simply that there was an underlying male-bonding that caused military men to remain in an adolescent state, which caused them to serve one another rather than the power that organized them.

He wasn’t talking about actual cocksucking faggots running the military, which is apparently the standard now.

Incredible, really.

I remember a time…

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