In 1990, there were 44 allegations in Sweden of a violation of “persecution against minorities”. In 2018, that figure had risen to 2508. An increase that is beyond exorbitant, and which, directly viewed, reveals that Sweden has developed into a society of informants – people who point accusing fingers at their fellow citizens, which in itself is appalling, as such denouncements of ones fellows are one of the most important building blocks in totalitarian societies.
According to Mina Dennerts, the most used and simple way to instruct group members on what to do is this brief instruction: “Do you have a hateful person among your Facebook friends? Follow the articles they share on the media channel's Facebook page. There you often find an incredible amount of simmering hatred. ”
However, the worst is not the institute's disproportionate focus on including cis, trans and LGBTQ people of all kinds. It is the sad fact that they, who should be the country's top researchers and educators, continue to appear MORE intimidated by the students and their willingness to take offense than they are afraid to be shamed by adults in the media and on social platforms.