Soddy Barbaria Punishes Sweden

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Saudi Arabia stops business visas to Swedes

Saudi Arabia stops business visas to Swedes

Saudi Arabia has refused to issue any business visas to Swedes,Stockholm’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, in the latest move in a diplomatic row over Swedish criticism of Riyadh’s human rights record. (Full article below the fold)

The Alternative Reality of Sweden

From the Gates of Vienna

The following video is from the “Warnings” series aired on CBN. In it Dale Hurd interviews an immigrant to Sweden (who is also an economic researcher) about the economic effects of the refugee crisis in Sweden, and the increasingly deluded response of the Swedish elites.

From the notes accompanying the video:

These are Interview excerpts with Swedish economic researcher Tino Sanandaji. Sanandaji has a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and is a contributor to National Review. He is a research fellow at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics in Stockholm. His family is Kurdish and came to Sweden from Iran. This interview was conducted in November, 2014.

World Bulletin / News Desk

Saudi Arabia has refused to issue any business visas to Swedes,Stockholm’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, in the latest move in a diplomatic row over Swedish criticism of Riyadh‘s human rights record.

Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador to Stockholm earlier this month, after Sweden ended a long-standing defence cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia. A few days earlier, Riyadh cancelled a speech due to be given to the League of Arab States by Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom.

“We have received information that Saudi Arabia has stopped giving business visa to Swedish citizens,” Wallstrom’s spokesman Erik Boman said. The Swedish government was given no specific reason for the move and hoped the row would end soon, he said.

After Riyadh recalled its ambassador, Boman said the reason given was Sweden‘s criticism of its record on human rights and democracy

In January, Wallstrom tweeted criticism of Saudi Arabia‘s flogging of human rights activist blogger Raif Badawi, calling it a “cruel attempt to silence modern forms of expression”.

She has also criticised the treatment of women in Saudi Arabia, where they cannot drive cars and need permission from a male guardian for many decisions.