The Dark and Stupid Future of Sweden
This time of year, everyone in Sweden gathers to dull their minds. In an immeasurably humiliating manner they self inflict gross torture with sounds and images to their ears and eyes. A behavior that actually lowers its populations IQ.
The feeder of this information is the public service TV channel Sveriges Television, which without hesitation urinates straight into the gaping mouths of the Swedish population. I am of course talking about the tryouts for the Eurovision Song Contest, called Melodifestivalen.
During six unbearable weeks “artists” like Bjorn Ranelid, Dynazty and Sean Banan turns up on stage to get three minutes in the limelight. It is a truly horrific spectacle. I actually had to make a public excuse to Finland just the other day because a poor citizen of theirs by accident had seen Sean Banan on Youtube. The technical progress is indeed not all good.
So. What is the future going to be like? Will the Swedish population rise up, join forces and demand a stop to all this nonsense?
Sadly, I fear it’s too late. I suspect that in the future the average IQ of Swedish people will drop to between 50-69, yeah we are talking Moron levels. Additionally, I also suspect that Melodifestivalen will go from airing six shows in six weeks to airing 365 shows in 52 weeks.
Will I see Melodifestivalen this weekend? Of course! I could not bare to live in a country that airs that kind of festival every day, all year around with my current IQ.
Stupidity, here I come!!
I’m warning you. The clip below could be dangerous to your mental health. Please look away.
- Melodifestivalen Is A Blockbuster (eurovisiontimes.wordpress.com)
- Special Report: Preview to Melodifestivalen 2012 Final (joyeurovision.com)
- Melodifestivalen 2012 #1 (jamesobrien.id.au)
- Melodifestivalen 2012 #2 (jamesobrien.id.au)
- Melodifestivalen 2012 #3 (jamesobrien.id.au)
- Melodifestivalen 2012 #4 (jamesobrien.id.au)
- Flickidolen talar ut – har inte sovit bra (aftonbladet.se)
- Elakt virus kan stoppa Loreen (aftonbladet.se)
- Thorsten Flinck om sin egen och Björn Ranelids framtid inom schlagern (aftonbladet.se)