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Sweden vs. Hungary: To be or to Be Replaced?

Why does a Swedish minister feel the need to attack another country’s birthrate policies? Why does she risk causing an international row by calling that country’s policies reminiscent of national-socialist ones? The answer is simple: this was not a message to Hungary, or other countries wishing to implement similar policies to boost native birthrates in lieu of fiscally expensive and socially costly immigration policies. This was a message to natives in Sweden primarily, reassuring them: only bad Nazis want to support the native population that is meant to inherit the nation. 

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