The Associated Press states that exit polls indicate that the Sweden Democrats have taken 4.6% of the vote in today’s national election. If this figure were correct, it would give the anti-Islamisation party circa 20 seats in Sweden’s 349-seat Riksdag. However, it is believed that the party could fair better still, possibly securing 6%, for its spokesmen claim that their voters are always less willing to publicly admit whom they voted for owing to fear of stigmatisation. Indeed, the Tundra Tabloids blog reports that the cumulative vote in the 3433 of Sweden’s 5668 electoral districts counted thus far does give the Sweden Democrats 6%.
This is an excellent night for the Sweden Democrats, for despite having had to face a united opposition from all of the establishment parties and mainstream media, they have broken through into the Riksdag. This means that it is unlikely that any one party will be able to form a government. However, as in the Netherlands where Geert Wilders’s PVV could have held the balance of power, it is highly improbable that any of the other parties would wish to include the Sweden Democrats in a coalition. Still, they have now given indigenous Swedes a voice despite media blackouts, leftist intimidation and assault and a ban on party meetings. Congratulations are in order for Jimmie Åkesson and his party, for they have provided another ray of hope for the peoples of Europe. I wish them well in turning back the tides of Islamisation and mass immigration in Sweden.