Old states, new states, terrorist states, peaceful states … 7

… all add to the gaiety of nations.

As the world order disintegrates, its leaders and elites laugh and play merrily. We should all join the greatest party of all time.

If recognizing breakaway countries can stabilize the unstable Middle East, just think of how much stability it can bring to Europe. Now that Sweden has solved the problem of Muslim violence in the Middle East, perhaps a few breakaway republics will solve Muslim violence in Sweden.

Daniel Greenfield writes in the only way this subject – the absurd step Sweden has taken in “recognizing” a non-existent State of Palestine – deserves to be written about: with brilliant sarcasm.

And he puts forward a great plan to reward Sweden for solving the central problem of the world with the pronouncing of one magic formula.

On Thursday, Sweden finally solved all the problems in the Middle East by recognizing the State of Palestine.

For decades all the instability in the region had been blamed on the lack of a PLO state. Foreign policy experts stood in line to tell us all that the only thing that could end terrorism in the Middle East was a terrorist state. …

Our leaders kept the faith. The White House’s Middle East coordinator insisted that Israel’s obstinate refusal to create a Palestinian State, against the wishes of the unelected president of the Palestinian Authority who refuses to negotiate one or to stop the terrorism, was causing instability in the region.

Secretary of State John Kerry had denied that ISIS [the “Islamic State”] was Islamic, but blamed Israel for ISIS recruitment.

The Obama administration, and most other governments, also deny that ISIS is a state. But it has a government, a huge and growing army, it collects taxes and has a thriving economy from the sale of oil, it runs hospitals and schools, collects garbage, and maintains order by a system of instant decapitation for any head that pops up too far. True, it has no fixed borders, but then neither does “Palestine”.

But it wasn’t John Kerry who saved the Middle East from instability. Instead Sweden did it by recognizing a terror state whose leaders stopped bothering with the onerous duty of holding elections once they realized that the Eurocrats and Obama would keep shoveling money at them even if they chose their unelected terrorist leaders by playing Russian Roulette.

Sweden’s new Palestine not only dispensed with elections, routing the business of governance through its core PLO organizations, but also has no economy, instead employing an army of people who are paid not to run a country that doesn’t exist with money sent over by America, Europe and Japan.

Some would call that a scam, but it’s remarkably similar to how the European Union works.

In addition to lacking such luxuries as an elected government and an economy, the State of Palestine also doesn’t control Gaza, which is run by another terrorist group, Hamas. The international community has been ignoring that minor problem because it wouldn’t do for a bankrupt terrorist state which happens to be our last best hope for stability in the Middle East to be disqualified just because it’s actually two quarreling bankrupt terrorist states. …

With Sweden’s bold step, a bright future dawns over the Middle East. ISIS recruitment is bound to start falling as the Canadian and Swedish Jihadis with their Burqaed brides heading to kill as many Yazidis as they can will realize that there’s no more need for them to behave the way that their religion has for over a thousand years.

There’s a Palestinian State now. All their grievances have been met. A million cartoons and a thousand YouTube videos couldn’t outrage them now. Unless they were about Mohammed.

I wouldn’t be surprised if ISIS transformed into a humanitarian agency for gluing back all the Yazidi, Christian and Shiite heads that it cut off back on the bodies it beheaded. Even now, Sunnis and Shiites are hugging each other all over Iraq and only occasionally blowing themselves up in the process.

Sweden should be rewarded in kind:

Sweden has given a great gift to the world. It’s only a question of how to properly repay it and the answer is obvious. If Sweden recognizing a micro-nation inside Israel’s borders will stabilize the region, it’s only right for Israel, and all right-thinking people, to recognize a micro-nation inside Sweden.

Sweden ended the occupation of Norway, but it continues to occupy such embryonic nations as the Royal Republic of Ladonia and the Republic of Jamtland.

A “Royal Republic”?  Hail, Ladonia, land of the brave and free!

While many of us might know Lars Vilks for his Mohammed cartoons, he also founded the Royal Republic of Ladonia after some of his other artwork was censored by Swedish authorities.

The Royal Republic of Ladonia was founded in 1996, three years after the Palestinian Authority, making it only slightly younger and a lot less violent than that micro-nation.

While Ladonia is only around a third of a mile in size, it has a government, a newspaper, a lot of citizens and almost as many nobles.

Queen Carolyn I rules over the constitutional monarchy while President Christopher Matheoss was recently elected by a wide margin over such candidates as Count Wrigley, Antonio Maria De Grandis and Alexander Nevzorov III.

Unlike Palestine, Ladonia holds elections making it a much more legitimate country. And unlike both Palestine and Sweden, Ladonia has freedom of speech and freedom of conscience.

Considering how many newly created countries lack either, the Royal Republic of Ladonia has more of a claim on existence for its mere willingness to extend these freedoms to all.

Israel should recognize the Republic of Ladonia. So should the United States. It’s the only hope for stabilizing Sweden which continues to experience outbursts of Muslim violence in its major cities.

A better case for independence can be made for the Republic of Jamtland, which unlike Palestine, has an ancient history and was an independent peasant republic before the Muslims even invaded Jerusalem.

It declared independence in 1963, a year before the PLO was founded …

Despite generations of Swedish occupation, the Jamtlanders have not turned to violence. At least not in several centuries. Ten of thousands gather for their Freedom Festivals. Their Jamtland Republican Army remains peaceful even when it sets up its own tolls and checkpoints. The only violence there can be seen from the Jamtland Republicans, a local American football team, vigorously playing on the field.

Jamtish, a dialect, is spoken. The flag of the Republic, blue for the sky, green for the forests and white for the snow, is waved. And the European Union and the Swedish government are denounced.

Considering the peacefulness and antiquity of the Republic of Jamtland, its sizable population and unique cultural heritage, recognizing this micro-nation would be the right thing to do. It’s time for Sweden to end the long occupation of Jamtland’s rivers and forests and for this brave republic to take its rightful place among the free and democratic nations of the world.

Sweden chose to recognize two terrorist states inside Israel’s borders. It would only be proper for nations of goodwill to recognize two wholly peaceful republics inside Sweden’s borders.

Sweden saved the Middle East. Now maybe someone can save Sweden.

  • Don L

    I’m worried about all these new Russian aerial incursions with bombers and tactical; aircraft all centered on the Baltic States. Slamists, Russians, Democrats and establishment Republicans…time for the white robes and signs proclaiming the end is nigh.

    Sweden, the former flagship of socialism…a failed state. Huge neon signs on the border: “Free Blonde Meat…You Take We Pay…Are cars are safe, are women aren’t”.

    There was a cable show that had to do with a mafia guy that moved to Sweden. His typical criminal crimes weren’t questioned…it was his PC violations that always had him in hot water.

    You have to be taught to hate and to be a floor mat.

    • REALBEING

      I cannot wait for the new Republican President to relieve these idiots of their duties when Obama’s term is up.

      I can imagine what other country’s leaders think of the U.S.A. in the light of dealing with the likes of a John Kerry and a Barack Obama.

      They must place these two losers on the same level as used car salesmen…….Sorry if I offended any used car salesmen out there……

  • liz

    Good article! I just hope these separatist states in Sweden never make the mistake of allowing Muslims within their borders.

    • Don L

      Perhaps one of these is where I should claim as the origin of the Church of the Righteous Self. Ok…a cheap attempt at linking to this video: Restore your faith in humanity

      https://www.youtube.com/embed/btiDHCuWyBA?rel=0

      I see this as all very selfish behavior…”to me. I’d risk my life because of the value ‘ I ‘ place on this dog, cat, duck…person. I believe in the individual and rational man. Not rational? Could you live with yourself if you didn’t try…and you had the ability? Acting because of how I would feel/think about myself respective of my values and standards. Selfish it is!

      Go Daddy says the domain Church of the Righteous self .com and .org are available…would I have any members? LOL.

    • REALBEING

      With this kind of “thinking” they are probably ready to invite Ebola victims into Sweden soon.

      HAH!!! CHECK THIS OUT!!!

      Swedish doctor put ‘Ebola’ patient in taxi
      http://www.thelocal.se/20141027/swedish-doctor-put-ebola-patient-in-taxi

      • Don L

        It has been determined that ebola, this is US Gov’t jerks on a topic about the border and immigration, is not a good weapon. Oh no, let a few loose and see what resources get involved with find and follow and how daily life gets disrupted. Most snipers know, in the right circumstances, not to kill, but to injure…it takes many out of the battle to take care of the one.

        So, let’s send a message to european hospitals…free taxi to muslim neighborhoods for ebola patients. It isn’t a weapon…what’s wrong? Nothing!!!

      • liz

        Sounds about like our CDC director.