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God Hates Sweden


I’ve been wanting to make this comic for a long time, but couldn’t figure out who Sweden should be with. Åland, you saved my day!

Some time ago I got linked to this site godhatessweden.com/filthymanneroflife.html
It’s an American site made by The Westboro Baptist Church and it's dedicated to all the countries God hates, and apparently he hates Sweden the most for various reasons, but mainly because it’s (Dun Dun Duuun!!) one of the most gay friendly countries in the world (If not the most gay friendly! Dun Dun Duuun!).

Only problem is, Sweden is also one of the least religious countries in the world, so he doesn’t really care. :XD:

In fact, the latest top five over the least religious countries in the world looks like this:
1.Estonia
2.Sweden
3.Denmark
4.Norway
5.Czech Republic

(With USA as number 44)

We’re not big on religion in the North. :XD:


17th May 2010

Tagged in Sweden America Aland

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FTKnight

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12 days ago #9398462        
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ahh the bible, one of the best ways to start a barfight, depending on where the bar is,



2 days ago #9401925        
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SmilingNid, sadly WBC is far, far from being unique in saying this kind of thing. Even today, there is a significant minority of the US population that thinks and/or speaks exactly like this. WBC is the most over the top in the way they go about getting the message across, and most decry their tactics, but the message resonates with perhaps a third of the country. In some states, there are still a majority of people who do. It's changing faster than I ever thought possible (I'm very glad to be wrong about this), but it will be a long time before the US can't legitimately be stereotyped like this comic does. There's still too much truth to the generalization...



14 days ago #9397973        
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@SlippingOnRocks
Our churches are from the older times, when the whole Erope was religious, but we (first Czechoslovakia and then, in 1993, Czech Republic) were mostly atheistic and have never had any state church, which Danmark, Sverige and Norge has or used to have until now. Our newborns weren't authomaticly put into church register. This is also the reason, why would I put Czech Republic on a higher place over Sverige, Danmark og Norge.
(Undskyld mit dårligt engenska - jeg håber, det var forståelig =) )



20 days ago #9395844        
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Well... Sveden should NOT talk to brother And sister Faro (the faro Island ARE VERY homofobic and he would proabaly *DESPARTE HOLY SLAM* him)



Svear

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26 days ago #9394050        
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@Danelaw Sorry, who?



1 month ago #9386933        
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Alot of my anger is from the timing of when I read this, but the fact that scum like westboro getting to use my country as a mouthpiece, it is just hard to read. I get that this comic came out a while ago, but that helps surprisingly little.



1 month ago #9385766        
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God's going to get you, Sweden. . . .



2 months ago #9384093        
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It's pretty much my dream to live in a secular country--there is such overwhelming Christian influence in U.S. politics. Although I do wonder why Japan didn't make the top five...? Although Buddhist and "Shinto" (in quotes because there is no cohesive "Shinto" religion) practices have been sort of absorbed into secular Japanese culture, but few people actively practice or identify with any religion.



Murklan

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2 months ago #9377424        
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Oh dear. This was the first satw comic that i stumbled upon on DeviantArt... Oh the memories



Svear

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2 months ago #9371050        
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We from the north used to have many gods. So the so called "god" could be anybody!



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