Bevara Sverige Svenskt

Bevara Sverige Svenskt ( BSS , „Keep Sweden Swedish“) was a Swedish [1] [2] movement based in Stockholm and is a slogan used by various Swedish nationalist parties. The stated objective of the BSS movement, and the aim of the slogan, was to initiate a debate in order to stop immigration by non- Europeans and repatriate non-ethnic Swedes. Inspiration came from the post-WW2 fascist organization Nysvenska Rörelsen created by Per Engdahl . [3]

Founded as a loosely organized network in 1979 [2] by Leif Zeilon , and formalised as an organization in 1983, BSS was involved with the populist Progress Party ( Swedish : Framstegspartiet ) in 1986. This co-operation took place under the name Sweden Party ( Swedish : Sverigepartiet ). This cooperation evolved into the Swedish Democrats ( Swedish : Sverigedemokraterna ) (SD) in 1988. [4]

Claiming not to be racists, Often Their aggressive sticker campaigns arguably indicated otherwise with slogans Such As „Låt inte bli din dotter in negerleksak“ (do not let your daughter Become a negro toy) and „Negrer hotar sina offer“ (Negros Threaten Their victims). [1]

Although the number of members was comparatively small, BSS represented the first organized attempt to reduce immigration and a massive media attention. quote needed ]

The slogan „Keep Sweden Swedish“ was taken over by the Sweden Democrats and became prevalent during 2003-2004, when it was used for headlines in the SD Kuriren newspaper and as a slogan on bumper stickers. quote needed ]


  1. ^ Jump up to:b Anna-Lena Lodenius , Stieg Larsson : Extremhögern . Tidens förlag 1991, chapter BSS: in folkkampanj för rasism , ISBN  91-550-3686-4
  2. ^ Jump up to:a Widfeldt B , Anders (2015). Extreme Right Parties in Scandinavia . Routledge. ISBN  978-0-415-26589-8 .
  3. Jump up^ SvD: „Fördjuby bilden av Kamprads engagemang“
  4. Jump up^ Stieg Larsson& Mikael Ekman:Sverigedemokraterna – Den nationella rörelsen ISBN 91-7324-877-0


  • Charles Westin: Neo-Nazism in a Welfare State: The Example of Sweden . In Journal of Conflict and Violence Research , Volume 2, 2000