Daniel Hammarberg is a Swedish author (born in 1976) who considers himself a nationalist and a social conservative. Apart from being fluent in Swedish and English, he has some knowledge of a couple of other languages too, like German. He's producing written and video material mainly in English and has two published books to his name - "The Madhouse: A Critical Study of Swedish Society" (non-fiction) and "An Alabama Story" (fiction). He's very careful with the quality of his work and regards himself a perfectionist, completely unwilling to ever taint literature with an inferior product. Apart from writing, he's also competed in strongman and other power sports.
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4,0 von 5 SternenShocking
Vonfredrick porteram 25. August 2015 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
The information in the book if even only half true was, indeed, shocking. Perhaps I would be arrested as a social miscreant if I visited Sweden just for having bought Hammarberg's book? Of course this will all change as Swedes become a minority in their own country, which should not be too far distant. I fault the book on only one score, and that is, the use of the English language was clumsy. Was this done on purpose? To add authenticity? It slowed down my reading of the book, and in some places made unclear exactly what the author meant. Overall it was a most interesting and disturbing read, and I would recommend the book to others.
VonThe Villian.am 25. März 2012 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Tells the truth about a country than many; academic weirdos, journalists and celebtities proclaim as a great 'socialist utopia'.Stateism is not as progresive as it's been touted. The title just about sais it all.The rest of the book explains it's acuracy.That country really is a madhouse.
5,0 von 5 SternenPeer into Sweden through the eyes of an average Swede
VonKindle Customeram 20. Januar 2011 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
With liberals, leftists and progressives always touting the utopian wonders of Sweden's socialist society, the world finally has the opportunity to peer within Sweden, through the eyes of an average Swede, to see what a "socialist utopia" really looks like. I highly recommend this book. It is everything Hammarberg promises, and more, and is a MUST READ for anyone who cherishes our Republic and it's founding principles. The citizens of the USA must know what our future holds as powers-that-be continue to push us nearer and nearer to full-blown socialism.