What is journalism these days?
Nina Drakfors is a native Swedish social worker in her early forties, but looks ten years younger. An economics graduate who has travelled widely, she has children with three different fathers, one from a Swedish background but also two from a Gypsy background and another from Korea. As a social worker, she deals with refugees a lot, and complains about the corruption in the process. A lot of the arrivals are pretty hopeless. As individuals, she feels sorry for them at the same time.
“I don’t think you can call me a racist,” she says. “One of my children is half Asian. The other is half Roma.”
But she also wants her country back. The media elite in Stockholm live in a different moral universe from the people out in the sticks. Week after week, the elite worry about issues like gay marriage and the…
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