The term ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ was coined in 1973 after a bank robbery / hostage situation caused hostages to bond with their captors and help them fight off those who were there to rescue the hostages. Ironically, there is a new brand of the syndrome smack dab in the country where it originated – Sweden. Only, it doesn’t involve a few hostages and hostage-takers.
It involves an entire culture that is bonding with Islam, not necessarily because people willingly embrace it but because they fear the consequences if they don’t; welcome to jihad.
Watch this video of how Sweden is expected to become a third world nation within 15 years as a direct result of Muslim immigration and a fear of being branded with a scarlet letter by an Islamic compliant media if you express a desire for nationalism (note how Barack Obama expressed support for the Swedish model recently):
Clearly, in Sweden, people are complying with the destructive culture to avoid punitive action being taken against them. This is an inherent trait of those stricken with Stockholm Syndrome. Many of them “mistake a lack of abuse from their captors for an act of kindness”.
There is one major problem with this:
“When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.” – Edmnud Burke
This very same dynamic is taking place in the U.S. today. The forced resignation of Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla because he put his money behind traditional marriage five years ago is a prime example.