Sweden banks, according to an agreement with the Swedish government administration, have begun to map out Swedes according to the place of birth and original nationality.
Nordea bank is currently the most visible bank performing these operations.
The Nordea banking app for mobile phones has been reported to lock up for users, until they answer questions about their birthplace. The app follows up with a question asking what other passports the user has.
Currently, the app allows the user to put off answering the questions until later, but it is not stated as to how long the questions may linger before Nordea requires an answer.
These questions are related to questions required by USA under FATCA, the “Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act”. It assumes that any “US person” living in Sweden is living there in order to avoid taxation. Any person living in Sweden and banking in Sweden must prove to their Swedish bank that they are not living in Sweden for the purpose of avoiding taxation.
Now, Sweden likes to be seen as being politically correct–especially when it is not politically correct. Sweden does not want to be known to be profiling its citizens per one nationality (USA). Therefore Nordea, under the advise of the Swedish Banking Association (Svenska Bankföreningen), has decided that it shall profile ALL persons according to their birthplace and national origin.
Hence, Nordea now asks for the birthplace of each and every customer using the bank application. Any person with a disagreeable birthplace shall receive a unique treatment. Which birthplaces might receive unique treatments and what those treatments may be are not revealed to the customers.
Nordea asks what nationality its customer is.
Nordea also asks if their customers have other nationalities (passports). Any person with a disagreeable additional passport shall receive a unique treatment. Which nationality and which birthplace shall receive that unique treament are not revealed to the customer.
What happens if that person has an Eritrean birthplace or Eritrean passport? Eritrea requires those persons to pay a 2% tax to the motherland. Many countries have complained to the UN about this, but perhaps Sweden has now decided to report them?
What happens if that person has a US birthplace or US passport? Sweden has made an agreement with USA that any Swedish person with a US birthplace shall be reported to USA. Think of all of the expatriate Volvo and Ericsson parents who have parented while on assignment in USA–all of their children are now going to be taxed by USA.
The agreement to send information to USA is called “Genomförande av avtal mellan Sveriges regering och Amerikas förenta staters regering för att förbättra internationell efterlevnad av skatteregler och för att genomföra FATCA” , Utgiven: 21 november 2014. It is easily found on http://www.riksdagen.se and http://www.regeringen.se.
To make things interesting–this ethnic separation in Sweden is not being carried out by the nationalistic Swedish Democrats. This ethnic separation is signed by the right coalition which governed Sweden until the fall election (Anders Borg & Fredrik Reinfeldt). Now, the implementation of that agreement is gladly being carried out by the left coalition led by Stefan Löfven and finance minister Magdalena Andersson.
The next question is what will the banks and administration do with the data of those that are born in Saudi Arabia, Israel, Nigeria, or any other country that Sweden has made under-the table arrangements?
Sweden has embarked upon a system, initiated by USA, to segregate its citizens according to their birthplace and nationality. Sweden has entered a new era.
Will pure Swedes now be identified for further breeding?
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