02 March 2008

This week it was 350 years ago since the treaty of Roskilde, a peace we can hardly call it since the brutal swedish king, Charles X Gustav, broke the "peace" a few months later. It was now after repeatedly swedish attacks and brutal wars against the people of Scania during several hundreds of years, a core region of Denmark, Scania, became part of Sweden. Despite getting all Scania (Skåne, Blekinge, Halland and Bornholm), a third of core Denmark, this was not enough for Charles X, Denmark should be no more and all land should be part of Sweden Charles X wanted. So short after the treaty of Roskilde, he claimed the largest island of Öresund, island of Ven from Denmark, got it, he let the swedish troups stay in Fyn and Jylland of Denmark against what was said in the treaty and in the summer he let new swedish troups attack on Själland in Denmark and terrorise all the island before the attack of Copenhagen the winter to come. With the help of Holland the swedish sea-blockade of Copenhagen could be stopped and with the help of Scanians the danes in Copenhagen could resist the swedish attacks and survive as a nation.

During the centuries of swedish war against Scania, the scanians were well skilled to fight against the swedish troups and Scania had not been defeated by the swedes in the war that preceeded the treaty of Roskilde, but Scania was lost to Sweden. However the treaty guaranteed selfrule for Scania within Sweden. Already the same year the treaty was broken by the swedes for Scania. All over Scania properties, landgoods, food and culture, litteratures and weaponcollections were confiscated from the Scanians to the swedes, culture that was brougt to and spread out to the nobles and the king of Sweden. The peasents of Scania were forced to feed and room the soldiers of the new power, and as a reward they were not seldom robbed of there small savings by the same soldiers from the swedish army.

And the Scanians who resisted, were most often with no trial and considered robber with no rights for the swedes, a "snapphane", and they were hanged alive on a sharp edged pole, which were stacked from anus, all along the back behind the skin, pointed out on the neck, to die a brutal and cruel death with undescribable pain. The poles were not seldom placed on the churchhills for the other Scanians to see what would happen if they did not follow and obeyed the new swedish masters, a terrifying death. The corps of dead Scanians were cut into pieces and the pieces hanged up to be food for birds. Scanians that tried to rescue or barry the pieces of there scanian friends and relatives, were faced the same destiny. This was some that was happened during the the first two swedish years, til the death of the swedish king Charles X. The same king that is honored with a statue in the main square Stortorget in the main Scanian capital, Malmö...

And yet this was not much compared to what would come by the swedes against the people of Scania during his inheriter on the swedish crown, Charles XI, the worst massmurderer in the Scanian history.

And what does Sweden do to end the lies and let the pupils in the schools of Scania read the true Scanian history?
And what do swedes do to support the removal of statues and monuments that honour swedish massmurderers of Scanians...
spread out around Scania and in the main squares in the cities of Scania?
And what does official Sweden do to apologise to the Scanian people in the swedish parlament Riksdagen and distance themselves and regret the brutality of the past?
And what does Sweden do to act in a way of forgiveness and not act against Scanias selfindependence so the people of Scania finally can controll its own destiny and form a real increased Öresund-development not held back by the central power of Stockholm?

Sweden and Stockholm act nothing, nothing as always. Who is surprised?

Vimm e...? Nårra unnrar åmm vi i Skåneland klarar våss ena? Ja sär,

Nåkk e nåkk, få väkk våss i Skåneland frå Svarrje å di fjöreda i Stockholm.