Ingen tar skit i de lättkränktas land

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[ KINDLE ] ✽ Ingen tar skit i de lättkränktas land  Author David Eberhard –
  • Paperback
  • 237 pages
  • Ingen tar skit i de lättkränktas land
  • David Eberhard
  • Swedish
  • 06 February 2017

10 thoughts on “Ingen tar skit i de lättkränktas land

  1. says:

    I had quite high hopes for this book since I currently live in Sweden and often read about absolutely ridiculous offense charges I had expected it to be a fun and interesting read with lots of hilarious examples Instead I got 238 pages of angry ranting, countless repeats of you don t know what an offense is or in Sweden nobody is allowed to be better than someone else and absolutely no funny moments at all The whole thing is a compilation of the writers own opinions and contains lots of downtalking about those who does not agree Only the parts on queers and feminism differs a bit in style In a truly nausiating way Women supposedly likes pink because the taps in their eyes differs from mens and because a study shows that men likes women in red dresses The writers family and friends also helps him draw the conclusion that basicly all girls play little...

  2. says:

    My initial reaction to this book, and for the next hundred pages was bordeom The author made his point that the Swedish have become over sensitive and don t know how to handle set backs becuase they are too much used to the state taking care of everything Then he goes on to make that point once every three pages with minor variations on the theme I struggled on as I need to read in Swedish and was amazed at how much he stated with no backing up from statistics, it is all his point of view from what he sees in his job as a psychiatrist It seemed to me that he was whining as much as the patients he was complaining about Finally in the last third it got interesting, and that was his criticism of psychology and ism s s...

  3. says:

    I had rather high expectations on this book, and it is good, but I think the writer s language is too academic in some chapters Because of this, I didn t feel so motivated to finish the book In addition, I didn t learn so much new by reading it Beforehand, I had read I trygghetsnarkomanernas land and Normal and I felt like Come on, give me something new However, since the wri...

  4. says:

    I was a bit disappointed in how the author was trying to get his point across Lots of repeats and some condescending reasoning about common sense , quite a subjective measure to use when claiming tp present facts He does have som interesting and good points, but th...

  5. says:

    Otroligt intressant, mycket l sv rd.

  6. says:

    A book that everybody should read

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