There is hope for Sweden, thanks to the Christian lady Susanne Eberstein. It's finally time to remove porn "art" with bare nipples from the Swiss parliament's dining room.
The deputy speaker of Sweden's Riksdag has tired of the bare breasts adorning the walls in parliament and has ensured the removal of the offending painting from the parliament's dining room.
The nude named Juno, painted by baroque artist G E Schröder, had hung in the guest dining room for some 30 years before deputy speaker Susanne Eberstein decided enough was enough.
Eberstein's will was the janitor's command and one day Juno was gone, and the flaunted flesh beamed down no more on visitors to Sweden's national assembly.
The artistic omission did not go unnoticed however and when news agency TT began to ask questions of the Riksdag administration department reactions were characterized mostly by embarrassed giggling.
"We routinely change paintings from time to time," was the belated official response.
As Schröder's Juno had been decorating the dining room since 1983, the response seemed a feasible one, but it soon emerged that the removal had other motivations.
The dining room in question is used for official meals with foreign dignitaries, and according to one of the other parliamentary speakers - who preferred to remain anonymous - a defrocked woman on the wall had become a sensitive matter.
Hopefully, Sweden is on the true path, and FRA (their equivalence to NSA) have assisted NSA with valuable information about imminent threats against our freedom and family values.
But if, and I say if, Susanne Eberstein is persecuted for her beliefs, America should consider an invasion of Sweden.