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Skarsgård: “Politicians scare me”
Riots in Stockholm have attracted attention far beyond the country’s borders. From Los Angeles, Alexander Skarsgård followed reports on car fires, police operations and arrests.
-“What is happening now is a reaction to a political system change,” he says.
When Nöjesbladet visits the Swedish Hollywood Celebrity he is on location in Beverly Hills to promote the thriller The East, a film about a group of environmental anarchists battling against unscrupulous corporations. While the film rolled out anarchy spread in the suburbs of Stockholm.
-“What scares me is that far right politicians are trying to use the fact that many of the kids out in the suburbs are immigrants,” he says. “Instead, they should ask themselves why these people feel left out.”
“Sweden has Changed”
For Alexander Skarsgard, 36, the cause of the riots is clear.
-“Sweden used to be an egalitarian society. We were proud that we had a social safety net, free health care and free education - that it really was egalitarian. But that has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Income inequality has grown more sharply than in any other country, including the United States. We have had a change of system where the safety net is no longer available.”
“We must take responsibility”
He thinks that we should be careful not to judge what has just occurred.
-“People who are born in Sweden need to realize that it might not be so easy for someone who was born in Iran or Iraq and living in a poor suburb outside Stockholm. They do not have the same opportunities we had when we were growing up and we have to take responsibility for it.”