2 weeks ago I went to Kvarnen, Södermalm in Stockholm. I promised the restaurant chief I was going to write about this.
When it was time to open the dance floow I was so shocked that she went round and was “stamping” people who are eligible to the dance floor on their wrist.
This is a restaurant/club I visited every thursday and friday about 10 years ago and I am sure at that time, this so called restaurant chief was either underage or not on existence at Kvarnen.
True I am no longer a regular but I simply told her to her face that stamping people to be eligible for dance floor is pure discrimination. How can she know who is regular or not? What has regular to do with eligibility to the dance floor?
If you have too many people for the small space in the dance hall, then make it bigger by doing a reconstruction. Alternatively let people in on first come, first serve basis.
Nazi ideas will never depart from Sweden. This is why the SD party has been on the rise despite their hatred for women and foreigners.
I am sure that Kvarnen’s policy of stamping people for dance floor is inspired by Nazi concentration camp policy.
By writing about this, I have kept my promise to the woman who was called “restaurant chef” at Kvarnen.