For the first time in This is Europa we are finally represented in all Scandinavian countries! This time we are joined by Aurelija Aniulyte, a Lithuanian born woman who currently lives in Denmark and who happens to be one of the key figures behind the newly created Identitarian movement in Denmark.
Together, we dive in and compare the different Scandinavian countries to each other from different perspectives. How do Danes view their "crazy liberal" neighbour Sweden? Why do our people seem to have so different mentalities despite sharing so much when it comes to our viking past and culture?
And how do Scandinavia compare to her more conservative homeland, Lithuania, and other countries in the Baltic region?
All of this and more on today's episode! This is a show that you don't want to miss. Enjoy!
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