Fortunately, Jesus doesn't take the wheel in Sweden

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In Sweden, one of the strongest economies in the world, where a high-tech local economy, a comprehensive system of welfare benefits and more than 70% of the workers unionized, fewer and fewer ask Jesus to take the wheel. According to a recent study, only 15% of the members of the Swedish Church believe in Jesus and see the role of the church to care for the poor and to maintain traditions such as weddings. Of 9 million Swedes, 300 000 regularely attend church sermons. In a modern and progressive society, competing on the global market, maybe it is not such a good idea to ask Jesus to take the wheel afterall. For the US currently is the methodical exctinction of the middle class so that the corporate economy handily can continue to feed a increasingly ignorant mass with unhealthy food, overpriced drugs and Jesus- take- the- wheel, the-government-will-kill-your-grandma propaganda will assure a continuing downward spiralling of the US economy and global competetiveness.

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