I gave a wry smile when I read a leader of the 19 March 2013 edition of Sweden's main national newspaper, Expressen and one from the day before online (1). Having lived through (and seen) the Soviet and East European Communist Era with all its flatulent slogans boasting the great social strides and liberties of the Marxist Paradise, I couldn't help but whince reading the new slogan for the Swedish Liberal Party's program as it tries to shore up its diminishing populariy as a minor partner in the current Reinfeld Colation Government. With public support at only 6 percent a drop from 12 percent at the apex of its popularity in 2002, it may well be going the same way of the British Liberal Democrats who have been made virtually redundant by the emerging libertarian United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) seemingly sweeping it to a long overdue grave. And if there is one thing Sweden needs and by now ought to have, its a Swedish version of UKIP. But that's, as they say, another story.