Perhaps I should report your post for calling me a liar when you have no evidence to back up this ridiculous assertion.
Had I been someone else on this forum accused of such a thing, I would have complained to admin and got you suspended or banned. But I believe in freedom of speech and do not wish to silence others, even when they utter nonsense.
If the government decides against granting the concession, the decision will have been made by "the democratic force of law", which makes me think you don't really know anything about the Kallak project.
You still have yet to answer my two questions from earlier.
Anyway, the Kallak area is well outside of the Laponian Area, as you know, the recognised Sami land. As the Sami are nomadic by nature, it is natural that they will venture outside of the Heritage Site, of course, but it in no way means that they own the entire world. They will have to compromise, for the sake of progress and for the livelihoods of others. For fellow Swedes. I believe that is the harsh reality, but a fair one.
If Kallak was infringing on the Laponian Area, different matter, and I wouldn't be happy with that myself.
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