Despite the fact this is a part 2, for some people (you know who you are) I strongly suggest you read THIS post first, and watch the video, starting at 9:30, FIRST. Do not watch the first half of the video. Watch from 9:30 onward.
For everyone else, go and read part 1 first, and come back to this point:
This is when everyone needs to listen to the section at 9:30 in that video. Let me directly link it for you guys: https://youtu.be/2v8m-J8sgik?t=570
Watch that. Everyone.
And remember the line: "The boom, not the slump, is the time for austerity"
The speaker is 100% correct. Remember that. Remember that when you vote.
Continue to listen. The next question is golden. The speaker's response is also excellent. This is what some people are missing.
Stupid Spending vs Smart Spending.
This is where the speaker FINALLY starts talking about the real problems, using real terms, and real examples.
The speaker says he supports many important things that - if you only watch the first video - would think that he opposes.
He also touches on VERY important issues, like, as he says "people living too long"
He also makes a point that "high taxes" don't always mean bad things, which is also important. There is a certain range that it works well in, and Sweden is in that range.