Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson is an unmistakable rhetorician that offers a surprisingly personal and entertaining Summer in P1.
He grew up in the mill town of Kosta, with a hard-working father on the glassworks and with even harder-working mother in one’s own hairdressing salon, Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson gone through SSU, ABF and the If metal on to the chair of the LO. If the journey he tells vividly in their summer program.
Above all he talks about the importance of values. Not only those you get with it from home and from growing up. No, equally important are the values that we choose ourselves. In his own case, the sobriety and feminism. And none of His norm-breaking ideas provoke as strong as violating the alcohol norm, he notes.
With the secure sue and just enough personal elements Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson with him by loving memory pictures from the family and of life in politics and trade unionism. He does it with the marked route, finesse, drive and commitment. In addition, he offers a history lesson on how Sweden managed the crisis in the 40′s by putting people in jobs. As befits a union president, he points also on how we can resume daily wage labor in Sweden, now in the form of text messages from the employer sifts in the line of willing to work instead of picking the gender of the workers outside the factory.
In addition, he roars down on right-wing extremism and racism.
Once fascists trample on our streets. Although wearing the costume instead of uniform, but scratch the surface of the iron pipes up.
The last two sentences : “She makes me get better and she is one hell of a neck . This song’s for you Cina. ”
Music : Everything from X-Ray Spex – Oh Bondage Up Yours and Patti Smith – Birgit Nilsson, Robyn, Eva Dahlgren and Rebecca & amp; Fiona. Only female artists through and through.
Today’s summer host : Nisse Hellberg, singer, guitarist, songwriter.