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Lilla Saltsjöbadsavtalet is an alleged meeting which is claimed to have occurred at Saltsjöbaden on 21 March 1987, with participants from the "Swedish Journalist Association" (Svenska journalistklubben). In 2007 and 2008, information about the supposed meeting was revealed, where it was said that the participating journalists agreed to follow certain "recommendations":
- Preferably positively assess and paraphrase Swedish citizens of foreign origin, particularly in the context of youth, sports and artistic activities.
- For events with an element of diverse cultures preferably interview and visually highlight participants of foreign origin.
- During a period of five years, systematically tone down the negative effects criminal activity designated by certain races might have on affected populations. (The five-year period is said to further have been extended up to the present day.) [More]
The reason for that is probably the speed with which immigration hit Swedish society—as late as the Sixties, there would have been very little immigrant crime to suppress. I've linked to permanent versions of the Anglosphere Wikipedia pages. A Google search for "vitpixling" leads you to a Swedish Wikipedia page [http://sv.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitpixling] which has already gone down the Memory Hole.