some of these quotes to Aftonbladet, Helle Klein and Carl Bildt and challenge them with
the information it contains:
The Swedish organisation Expo has demonstrated a willingness to “share information”
with radical groups of “anti-Fascists” in Antifascistisk Action (AFA). The thugs of AFA in
the spring of 2008 destroyed the car of an elderly woman and wrote “nasse“ (Nazi)
on top of it. As it turned out, they picked the wrong car. Yet years of such attacks against
private citizens have not prompted the authorities to crack down on their activities.
Leading newspaper Aftonbladet has close ideological ties to the Social Democrats, the
country’s dominant party for most of the past century. Helle Klein, its political editor-in-
chief from 2001 to 2007, during a demonstration organised by Islamic and anti-racist
organisations in December 2006 stood in front of a banner which read “A Sweden for all -
Stop the Nazi violence“ and held a speech warning against Islamophobia in the media.
Klein has voiced sympathy for terrorist organisation Hamas in her editorials while
warning against the threat posed to world peace by Israeli aggression and the Christian
Right in the USA. Hamas is a Fascist organisation openly calling for mass murder of
Jews. Violent attacks against Jews in Europe in 2008 are to an overwhelming degree
caused by Muslim immigration, which is encouraged by the EU and the national political
elites. The irony of warning against “Nazi violence” while showing sympathy for an
organisation that wants to finish what the Nazis started apparently doesn’t strike Ms.
One of Klein’s fellow columnists at Aftonbladet, the long-time Communist Robert
Aschberg, is the publisher of Expo magazine. Leading Expo member Charles Westin in
October 2007 published the book Brunt! (“brown,” as in “Fascist”), where he let members
of AFA contribute some of their intelligence regarding “right-wing extremists,” among
them people associated with the legal party the Sweden Democrats. In addition to Mr.
Westin, the book was co-authored by Mats Deland, who is a journalist in Aftonbladet.
Why is it considered OK that a representative of one of Scandinavia’s largest newspapers,
with ties to the country’s largest political party, thus associates himself openly with an
organisation known for physically assaulting members of a legal opposition party, even in
their private homes?
Before the elections in 2006, the established parties cooperated in boycotting the Sweden
Democrats and other “xenophobic” parties. In one of many similar incidents, which
extreme Leftists bragged about on the Internet, around 30 members of the SD were
attacked during a peaceful, private party outside the town of Växjö. The brave “anti-
Fascists” threw tear gas into the building, forcing people outside where they were beaten
with iron bars and axes. Open, aggressive and sometimes violent harassment of critics of
the country’s immigration policies has been going on for years while the authorities have
largely turned a blind eye to the problem. Seemingly encouraged by the silence from the
establishment to political violence, extreme Leftists have stepped up their attacks to
include mainstream parties. Sweden is witnessing the greatest explosion of street
violence in its history, and a woman is raped every two hours. Expo, which is backed by
the media and the major parties, has been campaigning against the Sweden Democrats
for years. Daniel Poohl from the unelected organisation Expo states that it’s “not
undemocratic” to deny the SD access to political influence.
According to Jonathan Friedman, an American Jew working in Sweden for years, “no
debate about immigration policies is possible, the subject is simply avoided. Sweden has
such a close connection between the various powerful groups, politicians, journalists, etc.
The political class is closed, isolated.” The elites are worried to see their power slip away
and therefore want to silence critics, for instance the Sweden Democrats, a small party
opposed to immigration: “It is a completely legal party, they just aren’t allowed to speak.
…In reality, the basis of democracy has been completely turned on its head. It is said:
‘Democracy is a certain way of thinking, a specific set of opinions, and if you do not share