Sweden has a problem with institutional anti-Semitism and support for terrorism.
Much – but by no means all – of it comes down to a political ideology that hides behind the title “Green Party”. A party with an inordinately high proportion of Muslim members.
Yesterday Green Party government minister Mehmet Kaplan resigned following a series of revelations about his grotesque anti-Semitism and intimate links with fascist Islamist parties and terrorist movements.
Today his party colleague Åsa Romson sang Kaplan’s praises and said he was still upset over repercussions of the “9/11 accidents”.
Read that again.
The Islamist terror attacks on 9/11 in which 3000 innocent people were murdered are referred to by the Green Party leader – who is also the Swedish government’s Deputy Prime Minister – as “accidents”.
There can be little doubt that Åsa Romson is a deeply unsavoury character who should be removed from power before she can do any more damage to Sweden’s credibility abroad and her citizens’ safety at home. This is the same person who just a few months ago referred to “Auschwitz being repeated on the waters of the Mediterranean Sea” because economic migrants from various Muslim countries were being denied entry into the EU.
Really? The voluntary search for better economic conditions is akin to the unparallelled savagery and naked bestiality of Auschwitz?
Today former Swedish Green Party leader Per Gahrton claimed on national TV that disgraced MP Mehmet Kaplan was a victim of a zionist conspiracy. No less a body than the EU has clearly stated that attempts to conceal anti-Semitism by claiming anti-Zionist credentials is anti-Semitic, plain and simple.
Sweden’s Green Party is a terror-supporting, anti-Swedish and anti-Semitic movement. We may soon reach a situation whereby only overseas political pressure will be sufficient to force the Swedish coalition government to remove the burdensome Green Party from power.
Denmark, Norway and Finland are already deeply troubled over Sweden’s irresponsible stance on uncontrolled immigration into the country – and hence also into the rest of Scandinavia and the EU.
How much more damage will Sweden’s Green Party be allowed to do both at home and overseas?
(The linked news clip from Swedish national TV news broadcaster SVT is in Swedish.)