300 av landets ledarskribenter och politiska journalister som röstar i DSM Sveriges Viktigaste Opinionsbildare 2013. Man kan synes, Julia Caesars placering er mærkelig for en skribent, der officielt ikke eksisterer, men der er så meget mærkeligt på spil i Sverige. Det er vel en af grundene til, at jeg er blevet hængende.
“Punished for being punished”
This outright hypocrisy was shown to an extreme level in a case which has just occurred in Sweden. It doesn’t appear to involve the Swedish government/ state itself, although I don’t know enough about Sweden to tell you whether or not Expressen (a Swedish newspaper) and Researchgruppen (a leftist ‘research group’) – the two culprits – have any direct or indirect links to the Swedish state. My guess is that it’s highly likely that they do, especially as the case involves ‘hate sites’ and the incendiary issues of Islam and mass immigration.
Earlier this month Jyllands-Posten – Denmark’s favourite newspaper – ran a couple of critical pieces about Sweden’s self-consciously suicidal policy on mass immigration. (What some countries are prepared to do in order to prove their piously progressive credentials!) One piece, by Morten Uhrskov Jensen, talked about Sweden’s “insane immigration policy”. Another article, entitled “A Land of Ghosts and Shadows” and written by a Mikael Jayling, dealt with asylum smuggling, immigration and crime, sharia law, the costs of immigration, the leftist/ progressive use of the word ‘racism’ to silence any and all critical discussion of Islam and immigration, the silence and hypocrisy of Swedish feminists (who only care about misogyny and sexism when it is carried out by people with white skin) and so on.
Because alternative views on immigration, Islam and much else are very rarely tolerated in the progressive land of Sweden, it will come as no surprise that in response to Mikael Jayling’s article (as well as the others), leftist Internet snoopers and monitors decided to get to work on the problem. More precisely, the Swedish daily, Expressen, told its readers that its editors had collaborated with a Swedish ‘research group’ called Researchgruppen. Why did it do so? Because both Expressen and Researchgruppen wanted to discover and then publish the names of the readers of various Internet news outlets which audaciously dared to contradict or criticise Sweden’s official, progressive line.
Predictably, these sources of alternative news (Avpixlat, Fria Tider, and Exponerat) were classed as “hate sites” (i.e., websites not completely in tune with what they believe) by these often very hateful and zealous leftists. You see, the progressive Left really does completely rely on these soundbite political ad hominems, such as “hate crime” and “Islamophobia”, in order to do the job of silencing all – and I mean all! – alternative or contradictory views.SWEDEN’S PROGRESSIVE SNOOPERS
Geert Wilders’ keynote speech in Australia 2013