Det glæder mig at se, eftersom jeg fandt og oversatte artiklen den 21 januar. Bjørn Bredal har da ret i én ting: Han og hans har uden at spørge os stillet os overfor et fait accompli: Enten “integration” eller varierende grader af krig. Bredal er ikke overraskende jubeloptimisten i indslaget. Det ville jeg også være, hvis jeg havde påtaget mig så stort et ansvar.
Kim Bodnia følte sig ikke tryg i “antisemitiske Malmø”
Bodnia’s medspiller, Sofie Helin, er stolt over Sverige og sagde i november: “Og Danmark, I skal fandeme tage jer sammen.” På én eller anden måde går der uvægerligt kage i kunstnere og politik. Jeg skal tilføje, at jeg aldrig har set “Broen.”
Danish actor Kim Bodnia has revealed that one of the reasons why he quit hit show The Bridge was because as a Jew he did not feel safe working in Sweden. Bodnia played detective Martin Rohde in two seasons of the Scandi-crime show, but after first signing up for a third, he later dropped out. The 50-year-old had previously cited issues with the script, but has now said his departure was also caused by of the rise of anti-Semitism in Sweden.
‘It’s not very nice, and not very comfortable to be there as a Jewish person. ‘So of course this also had something to do with it [quitting The Bridge]. ‘It’s easy for me to say no to work in Sweden. Its very easy, when they didn’t have the script right, I could say; “well, I don’t feel safe there”.’
Bodnia was born in Copenhagen to a Jewish family with Polish and Russian roots, and recently finished filming television show Hostages in Israel.During the interview, he also indicated that there is a connection between the rise in anti-semitism in Sweden and Denmark and the influx of migrants and refugees in recent years. Jewish star of Scandinavian BBC crime drama The Bridge reveals he quit the show because he was fed up with filming in ‘anti-Semitic’ Malmo, – Svensk jødehad gjorde det nemt for Bodnia at droppe “Broen”