Sweden has recently voted to recognise the Nazi inspired and created (by the Nazi criminal Hajj Amin el Husseini) “Palestine” of Hamas/Fatah.

Sweden has a history of collaborating with the Hitler Nazis. They sold and kept on selling steel to the Nazis. Thus the steel that made up the barbed wire of the concentration camps is Swedish Steel. The Jews who threw themselves against the barbed wire which was electified were throwing themselves against Swedish Steel. The present Prime Minister (3 October 2014) is Stefan Lotven. With such a history of collaborating with the Nazis in the Holocaust of the Jews (as an Irish person) I ask why do the Swedes today not keep their Nazis lips sealed.

I am not introducing here psychological reasons. Many do say that these European countries either collaborated with the Nazis as did the Swedes or at the very least (the very best that can be said of them) stood by and never uttered a cheep as half of the Jewish people were murdered by the Nazis in their continent of Europe because that embarrases them and they are finding a way to lessen their guilt by saying “Look at those nasty Israelis. That makes us right in having collaborating with the Nazis against the Jews”.

As an Irish person I do not buy this. In fact I do not care. I only repeat what they did. I do know that when the monster Adolf Hitler died in 1945 the Irish leader DeValera signed a note of condolence.

Swedish immigration policy during the 1930s was, which the responsible politicians admitted, very restrictive against admitting Jewish refugees trying to escape the Nazi terror and mass murder into Sweden, before the deportations of Norwegian Jews began in 1942.[1] Jewish refugees were systematically discriminated against by the immigration authorities compared to other refugees.[2] At the end of the war and in the post-Holocaust debate Swedish politicians and officials tried excusing their previous restrictive policy toward Jewish immigration by using the Jewish minority in the country as a scape-goat, claiming that the Stockholm Jewish Community or “certain Jewish circles” had been even more restrictive than the Swedish state.[3]


Following on (same source)

Increasing antisemitism[edit]

In October 2010, The Forward reported on the current state of Jews and the level of antisemitism in Sweden. Henrik Bachner, a writer and professor of history at the University of Lund, claimed that members of the Swedish Riksdag have attended anti-Israel rallies where the Israeli flag was burned while the flags of Hamas and Hezbollah were waved, and the rhetoric was often antisemitic—not just anti-Israel. Charles Small, former director of the Yale University Initiative for the Study of Anti-Semitism, stated that “Sweden is a microcosm of contemporary anti-Semitism. It’s a form of acquiescence to radical Islam, which is diametrically opposed to everything Sweden stands for.” Per Gudmundson, chief editorial writer for Svenska Dagbladet and well known for his pro-Israeli stance for decades, has sharply criticised politicians who he claims offer “weak excuses” for Muslims accused of antisemitic crimes. “Politicians say these kids are poor and oppressed, and we have made them hate. They are, in effect, saying that the behaviour of these kids is in some way our fault.”[5] Much of the anti-semitism has been attributed to the growing Muslim immigrant population.[6]

The new period of the world wide Jihad where Muslim refugees take over whole áreas of these countries has had immediate effect (same source)


In 2010, the international media reported on increasing levels of anti-Semitic hate-crime in Malmö, the country’s third-largest city. The reports cited desecrations, the burning of a chapel and worshippers being taunted with ‘Hitler’ chants. In 2009 the Malmö police received reports of 79 anti-Semitic incidents, double the number of the previous year (2008).[9] For example, on January 13, 2009 Molotov cocktails were thrown inside and outside the funeral chapel at the old Jewish cemetery in the city of Malmö, south Sweden, as what seems as an anti-Semitic act. It was the third time the chapel has been attacked in the few weeks before this incident.[10] On September 28, 2012, an explosion occurred at Malmö Jewish community building, again as what seems to be an anti-Semitic act.[11] Fredrik Sieradzki, spokesman for the Malmö Jewish community, estimated that the already small Jewish population is shrinking by 5% a year. “Malmö is a place to move away from,” he said, citing anti-Semitism as the primary reason.[5]

In an article published in The Forward in October 2010, Judith Popinski, an 86-year-old Holocaust survivor, stated that she is no longer invited to schools that have a large Muslim presence to tell her story of surviving the Holocaust. Popinski, who found refuge in Malmö in 1945, stated that, until recently, she told her story in Malmö schools as part of their Holocaust studies program, but that now, many schools no longer ask Holocaust survivors to tell their stories, because Muslim students treat them with such disrespect, either ignoring the speakers or walking out of the class. She further stated that “Malmö reminds me of the anti-Semitism I felt as a child in Poland before the war. … I am not safe as a Jew in Sweden anymore.”[5]

So building on the Antisemitism of the Nazi Holocaust period where the Swedish elites joined the Nazis and helped to carry out the Holocaust they are now joining with the new Nazis of the Jihad today and are moving relentlessly to the isolation of Israel in the world, which of course means the isolation of the Jews of the world, because the key thing in all of this verbiage from the likes of George galloway and David Icke) 99.9 per cent repeating are supportive of Israel as the Jewish state.

This is not so difficult to understand. The history teaches us the reality. These European and American RULING CLASSES had a big role in the Holocaust ALONG WITH the German Nazis. This Antisemitism is carried on into the present.

These ruling classes have no real argument with the Nazis of Islam today and have welcomed this Nazi ideology into their coutries, They have envouraged widespread Muslim immigration. In Britain from Heath on and especially Tony Blair and the Labour Party have worshipped this Nazi ideology.

This ideology takes particularly rotting forms when people like George Galloway says that no Israeli can enter into Bradford where he is MP. The same sort of rotting ideology comes Fromm David Icke.

But note that Galloway and Icke never refer to the real history as we have done in this article. That is a clue to the way forward for http://www.4international.me


It is from an article which states:

Seven out of ten teachers failed a Holocaust history test set by the agency.

The Living History Forum is a Swedish government agency which has been commissioned with the task of promoting issues relating to tolerance, democracy and human rights – with the Holocaust as its point of reference.

5,081 teachers took part in the Living History Forum’s Holocaust questionnaire, but only two teachers answered all the questions correctly.

Only every 20th teacher was aware, for example, that between 81 and 100 percent of all European Jewish children alive during the Nazi regime were killed in the Holocaust.

According to Johan Perwe, the Living History Forum’s press secretary, the details surrounding the Holocaust are very important.

He told The Local that while detailed historical knowledge cannot be expected of the general Swedish public, teachers need this additional knowledge in order to educate their students adequately.

“Most Swedish people know about the Holocaust and have an emotional empathy toward the victims. However, if you do not know the whole picture, which is made up of many factual details, then you cannot understand what motivated the criminals behind it.”





At a ceremony marking the International Day against Drug Abuse in Tehran this week, Iranian vice president Mohammad Reza Rahimi delivered an unprecedented, public anti-Semitic tirade, writes Meir Javedanfar. The comments broke with the Islamic Republic’s usual practice, which demonizes Zionists while purporting to respect the Jewish religion.
Author: Meir Javedanfar
Published on: Thursday, Jun 28, 2012
FULL ARTICLE (thanks to above

At a ceremony marking the International Day against Drug Abuse in Tehran earlier this week (June 26), Iranian vice president Mohammad Reza Rahimi delivered an unprecedented, public anti-Semitic tirade in front of local and international dignitaries.


Breaking the usual practice of the Islamic Republic — which demonizes Zionists while purporting to respect the Jewish religion — Rahimi blamed the spread of drugs on the teachings of the Talmud, an important  text that brings together centuries of discussions in Jewish academies explaining Judaism’s oral laws.

Rahimi went on to say that the Talmud teaches how to destroy non-Jews and that 80% of America’s wealth is in the hands of 6% of the world’s Jewish population. He quoted an American researcher, who he did not name, to claim that a Jewish gynecologist sterilized 8,000 Native Americans, which Rahimi asserted was in accordance with the Talmud. He also blamed the Talmud for what he said are anti-Christian and anti-Muslim teachings and claimed that Jews see “others at their service.” Delving into the rich international grab-bag of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, he blamed Jews for the Russian revolution — in which he asserted that “not a single Jew died” — trying to take over the world and fomenting differences between Shiite and Sunni Muslims.

Half way through the tirade, Rahimi seemed to become aware that he had gone too far and attempted a bit of damage control.  “We respect the followers of the Prophet Moses, but we are against global Zionism,” he said. He then blamed “Zionists” for the world drug trade and for opposing “manifestations of independence and freedom of the Islamic Republic of Iran.”  

Rahimi’s attack was unprecedented because for the first time, a regime official openly attacked Jewish religious texts, as opposed to simply harping against Zionism. Despite a massive Jewish exodus after the 1979 revolution, Iran still has the largest population of Jews in the Middle East outside Israel — between 10,000 and 25,000 – and an appointed Jewish member of parliament.

Realizing the international outrage Rahimi’s outbursts would cause, the Iranian regime’s PR machine went into damage control mode. First the English language mouthpiece Press TV published a piece about the speech without a single direct reference to Rahimi’s use of the word ‘Yahood,’ which means Jews. Thus, where Rahimi said in Farsi that “Jews see others at their service,” Press TV changed that to “the Zionists regard themselves as the master race and they view the other races as their slaves.”

The regime then pulled off the original article from the Iran Student News Agency website where it was first reported in Iran. (The full text of the speech is still available on other websites, including Aftab News.)

The outburst is the culmination of a recent rise in the public use of anti-Semitic language in Iran. In Iranian press and politics, use of the term “Yahoodi Sefat” meaning “of Jewish character” is being heard more often as a character assassination tool.

One of the biggest victims has been President Mahmoud Ahamdinejad’s right hand man, Esfandiyar Rahim Mashaei. Mansoor Arzi, a well-known ultra-conservative preacher, first publicly started attacking Meshaei for being a Yahoodi Sefat. He then went on to call for the killing of “Meshaei the Jew.” More recently, when ultra- conservative Iranian parliamentarian Mehdi Koochak Zadeh was reported to have been involved in a scuffle with a reporter, he publicly accused the press of being engaged in “Jewish style propagation of lies.”

Anti-Semitism is not confined to ultra conservatives. Even US-educated reformist politician Ebrahim Yazdi — who served as deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs after the 1979 revolution and resigned to protest the takeover of the US embassy in Tehran — has joined the chorus. While serving in prison recently, the octogenarian (the world’s oldest political prisoner at the time) issued a public letter in which he asked, “how does a president of Jewish descent want to perform his duties? In contrast to Muslims of Zoroastrian decent, Muslims of Jewish descent do not have a good record.” Yazdi referred to dubious material published by Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence in which those who have fallen from the regime’s grace are now accused of having Jewish backgrounds.

In the past, especially during the presidency of Mohammad Khatami, senior Iranian politicians refrained from such crude anti-Semitism. Khatami, who served from 1997-2005, went out of his way to show respect for Judaism by visiting Tehran’s Yusef Abad synagogue. Criticism was reserved for the Israeli government, not Jews. However, when hard-line security officials sought to discredit Khatami, they concocted charges of spying for Israel against a dozen Iranian Jews.

The new trend appears to date to Ahmadinejad’s public denial of the Holocaust in a speech on Dec. 14, 2005. On that day, Ahmadinejad became the most senior politician in Iranian post-revolutionary history to adopt this narrative. More significantly, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei did not stop Ahmadinejad. The president’s frequent Holocaust denial appears to have legitimized the shift from public attacks against Israel to attacks against Jews and Judaism.

The trend has been exacerbated by the declining quality of regime officials. As a result of the thwarted Green uprising following fraud-tainted 2009 presidential elections, more experienced and moderate politicians have been sacked, jailed, left the country or are simply lying low. 

The brain drain which has hit the top ranks of politicians and advisers has meant that the education and world view of many politicians in Iran now is far more limited than before. This could be a major reason behind why Rahimi had no qualms about making such remarks.  

There is another simple, yet depressing explanation. It is perhaps unrealistic to expect a so-called Islamic regime which, more than ever, is de-legitimizing the holy religion of Islam by killing, torturing and stealing in its name to promote politicians who respect other holy religions.

Meir Javedanfar is an Iranian-Israeli Middle East analyst. He teaches the Contemporary Iranian Politics Course at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya. He tweets as @Meir_J.