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Islamofobic racist extremist nazi!

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Well, that according to people who have no arguments nor brain matter. I applaud the ex-abba member Björn Ulvaeus for speaking out for universal human rights, especially for women rights in muslim countries. All of us have to stop treating Islam or any religion like it’s a fragile glass figure. Almost always any kind of criticism of religion is justified.

Article at newsmill.se in swedish. Translation here.

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March 31, 2009 at 21:50

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Henrik Pontén, illogical pseudo zen master just like Kalle Larsson.

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The ISP’s in Sweden have a moral (or something like that) liability according to Mr. Pontén. Well, in a funny way that is. He says that because of the businessmodel the ISP’s use is built around customers downloading material that is under copyright they have a large portion of the responsibility to inform the customers about the new law. It’s kind of like telling automobile companies that because people use cars when they rob banks etcetera the automobile companies have a large portion of the responsability to inform the customer that it’s illegal to rob banks. SvD

henrik_pontenIvan Drago… or is he?

This article brings to mind the scen from Rocky IV where Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren) says, with a dumb russian accent, to “Rocky” played by our beloved and talented (hmmm?) actor Sylvester Stallone: “I must break you!”… we all remember how that movie ended right? Translation here.

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March 31, 2009 at 15:12

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Kalle Larsson, last communist in Sweden?

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Ponder the logical reasoning behind Kalle Larsson’s (member of the former communist party “Vänstern”) statement: “It is because of the cost of living (rent) that people (asylum seekers) buy an adress where they afterwards can’t live in”. He suggests that the state should give more money instead. SvD

Kalle Larsson is the same person that demanded, amongst other politicians, that the asylum seeker “Farid Habibi” would be granted asylum.  Within a year after he was granted the asylum he was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment for rape and deportation with a restriction to enter Sweden before 2014-03-09.

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Farid Habibi

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March 30, 2009 at 22:46

Göran Lambertz, incompetent Chancellor of Justice.

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Göran Lambertz is the Swedish Chancellor of Justice. In 2005 he decided to drop the preliminary investigation regarding hate speech at the mosque of Stockholm. The mosque was selling different cassette and cd-rom’s that contained extreme anti-semitical slurs and incitements to murder jews. He defended the dropping of the investigation by saying that the incitements on the recordings had to be viewed: “with the background of the historical and ongoing conflict in middle east”.

You can read the entire statement made by the Chancellor of Justice translated by google here. Swedish version here.

Dilsa Demirbag-sten, a kurdish journalist living in Sweden, wrote a good article regarding this subject. Translation here.

goran_lambertzGöran Lambertz

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March 30, 2009 at 21:33

Human rights council bans criticism of religion.

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UNHCR did what everyone though was ludicrous. They have voted for a resolution that bans the criticism of religion and the only religion meantioned in the resolution is Islam. This is highly strange as UN’s mission is to protect individuals, not religion. With this resolution UN itself has most likely contributed to the spread of hate and intolerance against religious groups.

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An almost two year old article written by Lisbeth Lindeborg in dn.se gives a good explanation to the lack of criticism of religion and especielly Islam in Swedish media. Read about it in this google translated link.

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March 30, 2009 at 15:34

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“Highly dangerous to tell the truth”

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That is the headline for the article dn.se wrote yesterday. It’s mainly about freedom of speech and how dangerous it is to say what you think and feel in different parts of the world. The problem with the article is that Sweden itself doesn’t have freedom of speech nor does dn.se. Any comments that the moderators at dn.se deem as “unappropriate” are deleted or not published at all.

You can read the google translate here.

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March 30, 2009 at 14:32

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