Monday, January 28, 2008

An Open Letter to Expo and the Expressen Newspaper

The Fjordman Report

The noted blogger Fjordman is filing this report via Gates of Vienna.

For a complete Fjordman blogography, see The Fjordman Files. There is also a multi-index listing here.

The newspaper Expressen in Sweden recently published an article claiming that two members of the Sweden Democrats party have ties to neo-Nazi organizations. First of all: If these people really do have neo-Nazi connections, they do not belong in a civilized party and should in my view be expelled immediately. The SD will never be taken seriously if they have people like this in their party and they do not deserve to.

That is, however, not the only issue at stake here. The source quoted in this article is the organization Expo. Expo has released a warning against the rise of “organized Islamophobia.” A number of blogs with content that “should probably be banned” were mentioned, among them Gates of Vienna and Little Green Footballs. Two of the important Scandinavian blogs that were labelled “Islamophobes” were Snaphanen and Kurt Lundgren. As both of them have pointed out, according to the article it looks like Expo had access to lists of telephone conversations and bank account information about transactions made by a number of private citizens. If this is correct — and so far I know no more than what this article tells me — several readers suggest that this could be illegal political surveillance of free citizens by a private (but state-sponsored) organization.

AFADid Expressen journalist David Baas ask Expo how they obtained this information? And if the methods employed were indeed problematic, how many peaceful, private citizens have Expo also been checking in order to make this discovery? The article by Baas mentions the left-wing extremist organization Antifascistisk Aktion (AFA), which has for years and with near impunity been physically and verbally attacking any person deemed to be critical of Sweden’s insane immigration policies. Is the Expressen newspaper going to put the violent organization AFA under similar scrutiny? Can they, for instance, find out why members of AFA in 2007 were allowed to walk next to senior members of the Swedish cabinet, the Swedish media and the Swedish law enforcement despite the fact that AFA members had probably attacked the property of a judge only days before? How come AFA can openly brag about their violent, extra-legal activities for years without being stopped by the authorities? Is it possible that the political elites find them to be a useful tool against those criticizing mass immigration?

As Bruce Bawer writes in While Sweden Slept: “Sweden Democrats have been the targets of events that recall China’s Cultural Revolution. Staged ‘people’s protests’ by members of the ‘youth divisions’ of other parties have led to the firing of Sweden Democrats from their jobs. A few weeks ago, a junior diplomat was dismissed when it became known that he was a member of the party and had criticized his country’s immigration policy. On several occasions, thugs loyal to the ruling parties have broken up SD meetings and beaten up party leaders.”

Sweden has absolutely no public debate about immigration, yet native citizens are subject to an unprecedented wave of violence. In the country’s third largest city, Malmö, which could soon have a Muslim majority, gangs of immigrant thugs brag about “waging a war” against indigenous white Swedes, according to interviews conducted by sociologist Petra Åkesson. Is it “dangerous Islamophobia” by the Swedes in Malmö if they resist continued Muslim immigration? How come Expo displays such concern for Islamophobia and so little for the racism faced every single day by the indigenous people of their own country?

Tobias HübinetteOne of the co-founders of Expo, Tobias Hübinette, wrote in 1996: “To feel and even think that the white race is inferior in every conceivable way is natural with regards to its history and current actions. Let the Western countries of the white race perish in blood and suffering. Long live the multicultural, racially mixed and classless ecological society! Long live anarchy!”

According to his own CV, Tobias Hübinette worked for Expo until at least 1997. In other words, he continued doing research for this “anti-racist” organization after having publicly advocated the extermination of the white race and the violent destruction of an entire civilization. During this time period he did research about “racists”. He has openly defended the use of violence for political reasons, even against children and the elderly, and has been convicted of violence. Hübinette has continued promoting “Multiculturalism,” even received awards, and is currently working for the The Multicultural Centre of Botkyrka, Sweden.

Stieg LarssonThe founder and editor of Expo magazine from 1995 until his death in November 2004, Stieg Larsson, worked with Hübinette for years, but was apparently never negatively affected by this collaboration with a person calling for genocide against his people. Larsson has been cited as a credible source regarding the extreme Right, and Expo’s material has been reprinted by leading the newspapers Expressen and Aftonbladet. Larsson left behind three unpublished thrillers, which have proceeded to become major bestsellers in Sweden after his death.

What kind of connections does Expo have with Hübinette today? Why was he apparently allowed to continue his work there after having called for the mass murder of hundreds of millions of people? The Expo website reveals a list of a dozen employees. Who pays these people? What kind of relationship does Expo have with the extremist organization AFA? Is Expo aware of the fact that AFA has been attacking “Islamophobes” for years, and that by branding a person such as Lundgren an “Islamophobe,” they are thus indirectly setting him up for an attack? What has Expo done during the past dozen years to discourage or prevent AFA members from attacking people who have been charged with or convicted of no crime?

After they wrote about “The new face of Islamophobia,” Expo’s Daniel Poohl stated that it’s “not undemocratic” to deny the Sweden Democrats access to political influence. But who is Mr. Poohl, who has been elected to represent nobody, to decide how much free speech other citizens should have in a supposedly free country? Who died and made Expo God?
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Moreover, most of the political violence in Europe, both verbal and physical, comes from Muslims and their supporters on the Left. The first political murders in the Netherlands for centuries were committed by a Muslim in the case of Theo van Gogh and a Leftist supporter of Muslims in the case of Pim Fortuyn. Some members of the Western Left support the suppression of free speech and even the use of street violence against rivals. Is Expo going to write about this worrisome trend, too?

As we speak, Muslims are driving Christians out of the birthplace of Jesus Christ, Bethlehem, but Western media choose to blame this on the Jewish state of Israel, a fellow victim of Jihad. The Christian population has dwindled from more than 85 per cent in 1948 to 12 per cent of its inhabitants in 2006. The few remaining non-Muslim communities in the Middle East are being systematically eradicated. As Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch writes in his book Religion of Peace?: Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn’t, “Christian communities throughout the Middle East that date back to the dawn of Christianity are decreasing so much that they are on the verge of disappearing from the area altogether.” Overall, the Middle Eastern Christian population has dropped from 20 percent in 1900 to less than 2 percent today, and is declining by the day. Why does Expo hardly write a single word about this global Muslim Christianophobia and infidelophobia when they are so concerned about Islamophobia?

It’s good that Expo worries about political parties with ties to Nazi and Fascist movements. Are they also going to mention that arguably the one party with the closest historical ties to Fascist and Nazi regimes is the Social Democratic Party, the dominant party in Sweden for the past 80 years?

Marcos Cantera Carlomagno in 1995 published a PhD thesis at Lund University describing a series of letters sent by Per Albin Hansson, leader of the Social Democrats who was Prime Minister between 1932 and 1946 and worked for the establishment of “Folkhemmet,” the People’s Home. Hansson was a dear pen pal with Italy’s Fascist leader Mussolini and praised the corporate, Fascist system where each individual was intimately tied to and subordinate to the state. Hansson was positively disposed to Fascism and saw the welfare state as a related concept. Carlomagno’s work was totally ignored by the entire media establishment in Sweden when it appeared in the 1990s. Perhaps Expo could republish it now?

The New TotalitariansIn the book The New Totalitarians, the British historian Roland Huntford pointed out that Socialist professor Gunnar Myrdal and his wife Alva, both highly influential ideologists in developing the Swedish welfare state model, had intimate connections with the German academic world during the Nazi age. Gunnar Myrdal served as both a member of parliament and later as a government minister for the Social Democrats during this period.

According to Huntford: “The professor was then a Nazi sympathizer, publicly describing Nazism as the movement of youth and the movement of the future. In Myrdal’s defence, it must be pointed out that, whatever his other propensities, Hitler did have advanced ideas on social welfare, and that the social ideology of the German Nazis and the Swedish Social Democrats had much in common. Until the mid 1930s, Nazism had considerable attractions for those who favoured a benevolent and authoritarian state.”

Social Democratic connections with violent and politically repressive movements are not a thing of the past. As journalist Salam Karam told Expressen: “For the Muslim Brotherhood, Sweden is in many ways an ideal country, [and it] shares the ideals of the Social Democrats in their view of the welfare society. Leading figures in Muslim congregations are also active within the Social Democratic [Party], and have very good relations with Sweden’s Christian Social Democrats — Broderskapsrörelsen. The Social Democrats have, in turn, shown a tendency to shy away from the fact that there is extremism in some of our mosques. This has given the Brotherhood the freedom to force its ideology upon [the mosque’s worshippers].”

According to a post in 2007 from the website of Broderskapsrörelsen (“The Brotherhood”), the Swedish Social Democratic Party has decided to establish a formal network for cooperation with Muslims: “This is a historic decision for the Brotherhood,” says leader Peter Weiderud. “I’m incredibly happy that a unanimous congress now leaves the door open for Muslims and others to work together with us in the Brotherhood; this is going to enrich us all and help the [Social Democratic] Party to better influence the Swedish society.”

As the writer Nima Sanandaji states, the Social Democrat Ola Johansson has even referred to the book Social Justice in Islam by the Islamic ideologue Sayyid Qutb as proof that the social democratic ideology could find common ground with Islamic ideas. Qutb was a leading ideologue from the Muslim Brotherhood, and his writings have inspired numerous Jihadist movements across the world, including terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.

Hassan al-BannaThe Muslim Brotherhood, regarded as the largest Islamic movement in the world, was founded by Hassan al-Banna in 1928, inspired by contemporary Fascists and Nazis in addition to Islamic texts. According to journalist Helle Merete Brix, Muhammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, aided by Saudi Arabia, is pumping large amounts of petrodollars into various organizations at the forefront of the Islamization of Europe, such as the European Council for Fatwa and Research headed by the highly influential Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a follower of Hassan al-Banna during his youth and the MB’s spiritual leader today. Qaradawi has publicly boasted that “Islam will return to Europe as a conqueror.”

Lorenzo Vidino writes about “The Muslim Brotherhood’s Conquest of Europe.” According to him, “Since the early 1960s, Muslim Brotherhood members and sympathizers have moved to Europe and slowly but steadily established a wide and well-organized network of mosques, charities, and Islamic organizations.” The irony is that “Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna dreamed of spreading Islamism throughout Egypt and the Muslim world. He would never have dreamed that his vision might also become a reality in Europe.”

The current leader of the MB, Mohammad Mahdi Akef, has called on its members to serve its global agenda, declaring “I have complete faith that Islam will invade Europe and America.” On its English website, the Brotherhood professes moderation and praises Multiculturalism as a way to spread Islam. However, on their Arabic website, Akef in February 2007 reassured his followers that “the Jihad will lead to smashing Western civilization and replacing it with Islam which will dominate the world.” In the event that Muslims cannot achieve this goal in the near future, “Muslims are obliged to continue the Jihad that will cause the collapse of Western civilization and the ascendance of the Muslim civilization on its ruins.”

Patrick SookhdeoThe former Muslim Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, author of the book “Global Jihad,” warns that the Islamization going on in European cities is not happening by chance. It “is the result of a careful and deliberate strategy by certain Muslim leaders which was planned in 1980 when the Islamic Council of Europe published a book called Muslim Communities in Non-Muslim States.” The instructions told Muslims to get together into viable communities, set up mosques, community centres and Islamic schools. To resist assimilation, they must group themselves geographically in areas of high Muslim concentration. According to Sookhdeo, their ultimate goal is Islamic rule in Europe.

Patrick Poole describes how discussion of a document called “The Project” so far has been limited to the top-secret world of Western intelligence communities. Only through the work of an intrepid Swiss journalist, Sylvain Besson, has information regarding The Project finally been made public. It was found in a raid of a luxurious villa in Campione, Switzerland on November 7, 2001. The target of the raid was Youssef Nada, who has had active association with the Muslim Brotherhood for more than 50 years.

Included in the documents seized was a 14-page plan written in Arabic and dated December 1, 1982, which outlined a 12-point strategy to “establish an Islamic government on earth” — identified as The Project. According to testimony given to Swiss authorities by Nada, the unsigned document was prepared by “Islamic researchers.” It represents a flexible, multi-phased, long-term approach to the “cultural invasion” of the West.

Some of its recommendations include:

  • Using deception to mask the intended goals of Islamic actions
  • Building extensive social networks of schools, hospitals and charitable organizations
  • Involving ideologically committed Muslims in institutions on all levels in the West, including government, NGOs, private organizations
  • Instrumentally using existing Western institutions until they can be put into service of Islam
  • Instituting alliances with Western “progressive” organizations that share similar goals.

As Patrick Poole says, “What is startling is how effectively the Islamist plan for conquest outlined in The Project has been implemented by Muslims in the West for more than two decades.”

Yusuf al-QaradawiIncluded in this was the powerful Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader. Sylvain Besson and Scott Burgess note the striking similarities between Qaradawi’s publication, “Priorities of the Islamic Movement in the Coming Phase” and The Project. Qaradawi is backed by Saudi money and founded the major English-language website IslamOnline, which serves as an outlet for his teachings. He is also leader of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, which spreads its rulings on sharia-related matters to mosques across Europe. He is based in Qatar, home to the influential Arabic satellite TV channel Al Jazeera, where he runs the popular program “Sharia and Life.” The intellectual Dr. Khaled Shawkat warns that Al Jazeera “has been hijacked” by the MB “to the extent that three or four Muslim Brotherhood members sometimes appear on a single news program.”

Burning Danish flagsYusuf al-Qaradawi was an important figure during the Muhammad cartoons riots in 2006. According to Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen, “Clearly, the riots in Denmark and throughout the world were not spontaneous, but planned and organized well in advance by Islamist organizations that support the MB, and with funding mostly from Saudi Arabia.” The purpose was to impose sharia-style restrictions on free speech on Western nations.

Ehrenfeld and Lappen state that the Muslim Brotherhood and its offspring organizations employ the Flexibility Strategy: “This strategy calls for a minority group of Muslims to use all ‘legal’ means to infiltrate majority-dominated, non-Muslim secular and religious institutions, starting with its universities. As a result, ‘Islamized’ Muslim and non-Muslim university graduates enter the nation’s workforce, including its government and civil service sectors, where they are poised to subvert law enforcement agencies, intelligence communities, military branches, foreign services, and financial institutions.”

Tariq RamadanTariq Ramadan, the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, has stated that in the 21st century, “The West will begin its new decline, and the Arab-Islamic world its renewal” and ascent to seven centuries of world domination. According to the writer Kirsten Sarauw, last year in Vienna a conference was held where prominent Muslim delegates formulated a common strategic vision about a Europe dominated by Islam. At the event Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti of Bosnia, envisioned an “upcoming Islamic era.”

The conference was in agreement about the first and foremost goal, namely the introduction of religious Islamic jurisprudence (sharia) in Europe “in the beginning at least as a parallel system alongside national laws in European states.” As to the real meaning of sharia (which is an apartheid system relegating non-Muslims to oppression and secondary status in their own country) they all agreed to avoid publicity as far as possible. According to Sarauw, Ramadan proclaimed that the real intentions of this plan must be concealed from the general public as long as possible. Sarauw labels this “a declaration of war against the peoples of Europe.”

Douglas Farah writes about the largely successful efforts by Islamic groups in the West to buy large amounts of real estate. Some groups are signing agreements to guarantee that they will only sell the land to Muslims. The Muslim Brotherhood, particularly, is active in investments in properties and businesses across Europe, laying the groundwork for a future network that will be able to react rapidly and with flexibility in case of an attempted crackdown on their financial structure. Most of the money comes from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

According to Farah, the governments of Europe and the United States continue to allow these groups to flourish and seek for the “moderate” elements that can be embraced as a counter-balance to the “radical” elements: “We do not have a plan. They do. History shows that those that plan, anticipate and have a coherent strategy usually win. We are not winning.”

As we can see, the indigenous people of an entire continent, Europe, are being subject to an internationally organized attempt to subdue their countries and destroy their culture. What’s worse is that many of their own leaders are helping in this attempt by gradually enlarging the European Union, with free movement of people across borders, to include the Middle East and North Africa. This constitutes nothing less than one of the worst betrayals in the history of European civilization, yet the people who resist are vilified by the media.

Helle Klein

The Christian Social Democrat Helle Klein, the then political editor of Sweden’s largest newspaper Aftonbladet, during a demonstration against Islamophobia, racism and discrimination in December 2006 in Stockholm stood in front of a banner which read “A Sweden for all — Stop the Nazi violence,” warning against Islamophobia in the media. So, Islamophobia is associated with “Nazism.” Klein has repeatedly voiced sympathy for terrorist organization Hamas, the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. Hamas is a Fascist organization openly calling for mass murder of Jews. The irony of warning against “Nazi violence” while showing sympathy for an organization that wants to finish what the Nazis started apparently doesn’t strike Ms. Klein.

Maybe it’s time the public finally got to know the full story about the alleged connections between Social Democrats and the Muslim Brotherhood. Is it true that people representing the Christian Social Democrats have connections to people associated with the MB? And if it is, how come people from the Social Democratic Party can associate with an organization whose stated goal is the destruction of Western civilization, while indigenous Swedes who resist being turned into a persecuted minority in their own country are being labelled “Islamophobes and racists” by organizations supported by the Social Democrats? By which standard is that acceptable?

Those who want to can send some of these questions to:


Robert Aschberg
Daniel Poohl
Anders Dalsbro
Anna Amnéus
Alexander Bengtsson

The newspaper Expressen:

David Baas
Thomas Mattsson
Caroline Kjaergaard

Broderskapsrörelsen (The Christian Social Democrats):

Lars G Linder
Ann-Maud Anderzon
Ulf Carmesund


Anonymous said...

Thanks for this, Fjordman. What I find interesting is how LGF linked to the same article in Expressen that you did... except Charles appears to believe what is being said, which I find quite disturbing. Apparently the mainstream media is biased and reports wrong things... except when it suits him for it to be right.

allat said...

" First of all: If these people really do have neo-Nazi connections, they do not belong in a civilized party and should in my view be expelled immediately."

If only! But in case you don't know, the Nazis went underground after WWII, and were taken in, they and their families by the U.S.(Operation Paperclip) and Russia. So 2 1/2 generations later, the Nazis are still there.

The Brit Royals, then and now are pro-Nazis.

Today, the U.S. gov. and scientists are run by the scum.

So it's like closing the barn after...

The Nazis were all about control, political (physical) and now Spiritual.

That's the source of all the troubles across the Board in Eur. today.

KGS said...
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KGS said...

Many mainstream parties today in Europe as well as the Democratic party in the US, have had their hands tied to Fascism in the 30's and 40's. It was the Fascism of Mussolini, which became the model for Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal.

Yes, America was that close to giving itself in to that political ideology. and today, the Dems are still carrying on with that legacy, but it goes by another name, "Liberalism".

Fjordman once again delivers a salient stinging essay on the jackboot Leftists, EXPO, and their ideological mentors, the Swedish Social Democrats, which both ironically, have more in common with Fascism than they would ever dare to admit.

I recommend the book "Liberal Fascism" by Jonah Goldberg and especially, The Lost Literature of Socialism" by George Watson.

At least the SD has made strident efforts in divesting themselves from such riff raff, while the SDP and its cohorts still pimp for Fascist groups like Hezbollah and Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Yes, Fascism still finds bedfellows in Swedish politics, but it's the Social Democrats that have the darker secrets. And while they correctly denounce Swedish neo-Nazi groups, they ironically however, still openly lend support to Fascist Islamist movements, because as socialists, they still find something alluring to it all.

X said...
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X said...

Natalie, it gets worse still. The Expressen is the equivalent of The Daily Star or some supermarket tabloid. It's a rag. The New York Times without pretensions of grandeur. When it comes to anything other than media'n'sport it's about as reliable as... well, Dan Rather. Heh.

Allat, our royal family are not pro nazi. Some of its members, specifically Edward, were supportive of the nazis prior to 1939 when their intentions were still relatively misunderstood but by that time Edward had already been forced to abdicate. The then Crown Princess Elizabeth called Edward all sorts of very polite names in her diary after his visit to Germany in 38 and, once it became clear what the nazis were up to, Edward was blackballed. Of course if you're simply relying on their german heritage as proof of their support...

Every family has its black sheep. I have an aunt in Sweden who is convinced that the jews rule the world but that doesn't make me a jew hater, or her sister (my mother in law) and brother for that matter. To say otherwise would be guilt by association.

(reposted because of a couple of typos)

U.K. TODAY. said...


A word on this very subject here in Britain. - and as such, this goes out to all Brits - (Zenster - Archonix - and all others) - that regularly read and comment on this site.
With D-Day looming for Lionheart, Please note that Britney British has now also called it a day.

Is this our coming dawn of democracy Maxist style?.

If - after commenting on any site such as this we, as Brits try to give a view to any national newspaper or media outlet in Britain they just wont entertain our views. Please check it out - Give the most bland comment imaginable - Both your name and E-Mail address it seems, are rendered untouchable.
A politically correct British Media - or are we being tracked by Browns Big Brother?.

X said...

It'd be comforting if that was the reason my last letters didn't get published in the Times. Or Private Eye for that matter...

We haven't lived in a democracy for the last decade. We have all the trappings of democracy - voting, members of parliament, local councils and so on - but the fundamental right to choose a government that represents us is lost, and has been since maastricht. Our government resides in Brussels. And occasionally strasbourg.

Brown is simply our provincial governor, head of a vestigial government that stays in power only at the behest of the state-funded - and now EU funded - BBC and has no powers of its own. Voting rates are so low that they might as well not bother listening, with a consequence that no government since 1992 has really had a true mandate to govern. We're denied our say. An outsider (*cough*charles*cough*) might look in from their high hobby horse and loudly proclaim "how did you let it happen?! You deserve everything you get!" without seeing the seriously long game being played and the baleful influence the media have had over the whole affair. This was first planned out in 1919, and the first Coal and Steel Union treaty lays out every single goal still being worked toward almost 70 years later. By the time the internet rolled around it was already too late; every complaint about EU integration up to that point had been nursed away by the BBC, who convinced anyone who disagreed with the prevailing wisdom that they were an isolated crackpot and who lulled the rest of the population into a falsely secure sleep as one freedom after another was quietly slipped away.

My generation inherits this mess, and we are moving into a position where we should be able to change things but, thanks to the efforts of those before us, the power is already out of our hands. In the next few years there'll be talk of revolution across much of Europe, even here in the UK where revolutionary tendencies have always been muted, not from the traditional left but from the right, those on the side of freedom and individual responsibility. Expo and the Antifa are digging their own graves by courting islam and the authoritarian dictatorship of the EU. Anyone aligning with them will not have a nice time over the next few years as the proverbial starts to hit the wind turbine.

Anyone who stands for the right of a nation to define determine its own course, who stands for the rights of the individual against the state, I side with them. I don't care if they want to create their perfect little aryan utopia in a corner of some forgotten field as long as they agree with the principle of self determination.

Put that in yer pipes and smoke it, letters editors! (and that'll hopefully be the longest comment I make)

Charlemagne said...

O/T - but worth reading.

First they Came for the Gays

How do we get gays and lesbians to join the counter-jihad? It's important for us to fracture the PC establishment that gives aid and comfort to Islamization via political correctness and multiculturalism. If the gay community can be broken away they have a lot of leverage to help break away other parts of the Left like the feminists perhaps.

ole said...

I don't know about sweeden ,but in Aarhus,Denmark ,the town where I was born , somebody just stoned the offices of the denish variant of the AFA who is called "de autonome"
The battle for the control of the streets might soon begin.
My worst nightmare is NOT a blody civil war ,but rather a situation where nobody has the balls to stand up to the AFA and its cousins

Ethelred said...

As an American, it is difficult for me to imagine a Europe under what sounds like 1984-style oppression of self-expression and self-determination.

The disconnect between the middle class ("common people") and the ruling elites in both their home country and Brussels sounds like a nightmare, especially when coupled with expanding no-go Muslim controlled areas.

I shudder at the thought of Europe's future. Can this be turned around? If so, how long will it take, and how violent will it be?

In my, admittedly ignorant view, violence is inevitable because the Islamic umma does not seem to understand anything but force.

David M said...

The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the - Web Reconnaissance for 01/29/2008 A short recon of what’s out there that might draw your attention, updated throughout the check back often.

nikolai said...

I think Gays and lesbians will automatically start breaking from the PC wall over time. The nature of the enemy is a small group of (imo) Gramsci-ite Marxists whose aim is to destroy Nationalism and Christianity by stealth. They could never make a mass movement openly so they have created a secondary ideology that attracts liberals while still achieving the same purpose.

They have "tolerance" which expresses itself as banning anything Christian from schools while celebrating every other religion. They have "anti-racism" which is anti-white racism in disguise. They have "inclusion" which excludes every aspect of indigenous national identity.

The secondary ideology, ironically using Christian morality to a large extent, is political correctness.

This creates a huge internal contradiction because the secondary ideology uses the concept of "fairness" to both recruit and as an rationale while the primary ideology that directs it is based on the destruction of what it sees as ideological enemies. Hence the neccessity of complete media control. They have to keep the real facts from the mass of voters otherwise they lose. Thank God for the internet.

Another huge internal contradiction is the "rainbow coalition" that has formed around political correctness is totally incompatible with sharia law and its values. So thank God the PC left didn't realise this when it was deciding which foreign groups to swamp us with.

Henrik R Clausen said...

Wow. Amazing essay!

Uriasposten (the largest Islam-critical blog in Denmark) wrote to Expo and complained about not being listed on the list of Islamophobic blogs. He has 2000+ daily visitors and is on the list of "Most influentual Danes". He deserves a listing.

BTW, glad to see others picking up "Liberal Fascism" :)

Anonymous said...

Re Graham Dawson (Archonix):

Whoa, I didn't realise Expressen was that bad... Some people really need to check their sources before posting.

Just so you all know (if you don't already), the podcast Shire Network News interviewed the author of Liberal Fascism. I haven't actually listened to the interview yet, but I plan to soon. I subscribe to Shire Network News through iTunes. If any of you haven't listened to their podcasts, I highly suggest you do. In fact, back in October, they interviewed Filip Dewinter, which helped me form my opinion on the Vlaams Belang.

And by the way, I definitely plan to read Liberal Fascism soon. I'm actually quite interested to read it because I've always thought that fascism seemed to have more similarities to the left than the right.

Anonymous said...

It is great to see fjordman coming up with some facts about the Red Fascists,and how how have been functioning and cuddling with islamofascists in Scandinavia

Most people have forgotten how an ammunition dump was raided is Southern Sweden in the early eighties, and the explosives from this raid where found when the police in Denmark where busting the

The Blekinge Street gang

Blekinge Street (Blekingegade) was the name of a street in Copenhagen where a gigantic weapons cache and other material belonging to a Marxist group was found during the 1980’s.

The marxist group that since then has been publicly known as the Blekinge Street Gang had pulled of several successful bank robberies, and had acquired substantial amounts of money to support the communist struggle and the PLFP; enough to buy a large cache of weapons supposedly meant to be sent to the Palestinian terrorists / freedom fighters organization PFLP.

The group was arrested more or less because of bad luck; they stood trial and were convicted to several years in prison.

The Murderer of police officer Jesper Egtved Hansen still running free

During one of their robberies the Marxist gangsters shot a young police officer, Jesper Egtved Hansen but none of the seven terrorists among whom the internationally known Swiss terrorist Marc Rudin could be convicted of the murder.

They all refused to tell who had actually pulled the trigger, so nobody was ever convicted for this heinous crime.

Some of the gang members are still politically active, and some are heroes and role models for the contemporary Danish red-fascist movement around the organizations DEMOS, REDOX, Ungdomshuset, ARN, AFA and a large numbers of similar groups. 1)

After serving their rather lenient sentences, one of the murderers Thorkil Lauesen was rewarded with a high post in the municipality of Copenhagen where a sympathetic contact; Bo Asmus Keldgaard member of the Socialist Party SF, helped secure the ex con a well paid job apparently in good understanding with the dominating Social Democrat fraction and their Mayor, and without repercussions when it became public knowledge that the perpetrater of a highly politically motivated crime got the job.

1389 said...

As Fjordman correctly points out, this is a worldwide phenomenon.

No part of the non-Muslim world is exempt from "The Project":
The Hidden Jihad on Australia

Here is what it looks like when our enemies have succeeded in establishing shari'a:
Shari'a! Is THIS what we want?

1389 said...

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1389 said...

"The Project" appears to be the collective Mein Kampf of 21st-century Islam. Evidently, the devil lacks imagination and so must recycle the same few nightmare scenarios again and again.

BefriaMedia said...

Its important to note that Expo is an organization sponsored by one of the largest newspapers in Sweden, Expressen(.se). Both have used and exchanged the same writers. Expo is not only an extremist organisaton, part of the Expo family is afa and antifa. These are street terror groups that is primarly used by Expo as the street terrorwing. The primary goal is to physically attack politicians, police, immigration judges etc who oppose massimmigration or socialism/kommunism.

Expo is not a separate group from afa, they are the same but officially they pretend to be separate so Expo can solicit contributions from radical politicians and unaware individuals.

The mode of operations is that Expo will publish the address to the next person that should be targeted and the street terrorgroups of Expos that call themselves afa or antifa will execute and destroy the home listed on the Expo website. With this mode of operation Expo can claim that they only published the address to a politician and can't help if he is attacked or his home is destroyed.

Afa/antifa have so far as I am aware not killed anobody, but considering the degree of violence it is only a matter of time until someone is murdered by Expo/afa/antifa that is sponsored by Expressen.

This is an example of state, media and terror working hand in hand. The state is ignoring these groups since hardly anyone has been arrested or convicted.

Brian H. said...

Where did that picture of Stieg Larsson come from? It doesn't look anything like others.