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Wellcome to Ramallmö

Here follows an article published in The Weekly Standard in its whole. Some comments made by me are within brackets, any bold text are also made by me.

"This is how it was last time too," said a Holocaust survivor, when she was escorted from Malmö's main square by the police. "We had to leave the square, while they got to stay."

On January 27th, it had been almost a month since the Israeli military operation Cast Lead was launched in Gaza. A couple of hundred people, mostly Jews, had gathered in Sweden's third largest city, Malmö, to show their support for Israel. Their slogans--"Israel's right to self defense" and "Compassion with all civilian victims"--were met with shouts of "Sieg Heil" and "Damn Jews" by a group of mainly Arab and left-wing counter protesters. Stones, eggs, and bottles were thrown, and when a home-made bomb was fired at the Jewish group police finally decided to evacuate. The pro-Israeli protesters fled, while children ran after them with cell phones to report back into the crowd where the Jews were heading.

One protester I spoke with was among those who refused to run. "I already left Poland forty years ago," she said. "They will not chase me away this time."

Last Saturday, roughly a month after the mob met Jews off Malmö's main square, the city was again shaken by riots. Seven thousand activists gathered to stop a Davis Cup match between Sweden and Israel, and the demonstration march was also a manifestation of the ideological confusion that has become the trademark of the Swedish pro-Palestinian movement. Hamas flags and headbands could be spotted next to banners supporting communist groups and feminist causes.

[Funny how the extreme left (including the nazis and the izlamnazis) allways walk hand in hand, sometimes saying they are anti- fascists while having opted for a fascist ideology and using fascist violent methodes to get their message out!]


protesters were met by the largest Swedish riot squad since the anti-globalization riots convulsed the city of Gothenburg in 2001. In order to take on radical Islamists, left-wing extremists, and a small group of neo-Nazis that had announced that they too wanted to show their resentment toward Israel, the Swedish police prepared with 1,000 officers, helicopters, police vehicles on loan from neighboring Denmark, and a platoon of "dialogue officers." Dressed in yellow vests, the specially educated dialogue police officers were on hand to sooth the violent extremists. But despite the preparation, the police could not prevent rioting.

On their end, left-wing Swedish politicians worked to grant legitimacy to the protests. After war broke out in Gaza, a majority in the local Malmö council decided that no audience would be allowed at the Davis Cup games between Sweden and Israel. The representative of the Left Party (as the Communist Party was rechristened in 1990) made it clear that the decision was due to Israel's "genocide" against the people of Gaza.

The popular mayor of Malmö, Ilmar Reepalu, who is often referred to by the nickname "Malmö's strong man," is one of the most influential figures of the Social Democratic Party. He told the assembled media before the match that, were it up to him, Israel wouldn't be allowed to participate at all. "This is not a match against just anyone," he explained. "It is a match against the state of Israel."

Sweden hasn't subjected a country to a sports boycott since South Africa was barred from playing in the country during Apartheid. But Malmö's "strong man" has changing demography to consider. Of Malmö's 287,000 inhabitants, 50,000 are Muslim and 30,000 are of Arab origin. In 2004, the most common name for baby boys in the city was Mohammed. These population changes, of course, have far-reaching political implications. Or as Reepalu put it, when explaining the motivation for the Davis Cup boycott, "A large part of Malmö's population comes from the Middle East. Many have relatives in Gaza who have gotten in trouble. They are frustrated and angry with Israel's occupation." [Reepalu knows of course that an overwhelming majority of the immigrants is voting for his party- the Social Democrates.]

The heart of Muslim and Arab life in Malmö lies in the Rosengård district, located within walking distance from the city center. When the neighborhood, whose name means "rose garden," was built in the late 1960's it was a symbol of the ruling Social Democrats new egalitarian society.

Today Rosengård's population consists to nearly 90 percent of immigrants, originating mainly from Palestine, former Yugoslavia, Lebanon, Iraq, and Poland. Unemployment hovers around 38 percent, and 20 percent of the population subsists on welfare. [Actually the unemployment numbers are much, much higher than this. What's not being accounted for is that any immigrant who goes through SFI (Swedish For Immigrants) and those who are in "special governemt activities" does not count as unemployed. Among the muslim group, unemployment are calculated to be as high as 90%!] It is a neighborhood where fire fighters dare not go without police escort. The fire brigade has responded to assaults against its trucks by developing a new "methods of dialogue" with Rosengård's youths.

In December, the neighborhood was shaken by violent riots after a so-called basement mosque was not extended a new lease agreement. In response, local youths occupied the mosque, set cars on fire, and fired rockets at the police. In the Swedish media the riots were largely described as an expression of frustration and anger, due to social inequalities. [Actually, there does not take much for the "youths" of Rosengård to start rioting. The author takes up one exaple in December; but she could just as easily picked any month of the year.]

But Rosengård lies in the world's most generous welfare state. Those who cannot provide for themselves and their families have a right to social welfare, which according to Swedish law must cover the cost for food, clothes, shoes, leisure activities, health and hygiene, health care and medicines, a daily newspaper, a phone, living expenses, electricity, commuting to work, home insurance, membership in a workers' union and unemployment insurance. The frustrated and angry youngsters in Rosengård get health care at a minimal cost,

ree dental care, free school, and free college and university education, with the right to student benefits and loans. Social inequality is, therefore, a poor model for explaining not only a rise in crime the neighborhood has seen in the last few years, but also in political radicalization.

This way Rosengård not only stands as a monument over the once so egalitarian ambitions of the Swedish Social Democracy. The neighborhood has also become a symbol for the fact that too many of the country's Arab immigrants have brought anti-democratic values from their home countries; values that neither "dialogue police" nor the world's most generous welfare system has been able cure. And it is also becoming a symbol of a Western country that is prepared to compromise with those values.

During the war in Gaza, leading Social Democratic politicians, among them the opposition leader Mona Sahlin, appeared at protests where Israeli flags were burned and the Hamas and Hezbollah flag were waived openly. Sahlin, a woman who calls herself a feminist, seems to have calculated that photos of her under the Hamas and Hezbollah banners would benefit rather than harm her party. That way, Swedish politicians are also tacitly legitimizing the violence and harassment that the Jewish community is subject to. As a consequence, Swedish Jews feel increasingly unsafe.

Two weeks after Jews were chased from the main square in Malmö under cries of "Hitler, Hitler, Hitler," the Jewish community decided to organize a second demonstration. This time the police were prepared for violent counterprotests, and swiftly placed their buses between the two groups as soon as they saw signs of aggression. And this time, the Jews got to stay on the square.

One protester, a computer consultant in his mid-fifties, had still armed himself with a knife for the demonstration. His grown-up children, who had never before seen their father carry a weapon, wondered if he even knew what he would do with it.

"What do you mean what will I do with it?" he said with his thick Polish accent. "I will give you time to run."

Paulina Neuding is an editorial page contributor to the Stockholm daily Svenska Dagbladet.


Kurt Lundgren

I have often cited Kurt lundgren on this blog. Look down three and and four blogposts. When I haven't directly translated his alsters- he have often given me inspiration to my own.

He had one of the sharpest pens in the blogosphere, never afraid to say what he thought, especially about the high and mighty and other things that ticked him off (like for instance the growing izlamasation of Sweden).

He was funny and witty. Sometimes it was hard to know if he was joking or just being sarcastic.

After decades of being a journalist he had mastered the art of research and had a vast knowledge of a number of different areas.

Often one of the first blogs I read in the morning was his- Östra Ölands Fria Horisont. Go there if you know Swedish or just like to see some excellent pictures taken by Kurt (and his wife).

The last post he did was on Thusday 19:th at aprox 6:30 in the morning. Later that day he died.

Allthough I never had the chance to meet him in real life, it feels like I knew him. He will be missed by many. My thoughts goes to his wife.

RIP (if you can- I know you!)

New Rosengård fires 'revenge': police

[It feels like Iraq or some other arab country. I like it here in Malmö]

Police in Malmö claim a recent wave of deliberately set fires in the city’s heavily-immigrant
Rosengård neighbourhood constitutes an act of retaliation for recent arrests.

Almost every night this week, emergency services in Malmö have had to contend with young people throwing rocks, bottles, and eggs as crews ventured into Rosengård to put out fires set around the neighbourhood.

Late Thursday night into Friday, several dumpsters and a communal recycling station were set ablaze. Around 40 police officers were called in before firefighters could begin putting out the fire.

There were no injuries, although two young people were detained for refusing to move when instructed.

Police have made significant strides recently in neutralizing some of the more influential criminals in the crowded neighbourhood.

“According to our intelligence, the fires and stone throwing are directed toward us. The trigger is that we’ve succeeded in picking up five important figures from the criminal network which is ravaging the area. They are now being subject to a number of measures,” said Börje Aronsson of the Rosengård neighbourhood police force to the TT news agency.

Prior to Thursday night’s fires, people have set fire to cars, as well as rubbish bins in stairwells and basements, only to launch attacks on firefighters when they arrive to extinguish the flames.

In addition to firefighters, park and road workers and other contractors have also had rocks thrown at them.

Aronsson attributes the violence in part to the crowded living conditions in the area as well as the social exclusion that results.

“Rosengård is built for 5,400 people. But between 8,000 and 9,000 people live here. Children and young people don’t stay at home but instead are out late into the evenings and sometimes well into the middle of the night,” he said.

In the most troubled section of the area, Herrgården, adult [un]employment stands at 86 percent, leaving most of the residents dependent on social welfare payments.

“That’s a catastrophic figure,” said Aronsson.

TT/The Local ( 656 6518)

What is not said is that Rosengård is one of the most muslim infested areas in Sweden. Car and container burnings are made on a daily/nightly basis. The police themselves need police escort when going in to the area!


World hour

On March 28, between 20:30n and 21:30 millions of people will turn off their lights in a manifestation for the climate. "The earth hour". When all these people later will turn on their lights again they will overload the powergrid to the extent that the wind turnines will start going backwards and start sucking up power instead of generating it!

A Canadian science team who was on the Arctic pack ice to measure the melting of it due to the "Global Warming" had to be air rescued because of the extreme cold with temperatures belowe -40C.

I'm going to turn on an extra light. Maybe that will save a polar bear or two- and possibly a doussin of lemmings...

A tip of the turban to Kurt Lundgren

EU idioticy

What follows is so idiotic that it can only have one source, namely: EU.

In a memorandum called "Gender neutral language", the EU parlamentaries are forbidden to use words like; Fröken/Fru, Mr/Mrs, Madame/Mademoiselle, Frau/Fräulin, Senor/Senorita etc. Every word with "Man" in it is proposed to be forbidden.

You cant use words like "Sportsmen" instead you should use "Athlets".

Statesmen is a no-no, instead you should say political leader. Likewise are forbidden words like firemen, man-made, hostess, headmaster, policemen etc. All because of the EU:s language police.

As the Englishmen say's it- You can't make it up!

Now that Marit Paulsen is going to Brussel for the FP- Wonder if you can call her "Bitch"?

A tip of the turban to Kurt Lundgren


An Arab-Made Misery

International donors pledged almost $4.5 billion in aid for Gaza earlier this month. It has been very painful for me to witness over the past few years the deteriorating humanitarian situation in that narrow strip where I lived as a child in the 1950s.

The media tend to attribute Gaza's decline solely to Israeli military and economic actions against Hamas. But such a myopic analysis ignores the problem's root cause: 60 years of Arab policy aimed at cementing the Palestinian people's status as stateless refugees in order to use their suffering as a weapon against Israel.

As a child in Gaza in the 1950s, I experienced the early results of this policy. Egypt, which then controlled the territory, conducted guerrilla-style operations against Israel from Gaza. My father commanded these operations, carried out by Palestinian fedayeen, Arabic for "self-sacrifice." Back then, Gaza was already the front line of the Arab jihad against Israel. My father was assassinated by Israeli forces in 1956.

It was in those years that the Arab League started its Palestinian refugee policy. Arab countries implemented special laws designed to make it impossible to integrate the Palestinian refugees from the 1948 Arab war against Israel. Even descendants of Palestinian refugees who are born in another Arab country and live there their entire lives can never gain that country's passport. Even if they marry a citizen of an Arab country, they cannot become citizens of their spouse's country. They must remain "Palestinian" even though they may have never set foot in the West Bank or Gaza.

This policy of forcing a Palestinian identity on these people for eternity and condemning them to a miserable life in a refugee camp was designed to perpetuate and exacerbate the Palestinian refugee crisis.

So was the Arab policy of overpopulating Gaza. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, whose main political support comes from Arab countries, encourages high birth rates by rewarding families with many children. Yasser Arafat said the Palestinian woman's womb was his best weapon.

Read it all

Indeed it is true. What ever misery the Gazan's have brought upon them are arab- made. Not even the Egyptian arabs eant anything to do with their own kin at the strip. Apologists tend to talk about the wall between Gaza and Israel, but never condemns the wall between Gaza and Egypt.

Wonder why?...



Here it is. The non competetive Eurovision shlager song that has caused a diplomatic crises between Sweden and Russia.




I am working very hard right now and have a funeral coming up on Friday, so I'm a bit busy right now. I will start being more frequent after all this is over.


Nigel Farage on who's who in the EU commission

Video (3:03)

The EU commission is a joke- litterally...


Is this "Solidarity"?

The Swedish government has implemented ambitious tax reforms. However, the average taxpayer still pays three out of five earned kronor in taxes. And the public is still unaware of the extent of taxation.

In a survey conducted a few years ago it was shown that the majority of Swedes vastly underestimate the amount of taxes they pay. Half of those questioned for the survey believed that they paid 36 percent or less in taxes. Many do not know that the so-called hidden taxes are approximately as high as the visible taxes.

In Denmark political parties to the left and the right have agreed on implementing a tax reform that means the highest marginal rate of tax on labour will be reduced to below 50 percent next year. The same tax rate is 57 percent in Sweden. If hidden taxes are also included, the total highest marginal tax rate on labour is a full 74 percent in Sweden.

Now- not everybody has a 74% marginal tax. Most people does not pay governmental taxes for instance. But the average tax pressaure for the average Svev Svensson is about 57% (including payroll tax and social taxes + excise taxes). And that is after the alliances tax cuts!

Where does the money go?

I know that several sweet millions of the taxpayers money goes to places like Russia (whom is sitting on the second greatest cash reserve in the world), and other fine places like Gaza, the West Bank, North Korea, China, Cuba, Venezuela and Zimbabwe amongst other places.

My tax money at work!

And our seniors are being fed slobber at the senior service centers, which they have to pay for never the less.

We also have one of the most expensive tax payd health care systems in the world. But do we then also get the best health care? Well we can look at it like this. Everyone that can afford it or are willing to take a loan goes abroad for health and dental care. There are actually charter trips to countries like Estonia where you can get care fast, cheap and proffessionally, often by doctors that have been edjucated in Sweden- edjucation that is free! They actually get paid for it. With whos money? MINE!

Read it all.


Davis Cup

This weekend the Davis Cup tournament will be played between Israel and Sweden.
"Activists" has promised- or threatened- with mass demonstrations, against Israel of course.

The arrangeures says that they want "a peaceful demonstration", something all with more than two braincells knows will not happen.

Together with the leftist extremists (AFA and the likes) will also neo nazis march along and protest. Of course, the nazis are also extreme leftists, something that is easily forgotten by not only the other falanges but also by the MSM.

It's not the first time it has happened. During the 2006 conflict between Israel and hezbollah, there were nazi marches in Gothenburg to support "the victims of Israelian agression".

When will people in general understand that nazis and the other falanges of the extreme left are children of the same mother. They share the same ideology, they even dress the same way! They use the same violent methods to get to their goals. The only thing that differs is that they also hate eachother. That! Is what it's all about; hate, hate, hate...


Rock the Casbah

A7 Em7
Now, the king told the boogie men,

G7 Dm7
you have to let that raga drop.

A7 Em7
The oil down the desert way

G7 Dm7
has been shaking to the top.

A7 Em7
The sheik he drove his cadillac

G7 Dm7
he went a cruisin down the ville.

A7 Em7
The Muezzin was a standing

On the radiator grille.


Dm7 A7 G7
Shareef don't like it.

Em7 Fmaj7 Em7 A7
Rock the Casbah. Rock the Casbah.

Dm7 A7 G7
Shareef don't like it.

Em7 Fmaj7 Em7 A7
Rock the Casbah. Rock the Casbah.

By order of the prophet
We ban that boogie sound.
Degenerate the faithful
With that crazy Casbah sound.
But the Bedouin, they brought out the electric camel drum.
The local guitar picker got his guitar picking thumb.
As soon as the Shareef had cleared the square,
They began to wail.


Now over at the temple
Oh, they really pack em in.
The in crowd say it's cool
To dig this chanting thing.
But as the wind changed direction
and the temple band took five
The crowd got a whiff
Of that crazy casbah jive.


The king called up his jet fighters,
He said, you better earn your pay.
Drop your bombs down between the minarets
Down the casbah way.
As sson as the Shareef was chauffered out of there,
The jet pilote tuned to the cockpit radio blare.
As soon as the Shareef was outta their hair
The jet pilots wailed.

Chorus to extro.


What about old aunts?

My son has stayed at my sisters over the weekend. His maternal grand mother passed away a couple of days ago, and he did not want to go there just yet. I had to take some responsibility and had to go there, fixing things.

When I called my sister this morning I asked how it all had went, she said that all had been fine, even though the poor thing had to take care of her own two grand children aswell as my son.

She said that the boys had a drag, and I told her to stop my son when he had run in to a wall for the 20:th time.

She told me that at the kitchen table- when eating brakfast- my son wanted to make himself a sandwich. She said to him (when he was trying to spread butter on it) that "it was probably better that she would do it insted. Because the butter was hard and it would be hard for small boys hands to spread it".

My son took a long look at her and said: "What about old aunts then?"
My sister is 52...