Reprinted with permission by the GOV:
Swedish Center Party candidate believes in
ancient anti-Semitic conspiracies
NOTE: Interestingly enough, the report leaves off the candidate’s name, they wouldn’t want his anti-Semitism to be used against him now would they? KGS
According to a report posted by the Swedish state TV news program “Rapport”, a parliamentary candidate for the Center Party has proposed the remarkably original theory that Jews were responsible for both 9-11 and the Holocaust.
Our Swedish correspondent Freedom Fighter, who translated the article for Gates of Vienna, notes that the Center Party is part of the current governing coalition. His translation:
“Jews were behind September 11 and the Holocaust”A Center Party parliamentary candidate believes that Jews were behind September 11 and the Holocaust. His theories have been completely open on the Internet for years.The candidate is far, far down the list but is planning a “personvalskampanj” (a write-in campaign), to move himself up the list.Last election he stood among the top ten, even though his website has already been up for years. A website full of conspiracy theories.“I can say: think about this. Perhaps there is something more behind the conspiracy theories than what detractors say,” said the candidate for the Swedish TV news “Rapport”.The texts on the site came to him after what he describes as spiritual experiences and the need for world peace, There are also texts about a group of financier families who rule the world, and in particular are behind the Estonia disaster and the murder of Anna Lindh.He identifies a Jewish businessman as responsible for September 11. He says:“In Swedish, it is hard to understand the Jewish faith where sacrifice is needed to win something.”Also described is the Holocaust as a Jewish victim, looking to the formation of the state of Israel.“Who won WWII? The Jews! They received a state! A small remnant people, a country, it’s not a coincidence…”What you are saying is, in principle, that September 11 and World War II would be the Jewish victims of these objectives?“Just so!”The website has attracted attention in social media on the net, but the Swedish Committee Against Anti-Semitism says it is a novelty.“These are classic anti-Semitic statements, and I am upset and surprised that one of the parliamentary parties has him on their list,” says Willy Silberstein, Chairman of the Committee, to “Rapport”.The candidate himself denies that he is anti-Semitic or that the allegations about the Jewish victims are anti-Semitic.