Sweden has long since decided to commit national suicide decades ago, we are only just now seeing the fruits of that decision.
Just like in any big organizational entity, if you want to succeed within its ranks, you have to incorporate its ideology, discourse and vocabulary. We see this within the halls of the EU for an example, if you want to move up the ranks, you have to be a team player, or be relegated to the periphery like UKIP’s truth telling leader, Nigel Farage, for an example.
Jewish leaders of Sweden are now in a pickle, foolishly believing that multiculturalism would offer them (and other minorities) a buffer from traditional anti-Jewish forces, are now faced with an exponential explosion of Jew hatred from the state’s most prized pet project, Islamic immigrants.
They are also facing irrational hatred by those who (falsely and foolishly) accuse them of being the sole orchestrators of multiculturalism, when it has been a collection of different political forces on the Left, and pseudo conservative (throw-ins) on the Right. All of them supporting it for varying reasons. But it has been a de facto Leftist agenda/policy.
The antisemitism now very prevalent is then downplayed by the Swedish government, politicians, bureaucracy, media and academia, in much the same way as Muslim rape/sex grooming gangs were in the UK. The battle against antisemitism was lost the day multiculturalism was embraced, and the policy of mass immigration instituted, with a well indoctrinated and intimidated populace nodding its head in approval.
In one of the most shocking recent anti-Semitism episodes to emerge, a Jewish-Israeli woman referred to as ‘A’ who emigrated to Sweden 39 years ago, has claimed she was fired from a teaching post for being Jewish.
After just a week’s employment at the school in Malmö, the principal told ‘A’ there could be problems because of her origins. “It won’t be easy for you here. Most of the Swedish students are racists. They hate everybody, but especially the Jews, so it’s very possible you’ll ‘get it’ from both the Swedish and the Arab students.” He suggested she find a different job, far from any school.
Annika Hernroth-Rothstein, a Swedish-Jewish activist well-known in the country for her pro-Israel activism and both personal and public battles against anti-Semitism in Europe, told The Algemeiner that, “Malmö is lost to us. And by that I mean Sweden, not merely Jews. This is a city that represents an accelerated version of what we see going on in the rest of the country and the continent today.”
Hernroth-Rothstein said that Swedish municipalities have started segregating communal swimming pools, due to the complaints by young women that immigrant men molest them when they go swimming. This, she said, “is how Sweden responds to the violation of human rights and transgression of the Swedish law — it adapts to the perpetrator and abandons the victim, and I see the same thing happening to us Jews in Sweden today. Indeed, the teacher in question will likely receive neither a public apology nor compensation, but she is asked to adapt to the perpetrators and accept this reality. There is no excuse for this travesty of justice.”