Islamist Professor finally Quits

SWEDEN. Muslim Masoud Kamali is a Professor of Sociology at the Mitt-University. Or 'was' is more accurate as he have left his job after a long conflict in which he threathened to kill the headmaster. During the time that Kamali has worked at the Mitt-University the lectures and research in the department have started to … Continue reading Islamist Professor finally Quits

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The new Government: Amanda & Åsa

SWEDEN. Two new ministers from the Green Party are especially interresting. Both of them are really naive when it comes to Islamism. One day before it became public that Amanda Lind, 38, would be the new Minister of Culture she described the former party member and minister Mehmet Kaplan as a pioneer and hero. He's an islamist who called those who traveled to fight for … Continue reading The new Government: Amanda & Åsa

Leftiest say the darndest things IV: Åsa Romson Edition

SWEDEN. Åsa Romson was the spokesperson for the Green Part and got international attention when she cried at the press conference in November 2015 when the government "closed" the borders. We are forced to temporarily adapt to reality. May be fake, but it's too good to leave out. Men emit more carbon dioxide than women. … Continue reading Leftiest say the darndest things IV: Åsa Romson Edition

Leila Doesn’t Answer

SWEDEN. Leila Ali Elmi, the Green Partys new member in parliament, doesn't seem to be able to answer the questions about her Somali campaign, because when she tried she only seemed to confirm them even more. I would like to know what she thinks about Islams treatment of women since she calls herself a feminist. … Continue reading Leila Doesn’t Answer

Taqiyya and the Buying of Votes

SWEDEN. The group leader for the Green Party in Botkyrka, Stockholm, Ali Khalil had a meeting with two representatives from the Moderate Party in July. They met in the mosque in Alby and they soon realized that this was anything but an ordinary meeting. The Moderate politicians were offered votes from the congregation in Alby (no go … Continue reading Taqiyya and the Buying of Votes

Low polls for the Socialdemocrats

SWEDEN. Elections to the swedish riksdag, city and county councils are taking place this september and new polls now show major changes compared to how people have usually voted. The Swedish Social Democratic Party (S) only got 25,2% and this is the lowest support they have ever gotten. (S) have always been the biggest party in … Continue reading Low polls for the Socialdemocrats