Dispatch International 14 August 2012
By Patrik Nyberg
Tales of ritual murder most foul were circulated by Uppsala University but the media didn’t investigate
Sweden provides unique opportunities for people to scrutinize the authorities and their actions. The principle of public access gives citizens the right to inspect what the authorities do, and it is easier to check out court documents than in most other countries.
Despite this, Swedish media are remarkably unwilling to investigate the judiciary. It is very rare for journalists to try to get to the bottom of smoldering legal scandals. Instead they prefer silence.
First of all, we were "outnumbered" because we had to conduct our rally surrounded by police vans and police in riot gear -- not because we were violent, but because of the bloodthirsty leftist hoodlums who were screaming their bloodlust and doing everything they could to break through the police lines and do physical harm to the freedom fighters present.
FrontPage Magazine 2 August 2012
By Robert Spencer
I’ve written many times about how mainstream media reporters no longer try to maintain even the appearance of fairness, but approach those trying to resist the jihad and Islamic supremacism in the name of freedom and human rights as if the reporters’ job was to put us on trial and convict us before the world. Meanwhile, when they deal with Islamic supremacists such as the Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf or Reza Aslan, they fawn all over them. A particularly egregious example of this is over at Atlas Shrugs today, where the Swedish "journalist,” Eigil Söderin, editor of ETC, www.etc.se, sent Pamela Geller a series of questions related to our Freedom March and the "First Worldwide Counter-Jihad Action in Stockholm on August 4.
Gates of Vienna 23 July 2012
Here’s another news brief from the backlog that accumulated while I was in Brussels. It’s from our Swedish correspondent PMP, and concerns a recent decision by the Swedish government to extend "free” health care to all illegal immigrants.
As with similar decisions by the American government concerning "undocumented” migrants from Latin America, the ruling renders the distinction between legal and illegal immigration all but meaningless.
Citizen Warrior 17 July 2012
NOT ONLY ARE are some people killing non-Muslims in the name of Islam (in impressive numbers) but some are doing something less newsworthy but potentially more disconcerting: Demanding and gaining concessions from non-Muslims, and slowly encroaching on democratic freedoms with the end-goal of establishing Sharia law in Western democracies (and already succeeding). This must be stopped and your help is needed.
Liberties Alliance 16 July 2012
Ingrid Carlqvist was born in Stockholm. After graduating from Gothenburg University (journalism) in 1981, she worked as a reporter for Nordvastra Skanes Tidningar in Helsingborg.
In 1987 she moved on to Kvallsposten in Malmö where she stayed for twelve years, first as a reporter and then as a news editor. She was the first woman ever in the editorial management for Kvallsposten.
Liberties Alliance 16 July 2012
Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Friends of Free Speech,
its a very great honor for me and I’m proud to be here in Brussels and to speak to you representing the foremost German Human Rights Organisation that stands for the preservation of freedom and democracy against Islamic supremacism, the Citizens Movement PAX EUROPA. Thank you very much, Elisabeth, Alain, Chris, Ned and my dear friend Henryk and all of You.
International Civil Liberties Alliance 12 July 2012
On 9 July, the International Civil Liberties Alliance presented an International Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Conference in the European Parliament in Brussels. Over 100 people from numerous, countries, cultures, and backgrounds took part in this milestone event at which Lars Hedegaard of the Danish Free Press Society received the "Defender of Freedom” award.
FrontPage Magazine 28 June 2012
In his 2008 book Et Delt Folk ("A Nation Divided”), The Danish historian and writer Morten Uhrskov Jensen carefully went through publicly available sources. He demonstrated that the opening up of his country for mass immigration was arranged by just part of the population, sometimes in the face of considerable popular opposition.
Roughly speaking, those representing the political and media establishment and the upper classes were in favor of open borders, whereas those from the lower classes were often opposed. This divide is viewed by those from the upper segments of society as caused mainly by racism, prejudice, ignorance and xenophobia.