Skip to comments.Swedish editor defends Sharon-Hitler comparison
Posted on 01/16/2014 7:47:09 AM PST by pabianice
BERLIN Isaac Bachman, Israels ambassador to Sweden, slammed Per Jönsson, an associate editor at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), on Tuesday for comparing the military policies of the late Ariel Sharon to the Nazi regime.
Efraim Zuroff, the chief Nazi-hunter of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and director of its Jerusalem office, weighed in on the row, saying Jönssons statements likely come from anti-Semitism, a dislike of the Jewish state or both.
Writing on his Facebook page, Bachman said Jönsson continues to ride over Israels back on his way to fame. I guess he has not forgotten but just ignored the fact that the Nazis were engaged in a genocide, with no provocation on behalf of their totally innocent victims, while Israel from its very first day of independence is defending itself from cruel and unceasing terrorism, and organized hatred towards Jews and Israelis alike.
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I wonder when Mr. Johsson will get around to comparing the Obama Administration to the Nazi Regime? Much more fertile ground, I would think.
The Swedes have evolved into a race of gutless, spineless, ball-less eunuchs intimidated inot insanity by the Muslim invaders they invited into their country to loot, plunder, rape and kill.
Sweden was still practicing Nazi eugenics well into the 70s and 80s.
Yes but they think they are the most superior beings on the planet... not all... just most.
The women are superior LOOKING but that’s about it.
What makes my teeth grind is that I know, as the Swedes will never admit admit, that Sweden became a rich nation during world war two by trading with Hitler. Their whole welfare state is based on this ill-gotten gains. Ditto Switzerland.
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