Is the museum about the genocide of Europe's Jews a way for the Swedish government to buy a good conscience? Last summer the government appointed an inquiry to create a museum about the Holocaust in Sweden. The museum would "carry on the memory of the Holocaust". But is it not already happening in many ways? Are there no museums about … Continue reading With Immigration From the Middle East, We Got the Conflicts of the Middle East
GP Editorial. A man in a safety vest has been found dead, shot in the head. And now Karin has to tell her boy that someone has been murdered in his schoolyard. “The leafy, refurbished playground he has been so happy to hang out in is now cordoned off. "We are now many, many who … Continue reading What do You Say to a Ten-Year-Old Who Has Had His Schoolyard Turned Into a Murder Scene?
(Translation of Jörgen Huitfeldt chronicle in Kvartal) There is something that does not work with the claim of responsibility in Sweden. It is a common thread that runs all the way from the politician who in vague words says what needs to be done without ensuring that it is done, to the authority that fails … Continue reading Sweden – a Country Without Leadership and Authority
(Translation of Jörgen Huitsfieldts chronicle in Kvartal) So it has finally caught up with us. The realization that something is really going wrong in Sweden. What else can it be called when 12-year-olds are killed in drive-by shootings, when women are shot to death with their babies in their arms, when teenage boys are mocked and raped … Continue reading “We Live in a New Normal Situation That Only a Few Decades Ago Would Have Appeared as a Bad Dream”