Posted by: bringitup | March 11, 2010

Jews flee Malmö as anti-Semitism grows

Malmö has during the last decades had a growing immigrant community and there has been much discussion over this, especially due to the fact that a large part of these immigrants are Muslims.

The pattern has been that Muslim immigrants and children born to Muslim immigrant parents, all over Europe, are likely to commit more violent crimes than the natives and there has been a growing number of Anti-Semitic incidents related to the growing Muslim communities. The frightening thing is that these Muslims, who harrass and use violence against the Jewish communities, defend their actions by claiming that this is a response to what is taking place in the Middle East and even more frightening is that many politicians, mostly Left-wing politicians, gladly have accepted this excuse – one of them is Malmö’s mayor, Social Democrat Ilmar Reepalu.

Ilmar Reepalu“Some Swedish politicians are letting them do it, including the mayor. Of course the Muslims have more votes than the Jews” were the words of Mrs Popinski, a Jewish woman living in Malmö, in a Sunday Telegraph article  (21 Feb 2010). [1]

It could be noted that Mr Reepalu, born in 1943, belongs to those individuals who were young during the time when strong Leftist winds swept over Europe’s youth and the idea of a multicultural society was one of the things that have been deeply rooted til this very day, while another was the concept of the US and all its allies, being the new Fascists of this world. And it’s much thanks to these old ideas that politicians, all over Europe,  have completely ignored the growing problems with immigration, as well as ignoring the crimes committed against the Jewish citizens in their cities, one of them being Malmö. Alternatively much of the blame has been laid upon the Jews themselves for just having a religious connection with Israel, which in other words means that “it’s justified to attack someone for merely being Jewish”.

Now Jewish citizens of Malmö are starting to leave and one of them is Marcus Eilenberg, a 32-year-old Malmö-born lawyer, who is moving to Israel in April with his young family and many other are undoubtedly going to leave in the coming years unless the Swedish politicians do something about this, which I seriously doubt. As Mrs Popinski said: There are more Muslims than Jews and that means more Muslim voters that the politicians, who want to stay in power regardless of the costs, don’t want to offend. And as it’s very likely that we’ll see a Left-wing government in Sweden after the next parliament election, the 19th of September, that the same ignorance that rules among the political elite once again will climb even higher on the ladder of power. The leader of the Social Democrats, Mona Sahlin, has praised the Muslim culture in the past, claiming that the Swedish culture is “boring”. Even if she now took a step forward and met with the Jewish community in Malmö, to discuss the growing Anti-Semitism, I’m sure that it was nothing but a show for the cameras. Once the elections are over, it will be all back to “all talk and no walk” and all the Jews will at some point have left the city and the question then is: “Who’s next?”

Sources:

Sunday Telegraph: “Jews flee city after sharp rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes”

[1] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/sweden/7278532/Jews-leave-Swedish-city-after-sharp-rise-in-anti-Semitic-hate-crimes.html

The Local: “Jews flee Malmö as anti-Semitism grows”

http://www.thelocal.se/24632/20100127/

Svenska Dagbladet: “Judarna flyr Malmö och Reepalu ser på” (The Jews flee Malmö while Reepalu looks on)

http://www.svd.se/opinion/ledarsidan/judarna-flyr-malmo-och-reepalu-ser-pa_4321093.svd

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