|Klappjakt mot svenska dissidenter.|
Så väl i FaceBook, som i FlashBack, och på olika kommentarer till diverse bloggar och i olika diskussionsforum så har man fått inte uppgifter om att folk fått sparken från sina jobb efter att ha skickat pengar till Avpixlat.
Faktumet är att Aftonbladet skryter med att de ringt runt till arbetsgivare och berättat för dem att sina anställda skänkt pengar till Avpixlat. Arbetsgivarna är så klart vettskrämda av att få dålig publicitet och agerade förmodligen på det politiskt korrekta sättet som färväntas av inkvisitörerna som ringer in.
Mina läsare förstår att Sverige länge varit en ideologisk diktatur. Det är bara att detta börjar bli allt mer synligt. Fasaden börjar krackelera. Det är så klart positivt att fler svenskar förstår att de lever under förtryck. Men det är så klart mycket tråkigt, att man ska behöva stå ut med och veta att de kommande åren, kommer man att få genomlida en hel del.
Det har nu gått så långt att den internationella bloggen Gates of Vienna har nu uppmärksammat nyheten och en del annat i samband med åsiktsförtrycket som sker i Sverige. Fjordman från Norge skickar ett brev till Gates of Vienna om fallet.
"The organization Expo is — unfortunately — very powerful in Sweden today. It was founded in the mid-1990s by the now-late Marxist activist Stieg Larsson. He ironically went on to sell tens of millions of books of crime fiction after his death.
In 2007 Mona Sahlin was elected leader of the Social Democratic Party, which has been Sweden’s largest party for generations and often its dominant political force. She stepped down as party leader after losing the 2010 elections, when she was the left-wing candidate for Prime Minister.
In 2011, after having been a serious candidate for Prime Minister only a few months earlier, Sahlin joined the board of the organization Expo.
The journalist and dissident writer Ingrid Carlqvist is currently co-editor of the newspaper , along with the author and historian Lars Hedegaard. They have documented how Expo came to have a very powerful unofficial influence over the Swedish public debate on immigration, or the total lack of such. Sweden is nearly paralyzed by a climate of fear. You risk being fired from your job and socially demonized by the left-leaning press if you say anything remotely critical of mass immigration. As a matter of fact, you risk being fired without saying anything at all in public. It can be enough merely to give a small donation as a private citizen to democratic dissident websites such as Avpixlat.
Expo has contributed negatively to this totalitarian climate. Some of its harshest critics have even compared it to Stasi, the secret police in the Communist dictatorship of East Germany (DDR). The few who dare speak up against mass immigration in Sweden risk being physically attacked as well. Expo has been accused of having too close a relationship with violent left-wing organizations.
The leading Expo member Charles Westin was in 2007 editor of a book about alleged right-wing extremists. In addition to contributions by radical left-wing academics such as Mattias Gardell, it further contained a chapter written by the extremely violent left-wing organization Anti-Fascist Action (AFA).
AFA have for years staged very violent attacks on people who dare to question mass immigration or oppose Islamization. Some of their victims have been attacked with axes even in their private homes. AFA often post videos on the Internet where they brag about such attacks. They have done this with near-impunity for many years. The political establishment looks the other way.
Among AFA’s many targets have been members of the perfectly democratic and legitimate political party Sverigedemokraterna (The Sweden Democrats) These attacks have continued even after the Sweden Democrats entered the Swedish Parliament in 2010. Expo’s notable board member Daniel Poohl, who is not democratically elected, has publicly stated that it’s “not undemocratic” to deny the Sweden Democrats access to political influence.
In early 2011Mona Sahlin went directly from being the national leader of the very powerful Swedish Social Democratic Party to sitting on the board of Expo together with Charles Westin. That a leading politician sits on the board with a person who has cooperated openly with groups beating up members of a legal opposition party might have raised a few eyebrows elsewhere, but not in Sweden."