About Sweden vs Israel? Page 2
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"The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense. The sword is more important than the shield and skill is more important than either. The final weapon is the brain. All else is supplemental." - John Steinbeck
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Yeah, there you go, pull out of a peace keeping operation because a nation that has been occupying a foreign nation's territories for fifty years will be there. They won't know anything about peace keeping operations, will they? (Well, supressing the local population, whatever.)
Please note that 98% of what I say is my opinion and/or my "version" of the facts. Most of what I say is rumor with little to no evidence to back it up, just something I picked up somewhere.
|April 29th, 2006||#14|
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It is also widely believed that Swedish government sells filtering equipments to Iranian regime to block access to political web sites and also has taught the Iranian security officers on interrogation tactics.
Sweden, while seems to be a free country, has had a dark history of siding with totalitarian regimes as well.
|April 29th, 2006||#15|
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I am afraid that the I have to re-adjust my views here. So Sweden (one of the most docile countries that I know) pulled out of the operation because of a lingering anti-semitimistic influence, fed by extreme islamic influences from within and a long tradition of condoning totalitarian regimes? Are we sure that we are talking about the same Sweden; the one between Norway and Finland?
A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject.
Sir Winston Churchill
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I read an editorial printed in the Swedish newspaper "Aftonbladet", where the writer said Sweden shall continue to support and train with any nation with a legally elected democratic gouvernment - but not Israel... And that's it, no futher explanation made...
Yes Ted, it is the same Sweden we're talking about - and I share your questioning!
Per Qualitatem Optimum Robur
|April 29th, 2006||#19|
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Back to topic...
I dont know if we can say that they pulled out because of the muslims in-county. I mean, france stayed in... and they (if i am correct) have a higher percentage of muslims than sweden. It seems like theres another reason, but I dont know what it is.
Qui tacet consentire.
Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum.
Nec Aspera Terrent.
Vir sapit qui pauca loquitur.
|April 29th, 2006||#20|
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Sorry I'm just not politically correct to hide whats going on. I didn't mean that statement on Germans as a whole (I actually like Germans), unless of course they choose to do the same thing. I just think people should see what is really going on in this case, it is out there and it is going on.
Could it be these reasons....
Responding to gang-rapes of Swedish women by Muslim immigrants, a man was sentenced to 2 months in prison for writing "I don't think I am alone in feeling sick when reading about how Swedish girls are raped by immigrant hordes.
A man emailed public officials that he opposed housing subsidies for Arabs because he thought they were criminals. Avoided prison by paying fine of 10% of his pre-tax income.
[Anybody who talks anti-Muslim in Sweeden gets jailed! The skyrocketing of rapes of Swedish women mostly done by Muslim immigrants, that is largely being ignored is another story]
Islamic law used by secular Swedish court
...The Swedish court declared that they adapted themselves to “Iranian law” in this matter. Since laws in the Islamic Republic of Iran are based upon Islamic religious law, it basically means that a secular, Swedish court thus judged according to sharia in this marriage dispute. Now, this may all sound cozy and multicultural and respectful of other people’s cultures. The question is: Do the people passing this ruling have any idea what kind of dangerous precedent they may be setting?...
Ikea manuals sexist, says Norwegian PM
According to Norway's prime minister, Kjell Magne Bondevik, the Swedish furniture giant is guilty of stereotyping because only men are shown assembling furniture in its instruction booklets.
"This isn't good enough," the prime minister told the Oslo daily Verdens Gang.
He claimed to be unimpressed by the company's argument that it did not want to offend Muslims by depicting women building beds, sofas and those ubiquitous bookcases.
It seems the Sweeden has this politically correct catering to Muslims going too far, it is evident enough here. You have Swedish courts and even Ikea Sweden's biggest furniture maker all bowing to this trend. Its not a great leap to see why Sweden would leave a military exercise involving Israel, when it is well known that Muslims absolutely hate Jews and Israel.
But... if there is another reason, I don't know what that is either. Maybe they were forced to watch that Jewish movie "Yentl" starring Barbra Streisand, if I was forced to watch it over and over I would do the same thing too.
Last edited by gladius; April 29th, 2006 at 20:52..