§317 Comments about MalmöMarch 18, 2009
A few posts ago I posted a youtube vid that was a report CBN made about Malmö. The city in Sweden where my family lives. I realised I never made any comments of my own on it. So here we go:
The report gloryfies the Sweden Democrats. I’m not going to comment that, but click it and read the wikipedia about them. It started as a racist organisation, although now it seems to do what it can to expell people with nazi views from the party.
There is a Jewish community in the city, and there is a synagogue. The fact that the synagogue hasn’t been burned down should show that the situation can’t be as bad as they depict it… I suppose the muslims and leftist come when they can expect a big thing and media coverage, like the Tennis game or the pro-Israel demonstration during the Gaza war. But during the regular day-to-day, they don’t run around burning down synagogues, or searching for jews to beat up. So no, it’s not that bad. Yet.
There are also advantages with all the muslims in Malmö. First of all, my parents tell me there are open markets where you can really feel the Middle East-ity. Like being back in Israel. There’s no problem getting falafels or hummus (I suppose, correct me if I’m wrong), and since pork is a no-no to muslims and jews alike, kosher food is easier to find. And I relly don’t understand why the report depicted “no pork in schools” as a bad thing. Christian schools should have that too. But noooo… we’re good Christians and we are released from the horrible horrible law, so we can eat as much pork as we want, and be as homosexuals as we want. Oh, no, sorry, actually that last thing we do keep. But not the pork thing. Just because.
Again, I think I went too far with my thoughts again. Sorry about that. That was really not the subject of the post. The subject is Malmö and the jews in Malmö (my family) and if they’re being beaten up in the streets or not.
My brother Joseph is 18 years old. He is totally open about being jewish, he has a blog where he is not anonymous and where he openly takes pro-Israel viewpoints and debated the controversy around the tennis game (he can’t be anonymous, he needs to advertise himself – he’s an actor, comedian and lead singer of The Sudden Moves). He has never been beaten up on the streets of Malmö for being jewish or pro-Israel. But maybe that’s because he is so awesome that no one dares to. Yes, that must be it.
Anyway, it can’t be as bad as it seems in that report.