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Sweden: How long can the good times last?

The Swedish economy has held up surprisingly well in the first half of 2018. We still think a slowdown is coming though. By – Jonas Goltermann Growth has remained strong For some time now, we and most other forecasters have been expecting the Swedish economy to slow down. After several years of strong growth, driven in large part by a booming ...

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9 Stories on Radical Islam Buried by Mainstream Media

During a show about celebrities, a Turkish TV station edited out the cross on Selena Gomez’s necklace. (Apparently, her bare shoulders didn’t bother Islamist sensibilities like a Christian symbol did.) A convert to Islam who was fired from his job as a high school principal in Australia due to suspicions he was radicalizing students is now in a teaching position again at a ...

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Sweden to censorship of online “illegal material” to secure Swedish parliamentary elections

The government is planning a meeting where they will require network giants like Facebook and Google to remove “offensive” material from their platforms.  By – Brünnhilde Facebook has chosen to not participate in the government’s planned meeting. Last week, Minister of Digitalization Peter Eriksson (MP) threatened to tighten laws against online giants such as Google and Facebook to remove unwanted persuasive ...

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20 milestones of Swedish War on Free Speech

Apparently, turning in fellow Swedes to the authorities for alleged “hate speech” is now viewed in Sweden as “heroic”.”One can criticize fascism or Nazism, but why not Islam? Why should Islam have any protection status?” By – Judith Bergman Denny, a 71-year-old pensioner, on trial for “incitement to hatred”.Instead of using its limited resources to protect its citizens from the violent ...

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Good Night, and Good Luck: Freedom of speech in Sweden

At the center of the movie “Good Night, and Good Luck” is legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow. Murrow was one of the first reporters who started in-depth interviews on his show “Person To Person,” where he interviewed everybody from politicians to movie stars. The movie can be seen both as a historical account of McCarthyism in the United States, but ...

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Swedenstan to finance censorship on social media following #Jagarher’s wishes

In November, the Society News revealed close contact between the Government Offices and the organization #Jagärhär – an organization that has made its name by silencing silent opinion makers and journalists critical of the government by shutting down their Facebook social media accounts, as a result of mass reports from the organization’s members. By – Brünnhilde Today we can report to ...

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Sweden’s Government Censorship

In the report, placing the word “refugees” in quotation marks, as well as “unaccompanied children,” is supposedly an expression of “hate”. (Many, if not most, migrants classified as “unaccompanied children” have turned out to be grown men). Via: Judith Bergman  Government agencies are going out of their way to protect the “integrity” of possible jihadists out of concern for a “democratic ...

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Fury in Norway as Facebook blocks ‘Napalm Girl’ pic

Facebook censorship is under fire in Norway after a well-known author and a news editor were banned from the social media behemoth for posting the icon Vietnam War photo of Kim Phuc, best known as the ‘Napalm Girl’. The whole thing began around two weeks ago when author and journalist Tom Egeland says he was banned from Facebook for violating ...

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