Wednesday, 18 December 2013
Unknown assailants set off an explosive device at the home of a Sweden Democrat politician in the south on Tuesday. The blast peeled off the inside of the door, but left the three people inside unharmed.

"At the moment, this has been classified as vandalism that endangers the public (allmänfarlig ödeläggelse)," Michael Carlzon, Malmö police spokesman, told Sveriges Television (SVT). "Usually when it comes to explosives, it is classified as aggravated assault, but that could change."

The police said there were no registered threats against the man or his family. The victim was recently outed by the tabloid Expressen, which published the names of several Sweden Democrat party representatives who had left controversial comments on sites such as Avpixlat. Among other statements, he said Swedes had to take up arms to "defend their country", SVT reported.

"The man in the family represents the Sweden Democrats, but we don't have a motive nor a suspect," Carlzon said.

Forensic officers scoured the blast-damaged door and the flat for clues, while police spoke with neighbours.

The Expressen newspaper reported that the family had been taken to a safe location by the police.

Sweden Democrat party secretary Björn Söder told SVT the blast could be due to the recent revelations made public by Expressen and the leftwing Researchgruppen team of investigative reporters.

"It's easy to think this is a consequence of the Expressen campaign, where a number of Sweden Democrats were hung out to dry," Söder told SVT.
Source: The Local

This is not surprising as the "research group" the Jewish-owned Expressen newspaper has worked with to expose people with anti-immigration views consists of a bunch of far-left extremists with criminal records and a history of violence.
Expressen's managing editor Thomas Mattsson describes Research Group as ambitious journalists that he liked to work with. But Friatider's investigatin shows that the group's most prominent figures - Martin Fredriksson, Mathias Wagner and Carl Tullgren - all have criminal records extremists.

"But ... Violence is fun, "writes Fredriksson under the pen name "1915" in Flashback.

When Expressen wanted to identify anti-immigrant people online they chose to work with the so-called "Researchgruppen" [Research Group]. Last week, the newspaper exposed several individuals who were described as "internet haters" and "misogynists". The data came from an opinion directory containing data about 6000 people, which Researchgruppen had compiled for Expressen.

The driving force of the Research Group is Martin Fredriksson, who was convicted of crimes of violence against political opponents, and say he enjoys violence. He reported having been involved in terror network AFA between 1999 and 2002, an organisation that he still refuses to renounce. Several of Fredriksson's colleagues in the Researchgruppen are also left-wing extremists with a criminal history.
Source: Friatider


Christer said...

"Carl Customs Branch" haha!

His name is "Carl Tullgren".

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Oops. I missed that.

Roni said...

I don’t know on what nasty business the editors of the Swedish newspaper ‘Expression’ are working on. Personally, I thing the owners of Expression are working very closely with the ‘Red – Green’ Swedish government and the multicultural elite of policy makers. The present elite knows damn well that time for them is running out. They fear to their bones the ‘New Kids on the Block’ of the Swedish Democrats (SD). They do whatever they can to slow them down; if not to stop them!. The work methods are all over Europe the same: a moderate form of Soviet methods.
2002 was the year of Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands. He was the rising political star and he could easily take the elections of May 2002 and kick hard the Dutch Socialist Party and their allies in their arch. Prime Minister Wim Kok and his coalition were in big trouble. A new comer with a wholly new agenda was taking over. The nice life at the political top and the lies concerning the EU and the EURO were at big risk. Somebody had to take care of Pim Fortuyn. He was shot dead by Folkert van der Graaf few days before the election. A man who was known as animal rights activist. Pim Fortuyn had never opposed animal rights or had anything to do with them.
It seems, the person or persons who had attacked the politician of the ‘Sverigedemokraterna’ (Swedish Democrats) is not an AFA extremist, but a professional. The blast was carried out with too much care. The door was meant to be blown, but not to kill anyone. Extremists are not working that way. I should not wonder if the ‘extremist’ or ‘extremists’ belong to the ‘Såpo’: the Swedish secret service.

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