Are these unaccompanied children in Visby? asks Swedish politician Thoralf Alfsson, a member of Parliament between 2010-2014.
On his blog he lashes out against the bias by Swedish mainstream media, who he believes have the focus turned completely the wrong way.
On Sunday there was a protest in Gotland to protest that many took to the streets to protest the gang-rape of a woman bound to wheelchair and later the release of the rapists for the strangest reason imaginable.
And to help the left protest against the racism shown by people on the island against gang-raping asylum seekers, so-called unaccompanied refugee children had been invited to join the rally, only to yet again put the stupid Swedish immigration policy on display. Like Alfsson asks: Children?
"In the wake of an alleged rape, xenophobic forces have assumed the right to interpret the situation and make it a matter of immigration, and not about men's violence against women." said Saga Carlgren from the Left Party during the rally.
- I must say that I am saddened when I read all the articles about the rally that has been in Visby today. The purpose of the rally is obviously something completely different than to show their disgust for the gang rape committed against a wheelchair-bound woman. Everything now seems to be about a small number of Nazis who are trying to take advantage of the gang rape for their own purposes, writes Alfsson, and continues:
- Media use the opportunity to focus solely on the Nazis instead of the perpetrators of the gang rape! This applies both to the local media and the national media with Expressen and Aftonbladet in the forefront, but also the public services with SVT and SR "forget" away the gang rape and the alleged perpetrators.
- They should be ashamed of themselves!
- Instead, it is the alternative media and Jan Sjunnesson who collects SEK 140,000 to the victim. Have Swedish media written about this?
PS! It is not known why one protesting child decided to hide his face. Maybe it has to do with Interpol? Who knows...
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