The Swedish Institute: a hotbed of illegal profiling and illegal documenting of political opinions

The Swedish Institute is a department that answers to the Swedish government, formally under the Foreign Ministry.
The Swedish Foreign Ministry is headed by Margot Wallström.
You might have heard of Margot Wallström in any number of contexts that praise Islamismexcuse terrorism against Jewsblame the Jews for terrorism against Jewish civilians, and trade moral and ethics in favour of support for some of the world’s most despotic Islamist regimes and serial human rights abusers.
The Swedish Institute writes on its website that “Our commitment is to gain knowledge and understanding of different cultures, their people, and to promote Sweden and Swedish issues globally.”
As part of this drive to gain knowledge and understand different cultures and their people, the Swedish Institute has created an illegal computerised register of more than 12,000 people whom it deems as inconvenient and for whom the Institute has blocked access to its Twitter feed.
Those 12,000 people include the Israeli Ambassador to Sweden, several Swedish Members of Parliament, and many journalists. The ambassador represents the only democracy in the Middle East, the MPs represent all political parties apart from the Left and extreme Left, and the journalists include renowned reporters who spotlight the plight of civilians in war-torn Syria.
Read that again. Under the aegis of Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, Sweden “gains knowledge” and “understands different cultures and people” by blocking knowledge and opinions and by declaring as inconvenient people from different cultures and political backgrounds.
Now bear in mind that this is not the stuff of Kafka, but the product of the fertile imagination of the Swedish government, in all its demagoguery, support for Islamist terrorism, denial of Jewish rights at home and abroad, and rank amateurism.