Swedish Housing Minister Mehmet Kaplan has resigned.
The Housing Minister, an avowed Islamist whose only action thus far after 18 months in the government is to announce that he will “liberate Jerusalem”, has resigned following a series of revelations about his long-term and intimate links with fascist Islamist groups closely allied with Turkey’s dictator Erdogan.
Kaplan also has the dubious distinction of having been deported from the territory of a Swedish ally, Israel, for subversive activities including failing to enter the country legally, a claim to fame that he shares with his Green Party government colleague Gustav Fridolin. They were both deported for illegal activities linked with the illicit Ship to Gaza terrorist action.
Swedish Prime Minister has signally failed to act in any way whatsoever throughout this growing debacle, waiting for his antagonistic, racist Housing Minister to resign rather than kicking him out of office.
It should be noted that during his tenure at the helm of the housing ministry during a period that saw more than 200,000 mostly Muslim migrants enter Sweden, many of them illegally and without adequate asylum grounds, Housing Minister has failed to build a single apartment for them or for the indigenous Swedish population. He has spent all his time – and Swedish taxpayers’ hard-earned tax revenues – jet-setting to Turkey and working for/with the Islamist dictatorship there against the only democracy in the Middle East, Israel – a country that is a staunch ally and major trading partner of Sweden.
The resignation of Islamist government minister Mehmet Kaplan is a good beginning for the slowly subsiding democracy that is Sweden.
This action needs to be immediately followed by the resignation of Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström who has made it her ministerial career to antagonise Israel and to abuse Swedish tax revenues to gather votes for a Swedish seat on the UN Security Council. She wants this seat for one purpose only: to increase her attacks on Israel.
The reason why Margot Wallström’s removal from office is vital is not so as to pander to Israeli political concerns – she is after all answerable not to Israeli voters but only to Swedish voters who naturally expect her to work on behalf of Swedish interests; rather, her immediate removal from her post is specifically needed to facilitate Sweden’s best interests – she has succeeded in the remarkable achievement of antagonising both Arab and Israeli political echelons, but also Russian and European leaders. Incredibly, she has also succeeded in driving a wedge between Sweden and her Scandinavian partners Finland, Denmark and Norway on account of her abysmal track record on migration and failed integration.
In the wake of MP Mehmet Kaplan’s resigation, the Swedish Jewish community is now waiting with baited breath for the predictable allegations of “Jewish media conspiracy” to rear their ugly head.
This despite the fact that, for the first time in modern-day Swedish history, it was actually the media that, remarkably, led the drive to spotlight Kaplan’s anti-democratic affiliations and raised the demand for his resignation.
This aspect – the fact that the Swedish media actually, for the first time in living memory – did what it is nominally charged with doing, which is investigative journalism – should not be underestimated. It may mark the start of a new Swedish attitude – less kowtowing to the state religion of Political Correctness and more hard-nosed reporting on what actually happens, without the dubious benefits of rose-tinted spectacles financed by rabidly left-wing demagogues.
“The Hart Trilogy” – three action-packed political thrillers dealing with the tough security realities of Israel as an island of democracy in the Middle East, and Sweden as a growing hotbed of Islamism in an increasingly segregated part of the world.
Diplomatic and media wrangling between Israel and Sweden aside, there’s a lot more that unites the two countries than first meets the eye.
Not least, both countries’ increasingly desperate struggle for survival.
But fiction grounded firmly in a harsh reality, fiction all too often overtaken by reality.
The way I have conceptualised the series, the three books actually form a single unit. They are a progression, a maturing, a journey that carries the reader from fairly innocent and naïve beginnings in the first book, to a conclusion in the third book that was already finalised in my mind some four years ago.
While writing, I half-expected a knock on my door from SÄPO, the excellent, hardworking and extremely praiseworthy Swedish Security Service.
A security service that unfortunately finds its hands tied by political masters who themselves are slaves to the religion of Political Correctness.
If they do indeed come knocking on my door, SÄPO will either want to arrest me because my writing is a tad too realistic for their tastes, seeing as it seems to spookily predict some of the most cold-blooded terrorist atrocities in the civilised world today.
Or they will want to hire me to write training scenarios so they can sharpen their operational preparedness for what is undoubtedly in the pipeline even as you read these words.
When you finish reading the third book in the trilogy, note its date of publication and then re-read the news from Europe and Sweden that emerged in the media a few weeks AFTER the book was published.
You’ll understand exactly what I mean.
I am currently busy writing my fourth book, “Picture Imperfect”. Where a worrying reality, a dark future, draws ever nearer.
I travel everywhere giving book presentations and doing book-signings, and have a series of four booked this summer in Israel. Inbox me if you would like me to come talk about the books, the reality they depict, and the creative process of writing the trilogy. I’ll be happy to come to your workplace, club, community group or other forum.