Racism in Sweden. Today. Every day.

Today is Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day. The day on which we particularly remember the Jewish victims of racism in Nazi Germany.
Fast-forward to Sweden of today, 2017. And make no mistake – the Jewish victims of racism can be found to this very day. Yes, in Sweden. But they are not the victims of Nazism. They are the victims of Islamism.
I should know. I am one of them.
I’ve been out of the public spotlight for three long months, living, or should I say barely existing, in a kind of prison whose barriers consisted of my own walls and doors.
Yet not quite. Because those barriers were built by Swedish Islamists – racists who denied me some of the most elementary rights we take for granted in a free and democratic state like Sweden is nominally perceived as being – rights such as my job, my health, my freedom.
All because I was selected by racist Swedish Islamists for character assassination.
Bearing in mind the ethnicity and dogmatic interpretation of the perpetrators’ religion, it’s anyone’s guess how the situation may end.
Some time back I returned part-time to my roots as a teacher, working 3 days a week as a substitute at various preschools as and where needed. It’s a vibrant, rewarding and wonderful – and sometimes exhausting! – job.
One day after working at a preschool in a predominantly immigrant (read Muslim) area, I was summarily suspended, accused of having molested a 5-year old girl the previous day.
This naturally came as a surprise to me, not least since I had been working exclusively with 2-year old children.
However, Sweden being a politically correct society not known for letting facts get in the way of Islamist demands, and since my accusers (the girl’s parents) come from a Muslim country notorious for its particularly patriarchal society and exceptionally strict adherence to Sharia law, the authorities had to be seen to be taking the allegation seriously.
It all appears to be about something so primitive as the desire to ban male staff from the preschool attended by children of Islamists. The parents solved their problem by accusing me of molesting a child about whose very existence I was totally unaware. The facts didn’t matter – the scam worked since I was immediately barred from teaching pending an investigation.
To the day 12 weeks – 3 months – later, I was finally officially notified that the police investigation had ended and I was in the clear – the investigation “has not been able to find any suggestion whatsoever that any crime has been committed”. But here comes the interesting bit: after filing the complaint against me, my accusers have “been unavailable” to assist the police in their enquiries. You think this sounds odd?
Not at all: there’s a very logical reason for this seemingly odd behaviour: in Sweden, the victim of a crime is entitled to financial compensation according to a set tariff. Sex crimes against children generate a particularly high level of compensation. My accusers had probably expected a double jackpot: get rid of male staff working with their daughters in school, AND be richly rewarded for the scam. They didn’t count on their allegation actually prompting a police investigation – they likely expected the accusation itself would be sufficient to open the money taps directly into their bank account. There is a social disease in certain parts of the Swedish immigrant community known as “sense of entitlement” – people who just “know” what they can get if only they are sufficiently brazen and insistent. It usually works in a Swedish society too cowed to say “no”. But it didn’t work this time.
My accusers’ three-month-long “unavailability” for police questioning has been interpreted as indication of a planned, deliberate assault on me with malicious intent. However, the police will not prosecute the family for knowingly bearing false witness, even though this is a criminal offence that carries a custodial sentence. Instead, it is up to me to decide whether to press charges.
So why have I decided to make this public, despite being completely exonerated and despite the prosecutor’s acknowledgement that there is no indication whatsoever that any crime of any sort has taken place? For many reasons, not least because I now have to start the slow process of extricating myself from the psychological living grave into which I was thrust by Islamist barbarians who object to male teachers working with female schoolchildren, primitive gender segregationists who think nothing of accusing a fellow human being of the worst crime imaginable in a civic society simply in order to foist their own pathetic brand of Sharia compliance on a gullible host society. From the very outset my lawyer pointed out to the police that the case was not what it appeared, that I was being targeted because I was a man working in a profession that the Islamists wished to reserve for women, and moreover that I was being particularly targeted because I am a Jew, an outspoken figure in the ongoing debate in favour of democracy and equal rights in Sweden, a staunch Zionist who supports the Jewish state of Israel, and because I speak and write openly against the spread of Islamism in this country. Not Islam, but Islamism – for those sufficiently aware to make the distinction.
There is another reason why I have decided to make this public: because Swedish society – and the world beyond – needs to know just how pervasive Islamism is in this country. It reaches its tentacles into every facet of a naïve, unsuspecting population’s lives. Swedes seem to think that the full extent of Sharia compliance in this country is limited to separate seating for boys and girls on school buses (yes, in Sweden!) and separate bathing times for boys and girls in taxpayer-funded swimming baths to acknowledge the demand for gender segregation by Islamists. They don’t realise the situation is way more serious – reaching all the way into the staff rooms of preschools. Where the next generation of Sweden’s leaders are being educated. Or, rather, subliminally indoctrinated from a very tender age in an educational climate from which men are being intimidated into expulsion.
In today’s Sweden, in 2017, it would appear that it is not Town Hall that decides who to hire for its schools. Instead, it is Islamist parents who want to decide who has the privilege of getting a job in a taxpayer-funded preschool.
The world media is – quite rightly – focusing on the vicious Islamist terror attack on a street in central Stockhom in early April. What appears to be escaping everyone’s scrutiny, however, is the daily Islamist harassment terrorising Swedish civilians in multiple invisible ways on every single street – particularly those streets containing preschools – throughout a Sweden that is already crumbling from within, a Sweden whose social infrastructure, whose very will to survive, has caved in in ways most people don’t even know about.
Like for instance when it comes to deciding who gets to teach the upcoming generation of children – based on the teacher’s gender and/or religion.
On this particular day, when we remember those Jews who were heartlessly victimised by the barbarity of racism, we should not forget that this same racism flourishes to this very day in Sweden. Not in the German language, but in a variety of tongues spoken in various parts of the MENA area (Middle East and North Africa).
It’s an uncomfortable truth to point out in a Sweden that pompously styles itself a “humanitarian superpower”.