Scandinavia: The West’s Citadel of anti-Semitism

Hate for Israel has become a real obsession in Scandinavia, which revived the glorious partnership between the liberal “useful idiots” — the ones concerned about equality and minorities — and the Islamists, the ones concerned about submission and killing “infidels”.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Sweden is getting the jihad it so richly deserves. As for Norway, it is an insignificant part of world affairs.

  • Hard Little Machine

    It stands to reason that the most socialist most left wing of the ostensibly ‘democratic’ nations would be soaked in Jew hate.

  • Alain

    Historically there was much less anti-Semitism among Scandinavians than in France, Germany and England, but that quickly changes with the mass importation of Muslims.

    • disqusW6sf

      I remember the Scandinavians I met in Israel ages ago were so NOT anti semitic.

      • WalterBannon

        they were just being politically correct with you

        it was before the time when it was again acceptable to be seen as an anti-Semite in public

        • Alain

          My own personal experience says otherwise. I found that in Scandinavia, Italy, Spain and Portugal there was a lot less anti-Semitism than in Germany, France and Britain. In Switzerland it depended on the canton with it being higher in the German speaking cantons. I should add that my experience predates the Muslim invasion.

  • Because the Scandinavians, scared of backlash from Islamists, take their anger and frustration out on Jews.

    Or it could just be run-of-the-mill Jew-hatred.

    • Brett_McS

      The former, I’d guess. The modern Scandis are, like most highly intelligent people, not natural ‘haters’, and notice that the hatred expressed is directed at a group that doesn’t even exist in their country. That sounds like faux hatred to me.

      • Malmo USED to be a hub of Jewish migration (mostly post-Second World War) but they are leaving due to you-know-who.

      • WalterBannon

        Humbug. They were Nazis when Hitler was running things, and they are still nazis

        • Alain

          Sweden like Ireland and Switzerland benefited from WW II and continued with business as usual with the Nazis. Yes, some were pro-Nazi but on the whole without the anti-Semitism.

  • Brett_McS

    Sounds like what psychologists call displacement: The Muslims are a protected group in PC society and are beyond criticism, so the anger and fear that they generate in the native population must be re-directed onto another group, one that it is acceptable to hate.

  • WalterBannon

    The EU is full of fascists and has been since the 1930s.