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Today on my Facebook wall, I posted the following headline:


Article in Adelson's newspaper Makor Rishon, by Zvi Zameret, suggesting that the Swedish Foreign Minister deserves the Bernadotte treatment

Article in Adelson’s newspaper Makor Rishon, by Zvi Zameret, suggesting that the Swedish Foreign Minister deserves the Bernadotte treatment

The article by Zvi Zameret was posted as an op-ed in the rightist Sheldon Adelson-sponsored paper Makor Rishon (‘First Source’), under the title, “Margot Wallström’s source of inspiration,” referring to the Swedish Foreign Minister. As it is in Hebrew, I shall try to make some mention of its salient contents, without translating the whole due to time constraints.

The matter was now brought to my attention via a tweet by journalist Barak Ravid (Haaretz) and via post of journalist David Sheen and forwarded by PS Arihant.

The author first boasts about a friendship with a former member of the Stern Gang (one of  the most notorious Jewish terror groups, headed by later PM Izhak Shamir) member, Yehoshea Cohen, who lived in kibbutz Sdeh Boker (Ben Gurion’s kibbutz), and mentions that Cohen was one of Ben Gurion’s closest friends, as well as him being “one of the most ferocious fighters of the Stern Gang”. As is also stated in the article, Yehoshea was the actual murderer of Folke Bernadotte.

Folke Bernadotte

Folke Bernadotte

The article circles around the 1948 murder of Swedish Count Folke Bernadotte, UN special envoy, who was sent to mediate a resolution of the Palestinian issue in 1948, making recommendations for the withdrawal of Israeli forces and return of refugees – making him a target for elimination, executed by the Gang in Jerusalem in September 1948.

Zameret, the former director of pedagogy for the Israeli education ministry, seeks to set the focus on Bernadotte’s person, and a suggestion that he was an anti-Semite. He recalls an occurrence in 1984, when the author traveled to Copenhagen, and was “ordered” by his friend Cohen to meet with Dr. Johannes Holm, whom the author refers to as “the Danish Refugee Minister” during WW2. That is very strange, because from my search of him, I reached an article about Holm in precisely the relevant time, by the highly authoritative Danish newspaper Politiken, in which Holm is mentioned as the head of the Danish National Institute for Health Data and Disease Control.

In any case, Zameret tells that Cohen had read in a paper that Holm had written a book about the White Busses, where he claims that Count Bernadotte was an anti-Semite. The author tells how he met with Holm, and how the latter told him of a “regrettable incident” with Bernadotte from 1944: That the Count, who was vice chairman of the Swedish Red Cross, in his negotiation of the freeing of Scandinavian prisoners of Nazi Germany, “refused to include Jews within the exchange deal”.

Now I have not read the book, published in 1984, myself – but I have read a review which is written in very critical tone of Bernadotte, in the Flensborg Avis 18.6.2012, which refers to such an incident. And here it says that the issue concerned 400 Scandinavian Jews in Theresienstadt camp, and it was THE NAZIS who refused to allow the Jews to be transported together with other Scandinavians. Apparently, Bernadotte conceded unwillingly to this decree – and this was to be his cardinal sin according to the author and Cohen, marking him an anti-Semite.

Now Zameret tells of how upon return he met Cohen in Israel, when Cohen was visiting his sick wife, who was also a former Stern Gang member, in hospital at the eve of her death. He tells how Cohen did not say a word, only smiled, and how his wife Nehama responded: “Yehoshea, now it is clear that Bernadotte was an anti-Semite, the bullets that you shot him with were not [expended] in vain”.

The author continues with a long list of Bernadotte’s “chutzpah”, in his suggestions to resolve the situation by a withdrawal of Israeli forces, return of refugees and reinstatement of Jerusalem as a corpus separatum as intended by the UN Partition Plan of 1947. In Zameret’s account, Bernadotte’s chutzpah was his “annulation” of the partition plan, calling for a “confederate rule between Israel and Transjordan” involving an “economic, national and security treaty” (referring to Bernadotte’s June 1948 suggestion which he revised in September). Tarnishing Bernadotte for his ‘ignorance’, in having “no idea about the Arab dream and the Jewish mentality” the author claimed “both sides disliked him”.  He chides him for working on the behest of the British and the American State Department, who “did not believe in the possibility of the existence of the State of Israel” and ends his McCarthyite tour de force by referring to the American Secretary of State as being influenced by Yehuda Leib Magnes, prominent Reform rabbi and President of Hebrew University who had met with American officials — Magnes himself was pleased with Bernadotte’s positions.

Finally the author arrives at the summation of all the above, with a eugenics-vein, aimed at the Swedish Foreign Minister, who has suggested that Israel’s killings of many Palestinian attackers were “extra-judicial executions” and has called for an investigation of these cases.

“What do the things I have mentioned indicate about Bernadotte? [They indicate] covert anti-Semitism, ignorance and arrogance, cooperation with senior elements in the country and interests that play a decisive role. Has anything changed in the Swedish DNA [my emphasis] in the decades following Bernadotte’s death? Nothing has changed. The Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, with her characteristic covert anti-Semitism, with her arrogance, ignorance, and her interest-bound speculation regarding her future Muslim voters – she too seeks to fight the foundations of the State of Israel. I am convinced and certain that her intentions will smoulder, just as all of the undignified count’s intentions did. [My emphasis]”

Well, that was ‘educational’. I hope you learned a lot about how to kill a messenger.

This post first appeared in somewhat different form on Ofir’s Facebook page today. Richard Silverstein has also picked up the story at his site.

Jonathan Ofir

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48 Responses

  1. Dutch on January 23, 2016, 10:25 am

    This call has been circulated to stand up for Wallström. The link for the mail-addresses of Swedish Embassies is

    International call to action in support of Sweden’s FM Margot Wallström

    Swedish Foreign Minister Wallström is being shamelessly attacked by Israel for her principled stance on Palestinian rights. It’s urgent to let Wallström know that citizens around the world are on her side when it comes to justice for the Palestinians. Please act by sending an e-mail to the Swedish embassy in your country.

    As we witnessed over the past days Swedish Foreign Minister Wallström is being ruthlessly attacked by Israeli leaders and their supporters. Why? Because she touched on the rights of the Palestinians. For Israel, that’s a no-go. For Israel there is no such thing as ‘Palestinian rights’. No surprise, as many Israeli leaders even deny the existence of Palestine and the Palestinian people.

    The Swedes are now enduring the same inflammatory slander and sanctions as NGO’s, Palestinian Members of Knesset or other critical voices from within Israel – to name just a few recent examples. All of them have been smeared as anti-Semites that support terrorism. And it works. Israel gets away with this aggressive ‘Killing the messenger’ tactics time and again, as it gets away with its extrajudicial killings of Palestinians – the Israeli crime Wallström demands to be investigated.

    Wallström is being blackened to derail her demand. That should be prevented. How? By making a huge point of it. By writing and blogging. By sending out a strong message in support of the Swedish government. By demanding that our national politicians express solidarity with Wallström’s legitimate and much-needed stance. By urging the media to address the sickening pattern of Israeli slander.

    A good start is to send a supportive message to the Swedish embassy in your country, using the underneath text or writing your own. Consider copying your message to your national politicians, political parties or media – as a firm notice that Wallström has massive support when it comes to justice for the Palestinians.


    To the attention of Mrs. Margot Wallström,
    Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Sweden

    Dear Mrs. Wallström,

    I have taken notice of your stance on the necessity to investigate Israel’s extrajudicial killings of Palestinians. I have also noted the shameful reactions of Israeli leaders and others. It’s the ferocity and disgrace of these reactions that urge me to speak out in support of your remarks and integrity.

    I support your position that Israel should be held accountable for what are in fact proven extrajudicial killings. Amnesty International and other organisations have provided plenty of evidence, as in the case of Hadeel al-Hashlamoun, the young Palestinian woman who was executed point blank by the Israeli army. Much of this evidence is available online, ranging from reports to video’s and testimonies. They make clear that these killings are no exception, but part and parcel of the structural Israeli mistreatment of Palestinians.

    Its not that we don’t know about the Israeli atrocities. The problem is that we refuse to act on them. As a result the Palestinians pay the price and Israel goes unpunished – giving the country carte blanche to proceed, which is exactly what we are witnessing. This is why I applaud your principled stance. If no one acts, the remains of the Palestinian society will be destroyed before our eyes.

    I regret that the Foreign Minister of my own country has not acted, and has not expressed his support for Sweden. Please be informed that I will urge him to correct these failures.

    [name, place, country]

    • Kris on January 23, 2016, 1:13 pm

      Thank you for this, Dutch.

    • Rashers2 on January 25, 2016, 10:24 am

      Dutch, thanks. I have sent letters to the Swedish embassies in Abu Dhabi & London. Wearing the hat of my legal training, your helpful draft letter, btw, contains one or two little inaccuracies and assertions perhaps better not made at this stage e. g. “proven extrajudicial killings” – if they were “proven” there would be no point in Mrs. Wallström’s calling for an investigation… I have tweaked the draft and will share gladly if you send me a test mail on [email protected].

  2. a blah chick on January 23, 2016, 12:01 pm

    From everything I have read the count was one of the “good guys.”

    One of his assassins, Shamir, went on to become Prime Minister. That is how Israel rewards its terrorists.

  3. Theo on January 23, 2016, 12:14 pm

    Ms. Wallström is a lonely warning voice in the great silence surroundig the atrocities of Israel, and women are always more courageous than men are. I wish we had a lot more such politicians in Europe, or in Washington.
    The zionists should not forget that count Bernadotte saved thousands of jewish lives in Budapest during WWII. It seems it is all forgotten by those, who today may still live in Israel, thanks to his courage. He lived a very dangerous life, with one foot always in a prison, as the nazis never worried about arresting or killing an undesireable diplomat.

  4. Tom Suarez on January 23, 2016, 12:40 pm

    Bernadotte secured the release of some 30,000 Jews from German death camps, and this was one of the reasons he was selected for the task of mending the disaster of Res 181’s aftermath: the UN naively thought that because of his history, he would command respect from the Zionists. With Ben-Gurion at the helm, Bernadotte’s murder scene was left unsecured, and the suspects were pardoned even as they refused to renounce terror (some had joined the government). It was left to Sweden to investigate the assassination.

  5. Stephen Shenfield on January 23, 2016, 1:26 pm

    Magnes was one of a group of Jewish intellectuals in Palestine at that time known as Ihud (Unity) who advocated a binational state in the whole of Palestine as an alternative to partition. The philosopher Martin Buber was another prominent member of the group. After the Nakba scholars in a number of Arab countries picked up their ideas. In particular, the exiled Palestinian political scientist Kamal Khaldi, who joined the faculty of the University of Damascus, wrote a book on a binational state in Palestine that was published in Arabic in Beirut. An English translation exists but has not yet been published. On the Israeli side, the former vice mayor of Jerusalem Menon Benvenisti has been advocating binationalism in recent years (he writes about it in his book “Son of the Cypresses”). I met both Khaldi and Benvenisti when they attended a conference at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International Studies in 2000.

    • gamal on January 23, 2016, 2:11 pm

      “I met both Khaldi and Benvenisti”

      I presume you mean Khalidi, the Hijazi descendant of Khalid ibni Walid (585-642 ce) hence the name Khalidi, Palestinian or Arab?

      whats the objective dope on that one?

      • Stephen Shenfield on January 23, 2016, 5:07 pm

        I expect that Khalidi and Khaldi are variants of the same name and that it traces back to the general you mention, but what current relevance that has is beyond me. Some prefer to use one variant, some the other. Perhaps Kamal Khaldi wants to avoid being confused with the Palestinian-American scholar Rashid Khalidi.

      • gamal on January 23, 2016, 5:34 pm

        oh that Khaldi, the bedouin Israeli diplomat?

    • echinococcus on January 23, 2016, 2:18 pm

      I fail to see a direct relevance of “cultural Zionism” with the murder of Count Bernadotte or the courage of the new Swedish government. Is there a link other than far removed?
      The request for a “binational state” by interlopers who immigrated as armed bands with the declared intent of subverting Palestinian sovereignty in favor of colonizers has no greater justification than that for partition, or full dominance, by aliens immigrated swith hostile intent, against the express wishes of the local population.

      • Stephen Shenfield on January 23, 2016, 5:16 pm

        Logically they are equally unjustified, but in the aftermath of the Nakba the binationalist Zionists must have seemed less toxic than the uninationalist variety to some of those Palestinians who were aware of their existence.

        The interlopers did not immigrate as armed bands. They came unarmed and relied on the protection of the Ottoman and then the British mandatory authorities, only gradually building up the armed forces with which they eventually conquered Palestine.

      • Stephen Shenfield on January 23, 2016, 7:25 pm

        gamal: That is Ishmael Khaldi. Kamal, as I said, is retired from the University of Damascus.

      • tokyobk on January 24, 2016, 1:42 am

        Depends what is meant by “cultural Zionists.”

        Cultural Zionism has meant for many wanting nothing more than to live in Zion, and before the late 19th century that never meant thoughts of displacing other Palestinians.

        In hindsight we can see clearly that in increasing numbers this has been a cover for soft conquest, but that does not mean that individuals aw themselves this way int he past were not genuine.

        And in the future, a term reflecting the old usage may come back to describe former Israelis who want to continue to live in Palestine, or non-Palestinian Jews who want to tour Jewish sites, though “Zionist” probably will not be rehabilitatable.

      • echinococcus on January 24, 2016, 3:03 am

        PR does miracles indeed in the mind of people. Also, as far as I remember, starting 1904 at least, armed private militias to protect segregated settlements and expel locals from Zionist-bought farms were common (as in the rest of the Ottoman Empire.)

  6. Shmuel on January 23, 2016, 2:00 pm

    All we need to know now is what role Bernadotte (and Wallström, on one of those Ikea time-travel thingies) played at that infamous meeting at which al-Husseini turned Hitler against the Jews, and Netanyahu (Israel invented time travel) was an undercover stenographer.

  7. Ossinev on January 23, 2016, 2:23 pm

    Shamir and his fellow sewer rats ( all top quality future Israeli leaders ) would have murdered any envoy whatever his or her standing and whatever he or she had done to save Jews from the Nazis in order to protect and forge ahead with their Zionist plans. They could and did get away with it then and their successors including the Yahoo and his fawning acolytes in Israel and the US have the same mindset and attitude. No doubt if there is an international consensus to force Israel to accept and honour international law any envoy sent would be neutralized by them – probably using a Litvinenko type method.

  8. Keith on January 23, 2016, 3:46 pm

    “Has anything changed in the Swedish DNA [my emphasis] in the decades following Bernadotte’s death? Nothing has changed. The Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, with her characteristic covert anti-Semitism ….”

    Covert anti-Semitism? Eternal and irrational Gentile anti-Semitism is a core belief in the Zionist ideology. The lack of demonstrable incidents of anti-Semitism merely an indication that inherent and unalterable Gentile Jew-hatred is currently lying dormant. Militant Jewish Zionists are fundamentally anti-Gentile in the extreme.

  9. doug on January 23, 2016, 6:07 pm

    Check your arithmetic.

    There are 2.59 square kilometers in a square mile so 5,500 square miles is just over 14 thousand square kilometers.

    • annie on January 23, 2016, 6:37 pm

      thanks for catching that doug. i wrote the author.

  10. Kay24 on January 23, 2016, 9:05 pm

    These zionists keep making ridiculous statements which are underlying threats, or reference to violence, which are reminiscent of nazi times. Had this Swedish official been a Israeli official, there would be howls of anti-semitism, yet time and time again, we have heard the threats, and intimidating statements that are primarily meant to silence ANY criticism of Israel’s policies that generally break international laws, and yet no one has had the spine to call them on this, certainly not from the US. It is the arrogance of these people that is appalling.
    Again, I blame the US for allowing these blood thirsty zionists to get away with everything, even murder.

  11. Maximus Decimus Meridius on January 24, 2016, 6:34 am

    Can anyone send me the link to where MEMRI translated this piece? Thanks.

    Joking of course. MEMRI exists only to present Iranian or Arab media in as negative a light as possible. You can be 100% certain that if even the most obscure rag in any Muslim country published an article justifying the murder of a European ambassador, and hinting at the same treatment for one of his successors, it would be front page news. And not just for MEMRI.

  12. RoHa on January 24, 2016, 7:26 am

    Wallström should take care.

    Palme supported the Palestinians. No-one knows who killed him.

    Lindh was a very strong critic of Israel and supporter of the Palestinians. She was killed by a lone, crazed, Serb, who was allegedly high on drugs.

    Not encouraging precedents.

    • Ellen on January 24, 2016, 3:34 pm

      Indeed, she must take care. A threat to the Zionist project is a threat to Israel. A threat to Israel will be eliminated. That is how governments, many which are criminal in nature, preserve themselves .

      She must take care. But should the Zionist Israeli project eliminate her as others have been in the past …..many lights might go off.

      • RoHa on January 24, 2016, 4:15 pm

        I don’t understand. Do you mean that if Wallström’s light is extinguished by assassination, other critics of Israel will voluntarily turn off their own lights?

      • Ellen on January 24, 2016, 4:37 pm

        Roha, apologies, poor expression. ….I mean that many will (hopefully) see the light!

      • RoHa on January 25, 2016, 5:50 am

        So “on” rather than typo “off”.

        This time they probably won’t use a lone, crazed, Serb who just happens to see her when he is full of drugs. They will use one of the Muslim refugees who are flooding into Europe. If one quarter of what is said about their behaviour is marginally true, they are earning the status of “most likely villain”.

        (Yugoslav immigrants held this role in Sweden because many of them were involved in criminal gangs, as a sort of Yugoslav Mafia.)

  13. JLewisDickerson on January 24, 2016, 10:07 am

    RE: “Adelson newspaper suggests Swedish foreign minister deserves assassination for questioning Israeli policy”

    MY COMMENT: Surely this must constitute the kind of “incitement” Netanyahu so bitterly complains about every chance he gets. Of course, in those instances, he is always referring to “incitement” (on, etc.) by Palestinians against Israel and/or Israelis. Whereas, here the “incitement” is being perpetrated by the Israeli author of an op-ed (Zvi Zameret), and by the Sheldon Adelson-sponsored Israeli newspaper (Makor Rishon) that printed/published it.

    But, like my grandmother used to say, what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

    So, why doesn’t Netanyahu put a stop to this dangerous incitement by Israelis against the Swedish foreign minister? I would certainly hate to think it has something to do with double standards.*

    * SEE: “‘Perplexed’ Over Israel’s Double Standards in the West Bank? You Don’t Say, Mr. Ambassador” | by Zvi Bar’el | | Jan 20, 2016
    • The U.S. ambassador to Israel has made a historical, if not archaeological, discovery this week. Maybe his country could also do something about it.

    Double standards? The law is not being applied equally to Palestinians and Jews in the territories? That is what is worrying United States Ambassador Dan Shapiro, the representative in Israel of the greatest power in the world? Suddenly the U.S. is “concerned and perplexed” over Israel’s policy in the territories.

    Shapiro is in fact an expert on the Middle East, with long experience in American foreign policy in our serene region. He served on the National Security Council and advised Barack Obama on Middle Eastern policy during the latter’s first presidential campaign. His biographical details are important because of their relevance to the words “concerned and perplexed,” which describe the U.S. administration’s chronic condition.

    The U.S. ambassador is far from perplexed. Even back when he was an undergraduate at Brandeis University, he was aware of the “double standards” created by the 1967 occupation: one bundle of laws for the Jews and one for the Palestinians. Jordanian law, British and Ottoman law, military orders and the “law of the wink,” – all used as needed for the two communities.

    In 1982, when Shapiro was a high school student, then-Deputy Attorney General Yehudit Karp issued her earthshaking report stating that “there is no doubt a direct correlation between the numerous investigations that end with files closed and the many investigations that are dragged on, and renunciation of the right to file a complaint. Reality shows a vicious cycle in which incidents are not investigated for lack of complaints, while complaints are not filed for lack of proper investigation. The rule of law and public order certainly are not well served in this matter.”

    The Karp report was not invisible to Shapiro’s predecessors. Thirty-four years have gone by since it was written and suddenly – it is as if a lightning bolt has struck the great power.

    The United States is “concerned and perplexed”; terrified by the double standards. You don’t say, Mr. Shapiro. You’ve been serving in Tel Aviv almost five years now, you have accompanied all the vetoes the American administration imposed on every resolution that had even the slightest whiff of condemnation of Israel, and not a word (not publicly, anyhow) about Israel’s “double standards.” Pardon the interference in the internal affairs of the United States, but shouldn’t one who recently discovered such a major historical, or, better, archaeological discovery, do something about it?

    Anyone who speaks of double standards should first look into what’s hiding in his own closet. The European Union has already moved at the speed of an iceberg in deciding to mark products made in the settlements. That’s not something that will set the earth’s axis off-course, but it is an actual step. Washington apparently has not heard about this option, perhaps because of the time difference, or perhaps because it still has not adopted European standards; it continues to mark measurement in inches.

    But we all know the saying “better late than never,” and who knows better than you the biblical verse “whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall obtain mercy.” So let’s see what exactly you mean by applying identical standards to Jews and non-Jews in the territories. Could you be suggesting that Israel annex the territories? Israeli law for everyone? Or maybe you mean that if the occupation is eternal, then only an enlightened occupation?

    Dear Ambassador, the problem is not that the Israel Police does not investigate or locate members of Jewish gangs. The problem is that these gangs exist at all in the territories, and they exist in the territories, among other reasons, because your administration spoke in protest poetry to successive Israeli governments instead of speaking Israeli to them. American, as you know, is a language our prime minister understands well and he also speaks it fluently. But poetry is not exactly his genre.

    SOURCE –

    • JLewisDickerson on January 24, 2016, 10:44 am

      P.S. RE: “So, why doesn’t Netanyahu put a stop to this dangerous incitement by Israelis against the Swedish foreign minister? I would certainly hate to think it has something to do with double standards.” ~ me (from above)

      WITH LINK AS INTENDED: So, why doesn’t Netanyahu put a stop to this dangerous incitement by Israelis against the Swedish foreign minister? I would certainly hate to think it has something to do with double standards.

      P.P.S. GOOGLE SEARCH: Netanyahu “double standard”

  14. edwardm on January 24, 2016, 12:16 pm

    “It was ironic that Bernadotte should met his end at the hands of Zionists in Israel, in view of his diplomatic efforts in World War Two on behalf of prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. As vice-chairman of the Swedish Red Cross, Bernadotte – working in conjunction with the Stockholm representative of the World Jewish Congress – arranged the sending of 70,000 food parcels to Jewish prisoners. And in early 1945 he led the “white buses” expedition to Germany, in which he negotiated the release from the camps and evacuation to Sweden of about 30,000 people. ”

  15. traintosiberia on January 24, 2016, 2:33 pm

    ““There’s also a reputational risk, whoever goes in first they’re going to be watched like a hawk by those who oppose the deal, the Israelis, Saudi Arabians, Republican American entities,” the banker said, saying that his bank was particularly under pressure from the US pro-Israel lobby, AIPAC. “I can’t see any movement for at least six to 12 months.”

    Sweden is small potato . The risk to the entire planet mainly comes from the AIPAC

  16. MaxNarr on January 24, 2016, 9:28 pm

    Put in perspective her perfidious behavior is very similar to the count. Neither I, nor the author of the article are suggesting she should be asassinated, however her hostile behavior and incendiary commends are reserved only for fringe extremists and she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words.

    • Mooser on January 24, 2016, 11:52 pm

      “Put in perspective her perfidious behavior is very similar to the count.”

      Yes, didn’t Count Folke Bernadotte save at least 30,000 Jews from concentration camps? “Perfidious” indeed!

      Why, did the Zionist want those particular 30,000 Jews dead, and Bernadottes “perfidious” actions got in their way?

      And BTW, “MaxNarr” weren’t you warning about “severe consequences” for “any entity” which crossed Israel?
      We can assume anything which happens to Ms. Wallstrom, or her family, or her party, or anybody in Sweden is one of those “severe consequences”? Well? Did you rule out murder? Did you rule out stealing their pets or kidnapping her kids? Or poisoning their blood?

      But never mind, I can see, like all good Zionists, you know all you need to know about antisemitism.

    • Mooser on January 24, 2016, 11:58 pm

      “she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words.”

      Because, you see, the magic, perpetual indulgence of “jewish” wipes out ‘violent and illegal settlers colonizing land that isn’t theirs’.

      That’s it, “MaxNarr” you just keep telling people that being Jewish gives you the right to murder people and steal land. I have no doubt people will believe you. Why, it wouldn’t surprise me if they came to think of that as the ‘essence’ of Judaism. You sure as hell do!

      • Citizen on January 25, 2016, 5:29 am

        It’s not just Hitlerites who employed, employ the “stab in the back” theory, eh?

    • diasp0ra on January 25, 2016, 5:08 am


      Only in Israel is someone calling for due process “sowing further murder”. But I guess it’s to be expected from a state that “would be destroyed” if it gave equality to all the people it ruled.

    • talknic on January 25, 2016, 6:00 am

      @ MaxNarr “her perfidious behavior…”

      Uh? There is nothing perfidious in her behavior. It’s been Israel lying for 68yrs, the Zionist Federation & the Jewish Agency lying for over 100yrs.

      “… is very similar to the count”


      ” her hostile behavior “


      “and incendiary commends “


      ” are reserved only for fringe extremists “


      ” she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words”

      I advise you to try to get off the Hasbara Max, it rots brain & soul

    • amigo on January 25, 2016, 10:58 am

      “however her hostile behavior and incendiary commends are reserved only for fringe extremists” maxnurd.

      Well , she certainly is not directing her comments to you .You are way past being a “fringe ” extremist.

      “and she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words.” maxnurd

      But there are no “non ” Jewish settlers (illegal squatters) , are there ??. Why would you care about those you send out as “Human Shields ” to create a buffer zone and enhance your security.

      Pull the other leg maximusminimus.

    • Rashers2 on January 25, 2016, 11:02 am

      Every time I ready MaxNarr’s perverted Zio-garbage I have to do a double-take because I find it difficult to comprehend that anyone can possibly hold such a view of the world! Mrs. Wallström’s comments and concerns were legitimate and far from “incendiary”! As to, “…she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words,” has he ever considered why “settlers” sometimes get killed? And that it could be motivated by something other than anti-Semitism or the views expressed by Sweden’s chief diplomat? Like the fact that settlers, by definition, steal someone’s land, expel the owners and then proceed to p*ss all over the dispossessed occupants and make the latters’ lives Hell? The question is rhetorical, btw – don’t bother answering, MaxNarr…..

  17. Talkback on January 25, 2016, 10:18 am

    MaxNarr: “… and she is sowing further murder of Jewish settlers by her words”

    Which is the actual crime in your pathetic Nonjew-hating world and not the murder of Nonjewish natives, isn’t it?

  18. James Canning on January 25, 2016, 1:56 pm

    Bravo, Swedish foreign minister. Perhaps the NYT should carry this story.

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