Anti-Nazi campaign by World Jewish Congress in Sweden.

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    I guess so long as Nazi like Israel exists, why should no one else be able to behave like Nazis?

    WJC launches anti neo-Nazi campaign in Sweden

    WJC launches anti neo-Nazi campaign in Sweden
    As Nordic Resistance Movement gears up to contend in upcoming elections, World Jewish Congress calls on Sweden to emulate Finland's outlawing of neo-Nazi groups; 'It has no place ... as a political party.'
    Itamar Eichner|Published: 08.24.18 , 11:21
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    The party has engaged in a series of provocative campaigns to terrorize minorities and Jews. Last year, for example, party associates held a march on Yom Kippur and clashed with police and counter-protesters.



    At least 32 people were arrested in the violence, including a neo-Nazi leader.





    Anti-neo-Nazi video

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    The NRM seeks to create a national socialist Nordic land that is independent of the European Union. Its members often compare themselves to Hitler and the Nazi party and they deny the Holocaust.






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    Laws on freedom of speech in Sweden enable any party to express its position, and the local police even approved a procession of supporters and activists of the movement in the capital, Stockholm.







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    It is not the first time that the processions has sparked criticism in Sweden and activists on social networks have already begun planning a counter demonstration.





    As the country approaches its general elections which are scheduled to take place on September 9, its Congress is seeking to pass legislation against neo-Nazi parties and is calling on citizens to unite against them.





    As part of the campaign, the WJC initiated an international petition to condemn neo-Nazis which will be submitted after the election of the next prime minister.







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    “The NRM movement is despicable and it has no place either as a protest movement, and definitely not as a political party,” said Robert Singer, Chief Executive Officer of the World Jewish Congress.





    “History teaches us what these phenomena lead to and why we will never stop fighting against them,” he added.







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    The campaign will be launched in Swedish with the aim of appealing to speakers of the language around the world, and will be integrated into a series of political videos in tandem wioth activities launched by the Jewish community.





    “The World Congress is investing most of its efforts in supporting the Jewish community in Swede
     
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    Seems that you like Nazis? Are you one?
     
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    Only problem is these aren't actual Nazis.

    So long as behaving Nazi like is a problem, then Jews outta look at Israel as well.
     
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    This Jewish fascination of yours is pretty dangerous.
     
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