Henrik Palmgren (RedIce) on pro-immigration Jewish activism in Sweden

Focuses on wealthy media personality Robert Aschberg. Notice the comments on Sweden as a conformist culture, a theme of my book Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition. Most Swedes still keep their heads down on the disaster of immigration, afraid of being ostracized. The tide is turning, but the alliance of the leftists and Jews will continue to do as much damage as possible. Until it is stopped.

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  1. Rudolf
    Rudolf says:

    (Who the f is) “Telepool” is now no longer owned by a rapping “American” Negro, but by Jews. When Jews take over German media, it is always an expression of liberation from ideological confinement. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/business/business-news/will-smith-westbrook-telepool-sale-vuelta-1235893517/

    To this day, it is simply a sheer unacceptable fate to have to eke out an existence as a Jew in “Germany”. There are still all these eternal ambivalent, schizophrenic, psychotic contradictions that this entails, and which it is not the Jews who have to cope with, but the obligatory host society in their place. https://thebaffler.com/latest/how-german-isnt-it-cocotas

  2. Rudolf
    Rudolf says:

    Texan with (supposedly) “German” name (“Krieger” means warrior) conceives offspring with Hispanic, Hispanic deprived of custody (why?), kills herself and child. As always, the Jewish media portray the murderer as “actually loving”, while a man is always seen as a monster. In this Jew York Post article, the father is practically non-existent, all the photos are dedicated to the murderess. Well, we have long known what this focus means. https://nypost.com/2024/05/06/us-news/mom-made-son-3-say-goodbye-to-daddy-before-murder-suicide/

  3. Will Thomson
    Will Thomson says:

    Robert Aschberg is the grandson of Olof Aschberg (1877–1960), the “red banker,” who helped finance the Bolsheviks during the Russian Revolution. He appropriated icons that the Bolsheviks had stolen from Russian monasteries, and these icons are still in Sweden.

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