Date: Sun, Jun 19, 2011 at 4:03 PM
Last month, I won a small but pleasant victory: the Swedish Broadcasting Investigative Board ruled in my favour against the Swedish Radio. The Swedish Radio made a program about me in connection to the Wikileaks and they described me as antisemite, Jew-hater, H-denier (well, what else?), and my name is a pseudonym.
I complained; while such things are said about me on a daily basis by various Zionist media, one does not expect to hear it on a state radio. Where is objectivity and impartiality, I asked.
Some five months passed, and the Board ruled that the Swedish Radio was indeed partial. My name is not a pseudonym, but my own name, and I do not deny (or relate to) the holocaust as a historical event, nor do I hate Jews per se. Or at least I should be allowed to say that. A trifle, you'd say, but here we are.
If you are interested, you can read the ruling in Swedish. And if you are very keen you can read even an attack on me at the source, in the most repulsive mag in the known universe, sleazy, ADL-financed, pro-gay, pro-immigration, pro-Jews, pro-NATO, pro-Zionist anti-worker Expo. This defeat would not derail them: they are being paid per attack.