Published July 22, 2021 at 6:45 pm
Domestic. Several profiles on the left wing – such as S-top Annika Strandhäll – attack the Liberals on the tenth anniversary of Anders Behring Breivik's mass murder on Utöya in Norway.
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The anniversary of the Norwegian terrorist attack has given rise to infected discussions on social media.
When the Liberals drew attention to the anniversary on Twitter, S-leader Annika Strandhäll quickly attacked the party. /p>
“This post tastes a little bad, to say the least, when you as a liberal party are at the same time prepared to facilitate a party with roots in the Swedish white power movement and precisely this tradition of thought that drove Breivik to gain government influence,” writes Strandhäll.
Similar posts have been written by a number of other left-wing profiles.
“But now the Liberals must decide! Either you are for SD/Breivik or you are not”, writes Aftonbladet's lead writer Lina Stenberg on Twitter.
Lina Stenberg's comment was in response to a post by Liberal integration spokesman Robert Hannah, who accuses “suckers” of “tanning the opposition only to retain power”.
A number of other people on the left have used the anniversary of Breivik's massacre to attack political opponents.
prepared to facilitate for a party with roots in the Swedish white power movement and precisely this tradition of thought that drove Breivik to gain government influence.
& mdash; Annika Strandhäll (@strandhall) July 22, 2021
But now the Liberals must decide! Either you are for SD/Breivik or you are not. https://t.co/MPA6YYY6bg
& mdash; Lina Stenberg (@LinaAStenberg) July 22, 2021
Hatred of multiculturalism, of Muslims, of anti-racists. The idea that there is an “exchange of peoples” and that some (white) citizens have more rights to the country than others.
It is difficult to grasp that the ideology that drove Breivik has been strengthened in many ways during the ten years past.
& mdash; Niklas Orrenius (@niklasorrenius) July 22, 2021
Breivik's analysis of the western world is shared by many. This does not mean that everyone wants to shoot children to death, but it does mean that they are shaped by the same ideas; an alleged threat to the white, rich, secure.
To not “make politics” of terror is to disappoint the victims.
& mdash; Irena Požar (@irena_pozar) July 22, 2021
The party that has no shame in the body. pic.twitter.com/cIwFmNx78G
& mdash; Tobias Hübinette (@TobiasHubinette) July 22, 2021
That some people get so terribly angry when you state that the thinking that Breivik acted on also exists in Sweden, perhaps should call for reflection rather than indignation.
& mdash; Moa (@moabrglf) July 22, 2021
Ten years later and a far-right, deeply ideological terrorist has become a “crazy idiot”, with no connection to anything at all, in the (L) Iberal history writing. It's depressing. https://t.co/B6RE3VfDky
& mdash; Andreas Gustavsson (@a_gustavsson) July 22, 2021