You have to be kidding me.
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom called on Tuesday for an investigation to determine if Israel was guilty of extrajudicial killings of Palestinians during the recent wave of violence there, local media reported.
Makes perfect sense, right? A wave of terrorists stabbing innocent civilians and running them over, with the terrorists sometimes being stopped via deadly force. So let’s investigate those who stopped the terrorist.
Makes about as much sense as this.
Of course, this just echoes her comments last month.
Which is really not surprising, considering Meatballstrom is rabidly anti-Israel and sympathizes with the terrorists.
Just hours following the Islamic State (IS) sponsored terror attack in Paris last Friday, the Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom, in a Saturday interview with the Swedish public SVT-TV, was asked if she was worried about the radicalized young Swedes who are fighting for the IS. Wallstrom’s response was “It is clear that we have reasons to be worried, not just in Sweden but across the world, because there are so many that are being radicalized.” Wallstrom then added, “Once again, we return to situations like the one in the Middle East, especially concerning Palestinians who think: there is no future for us, we must either accept a desperate situation or resort to violence.” Wallstrom maliciously linked the Arab-Islamist killers who murdered 132 innocent men and women in Paris with Israel’s policies in the West Bank.
I guess she would also blame the terrifying levels of antisemitism in Sweden on Israel. I mean, even Meatballstrom herself has given in to it.
Susanne Sznajderman-Rytz, a Swedish Jewish linguist, said she confronted the minister about the issue on the street, and the minister told her, “The Jews are campaigning against me,” though a ministry spokesman later denied the minister had made the comment.
You don’t even have to be smart enough to put together IKEA furniture to understand this woman has issues with Jews.
I think we should recall our ambassador to Sweden until she is given her marching orders.