The largest broadcaster in Sweden is under fire for heavily censoring the gruesome details about the two Scandinavian backpackers who were decapitated by Muslims in Morocco, including threatening jail for those who share the beheading video:
Not only did the state broadcaster run an article claiming that the bestial murder of two Scandinavian girls in Morocco “had nothing to do with Islam”, but it also put the emphasis on the fact that sharing the graphic video of the killing is illegal, while downplaying the sheer brutality of the murder itself, many viewers complained.
Swedish national broadcaster SVT has come under a storm of criticism for its coverage of the double murder of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen (24) and Maren Ueland (28) by Islamists in Morocco.
Many viewers complained that the state broadcaster was more concerned by the video of the killing being spread than the grisly murders themselves. While one of the victims was decapitated alive in the style of Daesh* executions, SVT didn’t mention the beheading at all, instead merely reporting about “neck wounds”.
The clip is so brutal that many people who have watched it admit to it having a deep impact and regret having ever played it.
“Happened to watch the movie clip that is being circulated. The one where one of them gets her head cut off. I wish I could unsee it. I’ve seen many horrible things. For a while I felt a responsibility as a journalist to see the movie clips that Daesh (and AQ*) released. Still, this was much worse. It is the worst I have ever seen. It will haunt me”, Svenska Dagbladet columnist Ivar Arpi wrote on his Facebook page, calling the murderers “beasts”.
SVT, however, chose another angle, warning fellow Swedes not to share the graphic clip, informing that violation of the law may be punished with up to four years’ imprisonment.
“We have got very good legislation in place called unlawful infringement. This law is aimed at just this kind of case when someone spreads information or images of somebody in a vulnerable position”, former prosecutor Sven-Erik Alhem told SVT.
Previously, SVT also ran a report from a memorial ceremony in Marrakesh condemning the murders. In the clip, an anonymous woman claimed that the victims “could have been anyone”, with another person stressing that “This is not Islam” and “has nothing to do with it”.
SVT’s coverage triggered outrage on social media, where users found its focus greatly misplaced.
“To sum up SVT’s coverage of the Muslim terrorist attack in Morocco and Daesh ‘warriors’: 1) You’ll be sent to prison if you spread the beheading film, you racist Nazi! 2) Daesh warriors have returned home to Sweden 3) They died of knife wounds, sort of 4) The murder in Morocco has nothing to do with Islam!” a user wryly commented.
”The murders in Morocco and the PC media: first, the fake media attempts to hush up the brutal execution in Morocco. When the people start sharing pictures of what happened, those who do so are threatened with several years’ imprisonment”, former Sweden Democrat leader Anders Klarström tweeted.
This murder has been a major setback for those who have been trying to sell “diversity” to White Europeans as their countries are flooded with Third World criminals, terrorists, rapists, and pedophiles. It has become virtually illegal in Sweden to even notice the race of anyone for any reason, especially for a crime. The race of an individual has nothing to do with the crime they commit, and if you connect the two ideas, you are a neo-Nazi who wants to put Jews in gas chambers.
Mandatory diversity has never be voted on, nor will it be discussed or debated, and the reason is simple — it is completely irrational and destructive, and any open discussion of it will reveal it for the pure evil that it is, and even more importantly, it will reveal who is the hidden hand behind this push for destructive agenda. Swedes, to be obedient “citizens of the world,” must never question what is “best” for them. And if you start asking questions, jail awaits you.