Neo Nazis Attack Feminists In Sweden

There are small but rather active neo-Nazis cliques in Sweden who crop up with attacks on immigrants or, in this case, women. At least seven people attending a festival that was promoting feminism in the town of Osterfarnebo in east central Sweden were attacked by a group of neo-Nazis thugs. The men drove around the area in a car shouting “seg heil” and doing Nazis salutes according to police investigators. A group of college students were leaving the scene of a festival honoring women when, accordng to eye witnesses, a group of Nazis or skinheads, got out of the car and confronted the students whom they proceeded to physically assault as they shouted, “seig heil.”

The police did not arrest anyone and indicated they knew of the existence in the area of neo-Nazis and skinheads who enjoy those who fight for women rights or defend the rights of immigrants. This was the first time this isolated and idyllic community ever encountered neo-Nazis goons.

  • hwanki

    Is there really no way to ban them or should we just calm down in terms of the freedom of expression?

  • Fred Stopsky

    We either have f reedm of expression or we don’t.

  • Anonymous

    Good, then Im going to go to your house, calling you gay cause my opinion is that you are gay, harrassing your kids cause I think that its my freedom to do such things. Mocking your parents for their gay sons stupid opinions.

  • Fred Stopsky

    The famous Supreme Court decision on freedom of speech referred to the issue of -does my expression of speech damage the lives or rights of other people? If not, I have a right to free speech. Your analogy makes no sense. You have no right to enter my house without my permission and I have the right to ask you to leave. In a nut shell, the Court used the example of shouting “fire” in a crowded theater.
    I might point out I have the right to sue you for defamation of character if you insulted me in the maner you describe because you said it to my children. How about reading something about the history of freedom of speech?