Saturday, March 13, 2010
In the 1940s Sweden's King Gustav V fell in love with his tennis partner, a bloke called Haiby.
The authorities reportedly ensured that Haiby was lured into exile and put into jail. (Sweden's scandals.)
In 1994, Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad confessed to a nine-year friendship with Per Engdahl, the pro-Nazi leader of the Neo-Swedish movement. (The dark side of Swedish society)
Sweden has Nazis and child sexual abuse.
Stieg Larsson, a Swedish journalist, wrote the Millennium Trilogy of crime novels, which have Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist as leading characters.
In 2004, aged 50, Larsson died in rather mysteriously circumstances.
He had received death threats. (Stieg Larsson - encyclopedia)
Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell writes about fictional character Kurt Wallander.
Larsson and Mankel's stories refer to:
1. Neo-Nazis who collude with Sapo, Sweden's secret service. (The dark side of Swedish society)
2. The trafficking of children for sex, facilitated by highly placed lawyers and doctors. (The dark side of Swedish society)
Blomkvist investigates the brutal murder of a child, 'apparently at the hands of her rich, Nazi-sympathising family'.
Former Uppsala Police Chief Goran Lindberg has been accused of involvement in rape and a sex ring. (Ex-police chief remanded in sex ring probe / Ex-police chief suspected of pimping)
Recent headlines in Sweden include:Politician caught in teen sex scandal to step down
Prison for head of Swedish teen sex ring
Businessman held in Swedish teen sex ring
Anna Lindh, Swedish foreign minister and steadfast supporter of the Palestinian cause was assassinated in Stockholm.
There is a suspicion that Mossad has too much influence in Sweden and that from time to time it gets involved in assassinations of people who could be seen as critics of Israel.
Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was assassinated.
Gunnar Ekberg was an agent of the Swedish military intelligence agency (IB).
One of his jobs was to infiltrate left wing groups in Sweden.
Jan Guillou is a Swedish left-wing activist and journalist.
Jan revealed the existence of the Swedish military intelligence agency (IB).
Some members of the Swedish cabinet were unaware that IB existed.
IB was run by Birger Elmer.
Elmer asked his agent Ekberg: "What do we do about Jan?"
Elmer informed Ekberg: "Our Jerusalem friends offered to 'take over' his case."
A new book claims that Mossad offered to assassinate Jan, the Swedish leftist
Did Mossad help to deal with David Kelly?