As someone so succintly put it, “the problem is that Ilmar Reepalu cannot (seems incapable/unable to) separate the Jewish Community of Malmö from what is happening in Israel.” He cannot distinguish or differentiate between his jurisdiction the South of Sweden and Israel which is not within his jurisdiction , since he’s only the Mayor of Malmö, Sweden. In other words that the Jews of Malmö are to be held responsible and found guilty as charged by the Muslim radicals and some of the criminals in his jurisdiction of Malmö for whatever happens in Israel, and that in humility they (the Jews of Malmö) should accept whatever punishments are inflicted on them by the anti-Semites and anti -Zionists among the citizens of Malmö who are under Mayor Reepalu’s protection. The grim reality is that many of Malmö’s Jews have fled the city of Malmö.
By now Reepalu knows that he is not going to win many votes from his foes and that there are many more Muslims than Jews who would vote for him in Malmö, so of course he would prefer to increase the support he gets from the followers of Prophet Jesus. And that’s only half of the story. He has also made embarassing accusations which, for the time being, is not going to be discussed here.
Once more, His Worship The Lord Mayor of Malmö :
You’d think that he would be more circumspect. It’s surprising that a seasoned politician like the distinguished Mayor of Malmö who these last umpteen years running has been practising the tricks of the trade and yet could still make such elementary mistakes in handling public relations in his beleaguered outlaw city. OK, politicians are also human – true, whilst some others can be local or global anti-Semites. The most human ones among the politicians – since they are human, can also have their off days when from the fullness of the heart the tricky menopausal mind thru mouth can make a couple of slips of the tongue, especially when he voices very personal opinions in the name of his social democratic party, instead of speaking very personally in his own name, as private citizen REEPALU
I’ve just heard Mona Sahlin make that distinction in the first five minutes of this evening’s TV2 programme Min Sanning ( My Truth) :Mona Sahlin.
She says that in speaking nowadays, she has had to change from her former identity – from having to speak as Party Leader of a party which espouses solid Social Democratic values – to ( what a relief) being now at liberty ( freedom of speech) to be able to speak very very personally, as private citizen Mona Sahlin