This morning, people in Sweden woke up to find that they could not access specific articles on The Daily Mail.
Articles critical of immigration policy in Sweden, one describing the stabbing of a 22 year old girl by a refugee, and the other on a town that was effectively destroyed by migration. Swedes who tried to access these pages were shown an error page.
I confirmed this with some Swedish friends of mine, and with screenshots and videos captured by Swedish 4chan users.
In an interview with Fria Tider, a Swedish newspaper, a source from the Daily Mail claimed their lawyers had the article censored in Sweden for legal reasons. Apparently, the article listed the suspected stabber’s age, which is considered prohibited information until criminal proceedings have ended.
Fria Tider’s source claims that the Daily Mail was acting on legal advice, but I have to wonder if their action was motivated by politics and not the threat of prosecution. It would hardly be out-of-line with the existing policies of the Swedish government to strongarm a publication like the Daily Mail.
We’re talking about a country that recently covered up the sex assaults committed by fifty migrants in an effort to make mass migration seem more palatable. This kind of information suppression falls well within the established practices of the Swedish government. It’s not a stretch to suggest there’s something fishy going on here.
A quick glance through recent Swedish headlines provides even more grounds for skepticism. The Swedish government seems keen to introduce restrictive internet filtering measures in the near future. Censoring articles like this one would be a strong first step towards the broad suppression of information for which the government of Sweden clearly yearns.
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