More Jew Hatred in Sweden: Dockers Block Israeli Cargo in "Gaza protest"

As we have shown on this site, the entire "Gaza Humanitarian Crisis" is a big lie used to rationalize the socially acceptable form of Jew hatred: the baseless, and obsessive anti-Israel sentiment around the world. The Gaza flotilla incident, where IDF soldiers bravely defended themselves against Islamic terrorists set upon a violent conflict with them, used the "big lie" to initiate and further their cause.  Unfortunately, the "big lie" and the PR stunts of our enemies is working, because the Netanyahu government just announced an easing of the blockade

This is precisely why we're going to see more an more anti-Israel sentiment around the world, because secular Israeli career politician "leaders" fear international pressure more than God.  The entire world will continue to turn on Israel, so long as we fear it, more than God.  The right thing is to simply not care what the world thinks, and do what we must do, according to our Jewish hearts, to defend ourselves and protect our own interests. 

The Jewish people and Israel owe the world no excuses, explanations, or apologies for our existence, and the world can decide if they are with us, or against us (see Gen. 12:3).   With all the Jew hatred in Sweden surfacing lately in the news (this is just the latest), it's clear where Sweden stands: 

(AFP) The Swedish Dock Workers Union on Wednesday launched a week-long blockade of cargo to and from Israel to protest the Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla last month, a union representative told AFP.

The blockade, which also applies to Israeli ships, was launched "because of the assault on the Ship to Gaza (flotilla), that we supported before they took off ... and the blockade of the Gaza strip, which affects the civilian population," union spokesman Rolf Axelsson said.

The dock workers' protest was to take place in all unionised Swedish ports, and ends at midnight (2200 GMT) on June 29.

Union chairman Bjoern A. Borg added the union called for an international investigation into the May 31 raid that killed nine pro-Palestinian activists.

He told AFP the dock workers believed Israel's easing of its Gaza blockade, announced on Sunday, was insufficient.

Eleven Swedes, including crime writer Henning Mankell, took part in the flotilla and were briefly taken into Israeli custody.

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