ED-NOTE – Interesting to point here that the Israeli press do not speak of the exemption made to the Jewish schools… As always, the usual suspects (i.e. the Jews) are behind it and, acting behind the scene, are using DEM MOOOZLEMS migrants (the useful idiots) to blame it all on.
In other European countries, the ‘migrants’ are being used to divert attention from the predation of the ECB, the destruction of our economies, of our standard of living, of our quality of life, of our cultural and archaeological heritage, the erosion of our civil liberties and the 666% kosherization and judaization of our nations and ‘values’.
In this particular case, the targets are of course the Christian schools, 59 of them which are about to be bannedwhile the Jewish schools are free to prosper and multiply.As always, the Cowards of Odin, the Swedish patriots, the ‘White’ Nationalists are nowhere to be seen while the Jews continue to further their agenda as spelt out in the Torah and nicely summed for us by Isaac Crémieux:
“Our cause is great and holy, and its success is guaranteed. Catholicism, our immemorial enemy, is lying in the dust, mortally wounded in the head. The net which Judaism is throwing over the globe of the earth is widening and spreading daily, and the momentous prophecies of our Holy Books are at least to be realized.
The time is near when Jerusalem will become the house of prayer for all nations and peoples, and the banner of Jewish monodeity will be unfurled and hoisted on the most distant shores.
Our might is immense, learn to adopt this might for our cause. What have you to be afraid of? The day is not distant when all the riches and treasures of the earth will become the property of the Jews.”
DAILY MAIL – Swedencould be set to ban all religious schools, following a proposal from the leading party ahead of this year’s election.
[Ron: Jewish schools are NOT included presumably because they are political ideological indoctrination centres and NOT religious schools.].
The Social Democratic party, which currently leads a minority government, has pledged to ban all religious free schools to tackle segregation in the country.
Ardalan Shekarabi, Sweden’s minister for Public Administration said that ‘teachers, not priests and imams should be in charge of schools’.
The proposal is not yet backed by parliament, but several other parties have criticized establishments of more religious free schools following reports of gender separation in classes at existing institutions.
‘We have to knock down segregation to keep Sweden together… school segregation must therefore also be broken down,’ Ardalan Shekarabi told a news conference in Stockholm.
Mr Shekarabi said his party, which has been losing support to the main opposition party the Moderates in the most recent polls, hopes to gain voters’ support on the issue.
‘Teachers and pedagogues should be in charge of a Swedish school, not priests and imams,’ Mr Shekarabi said.
Omar Abu Helal, principal at an Islamic charter school in southern Sweden, slammed the proposal as ‘a violation of the European Convention of Human Rights’ and ‘the freedom of religion’.
All religious schools in Sweden, one of the most secular nations in the world, are ‘free schools’, and operate independently while receiving state funding.
As it is forbidden in Swedish law to charge for primary education for children up to 18, any non-state run school receives government funding.
There are 71 primary and upper secondary religious schools, which make up five per cent of all free schools in Sweden. One is Jewish, 59 are Christian, and 11 are Muslim.
There are several other Jewish schools which do not fall into this category, as they do not have specific religious elements in their education plans,and exist to cater to an ethnic minority.
Segregation, integration and immigration are set to be the main talking points in the lead up to the general election in Sweden, a country which welcomed 163,000 asylum seekers in 2015 during the European migration crisis.
The country has registered around 400,000 asylum requests since 2012, or one for every 25 inhabitants, a record in Europe. SOURCE