Eric Holder: Organized Crime’s Man of the Year hails Sweden as ’human rights champion’

When down is up, and wrong is right, and warmongers receive peace prizes, it’s no surprise that Sweden should be praised for its human rights record by, of all people, Eric Holder, the Attorney General of the United States (or “Organized Crime’s Man of the Year” as some call him).

George Mantor writes about Holder’s distinguished career in crime:

Eric Holder: Organized Crime’s Man of the Year

If I were a high level criminal, I would sleep with a life-sized blow-up doll of Eric Holder. How could I not love this man?

When it comes to the drug war, we wouldn’t even have one, and that would be very, very bad for very, very big business.

Prohibition is good for big business. It allows for the creation of extraordinary after cost profits while keeping competitors under control.

When you can grow your own weed or get it from your neighbor, the profit drains out of it. If you can grow Asteraceae, you can grow Cannabis. Who the hell would drop four bills for a lid of daisies?

Money laundering? No problem if you do it on a large enough scale. Government keeps the small players out of illegal activities and collects small penalties, commissions really, for not prosecuting the big boys. That is racketeering. HSBC and Wachovia come to mind.

Eric Holder has gone from the role to chief law enforcement officer of the people to a collector of commissions for providing protection to high level criminals.

If you say something the government doesn’t like, he will send a drone for your ass. It seems about the only punishable crimes left in America are speaking out and smoking dope.

Last week, Eric Holder shrugged off prosecuting bankstas because he thought it might be bad for the economy. And, he did it with a straight face.

Refusing to prosecute the largest ongoing global Ponzi scheme in all of history because it could hurt the economy? WTF? What economy? The Ponzi scheme and fiat money are the economy.

Most frustrating of all, perhaps, is that when Holder leaves office, he’ll have a lifetime lucrative job with one of the entities he refused to prosecute. It’s all so blatant. Who could deny that Eric Holder is anything but a facilitator of the corporatocrocy, and certainly not a servant of the people?

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[For more, see Eric Holder’s complete criminal bio]

Holder will be stepping down this year, probably to sighs of relief from the U.S. population. In his time Holder became infamous for a long string of Justice Department scandals including: spying on Associated Press journalists and seizing their phone records, the ’Fast and Furious’ gun trafficking disgrace, and being held in contempt of Congress for withholding documents related to investigations.

The damage has been done, but Holder can’t go without shoring up the stage for the continued ’Egalitarian Utopia’ theater.

During the first ever visit of a top U.S. legal official visit, Holder praised Sweden as a “champion of human rights”.


“I have repeatedly seen the significant, positive difference that Swedish engagement brings to the international stage,” Holder told the gathered audience of politicians, dignitaries, and representatives from various human rights groups in Sweden.

Holder, the first African American Attorney General of the United States, went on to praise Sweden for passing the Discrimination Act of 2008 and for being a leader in recognizing same-sex marriages.

“By becoming the seventh nation in the world to extend the right to marry to gay and lesbian couples, you’ve stabilized families and expanded individual liberty,” he said.

He went on to reference Sweden’s tradition of being a “safe haven” for refugees dating back to the granting of asylum to Jewish migrants fleeing persecution during World War II.

“You’ve shown that, although it is seldom easy, it is both noble and, more importantly, right to fight the short term comfort of indifference; to welcome those who flee from persecution; and to shelter those who struggle to survive in the lands where they were born,” he said.

The speech, billed as a talk about confronting contemporary civil rights challenges, comes as Holder faces questions back home and from leaders in Europe about the surveillance methods of the National Security Agency (NSA).

The issue came up once again during questions following the Tuesday’s speech in Stockholm, when Holder was asked whether individual privacy protections need to be strengthened following revelations about the extent of the NSA’s data gathering activities.

“The activities undertaken by the NSA are legal under American law,” Holder pointed out.

“But that doesn’t answer the question. Simply because we have the technical ability to do certain things and the legal ability to carry out certain surveillance activities, the question we need to ask ourselves is whether or not this is something that we should do.”

He added that he, along with the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, is now engaged in an effort to review US surveillance methods.

“It’s with the understanding that we want to keep the American people safe; we want to help keep the citizens of our allies safe,” said Holder, adding he hopes to “strike a balance”.

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This message is a striking discord to what journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has voiced regarding society and law in Sweden, stating the country is the “Saudi Arabia of feminism”.

Considering the known human right abuses and other implementations of “soft tyrannical policies” in Sweden, it’s strange that Holder would approve of Sweden like this. Or is it?

Why would Eric Holder praise Sweden?

Well, they banned homeschooling

Swedish social child services still haven’t given back the abducted Domenic to the Johansson family

Sweden as a trailblazer is pushing for the end of cash

Sweden has illegally wiretapped since at least 1970 by SÄPO

Then in 2008 it finally became “legal”: See here and here

The program has since expanded immensely

They’ve been promoting neutrality, while arming the world

And despite the Swedish model / the Nordic model is continuing to be promoted,cracks in the facade have finally become visible to some that have been pushing it as a cure-all

Again, there is the Assange story and how Sweden treated him

Not to mention the CIA and NATO connections

Or the accusations that Swedish authorities are separating innocent families

Also, please never speak of the ongoing gender war, and how by law, Swedish men are 2nd class citizens

Even homeless people in Sweden are forced to pay mandatory TV-license fees to fund the state owned propaganda machine

Chillingly, Sweden is a stalkers paradise, where no privacy remains

So yes, of course a criminal like Eric Holder would promote and praise a system that completely ignores human rights, is involved in social engineering on a massive scale, and promotes a “soft tyranny” to the extent that British author Ronald Huntford in the late 70’s realized that Sweden had fulfilled the role of the Orwellian state that George Orwell predicted in his book, 1984. You can read more about The New Totalitarians here.

For all the things you never knew about Sweden, please listen and learn:

Red Ice Radio: What You Didn’t Know About Sweden

Homeless man ordered to pay TV license fee

A homeless man has been asked to pay the Radiotjänst license fee, which funds Swedish public service radio and television, despite having neither a home nor a TV.


The Metro newspaper reported on Tuesday that the man received an invoice for a year’s worth of watching television. He has since appealed the 2,702 kronor ($415) fee to an administrative court, which did not rule in his favour.

“I will never pay because I think I’ve been wrongly treated,” the man told Metro.


After the man’s television broke in early 2012, he requested that he be exempt from paying the fee. As he became homeless shortly thereafter, he never received the letter and invoice from Radiotjänst explaining that his request had been denied.

The license fee has made the news several times this past year as it was extended to owners of smartphones, computers, and tablets. The law states that a person with a device that can access public service Sveriges Television (SVT) must pay the fee.

It also emerged last year that the prime minister had not paid his TV license fee at the official residence Sagerska huset. The government said it considered the residence part of the government offices and as such should be covered by its license fee.

“The obligation to pay the TV license covers all Swedish citizens, with some exceptions for elder care facilities and diplomats”, Radiotjänst CEO Carl Gustav Johansson told local media at the time. “There is no exception for, for example, the royal family or the prime minister.”


Comment: Oh you precious equality! This is further proof off the insanity of Swedish state enforced “equality” and a “one size fits all” mentality that has gone way overboard. More importantly, it demonstrate the madness of state owned media, subsidies for the press and that this “we’ll force you to pay, because you might watch our content” mentality is beyond backwards and absurd. It is in fact tyrannical collectivism. How is this “mandatory” fee not theft? It’s not voluntary, so is it not theft? The state takes your money and then funds the state propaganda with that money. The state is a parasite that creates nothing and generates nothing. I say: Let them compete on the market (in the few remnants that is still the free market) and we’ll see how many would voluntarily pay for your services SVT & SR!