Breaking the Radio Waves

January 18, 2009 at 11:29 1 comment

For those of you fortunate enough to understand the language of August Strindberg, Ingemar Bergman and Liza Marklund, and who happen to take an interest in anti-Semitism in Europe, I can recommend this morning’s broadcast of Godmorgon, världen! (“Good Morning, World!”) on Swedish Public Radio 1.

There you can hear Gideon Levi from Haaretz claiming that what Israel has done in Gaza over the last few weeks is much worse and more brutal than Sabra and Shatila, and how he’s a lone voice of sanity in his war-mongering and morally corrupt homeland. But you’ll also have the opportunity to hear yours truely talking about anti-Semitism in Europe and especially in Sweden in the wake of Operation Cast Lead.

The broadcast can be found here, and if your blood pressure is high enough as it is, you can skip Levi’s bit and go straight to minute 20:45.


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Semiotic Confusion ConfuSSion

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. spellingmistakes  |  January 18, 2009 at 13:06

    Just listened to it now. I managed to recognize your voice and the word “example” I think you stoled it from other countries.

    Besides that, is your thorat ok?

    I mean such an effort toproduce thouse vowels and constinents,


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