"Feminist Satanism. No, that’s not right. Satanic Feminists. To be fair, no, it should be Feminists Who Believe Men are Pedophilic Satanists (or Satanist Pedophiles). No matter how you look at it, these words don’t immediately make sense together. This is the Rescue Industry with a vengeance – and Extremist Feminism indeed.
Gunilla Ekberg has not appeared in public in Sweden in quite a while, I believe, but she has been giving anti-prostitution talks in Canada in support of a campaign to defeat Judge Himel’s decision to decriminalise many aspects of sex work in Ontario (Ekberg is apparently a citizen of Canada). Her notoriety derives from her unyielding attitude as a campaigner, so authoritarian even some Swedes with similar ideas stopped wanting to be associated with her.
In 2005 she was Gender Equality Minister in Sweden and closely allied with ROKS, an organisation that runs shelters for women in trouble. At the time, ROKS’s management claimed Swedish patriarchy could usefully be compared to Afghanistan’s and advocated separatism: women living apart from men. As if this were not enough, ROKS management came to believe that pedophilic satanism was a real threat to girls and women in Sweden. Phew." Read more on Laura Agustin's blog.
The Gender War is a two hour documentary by the award winning Sveriges Television reporter Evin Rubar. As far as I know, it's the only investigative journalistic examination ever made about the Swedish state feminism. It focuses on a group of radical feminists that have had great influence over swedish gender politics during the last two decades. It's a prime example of swedish society where ideology is enforced on principle and the human costs are neglected.
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2nd part of the documentary