"Jonas Aghed, Elisabeth Åsbrink"
"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"If the topic is the Holocaust and you don't want to be feltolkad, then perhaps you should not keep on and be like that cool, provocative, Elisabeth Åsbrink in his review of Browning's book. It is not ”quite simple”, she writes, for example."
"When she is doing a great thing, both in review and in his response to me, that ”anyone” could become mass murderers, she leads the discussion wrong. For the first, that it is clear typical of the men in the Reservpolisbataljon 101 was that they belonged to the lower classes of society."
"It sounds nice to say ”anyone of us”, but in reality aren't at all people in all walks of life as likely to be set to carry out the bloodiest värven, in war or in the Holocaust. "
"For the second, it is not possible to exclude, as Browning admits, that the recruitment to the Reservpolisbataljon 101 was ideologically targeted. And then it is still interesting in the discussion about people who vote left (or liberal!) are less likely than högersympatisörer to become mass murderers. To emphasize the ”anyone” beds for those who, for example, to equate the nazis and the communists."
"nElisabeth Åsbrink call me stupid and lättkränkt and accuse me of not wanting to reflect on ”the power structures that are the basis for a genocide.” In my stupid state I thought it was just the structures of power, I called for a better analysis of the. "