Radical jihadism accounts for 70-75 per cent of the world's terrorism today, judge Anna-Lena Lodenius, an expert on right-wing extremism. But in addition to the take place at regular intervals. of högerextrem character also.
We often think that there is only one kind of terrorism all the time, but what we forget is that the extreme right-wing attacks always have been, even if they rarely have been the dominant trend, " says Lodenius.
– When Breivikdåden occurred, there were many who at first thought that it was also carried out by a jihadist.
with the jihadis as the most common offender. Where is the extreme right-wing, white antifederalisten – Oklahomabombaren Timothy McVeigh – that is typterroristen, according to Lodenius.
In the main suspects of the new zealand terroristens manifest interconnections to Sweden, including attacks on Drottninggatan and in Trollhättan.
– Within the far-right extremism, Sweden is quite high profile and have some international focus. It is quite a big possibility that he had taken the part of the material from the extremists in Sweden, " says Anna-Lena Lodenius.
" They have domedagsidén that the nations are facing some kind of total collapse, that the breed is depleted, to the ”right” people do not give birth to enough children. Islam is painted often as a threat.
Anders Behring Breivik and the chief suspect in New Zealand wrote the manifesto of their apocalyptic worldview was painted up.
There are also books that are described as the inspiration for a part of right-wing extremists. Oklahomabombaren McVeigh referred, for example, a dagboksroman from 1978 that was written by the leader of a white separatistorganisation.
out that the Säpos annual report, which came in the week indicated that not only the jihadist but also the right environment to grow.
– In Sweden, we are talking about a tenfold increase of the number of people the Fbi follow, " says Brown.
the move in The day of about 2,000 jihadis and 1,000 right-wing extremists.
" And it depends on the tension in the society. The same tension you have in Australia, and they have begun to show themselves even in New Zealand.
and the main suspects of the new zealand terroristens manifest, although the latter is much shorter and seems to have been written entirely by the terrorist himself.
That made references to the world, in Sweden, shows that the world has shrunk with modern technology, says His Brown.
" Yes, it is interesting. Conflicts are no longer local, but spread with the speed of light, literally. You can use the attacks in Europe as an excuse for attacks on the other side of the globe. Such, we also see in the jihadi environment.