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Right-wing atrocities occur all the time
"The terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand"

"”Right-wing atrocities occur all the time”"

"Högerextrem terror has always existed, in parallel with the jihadist and the far. It is not possible to just plug the terror into a focus, according to Anna-Lena Lodenius, an expert on right-wing extremism."

"Both in Sweden and elsewhere have a number of the world, with högerextrem background been," she says."

"– Now dominates the jihadism which accounts for 70-75 per cent of the incidents, but it has all the time been serious extremist acts, " she explains."

"For example, during the 90's they were Swedish right-wing violence-prone, with many a murder. In Sweden we have also had the occasional gärningspersoner with a racist agenda like John Ausonius, the so-called frankenstein, and Peter Mangs firings in Malmö."

"– We can not be folded different kinds of acts of terrorism, and we can't just look for the perpetrators with a certain profile. We must be föreberedda of the world, with different backgrounds, " says Anna-Lena Lodenius."

"Links to Sweden, that the offender has said it would avenge the 11-year-old girl who died in Stockholmsdådet, and the fact that the deed seems to be prepared by a manifest, is disturbing, she thinks."

"– It is not unusual for perpetrators, writes manifest. We have seen it with Breivik, and even Peter Mangs, who shot at people in Malmö, sweden, wrote an entire book on its subject, " says Anna-Lena Lodenius."

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