PART OF A REPLY TO A COMPLAINT IN A JEWISH NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED STATES about “anti-Semitism” in the media of Sweden and Lithuania:–
First of all I would like to laud you for an exhaustive and well-prepared site. You have certainly gone through the Jewish question thoroughly before compiling your observations and analysis. Reading your This week’s Jewish News as usual today there was one piece of news that made my face wreathed in smiles.
The piece of news concerned how the Jewish community of Lithuania accused LNK television for anti-Semitism.
Well, the far too familiar irony is that the LNK, as stated in the article is owned by the Bonnier family, based in my country of origin, Sweden. Worth mentioning then is that the Bonniers are Jewish themselves. Bonnier is a taken name; originally the family was named Hirschel. Not only is the Bonnier family Jewish and not only do they own LNK, but they are the far most influential media group in Sweden and in Finland.
Of the seven largest daily newspapers in Sweden, the seven with a daily circulation of over 100,000, the Bonnier family owns four, Dagens Nyheter (the Daily News), Expressen (the Express), Sydsvenska Dagbladet (the Southern Swedish Daily News) and Dagens Industri (the Industry of Today).