Pakistani admits he hasn’t “read anything about cultural heritage”
Paul Joseph Watson
February 8, 2018
Sweden has appointed a Pakistani Muslim migrant as the head of its national heritage board, with the individual admitting that he hasn’t “read anything about cultural heritage”.
No, this is not a story out of the Onion.
Born in Lahore Pakistan, 44-year-old Qaisar Mahmood was appointed head of the Swedish National Heritage Board despite having no educational background or experience in history or archeology.
In an interview with Swedish publication Samhallsnytt, Mahmood admits he has “not read anything about cultural heritage”.
Mahmood has openly displayed hostility to Swedish heritage, telling a radio show that cultural traditions “hide hideous motives,” and expressing his intent to oppose Swedes who “want to protect the culture” and are resistant to change.
According to Robert Spencer, Mahmood has signaled his intent to use the position, “not to highlight and celebrate that heritage, but to downplay Sweden’s cultural heritage and history, and to create a false narrative that will help compel Swedes to accept mass Muslim migration,” and to “create the narrative” that will make Muslim migrants “part of something”.
Spencer cites another example of this which came to light last year.
Remember the fake news story about the Viking burial cloth bearing the word “Allah”? Last October, a Swedish researcher gained international headlines by claiming that burial costumes from Viking graves dating back to the ninth and tenth centuries had been found to be inscribed with the name “Allah.” The intent of this was obvious: to convince Swedes that Islam had always been a part of Sweden, all the way back to the days of the Vikings, and so they should not be concerned about the mass Muslim migration that was now bringing Sweden…