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Swedish far-right 'disappointed' by Love Rally terror response

Published onsdag 12 april 2017 kl 14.52
Expo: They hoped a terror attack would give them momentum
(3:03 min)
Stockholm's Lovefest rally disgusted many in the Swedish far right.
Stockholm's Lovefest rally disgusted many in the Swedish far right. Credit: Markus Schreiber

White Power groups are disappointed and angry at the way Swedes have reacted to Friday's truck attack on central Stockholm, according to Daniel Poohl, editor-in-chief of Sweden's Expo Magazine.

"They want a reaction which is filled with anger, and I also think that they kind of hoped that a terror attack like this would give them some kind of momentum, but today it seems like they're not really in the political game," Poohl said.

The point their anger at ordinary Swedes, who they are describing as cowards and stupid.

Poohl said that he expected far-right movements to now alter their propaganda to exploit the fact that police are now highly confident that Friday's truck attack was carried out by a rejected asylum seeker who had not yet been deported from the country.

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