Translated by CrossWare with many thanks!
March 17, 2018
By Gellért Oláh
In Sweden the Muslims, and here the liberals, threatened the life of this woman
The Hungarian woman whose life was threatened, whose address was made public, and whose social media site was hacked recently moved home from Sweden because of the migrants. Countess Natalie previously gave an exclusive interview to M1 [Hungarian state television] about the attacks. She has been assigned former soldiers as bodyguards since then.
Countess Natalie has lived in Sweden for almost forty years, and moved to Hungary because of the deterioration of public safety. In an exclusive interview with M1 [television], she also described how regular attacks have become in Swedish cities, but the police ignore them.
The Hungarian-Swedish woman was threatened after the publication of the interview, her Facebook page was hacked, smear-campaign articles were released, and one of the liberal Internet portals even published her home address. After that, Natalie’s life was threatened, so she reported it to the police.
Countess Natalie is now protected by professional guards who are former soldiers, said Georg Spöttle. The security expert added: After speaking several times with a woman who returned from Sweden, they decided with a friend to provide her with personal protection. According to Georg Spöttle, because the facts listed by Natalie cannot be denied, her enemies are now trying to damage her reputation.
Georg Spöttle said: “This is a typical Leftist liberal smear campaign.” [This type of personal attack was the Communists’ favorite. They were the master of character assassination, and their intellectual descendants, the liberal-Bolsheviks, do it well, too. — Translator]
“Anyone who supports the government, anyone who is against migration, who wants a normal European life and who represents this view, they will try to smear and make life impossible for them,” he said.
It was not the first time that someone has been threatened for openly talking about the deterioration of public safety in Sweden because of migrants.
The Czech journalist Katerina Janouch wrote last year that because of the migrants, an increasing number of locals in Sweden are learning to shoot. In the Nordic state, the writer’s words were then called Russian propaganda by the Swedish Prime Minister, and criticized on Facebook. Among other things, he was quoted as saying that with her lies she pushed the cause of the xenophobic Czech President, Milos Zeman.