Several Swedish language podcasts have been removed from the audio website Soundcloud after the company emailed users telling them they had broken their “hate speech” terms of service.
All of the major Swedish anti-mass migration podcasts were taken off the site Tuesday including one which featured long-time Swedish mass migration critic and journalist Ingrid Carlqvist.
Ms. Carlqvist, a former writer for the Gatestone Institute and media commentator who has appeared on channels such as Fox News, tweeted: “We are starting to get too popular and hence dangerous for the authorities,” in reaction to the move.
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Carlqvist spoke to Breitbart London saying that she suspected that Soundcloud had bowed to far-left extremist groups who wanted to shut down the podcast naming the extremist organisation Antifa as being responsible.
“We have been aware for half a year or so that they would come after us in any way they could,” Carlqvist said. She added that two days before the takedown she and her co-host Conrad had started to use another platform called Spreaker which she thought may have been related.
Breitbart London has seen the email sent by Soundcloud, which said the pair had violated the terms of service (ToS) by posting “hate speech”.
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