It is not because we don't think people can be cured of antisemitism, it is that we don't think the state is able to do it'.
Commenting on the European migration crisis, he writes: 'The sole reason for thousands of migrants selling all they own and heading to Libya and are now stuck there is because the EU has refused to close that route until now.
Last June, he had 23,500 followers on Twitter, now it's over 75,000 - more than many party leaders - and no Swedish politician even comes close in terms of retweets, responses and mentions.
His 'fans' praise him for 'straight-talking' tweets on integration, immigration and attacks on political opponents, which have seen him compared to alt-right controversialist Milo Yiannopoulos.
w=300" data-large-file="https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/nelson-mandela-in-critical-condition.jpg? " src="https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/nelson-mandela-in-critical-condition.jpg? w=620" srcset="https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/nelson-mandela-in-critical-condition.jpg? w=620 620w, https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/nelson-mandela-in-critical-condition.jpg? w=150 150w, https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/nelson-mandela-in-critical-condition.jpg? w=300 300w, https://lukewilliamsgossip.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/640w" sizes="(max-width: 620px) 100vw, 620px" / Nelson Mandela is in a bad way!But he does not see any issue in using controversial language to win votes.‘There is a problem with the older generation of politicians who have been taught that there is a ‘correct’ way to do politics, to use language that doesn't upset people.'When politicians describe tackling the migration crisis, gang wars or segregated suburbs as 'a challenge', it makes it sound like they don’t see how big the problem is and that they don’t share the voters' burden, and there is a huge danger in that.' Since the Moderate Party welcomed a new leader in October, their support is up from 18.1 per cent to 22.2 per cent in the latest national survey.Sweden heads to the polls in September this year, and Bali seems confident his Twitter strategy will help them to victory.'People ask me why I choose to be provocative, but it’s not important to me whether anyone thinks I’m behaving correctly or not.Italy and the EU should have closed it sooner,' branding Save The Children and other aid organisations 'refugee smugglers' Responding to accusations that he and his followers are racist, Bali tweets: 'So if I have understood this correctly: Sweden's collective racist hatearmy is led by an Iranian MP, a Kurdish scientist, a Jewish author hailing from central Europe and those who fight us are pure Swedish soyboys and upper middle-class feminists?'When asked why he - an immigrant MP for a centrist liberal-conservative party - is using words almost exclusively found within the fascist alt-right movement, he explains that he has 'no problem stealing tactics from left or right, from alt-right populism or far left.''Soyboy is a term the alt-right has stolen from the fitness community.It's not theirs.'Alt-right has made it their mission to steal popular internet phenomenons and make them theirs - everything from a cartoon frog to drinking milk - and my idea is to take them back.'The alt-right don’t want a metrosexual Iranian mainstream politician stealing their symbols.