Exposing the dhimminess of Ikea and does Ikea founder have ties to the Nazis?

I have never cared for the darling of the 'modernist' or 'contemporary do it yourself style of furniture or socially engineered living as pushed by Ikea, the ga ga darling of college students around the globe which has experienced a dramatic surge in growth. I read this at Creeping Sharia about the totally dhimmi compliant IKEA hijab for mussie muslim employees. Isn't that touching and oh so politcally correct, diversified and multicultural! This is from 2005 but one can bet things have only gotten more mussie muslim friendly at sharia compliant Ikea.

While I was getting ill and extremely grumpy reading this I recalled an article about Ikea's founder, Ingvar Kamprad had ties to the nazis and is "still hailing the Swedish fascist leader Per Engdahl." Took a while to track it down but I finally did.


Ikea hijab for Muslim staff

Was doing a little reading on the legal jihad being waged against Abercrombie & Fitch and came across this pre-Creeping Sharia absurdity.

[Aug 2005]


IKEA’s new Edmonton branch contacted TheHijabShop.com to design and produce a ‘hijab’ – a Muslim headscarf – that would fit in with their current uniform.

When IKEA first approached TheHijabShop.com, their excited team was impressed that an internationally-acclaimed company like IKEA was making so much effort to accommodate Muslims in its workforce.

The challenge for the team was to create a hijab that had the IKEA branding; that was easy to put on without the need for pins – so avoiding any health and safety hazards; and that was something employees would feel comfortable wearing in a working environment, whether in the showroom or in the warehouse. It also had to be compact, without excess material flowing around, and meanwhile sticking to Islamic requirements.

After a few design ideas, the team decided to go with a two-piece hijab. The first piece acts as a cap covering the head, and the second fits over the cap to cover the neck, shoulder, and chest area.

The IKEA branding was added by using a navy blue coloured cloth, with a thin yellow line bordering the top of the cap and the edge of the bottom part of the hijab, finishing it off with the IKEA logo embroidered on the back.

TheHijabShop.com is now in its second year of trading and has been growing since its launch in June 2004. It has become the world’s leading online retailer for Islamic headscarves, with orders coming in from Columbia, Canada, Bosnia, and even as far afield as Australia and Japan.


Ikea founder was a member of the Nazi party and may still have ties today.

Ikea Founder Allegedly Recruited For The Swedish Nazis

Ingvar Kamprad, the billionaire founder of Swedish homeware company Ikea, is facing new allegations about his role in Nazi past due to a new book, reports the BBC.

Kamprad had already admitted some elements of his Nazi past in 1988, admitting he was a close friend of the Swedish fascist activist Per Engdahl, and a member of his fascist New Swedish Movement between 1942 and 1945.

However new details allege that not only was an active recruiter for the fascist Sweden's Socialist Union (SSS), he maintained close ties to the far right after the end of the War.

The allegations have come to light in a book by journalist Swedish journalist Elisabeth Åsbrink, who found files from the Swedish intelligence unit that concluded that Kamprad must have "some sort of official position within" the SSS, reports The Telegraph, and that he was recruiting new members.

Åsbrink says that Kamprad has been hiding these ties:

"He said in 1998 that he would get everything up on the table and that there would be nothing hidden. Why then didn't he tell us that he was a member of the worst Nazi party, and that the police found it serious enough to create a file on him?

She also says that Kamprad's links to Engdahl remained strong after the war -- he invited the fascist to his wedding in 1950, writing he was proud that the two belonged to the same circle. Even in 2010, when interviewed by Åsbrink, Kamprad refused to denounce the far right leader.

"Per Engdahl is a great man, and I will maintain that as long as I live," he said.

Kamprad had previously called his links to the Far Right "stupidity", and the "greatest mistake" of his life.

However, if the new allegations were true, its becomes harder to argue that Kamprad was not a full part of the Nazi movement.

Kamprad began creating the Ikea empire when he was just 16. Last year his wealth was estimated at $23 billion.

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