The Jew Peter Wolodarski will replace Gunilla Herlitz as editor-in-chief at the Swedish daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter (DN). Dagens Nyheter, owned by the Jewish family Bonnier through media conglomerate Bonnier AB, has the largest circulation among morning newspapers in Sweden, followed by Göteborgs-Posten (GP), which is owned by the Jewish family Hjörne through the Stampen company.
Bonnier AB owns a huge part of the media in Scandinavia, and practically dominate the market in Sweden. They own Expressen, the second largest daily newspaper, and TV4, the largest private TV channel, and a number of other media companies. The books used in the Swedish school system, for example, are often produced by Bonnier companies. Bonnier media channels are notable for their anti-Swedish and pro-Zionist attitudes. Wolodarski is no exception, as he strongly identifies with the Jewish people while even denying that Swedes exist as an ethnic group.