CEO / Journalist

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein

Nomad / Uppsala University / Linnaeus University

Stockholm, Sweden


Annika Hernroth-Rothstein who is characterized as a Swedish activist, doubles as the CEO of an international political consulting agency NOMAD Ghana. Hernroth-Rothstein repeatedly makes racist, and bigoted statements on social media towards Palestinians.


Endorsing Collective Punishment

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein has, on more than one occasion, promotes collective punishment on the Gaza strip. Using Game of Thrones references, she glorifies the indiscriminate bombing of civilians with "Drakarys". Annika Hernroth-Rothstein states "Fuck everybody. Seriously. Fuck them all ... Drakarys...". She goes on further to say "I will never forgive. Darkarys".

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein emphasizes her beliefs with a statement such as "... annhiliating Hamas is not enough. Finish this. Finish them...". If that is not enough, she tweets at the Secretary General of the United Nations "You absolute waste of space. STFU and stay out of the way" for sympathizing with the deaths of innocent Palestinians.

Annika also doesn't shy away from smearing internationally recognized humanitarian organizations for helping civilians, as she posts "FUCK THE RED CROSS".


Staunch critic of peaceful protest

Aside from the calls to the destruction of human lives in Gaza, Annika Hernroth-Rothstein decries the use of peaceful protest, and makes light of a volcano violently erupting in Iceland, stating "That's what you get for boycotting Israel".


Generalizing detainees

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein spews even more racist rhetoric by painting all IDF detainees (civilians sheltering in UN schools) as terrorists. She is particularly spiteful of obese detainees, and calls them "rapist degenerates".



The massacre by Israel in Gaza since October 10, 2023 has been marked by severe violence and allegations of war crimes. The The UN Human Rights Council and UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territories reported clear evidence that war crimes have been committed during this latest surge of violence, emphasizing the need to hold those who violated international law and targeted civilians accountable​.

As of November 24, 2023, Israeli forces had continuously engaged the Gaza Strip for 49 days, contributing to a mounting humanitarian crisis in the region​​. The death toll has been significant, with more than 15,000 Palestinian civilians killed in Gaza since October 7, 2023. Furthermore, 1.7 million civilians (80% of the population) have been internally displaced in Gaza as of November 23.

In contrast, the official death count in Israel stands at 1,200​​, where over a third killed were active military members, and many of the civilian casualties were reported as being a direct result of Israeli "scorched earth" tactics where helicopters fired hellfire missiles and machine gun rounds indiscriminately at people running in the fields, and tanks shelling civilian houses in the kibbutz.

Amnesty International conducted a detailed investigation into Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip, focusing on incidents between October 7 and 12. The investigation revealed several alleged war crimes by the IDF, including:

  1. Indiscriminate Attacks on Civilian Areas: The IDF carried out thousands of air bombardments in the Gaza Strip, amounting to the equivalent explosion power of 2 atomic bombs, leading to widespread destruction. Attacks were found to be indiscriminate, failing to distinguish between civilian and military objectives. For instance, on October 7, an IDF strike hit a three-story residential building in Gaza City’s al-Zeitoun neighborhood, killing 15 members of the al-Dos family, including seven children. The youngest victim was just 18 months old​​.

  2. Strikes on Family Homes and Residential Buildings: On October 10, an air strike destroyed a family home in Gaza City’s al-Sahaba Street, killing 12 members of the Hijazi family and four of their neighbors. Three children were among those killed, with no evidence of military targets in the area at the time of the attack​​.

  3. Failure to Take Precautions to Spare Civilians: The IDF did not provide effective prior warnings to Palestinian civilians in many cases. Sometimes, no warnings were given at all, or they were inadequate, affecting whole buildings or streets full of people. This failure to take feasible precautions to spare civilians is a breach of international humanitarian law​​​​.

  4. Attack on a Refugee Camp and Public Market: An air strike on October 8 struck the Nuseirat refugee camp, killing members of the al-Naqla family, including children, and injuring many others​​. Additionally, on October 9, air strikes hit a market in Jabalia refugee camp, killing at least 69 people​​.

  5. Attacks on Hospitals and Medical Facilities: Israeli forces struck several healthcare facilities in Gaza. For example, the Indonesian Hospital was hit multiple times, killing civilians; the International Eye Hospital was completely destroyed; and the Turkish-Palestinian Friendship Hospital was forced to close following air raids. Additionally, well-marked ambulances were struck, resulting in casualties​​.

  6. Devastation of Gaza's Healthcare System: As of November 10, two-thirds of primary healthcare facilities and half of all hospitals in Gaza were non-functional. At least 521 people, including 16 medical workers, have been killed in 137 attacks on healthcare in Gaza​​.

  7. Claims of Hamas Using Hospitals Unsubstantiated: Israel claimed that Hamas fighters set up command centers beneath hospitals, but these claims have been contested and not corroborated by Human Rights Watch. The sweeping nature of Israel’s evacuation orders did not consider specific requirements for hospitals and patients, revealing their actual intent​​.

  8. Blockade of Gaza Strip: The total blockade imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip has been described as a war crime of collective punishment by Human Rights Watch​​.


Biographical Information

Annika Hernroth-Rothstein is CEO of an international political consulting agency NOMAD Ghana. She is a graduate of Linnaeus University, and currently resides in Stockholm, Sweden.

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"The thickness of these rapist degenerates tells us where the humanitarian aid rations went."
"Fuck everybody. Seriously. Fuck them all. Find the Bibas family or Drakarys No deal should be made without them"
"I can't fkn breathe. If this is in fact true, annihilating Hamas is not enough. Finish them. Not another minute of pauses and mercy."
"Look at all these civilian rapists with their civilian guns."
"I’ve said it a thousand times and I’ll say it a thousand more: FUCK THE RED CROSS."