This is Sonja. She’s one of many ordinary citizens who have been access to the country of Sweden’s official Twitter account as part of a social media experiment.

“Sweden stands for certain values — being progressive, democratic, creative,” Patrick Kampmann, Volontaire’s creative director, said in an interview. “We believed the best way to prove it was to handle the account in a progressive way and give control of it to ordinary Swedes.”

The @Swedens are nominated by others — people are not supposed to put their own name forward — and then selected by a committee of three, including Mr. Kampmann. The qualifications are that they have to be interesting, Twitter-literate and happy to post in English.

They are told not to do anything criminal, to label political opinions as their own and “not to make it sound like the entire Sweden feels that way,” said Cherin Awad, the Muslim lawyer, who was @Sweden from Feb. 27 to March 4.

Mr. Kampmann says he counsels the @Swedens to engage in “their normal Twitter behavior.”

Sonja, a 27-year-old woman who calls herself a “Holy mother of two,” obliged…much to the chagrin of many of her countrymen. Some interpreted her comments as anti-Semitic, but a calmer look shows that it may have been a clueless and clumsy attempt to call out Jew-haters.

Twitter respondents were flabbergasted by her ignorance:

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