Danish resistance denied.
Posted by Exile on January 13, 2007
Once in a while I stumble onto information that I find deeply fascinating and relevant. And occasionally I find something deeply unfair and undemocratic.
I have done so today.
There is an organisation here in little Denmark that is apparently not allowed to demonstrate peacefully and freely on the streets of Denmark. This organisation is made up of ordinary Danes with a peaceful and democratic message to all, but the Danish Minister for Justice, Lene Espersen, is denying them the right to publicly, and peacefully, go out and demonstrate by forbidding them to demonstrate because she fears for public order. Not from the demonstators, but from their critics.
She fears the demonstration would cause public disorder because these peacable demonstrators would be attacked by their opponents.
I find it strange, that Hamas, Hezbollah and any other Islamic group can freely demonstrate in the middle of Copenhagen, waving their terrorist flags and carrying their hateful banners, burning our flag and inciting to murder unopposed, while a home grown grass roots movement that opposes the islamification of their own society is banned from the same right to protest. Has Denmark gone mad? No. Only the politicians, especially Lene Espersen.
Our democracy has to be protected. It has to be defended. The politicians will not do this for us. Their main interest is to stay where they are for as long as possible and not make waves big enough to threaten their huge income or their beloved portfolios. To hell with principles. This is about money and power. And we wouldn’t want the ordinary man on the street to find out that he is being slowly and surely sold down the river by political indifference.
I would point out, that if they allow the islamists to eventually overrun this land, they will be equally out of a job as most of the rest of us. Unless they convert to Islam.
Perhaps the 910 group would chime in on this and bring some international pressure to bear on the Minister for Justice to allow these brave Danes their right to free protest? A thousand e-mails from outside the border might make them sit up and take notice. In the mean time, I will join this band of democratic champions and do my bit here.
There is a limited amount of information available on SAID’s website. I suggest one take a look. The site is in Danish.
The Ministry for Justice, and thereby Lene Espersen, can be contacted by e-mail at email@example.com
Drop them a line, asking why they denied SIAD their democratic right.