Jyllands-Posten 22 August 2012
Lars Hedegaard, former chief editor of the national newspaper Information, president of the Danish and International Free Speech Society and reknown critic of EU, Islam, immigration, multiculture, climate alarmists and the Left, starts a new and completely professional newspaper. It will be published on a weekly basis from January 2013 in English, Danish and Swedish. Dispatch International can also be bought as online-edition in German and more languages for an online edition is planned as well.
EuropeNews 20 August 2012
By Nicolai Sennels
The cinema Palads is probably the biggest in Denmark. I and most of my friends always avoids it because of the many noisy and misbehaving immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa. The warning against noisy Muslims in certain cinemas thus applies unofficially all year round. This sign was put up at the cinema Palads in connection with Ramadan 2012 before being taken down again a few hours later because of accusations of racism:
Islam Watch 20 August 2012
By Hanne Nabintu Herland
Multiculturalism is heavily tinted with an underlying socialistic racism which implies that people with dark skins who do not originate from Europe should be "pitied”. These people must be helped, provided with welfare benefits and excused if they commit crimes. This socialistic racism is denigrating, and today permeates governments and social structures in a number of European countries, amongst these Norway. Instead of showing immigrants respect by offering them work, we shuffle the non-Western into an underclass of welfare-dependent victims.
The capital of Sweden is probably also the European capital of rape. Since Swedish police, politicians and media do their best to cover the Muhammad-factor, we have to look at neighbouring Scandinavian countries for a reasonable explanation:
Tablet Magazine 15 August 2012
By James Kirchick
There are few people in the world who have sacrificed more for the principle of free speech than the staff of Jyllands Posten, the most popular newspaper in Denmark. Since the paper published 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad on Sept. 30, 2005—sparking riots in Muslim countries, violent attacks on Danish embassies around the globe, and a worldwide debate about the extent of the West’s commitment to free speech—the Copenhagen bureau has been under constant threat.
Video: ICLA post speech panel discussion with Tommy Robinson, Lars Hedigaard, Hans Jansen and others
This is the Q&A with the ICLA crew from July 9 2012 at the European Parliament in Brussels. The entire video is about 45 minutes and there are some great moments in it.
Rape jihad in Denmark: More than half of all convicted rapists have immigrant backgrounds. Iraqis, Iranians, Turks and ...
"If the Danish parliament would vote on whether religious circumcision of male children should be prohibited, there is strong evidence that such a ban would be enacted. Spokesmen from the three largest parties in Denmark (Liberals, Social Democrats and Danish Peoples' Party) express that they and their parties are skeptical about the current practice where Jewish and Muslim boys may lawfully be circumcised, if there is a doctor present when surgery is performed.
Citizen Warrior 17 July 2012
NOT ONLY ARE are some people killing non-Muslims in the name of Islam (in impressive numbers) but some are doing something less newsworthy but potentially more disconcerting: Demanding and gaining concessions from non-Muslims, and slowly encroaching on democratic freedoms with the end-goal of establishing Sharia law in Western democracies (and already succeeding). This must be stopped and your help is needed.
Liberties Alliance 16 July 2012
Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Friends of Free Speech,
its a very great honor for me and I’m proud to be here in Brussels and to speak to you representing the foremost German Human Rights Organisation that stands for the preservation of freedom and democracy against Islamic supremacism, the Citizens Movement PAX EUROPA. Thank you very much, Elisabeth, Alain, Chris, Ned and my dear friend Henryk and all of You.
EuropeNews 15 July 2012
By Nicolai Sennels
Every single Dane would have had to pay nine thousand euro if we had voted yes, when we voted about the Euro in 2000. At that time 53.2 percent voted no, 46,8 percent voted yes - a relatively close call. The politicians and commentators that urged and threatened us to vote yes back then still owe us an apology.
International Civil Liberties Alliance 12 July 2012
On 9 July, the International Civil Liberties Alliance presented an International Human Rights and Freedom of Speech Conference in the European Parliament in Brussels. Over 100 people from numerous, countries, cultures, and backgrounds took part in this milestone event at which Lars Hedegaard of the Danish Free Press Society received the "Defender of Freedom” award.