Saturday, 14 May 2011

The Conviction Of Lars Hedegaard

A story I missed earlier this month was that Lars Hedegaard, the President of the Danish Free Press Society was convicted on a charge of "hate speech". He will now appeal the ruling and take the issue to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary. I quote here part of his reaction:
"My crime is to have called attention to the horrific conditions of Muslim women and for my audacity the court has now enabled my detractors to label me a racist... Our authorities and their allies among the pc elites have chosen sides in the struggle between the forces of freedom and the forces of darkness and so opted for the oppressors of their own people and against those deserving of their protection."
It is the ideologically diseased wing of the Left that is responsible for this disgusting injustice. The young people of Taiwan and other young democratic societies in Asia look up to the political authorities in Europe, the U.S. and Australia - the Left must not be allowed to get away with this latest disgrace.

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