The Modoggies Come to Malmö

Lars Vilks and his controversial Roundabout Dogs are coming to Malmö next summer. Hans Erling Jensen sends the following announcement concerning this important upcoming event.

The public appeasement council — no, wait, Conflict Advisory Board — in Malmö will meet about Lars Vilks

Due to a planned art exhibition in Malmö this summer by the much sought-after (by Muslims) Swedish artist Lars Vilks — who wants to show a variety of his drawings and paintings, including the now famous “Roundabout Dogs” — the city council has decided to call in their so-called “Conflict Advisory Board”.

The Conflict Advisory Board is a part of the municipality’s so-called “Dialogue Forum” where politicians and representatives of religious organisations (read: Muslim organisations and imams from the grand mosque in Malmö) occasionally gather to discuss how to avoid having Muslims in Malmö go berserk when they decide to be offended. This time the group wants to get an idea of how the Muslim representatives feel about the exhibition, and ask them to try to calm the masses.

“We want to get an idea of what the Muslim representatives think of the exhibition, and have them share their views of what can be done about it,” said Bjorn Lagerback, Coordinator of the Dialogue Forum.

Several of the paintings to be exhibited in a gallery in Malmö are reprints of the original drawing of the Prophet Muhammad Roundabout Dog. According to Vilks, the intention is to soothe criticism of Islam. Lars Vilks also says: “It is time to loosen up the status of Islam and the prophet as ‘non-criticisable issues’ where artistic performance and expression are concerned.”

Author’s remark:

As I see it, this is neither a question of dialogue nor conflict control. It is pure, systematic appeasement — nothing more, nothing less!

Hans Erling Jensen
Director of Free Speech Europe

For previous posts on Lars Vilks and the Roundabout Dogs, see the Modoggie Archives.

7 thoughts on “The Modoggies Come to Malmö

  1. The city of Malmo is calling in a bunch of Immams to decide if the modoggies should be exhibited? If it weren’t so pathetic it would be funny. Maybe Mr. Vilks will be inspired to create some new art!

      • Why, Europe, and especially Scandinavian, countries have become so servile to Muslims.
        Do people know that the British write Jane Austen mentioned something about humans being servile?

        Europe needs courage and courageous people like Mr. Vilks, not whips. If people are timid and cowards then Tyrants like Hitler will rise. This time it is Muslim tyrants.

  2. “We want to get an idea of what the Muslim representatives think of the exhibition, and have them share their views of what can be done about it,” said Bjorn Lagerback, Coordinator of the Dialogue Forum.
    That means, ” Please Muslims, our allies, help us crush our citizens. When you make your move vigorously no resistance will ensue.”

    Murad

  3. The master imam wanted later on, Lars Vilks to come and tell about his Modog in the Grand Mosque in Malmo. ”He is so welcome”, the imam says, ” We can all do wrong things!”

    To that Lars Vilks replies: ”I can go there, but I will not apologise anything! I have not done a wrong thing!”

    So this meeting will probably be blowing in the wind – from the behind of a big Mo-dog!

    Attention: At this time the imam has blown it off – as a wind from the Mo-dog! I just say! What are they doing here? And what are their friends the Lagerbäcks doing here? Obviously they dont like a democratic society!

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