The Danes are in the vanguard when it comes to resisting the Great Jihad, and one of the ways they show it is in their unwavering commitment to free speech. Denmark refuses to cave in to the demands of political correctness by enforcing the Multicultural line in public discussion.
Now an initiative that was formerly confined to the Venstre party has been extended to become official Danish government policy. This is an indication that the recent re-election of Anders Fogh Rasmussen for an unprecedented third term as Prime Minister has consolidated the anti-PC trend in Denmark.
CG has kindly translated the following article from TV2:
Introducing grant for freedom of speech
Venstre has its own Freedom prize [Hirsi Ali got it in 2004, I think — translator]. Now the Venstre/Conservative government will introduce a freedom foundation prize which will be granted to persons who have contributed with an extraordinary effort in support of freedom of speech on an international level, the new government resolution shows.
When the grant will be introduced or how big it will be is not known.
Freedom of speech came into serious attention after the Muhammed drawings in Jyllands-Posten created an international uproar.