Lars Hedegaard, the President of the International Free Press Society, was interviewed by Michael Coren on SUN TV the other day. The two men discussed the current threat to free speech in Scandinavia, as evidenced by the treatment of Fjordman in the wake of the Oslo massacre. Readers will be pleased to hear Mr. Hedegaard’s vigorous defense of Fjordman.
Many thanks to Steen for uploading this video:
See the accompanying post at Snaphanen (in Danish).
Hat tip: LN.
Can anyone point to a source that backs up Hedegaard’s statements re: the 1973 deal allowing Muslim countries immigration and cultural protection in the EU in exchange for a promise not to limit the oil supply?