An Interview With Rasmus Paludan

Rasmus Paludan is a Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist who is currently running for parliament. His party, Stram Kurz (Hard Line), is currently polling well enough to make it likely that he will be sitting in Folketinget this time next month — although, as Vlad mentions in the interview, he will almost certainly be excluded from any possible coalition by the cordon sanitaire that always draws around Islam-critical parties in Europe. It has happened to the PVV, Sverigedemokraterna (the Sweden Democrats), Vlaams Belang, the AfD, and all the other “right-wing extremist” parties.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for conducting the interview and uploading the video:

5 thoughts on “An Interview With Rasmus Paludan

    • The B won’t tell you but Rasmus did a long interview with him some months ago; I watched it but don’t know where it went. His interview with Diana West was superb.

    • Most Danes seem to (puts we Brits and, dare I say, Americans to shame). I recall seeing a Danish tv interview with Mel Brooks- in English.

  1. Paludan said it was the money, benefits and education that drew Muslims, who don’t realize that once they institute Muslim dominance, the benefits will disappear.

    I think he’s underestimating the influence of hijrah, the Muslim migration motivated by the passion to spread Islam. The top Muslim leaders and politicians, unlike their followers on the street, are sophisticated and knowledgeable. They are also fervent, fundamentalist Muslims. They understand the consequences of the dominance of Muslims and the instituting of sharia law, and that’s fine with them. Their goal is not to have the best living conditions or the most wealth, but to institute sharia law.

    Socialism is just made for Muslim penetration. Under socialism, power is already centralized. All Muslims need to do is capture the top positions. Again, Muslims are very good at politics; also, any aspiring Muslim usurper will have the support of all his fellow Muslims. Climbing to the top of a centralized socialist country with weak individual options for expression is just the Muslims cup of tea.

    • I agree. I don’t think any of the benefits of civilization appeal to them at all either. If they did, they’d have more of them in their home countries.

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