Rasmus Paludan is a Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist who is almost certain to become a member of parliament after next month’s general election.
In the following excerpt from a TV panel discussion, a retired politician named Mimi Jakobsen — who was Minister of Culture for the Centre Democrats back in the 1980s — likens Mr. Paludan to a Nazi. In the ensuing argument, he flings the same insult back at her. Before the program is over, she hints that she’s planning on suing him for his impertinence.
Many thanks to Tania Groth for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
In the following video, Rasmus Paludan leads his colleagues in a little song while they burn a Koran. Mr. Paludan is a Danish lawyer, anti-Islam activist, and the founder of the Stram Kurs party, which is expected to earn enough votes to win seats in parliament next month.
Many thanks to Nemo for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
In the following TV panel discussion from Israel, the journalist Dr. Guy Bechor explains that American Jewish Progressives are the enemies of Israel and their fellow Jews, and should even be denied the right to return to Israel, since they are a danger to the Jewish state.
He also highlights the prominence of Progressive Jews in the “Russia collusion” conspiracy against President Donald Trump.
Many thanks to Rachel L for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
A law (Bill 21) proposed by Quebec Premier François Legault would restrict the wearing of religious symbols by public employees. Among the symbols to be prohibited is the hijab, which has predictably caused a fierce controversy about Bill 21.
The video below shows excerpts from a hearing in the Quebec legislature about Bill 21. It features retired Senator Céline Hervieux-Payette, who angered the Gutmenschen by linking the Islamic veil with female genital mutilation, forced marriage, and honor killing.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
The following documentary about culture-enriching Jew-hatred in the Netherlands comes from MandinerTV, a Hungarian center-right media outlet. The interviews are conducted in English and subtitled in Hungarian, but the questions are displayed on the screen in Hungarian.
Many thanks to CrossWare translating the questions, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Early yesterday morning I posted a brief clip of Rasmus Paludan, the Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist. It was an excerpt from a longer four-minute video. Since the latter was close-captioned rather than subtitled, I posted only the short video and just linked to the longer one.
Shortly after the post went up, YouTube took the longer video down for violating Danmarks Radio’s copyright. Fortunately, Vlad Tepes had saved a copy of the file, and Tania Groth has kindly translated it for subtitles. This was a good opportunity to provide a more comprehensive translation of the rapid-fire exchanges in the candidates’ debate.
Rasmus Paludan and his party Stram Kurs (Hard Line) have come up from nothing in a short period of time, and are now poised to enter the Danish parliament after next month’s general elections. When you watch the video below, you’ll see why Mr. Paludan is giving the political class such a bad case of heartburn. As Steen says, “Stram Kurs is indeed turning the tables in Denmark.”
I must note once again that it is Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, about halfway down the line of debate participants, whom Mr. Paludan is specifically addressing:
That’s what these clueless students remind me of. They attend a Catholic school in Brazil, and have been betrayed by their teachers and school administrators, whether the pedagogues and functionaries realize it or not. Not only have the Catholic authorities been gulled into allowing an imam onto the premises for an “interfaith” event, but the wily Muslim has used the occasion to lead the children in a recitation of the first chapter of the Koran, which specifically denigrates Jews and Christians.
The students haven’t a clue, but you can bet that any Muslim who watches this video grasps the full significance of the moment.
Many thanks to Ibn Al-Malek for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
This is a tale of two videos from Vienna. The first is an edited, pixelated, and sanitized version of the second.
The story concerns a teacher at school in Vienna whose classroom was full of belligerent, abusive, violent migrants. After a long series of deliberate provocations by the young thugs, the teacher reacted by spitting in the face of one of them. After that it was determined that he did not “meet the teaching qualifications” required by the school, and he was let go.
If it were not for a viral video of what happened, the incident might have ended there. However, the existence of the video meant that the Austrian media had to report on the “spitting teacher”, pre-digesting the events and presenting them in such a way that the violent migrants became puir wee bairns who had been victimized by the teacher.
The first video below shows an MSM report with snips from the edited and sanitized video, along with interviews and commentary about what happened. The second video is an unedited copy of the original viral video.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for translating the first video, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling.
Our Hungarian correspondent László, who tipped us to the second video, sends his take on what happened at the HTL Ottakring School:
Poor Vienna, how I liked it twenty years ago; I am so sad about losing it. For us Hungarians they are almost like our brothers. We call the Austrians our “brothers-in-law” (sógorok).
I think this is an example of the next stage of the local Islamic conquest:the transference of guilt and power. In this process the kafirs get the guilt, the muslims get the power in exchange. The muslims bully someone out of their soul and body and the bitter reaction of that kafir victim (who in this case indeed looks like a cornered dog in the videos) then becomes the pretense and justification for the further violent “backlash”. Nothing new; this is the old Pallywood game.
Reading the Austrian media, this is exactly what happened here: their headlines highlighted how this teacher was violent and spat on the “innocent migrants” (who cannot even be named, but everybody knows who they are), implying that this is “the cause of one altercation”. After all, do not you find it suspicious that now the entire Austrian globalist mainstream media is loudly talking about a violent story involving migrants? They used to hide these stories. It is not just Strache — he could not possibly unbend the warped evil Marxist media in such a short time. It is all about the guilt turned back on the good old Austrians: “He, the Austrian teacher” (note, also an authority figure from a Marxist point of view), “provoked those poor bastards — so he had it coming.” And this moral of the story is aired by loudspeakers for all the new dhimmis of Vienna so that they know their place.
This means that now a lot of Austrians will think twice before they dare to physically protect themselves and others against muslims. So the educational power of the story goes deep down into the nervous system and muscles of the inhabitants of Vienna, weakening them in their ability to fight back — speaking from a kinesiology perspective. In general, I noticed that muslims shape the actual “physical” battlefield in advance with psychological and political methods before they enter it and start to really attack on a bigger scale, and the above is just one example of these methods. Now many mohammedans got the green light in Vienna; the hunting season has been officially opened.
Note that Islam has not even been mentioned in the German media. The highest conceptual level they can grasp and talk about is “migrants”. So even if they manage to talk about it, they are missing the root cause.
Coca-Cola has launched a new marketing campaign in Norway for Ramadan in attempt to cash in on the Muslim demographic. And, based on the ad at the top of this post (which I found somewhere on the intertubes), it’s not just in Norway — that pitch is plainly from somewhere in the Middle East.
Many thanks to Tania Groth for translating this article from the Norwegian daily Dagbladet:
Islam campaign causes a stir — Risky
Coca-Cola is courting Norwegian Muslims in a new campaign.
In connection with the Islamic fast Ramadan, Coca-Cola will this week launch a major campaign across the country. On the advertising posters, we will see the well-known logo in a new form, namely with a crescent moon — an important symbol in Islam.
Why are you doing this?
“In Muslim countries we have a long history of observing Ramadan, just as we in this country have tradition for Christmas campaigns. Now for the first time in Norway we want to celebrate Ramadan together with Norwegian Muslims,” says Johanna Kosanovic, marketing manager in Norway.
[Photo (woman with earrings): LONG HISTORY: Johanna Kosanovic says the campaign continues a long story where the company has used its power to promote diversity. Photo: Coca Cola]
Apart from selling more soda, what do you want to accomplish with this campaign?
“We want to show our clear stand on diversity and how important it is to society. Diversity and inclusion have always been important to Coca-Cola. For example, many do not know that in the 1950s we were actively engaged in the civil rights movement, and that Coca-Cola was the first to feature women in advertising campaigns.”
Do you have other plans to mark Coca-Cola as an inclusive brand in other areas, such as sexual orientation etc.?
In general, I can say that we have a long history of taking an active position on issues related to diversity and gender equality. An example from recent times is how we in Norway are the main partner for the SHE conference. And in Sweden, women’s football is supported with as much money as the men’s football in connection with the World Cup. Beyond that, we never comment on plans for upcoming products and campaigns.”
What are you waiting for?
“We believe most share our values, such as the importance of community and joy. So we understand that not everyone would like us to take an active stand for cultural inclusion. It’s quite OK.”
Long-time readers are familiar with Rasmus Paludan, the Danish lawyer and anti-Islam activist who has repeatedly staged provocations in culturally enriched districts of several Danish cities. The first time we saw him in action was in January of 2017, when he was chased away from a “community center” in Nørrebro by a group of anarchists and Muslims. Mr. Paludan had worn a kippah while filing a video report at the center, to see what would happen.
As we reported last month, Mr. Paludan’s Koran-burning demonstrations had upset Muslims so much that they rioted in response, burning cars and looting and throwing rocks and engaging in all their other favorite youthful pastimes. As a result, the police banned any further such demonstrations, saying they were a “danger to the public peace”.
Mr. Paludan recently collected enough signatures to put his political party Stram Kurs (Hard Line) on the ballot in next month’s general elections. This has catapulted him from a minor nuisance to a major political irritant, since by law he is allowed to participate in televised political debates.
After you watch the video below, I think you’ll agree that Rasmus Paludan is one of the main reasons why the state has just cracked down on Steen, Jeppe Juhl, and other anti-Islam activists. Mr. Paludan’s actions have forced a national conversation on a topic that the Powers That Be would prefer to leave undiscussed.
By the way — the jowly man who is seen near the end of this clip, looking somewhat morose and thoughtful, is Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen of the Venstre Party, which leads the current coalition government.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:
Our group didn’t do the translation, so I can’t provide a transcript. An electrifying four-minute video, from which this one is excerpted, is available here. You’ll need to set “CC” on to see the close-captioning.
Vlad talked to Tania Groth today about events in Denmark, and here’s his report:
A general election was called in Denmark 2 days ago, on Monday. [Elections will take place on June 5.]
Today, Wednesday the 8th of May, is when the arrests took place, one of which, Jeppe Juhl, was a man running for the New Conservative party of Denmark.
A major newspaper in Denmark, Ekstra Bladet, ran a straw poll to see who would win the upcoming election and Rasmus Paludan polled at 24%, the highest amount of any party in Denmark.
Snaphanen [Steen], one of the arrested and a 67-year-old Danish blogger, was taken away by SIX police officers in handcuffs for sharing the video of the Scandinavian girls who had been decapitated by muslims in Morocco.
Jeppe Juhl, who was also arrested for sharing the video, said he had never even seen it let alone shared it, and they had arrested him also in connection for his work with NewsPeek, at least two years ago.
Thank you, Tania G for the insights onto these events in Denmark today, which show the real totalitarian, anti-democratic beliefs of the current Danish Prime Minister.
I woke up this morning to find this comment by a Dane posted on last night’s news feed:
I thought you may want to know; not sure where to post this, so here it is anyway: This morning, Steen from “Snaphanen” in Copenhagen, Denmark was picked up by six police officers and taken in for questioning in handcuffs, and his computers, hard drives etc. seized. Allegedly for linking to links from other links to links eventually leading to a video of a beheading.
Shakespeare was right. There IS something rotten in the state of Denmark.
I took a quick look at Steen’s Steen’s blog. He has posted — using a borrowed computer — about what happened. He’s not the only one who was rounded up this morning; evidently this was a big day for cracking down on “Islamophobes” in Denmark.
In Denmark! I thought Denmark was different, but evidently not.
This is the closest to home the repression has hit. Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was prosecuted and convicted, but she was never arrested, nor did she have her computers seized. This is the first time a good friend of mine has been handcuffed and taken away to help police with their enquiries.
I spent many enjoyable hours in Steen’s company on several occasions a few years ago. He put me up in his apartment and introduced me to a number of Danish dissidents, including Lars Hedegaard. Steen is a superb photographer — that was his primary pursuit before he took up Islamophobia. He took the photo at the top of this post in happier days, when I was in Denmark back in 2009, enjoying a meal at a restaurant with a group of Scandinavian dissidents. You can see me sitting at the far end of the table.
Below the jump is a machine translation of Steen’s post, adjusted to the extent that I could manage it. The mention of “Joseph K.” is a reference to Franz Kafka’s novel The Trial:
The following report from Italy describes the sorry state of affairs in the French public transport company RATP, which has hired hard-core Islamic zealots as bus drivers in order to keep the peace on buses that ply the culturally enriched banlieues of Paris.
The Islamists on a Paris bus: driver throws off woman with short dress
Entire city quarters in the hands of the fundamentalists who molest women. And the public transport company hires the Islamists to protect the vehicles from rock-throwing
The skirt was too short and the driver of the bus forbade a girl to board. The disturbing episode did not dramatically occur in an obscure country where Sharia law is in effect, but in Paris, where the driving of public transport vehicles which traverse the suburbs of Paris has been entrusted to Islamists to win the favor of the multi-ethnic periphery and avoid the rock-throwing on the part of the worst troublemakers.
And so it happens that one of these fundamentalists refused to pick up the 29-year-old daughter of the Algerian poet Kamel Bencheikh. “Think about dressing properly,” he told her. And he closed the doors again.
The episode occurred last Tuesday and did not raise the alarm that it should have. Indeed, it has almost been shunted aside in the French press and by the government, whose Transport Minister, Elisabeth Borne, has long presided over the Paris public transport company (RATP), offered no words of comfort were for what Elise had to suffer. Only a few members of the Républicans protested, as reported on Facebook by Bencheikh. The daughter, together with a friend, was “at the Botzaris stop near the Buttes Chaumont park” in the 19th arrondissement. It was just past eleven o’clock in the evening . “When the bus arrived,” recounts the Algerian poet, “the driver stopped, looked at them, and left without opening the doors”. The girls did not give up and ran until they reached it a few meters later, when he had to stop because the traffic light had turned red. And, when they asked the driver why he hadn’t let them board, he frosted them: “Think about dressing as you should.”
The account by Elise doesn’t leave much doubt. “The driver, a Maghrebian with a long beard, is defined as an “Islamist”. The RATP is believed to have already identified him and is also believed to have already launched an internal investigation into whether he really didn’t allow the two women to board the bus because they were dressed in clothes considered inappropriate by Salafist Islam. “This individual, who drives a bus and is paid by my taxes, prevented my daughter, a holder of a Navigo pass [subscription pass for public transport in Paris], which was valid and therefore in order, from boarding, only because she was dressed in a skirt,” wrote Bencheikh in a Facebook post, which, however, was immediately censored and is no longer visible.