Video Interview Series: Hunted Danish Politician Rasmus Paludan and Director Of Gates Of Vienna Ned May

Video Interview Series: Hunted Danish Politician Rasmus Paludan and Director Of Gates Of Vienna Ned May

  • Posted by Vlad Tepes
  • On October 24, 2019
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  • Blasphemy Law, Denmark, Gates Of Vienna, Hard Line, Ned May, Quran burning, Scandinavia, Stram Kurs

On the weekend of September 7th, 2019, Danish Lawyer and Politician, Rasmus Paludan, met in an undisclosed location in Canada with the director of Gates of Vienna, Ned May.

Paludan is the founder and leader of Danish Political party, Stram Kurs (Hard Line) which he founded in 2017. His tactics, while provocative, lay bare the willingness of some to respond with violence. Ask yourself: Should Rasmus Paludan lose his ability to speak freely and live without constant protection?

In this five part series, Paludan discusses the threats facing Denmark from radicals and their leftist enablers. Paludan goes in to detail about the attacks taking place against him and having to live his life in and out of safe-houses with 24 hour a day armed police security. The threats against Paludan are constant but vary in severity from threats, physical attacks and to bomb scares at his events.

Paludan is one of the few politicians in the West who has addressed the dangers of Islam, leftism, mass immigration and their effects on our classical individual liberties despite the dangers it has caused to his life.

Paludan had a chance to discuss his process of moving from a private sector lawyer who defeated Denmark’s 334-year-old blasphemy law that forbids public insults of a religion, such as the burning of holy books to leading a Political party.

In 2017, Paludan defended a 42-year-old Danish man charged with blasphemy after posting a video on Facebook of himself burning the Qur’an. This was the first time since 1946 that Denmark’s Blasphemy Law was used,

Paludan argued that the blasphemy charge was self defense;

“The Quran contains passages on how Mohammed’s followers must kill the infidel, i.e. the Danes.” he said. “Therefore, it’s an act of self-defense to burn a book that in such a way incites war and violence.”

During the course of the interview, Paludan describes coming within a few thousand votes of having 6 seats in the Danish Parliament in the 2019 election. This was an enormous feat considering the Stram Kurs party had only been eligible to run for a few weeks.

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