February 24, 2017

Exclusive: Interview with defence lawyer in Denmark’s first blasphemy trial in 45 years

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

Rasmus Paludan is defending a Danish man who burned a Koran in 2015 and is now on trial for blasphemy.

To give this context: A Danish artist put a Koran through a shredder as an art project, and of course, the so-called "Danish cartoons" were first published in one of the nation's newspapers, leading to death and destruction across the world (and to Rebel Commander Ezra Levant's persecution by Canada's Human Rights Commissions.)

In neither case were blasphemy charges filed by Danish authorities. So why now?

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commented 2017-02-25 17:26:22 -0500
@jay Kelly…pah…those are just the mainland wannabee Danes…bunch of whimps….you should see what the real Vikings do out on the Faroe Islands…or perhaps not…it ain’t pretty…

But the point is Jay…they are not doing it to women.
commented 2017-02-25 03:02:41 -0500
Jay Kelly go laugh at a beheading like a good fool.
commented 2017-02-25 00:30:19 -0500
In Calgary, in 2017, the Barbaric practices continue in the Danish community which the Conservatives sought to outlaw in the last election.

As many commenters on The Rebel have highlighted in the past months, the Danish community of Calgary continues their activities freely as though their were no laws at all.

There was the ‘exchange of socks’, and then the horrendous “Katten af Tonden” in which the cats were shot in the barrel, and other barbaric practices. Only The Rebel was willing to report on these things.

Ask Victor Laszlo. The Danes did it to us before and they are doing it to us again.
commented 2017-02-24 17:12:46 -0500
All of this, like Canada’s Bill M103, just promotes more hate, divisiveness and intolerance towards hateful, divisive and intolerant people. Can you feel the pressure building? I can. All of this Cultural-Marxism, anti-democratic and totalitarianism is about to explode and when it does… it is going to be VERY unpleasant in what’s left of Westernized democracies when it does. Forewarned is Foretold.
commented 2017-02-24 13:57:22 -0500
I consider the Quran a political document and most certainly a document filled with hateful passages aimed primarily at Jews. The question then is can it be a hate to destroy hate? Islam is using the ruse of religion to advance a political agenda contained in their Quran. Even on a religious basis, the Quran contains a religious imperative , an authority from a deity to exterminate a race of human beings. How can that not be hate and how can it be blasphemy to destroy hate?
It might require the likes of Clarence Darrow to defend ourselves against these political prosecutions at the hands of Islam. Inherit the Wind , the sequel.
commented 2017-02-24 12:09:05 -0500
My litmus test for these political show trials is to research the number of times a person has stood trial for similar things like burning a bible or defiling a crucifix in a bottle of urine or burning a Torah – if no such prosecutions exist, then trials like this are certainly politically motivated and paid for by buying undue influence with government and conspiring to pervert the rule of law.

Equality before the law or there is no law
commented 2017-02-24 11:55:42 -0500
Yes, Dale, the dhimmified are cowards in face of the real threat. Appeasement didn’t work in 1939; It doesn’t work with the schoolyard bully and it won’t work with these hatemongers.
commented 2017-02-24 11:31:15 -0500
Coming to Canada . . . and soon !

Vancouver’s insane Mayor Robinson is upset that Franklin Graham is coming to an event in Vancouver and might say “Issslam is evil” . . .
Of course local Mossssques have made comments about Jews, Cafirs and Same-Sexers . . . and the Mayor is . . . well Silent like a good Dhimmi !