By Bernie on 18 May 2011
Olsen over at his blog Synopsis translates into Danish mainly English-speaking commentators most of whom are rarely published in the Danish media. Olsen also adds links and other instructive material to make the articles more informative for his Danish audience.
The problem facing many bloggers in Denmark is that if they wrote exactly what I write daily they could be charged with racism under Denmark’s hate speech law. I suppose it is less likely to be a crime if one is translating someone else's work.
I am honored to have my articles translated into Danish and hope that they help the people of Denmark understand and prepare for the Islamic threat facing all of us.
For years many Danes were afraid to admit the truth - that their Muslim immigrants are a threat to Denmark's free society. Fortunately there are politicians in Denmark willing to tell their Muslim immigrants to go back to their own countries.
Balder Blog, 16 Aug 2009, Denmark’s Vice PM Lene Espersen: Muslim threat worse than climate problemsFor many years the 'nationalist xenophobic' Danish People's Party was the only one pointing out the threat posed to the formerly so peaceful Danish society by the hundreds of thousands of immigrants who have established a parallel society.
Lene Espersen, leader & Deputy PM
'Muslim threat worse than climate problem'
They 'enriched' Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale country by turning it into a multicultural hell hole with honor killings, rapes and even mass rapes of Danish girls and woman, attacks on innocent Danes, police, ambulances and firemen, swindling asylum seekers, and shootouts with automatic weapons now being everyday news.
Lene Espersen, former justice minister, now Minister of economic and business affairs, leader of the liberalistic party 'Konservative' and Denmark's vice Prime Minister, said in an interview that 'the Muslim threat against our society is more serious than the climate problems', according to one of the country's largest newspapers 'Ekstra Bladet'.
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