Saturday, December 16, 2006

Pia Kjaersgaard is moving the middle ground of Danish Politics to the Right

The poster-girl and two of her lieutenants. "A fresh breath of air all over the country" the caption goes.

Dubbed the second most powerful politician in Denmark Pia Kjaersgaard seems busy moving the middle ground of politics in this traditionally Social Democrat welfare democracy to the right. Her way of looking on immigrants is no longer called "hate speech", but is the respectable and normal way of describing the "immigrant problem".

It is not immigration problems that are dealt with in the party's peculiarly national socialist way. The youth branch of the party has started a campaign in schools called "report on your teacher". Pupils and students are encouraged to write to the website or the party and report on indoctrination in schools. Lists of textbooks with a "leftist bias" are formed, and the powerful party has asked the minister of education to make a "textbook board" in the ministry that examines textbooks and forbids books with a "questionable content".

Most Danes do not seem to be aware of how this has happened. Therefore it comes as a big surprise when newspapers report very emotionally about asylum seekers who have been denied asylum and are then expelled from Denmark. Somewhat hypocritically the normal Dane seems to side with the vicitims of the harsh expulsion. The legislation that made it possible was passed by the Danish People's party and the centre-right coalition that it supports with the necessary parlimanentary mandates. Danish voters have only got what they voted for in the first place.


Blogger tinny ray said...

Many people do not know that the term "National Socialist" is sometimes abbreviated as "Nazi." The term "Nazi" means "National Socialist German Workers' Party" and that members of the horrid group did not call themselves Nazis, but called themselves socialists.

The "Nazi salute" is more accurately called the "American salute" as it was created and popularized by national socialists in the USA where its use was mandated by law in government schools for three decades before, and through, the creation of the National Socialist German Workers' Party. It was the early gesture of the Pledge of Allegiance.

The original pledge was anti libertarian and began with a military salute that then stretched out toward the flag. In actual use, the second part of the gesture was performed with a straight arm and palm down by children casually performing the forced ritual chanting. Due to the way that both gestures were used sequentially in the pledge, the military salute led to the Nazi salute. The Pledge's early salute caused quite a Fuhrer/furor. The Nazi salute is an extended military salute via the USA's pledge.

The USA originated Nazism, Nazi salutes, flag fetishism, robotic group-chanting to flags, and the modern swastika symbol as S symbolism for "socialism," all shown in the research of the noted historian Dr. Rex Curry. The bizarre acts in the USA began as early as 1875 and continued through the creation of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (German Nazis or NSGWP). The NSGWP had clear roots in National Socialism promoted by socialists in the USA. Amazing graphic images that prove the point are at

The USA is still the worst example in the world of bizarre laws that require robotic chanting to a national flag in government schools (socialist schools) every day for 12 years. It has changed generations of Americans from libertarians to authoritarians. The government bamboozled individuals into believing that robotic group-chanting in government schools is a beautiful expression of freedom. Frightening photographs are at

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