Friday, May 16, 2008

DF crosses a Line



The Danish People's Party (DF) has crossed a line for what ought to be permissible; but not in Denmark! It is still part of the parliamentary majority of Anders Fogh Rasmussen, head of the liberal-conservative government in Denmark.

The Danish court administration has made a rule about head scarves in Danish courts. They should be allowed, even though there's not a single muslim judge. - At this moment, but they may come. Therefor the government is overruling the court administration's judgment by passing a law - with the support of the DF - prohibiting head scarves in Court.

What is so devilish in the DF advertising campaign is the fact that the court administration did not allow burqas.

Here we see a woman in a burqa and with a judge's gavel. Passing sentence on whom? The ordinary Dane perhaps? The man in the street?

"The Court therefore finds". Below the picture is the headline Submission (underkastelse). Who is going to submit? - submitted to whom? It's a devilish message! It makes you think of the 1930s.
Under the DF logo at the bottom: Give Denmark back to us. The muslim is supposedly stealing the country, or has stolen it.

A few days ago the top DF politician and chairman of the financial Committee in the Danish parliament Mr Thulesen Dahl admitted that the party is "anti-muslim". The following afternoon he retracted the word. The party is supposedly "anti-islamic".

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