My dear friend and colleague in the war for the West, Anders Gravers (Danish leader of the Stop the Islamisation of Europe movement and now a political party), was threatened with arrest for trying to exercise his right to free speech. Europe is reverting to a medieval approach to "governance." Geert Wilders' trial is for all intents and purposes a heresy trial, and this silencing of free men who demonstrate against Islamic supremacism is fascism in action.
Of course it is always in the name of protection against fascism that the fascists institute their anti-freedom policies. The UAF (the notoriously fascist UK organization mockingly self-identified as "Unite Against Fascism") best illustrates this stunning obfuscation and duplicity.
Andres Gravers came to the US for the inaugural event of the Freedom Defense Initiative. A DVD of the entire conference will be available shortly.
Here is Anders Gravers' report on what happened, written exclusively for Atlas.
Anders Gravers threatened by arrest
The police has forbidden our demonstration in front of the mosque on Vibevej in Copenhagen, which is to be rebuilt into a huge mosque.
The police has forbidden the demonstration according to §79 in the Danish constitution
§ 79 "Citizens shall, without previous permission, be at liberty to assemble unarmed. The police shall be entitled to be present at public meetings. Open-air meetings may be prohibited when it is feared that they may constitute a danger to the public peace."
But no one has anything to fear from our demonstration - in other words we constitute no danger to the public peace. No violence will originate from us. Violence - if any - will come from illegal counter demonstrators such as muslims and leftwing thugs that call themselves autonomes (anarchists) and/or (believe it or not!) "anti-fascists". Therefore the police cannot legally use §79 to order our demonstration cancelled.
Our former minister of justice, Lene Espersen, has made it clear that peaceful demonstrations cannot be prohibited, only violent counter demonstrations can. So the police has violated the Danish constitution by its prohibition against our demonstration.
Shortly we shall file a complaint against this police violation of our constitution. When we have made the complaint ready we will ask everybody to sign the document and mail it to the Danish minister of justice.
The police has told us that if we show up in front of the mosque anyway, they will arrest us. So now the situation is that the police protects mosques against public criticism. But we don't want president Ahmadinejad's mosque in the capital of Denmark under any circumstances and we have a constitutional right to protest publically. If the police deny us to show our anger and frustration openly it will pop up in other ways. That happend during the Second World War when police and government didn't want any criticism of the German occupying power. People then started to annoy the occupying power in all kinds of ways. That is a natural reaction when freedom is suppressed.