They are neither brave, victuous, nor talented. They are on their bellies at all times.
Check out this supreme act of cowardice and dhimmitude by this Swedish museum. They have disinvited Lars Vilks to present his work at a September 30 exhibition. Artists have withdrawn from a Swedish exhibition in protest. Art!
Lars Vilks is singular in his courage and steadfastness for human rights, freedom of expression, freedom of speech, and equality of rights under the law. He has received hundreds of death threats, suffered assassination plots, and been physically attacked. He is a true hero and artist who stands for human rights.
Museums gleefully show a crucifix immersed in urine (Andres Serrano) or elephant feces desecrating the Madonna, mother of Christ (Chris Ofili) but a Moetoon? Fuggeduhbouddit.
Lars Vilks will be addressing our Freedom Congress at the UN on September 11th. Notice the press calls our Freedom Congress an "anti-Muslim" event. Freedom is "anti-Muslim." Have you registered yet? UN Plaza Millennium Hotel, 1 United Nations Plaza (44th and 1st Avenue) 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Email me at PamelaGeller@gmail.com.
Here is a google translate about SION and Vilks:
"Artists fleeing exhibition in protest" Jyllands Posten (hat tip Anders Gravers)BY SARAH KottThey should have been 17, now there are 5 artists back in Swedish exhibition.They should have been 17, now there are 5 artists back in Swedish exhibition.
17 Swedish artists should have presented their works at the exhibition "The pr & Jämt" on länsmuseet Jamtli in Östersund from 30 September.
But at present there are only five artists left who want their art on display at Jamtli.
The reason is the controversial artist and cartoonist Lars Vilks.
Is no longer welcome
Vilks, who among other things is known to have drawn the Prophet Mohammed as a dog, was selected to participate in the exhibition with a video installation.
But he is no longer welcome, says the museum management.
Cartoonist Indeed agreed to speak at the anti-Muslim organization atmosphere meeting in New York on 11 September.
At the same time he voiced criticism of Islam.
The museum's announcement has been a big part of the other participating artists to withdraw, according to Swedish Radio Kulturnytt .
While one withdrew for other reasons in the past, has 10 artists, as well as Lars Vilks, chose to keep their works away from Jamtli in protest.
Marianne Lindberg De Geer, and Ola Åstrand was among the first who boycotted the exhibition.
In a post on expressen.se explained Marianne Lindberg De Geer:
"Everything should be investigated in a country that wants to call itself a democracy. And religion is an area that power at all times has teamed up with when it suited and vice versa. "
Not suitable for a modern society
Lars Vilks has previously told Kulturnytt that he, as SION, believe that Islam is a threat to the Western world for the simple reason that Islam's religious beliefs "is unfit to be introduced in a modern society".
He also admitted that some Muslims have successfully adapted to modern society.
"But they do not form a strong voice," he said.
It was precisely these observations which were Jamtli to respond.