It is astounding that the enemedia is ignoring this story. Well, maybe not surprising. Imagine if a jihadist preacher had been targeted by a freedom lover; they would be rounding all of us up as we speak and building the gallows. The West is sinking.
Hedegaard fights for freedom. He heads up the International Free Press Society. Hedegaard spoke at our International Freedom Conference on September 11, 2012 as our embassies and our Ambassador burned in another attack on our freedom. Lars was targeted for assassination. This is war. The target was more than one man, but an idea. The target was freedom. We are all Lars Hedegaard. Brave son of a gun that he is.
The criminal silence of the NY Times (and the rest of the slovenly lemmings) on this and like matters amounts to complicity.
Tommy Robinson spoke at our 911 Freedom Conference, and he rots in jail on trumped-up charges. Kevin Carroll spoke at our 911 Freedom Conference. He, too, is in jail for a blasphemous Facebook comment. SION President's Council member Debbie Robinson, who also spoke at our 911 Freedom Conference, tells me that Paypal has frozen all of the funds in the account set up for the Geert Wilders visit.
Lars Vilks, also mentioned in this article, was the target of American Muslim Jihad Jane. He also spoke at our 911 International Freedom Conference. The enemedia did not deign to cover that world-historical event.
Oh, and the AP (Associated with jihadists Press) got it wrong -- the heresy "hate speech" conviction was overturned.
Gunman fires at Danish anti-Islam writer, but misses and flees APDanish police search the scene after a shooting incident on Feb. 5, 2013, in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Danish writer and prominent Islam critic, Lars Hedegaard, survived an attempted assassination Tuesday at his home in Copenhagen. (AP Photo/JensDresling/POLFOTO)The Associated Press, Feb. 5, 2013COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- A gunman tried to shoot a Danish writer and prominent critic of Islam on Tuesday, but missed and fled after a scuffle with his intended victim, police and the writer said.Lars Hedegaard, who heads a group that claims press freedom is under threat from Islam, told The Associated Press he was shaken but not physically injured in the attack at his Copenhagen home.Police said they were searching for the suspect, whom they described as a "foreign" man aged 20-25.Hedegaard, 70, said the gunman rang the doorbell of his apartment building on the pretext of delivering a package, and when Hedegaard opened the front door, the man pulled out a gun and fired a shot that narrowly missed the writer's head."The bullet flew past my right ear, after which I attacked him and punched him in the face, which made him lose the gun," Hedegaard told AP. He said the gunman then fled.Hedegaard heads the Free Press Society in Denmark and its international offshoot, the International Free Press Society. He is also among the publishers of a weekly anti-Islam newsletter.In 2011, he was convicted of hate speech and fined 5,000 kroner ($1,000) for making a series of insulting and degrading statements about Muslims.Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt condemned what she called a "despicable" act."It is even worse if the attack is rooted in an attempt to prevent Lars Hedegaard to use his freedom of expression," she said.Hedegaard has expressed support for a range of outspoken Islam critics in Europe, including Swedish artist Lars Vilks and Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders."Failed attack on my friend and Islam critic Lars Hedegaard in Denmark this morning. My thoughts are with him. Terrible," Wilders tweeted.The Free Press Society said it was "shaken and angry," but "relieved that the perpetrator did not succeed."Several Scandinavian writers, artists and journalists have been exposed to threats and violence from extremists since the 2005 publication of Danish newspaper cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad triggered an uproar in Muslim countries.Many Muslims believe the prophet should not be depicted at all -- even in a flattering way -- because it might encourage idolatryIn 2010, a Somali man living in Denmark used an axe to break into the home of one of the cartoonists, who escaped unharmed by locking himself into a panic room.Last year, four Swedish residents were convicted of terrorism in Denmark for plotting a shooting spree at the newspaper that first published the Muhammad caricatures.In Sweden, Vilks has lived under police protection after a drawing he made depicting Muhammad as a dog led to death threats from militant Islamists.