Due to illness, I haven’t been able to write anything about the verbal attacks delivered by Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen and the political leader of the Social Liberal Party Marianne Jelved.
Right now, I will just note that the Muhammad crisis according to Mr. Fogh Rasmussen divided the righteous from the cowards and that Ms. Jelved replied by calling Mr. Fogh Rasmussen the most dangerous man in Danish politics for the last 60 years.
Danish political commentators have relished the unusual fight and foretold the demise of the Social Democratic Party.
And just to finish this post, Danish media are quoting a letter circulated by the chairman of the section of Immigration Lawyers under the Danish Bar and Law Society Anders Christian Jensen where he condemned colleagues who participate in meetings concerning immigration and refugee policies with the Prime Minister. Mr. Jensen argued that such meetings would be the same as having Jewish organisations entering negotiations with the then Chancellor of Germany, Mr. Adolf Hitler, during the Holocaust.
I don’t know why but for some reason Denmark and Danes used to have a reputation for being boring.