The man is truly a hero in the full western sense of the word.
This is not only about Dan Park, the Swedes are also censoring Pippi Longstocking – where does it end? Do you have to go through all Western culture and eradicate anything that might be considered offensive?
The seller of ‘Sweden’s most dangerous art’
Published: 03 Oct 2014 16:36 GMT+02:00
The display of Park’s works is being organised by the Danish Free Press Society (Trykkefrihedsselskabet) and on Friday it was announced that Danish artist Kristian von Hornsleth will display the art at the Copenhagen gallery Hornsleth & Friends from October 23-31.
The sale of ‘Sweden’s most dangerous art’, meanwhile, is being doneonline by the Free Speech Library, a for-profit offshoot of the Free Press Society that is headed up by Lars Hedegaard, a noted Danish free speech activist and vocal Islam critic who is no stranger to controversy himself.
Hedegaard was at the centre of a high-profile legal battle over anti-Islamic comments including the insinuation that Muslim men rape their female family members. Although he was initially convicted by a lower court, he was unanimously cleared of racism charges by the Supreme Court in 2012.
Is Dan Park’s work racist?
Absolutely not. It’s a sort of snide comment on the activities of the so-called anti-racists.
Look at the picture of the three blacks hanging under the bridge. That was because the guy in the middle, Yusupha Sallah, was brutally attacked on a bridge in Malmö and almost thrown from the bridge. Immediately, Jallow Momodou, the guy on the left, who is the president of the National Afro-Swedish Association, went out and accused white Swedes of racism. But it turned out the guys who did it were not Swedes, but Kurds, and then suddenly he was very quiet about the attack.
NOTE: Therein lies the nub of the story. It’s a snide remark on the miserable actions of faux humanitarians adhering to the rules of political correctness, where only whites can be guilty of racism and bigotry.