Lars Hedegaard - The Third Jihad
Thanks to Steen for recording this important conversation with one of the leading counter-jihad intellectuals.
The danish One-man army Lars Hedegaard is interviewed by Asger Trier Engberg about the current islamic migratory offensive against the west.
"Islam is an army. Integration is not working simply because it’s absolutely forbidden to integrate. We in the West have a hard time understanding a culture that does not change, that has an essence, that has remained the same for 1400 years… Why is it that, the longer the muslims have stayed in the country, the less integrated they are? This started me off…We have to look at their core values……Our leaders do not take this seriously and I am afraid that it will take a public uprising before they will take this seriously. But they must. After the German occupation of Denmark there were quite a few who had collaborated with the enemy who came into very hot water. The same thing could happen here… This cannot be solved with a compromise, it’s either our civilisation or their non-civilisation and barbarism. Our two ways of life are like fire and water. One of them must be victorious.”
Update: Lars Hedegaards reference to a book written by a swedish immigrant from somalia, detailing an awful negligence, almost "tolerance" of incestual rape within the somali culture, caused uproar in the danish MSM. Not about tolerance of rape within muslim culture and relvant statitics of course, but about Hedegaards "branding" of ALL muslims.
-First rule for a pundit criticising islam: Say "many" in each an every sentence! - otherwise it will undoubtedly produce a soundbite wherein the impersonal "they" can be construed as "all".
I have therefore included Steens follow-up interview with Torben S. Hansen who wrote I krigens Hus (In the House of War) together with Lars Hedegaard. In many ways that book was the direct cause of the establishment of The Free Press Society. The writers association PEN moved to exclude Lars Hedegaard as a member because of its publication, which lead him to the establishment of an alternative society emphasizing free speech - The Danish Trykkefrihedsselskab.