18 year old poet creates security crisis in Denmark by reading islam-critical poems.

This must be a tough one for the usual elites. The poet, Yayah Hassan of Palestinian origins, has created not just a security crisis which includes a no-fly-zone over the area where he will be reading, but a media storm in Denmark as well. The translator of this news piece said there is just too much on TV and everywhere to do this story justice.

But why?

My guess is, because the anti-islam poet is both ex muslim and Palestinian, about the top rung of the victim ladder or as Ezra would say, a royal flush in politically correct poker. They can’t accuse him of ‘racism’ for his quite valid views and even personal feelings of contempt for the contemptible religion of Islam. If they did shut him down, then they would have to admit something Denmark just isn’t ready to admit yet. Which is that Islam has destroyed freedom of speech and it can no longer be hidden behind the usual veneer of ‘white racism’. So instead, they moved him from a library in a highly enriched part of town, to a local public school where it will be easier to put into place all the security they feel they need.

Thank you Henrik for this one.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

17 Replies to “18 year old poet creates security crisis in Denmark by reading islam-critical poems.”

  1. The kind of tolerance who allowed this cancer to spread across Denmark, Europe, the West, the US should be indictable. WHO CANNOT SEE WHAT THESE SOCIAL ENGINEERS AND FAKE COMPASSIONISTAS ARE DOING ! ARRRRGHHHH.

  2. Before the bedbug bites it injects an anesthetic so it’s victim will not wake up and see what is happening. Islam is doing the same thing to the West. If the people of Denmark could just wake up for one second, they would see what monsters they have let into their country and they would close the door to future invasion. In a civilized country, people should be able to go to a poetry reading without having a SWAT Team there as security. Only a sleepwalker could fail to see this…

  3. For poetry makes nothing happen: it survives
    In the valley of its making where executives
    Would never want to tamper, flows on south
    From ranches of isolation and the busy griefs,
    Raw towns that we believe and die in…

    Guess Auden wasn’t reckoning on the literary critics of the religion of the perpetually offended.

  4. @don c

    If islam wins, then this one of his might get a last run:

    “…The stars are not wanted now; put out every one,
    Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun,
    Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood;
    For nothing now can ever come to any good.”

  5. All this security for a poet? Its unacceptable that a poet should go around attacking innocent people with knives, bombs etc and claim artistic license.

    What? Is that so?

  6. Into my heart an air that kills
    From yon far country blows:
    What are those blue remembered hills,
    What spires, what farms are those?

    That is the land of lost content,
    I see it shining plain,
    The happy highways where I went
    And cannot come again.

    A .E Housman.

  7. We need more people like him, his actions will wake up a few people and if the Moslems attack him more will become aware of the danger.

  8. A martyr for counterjihad might change the dynamics of macho-youth rebels. Not that I wish this young man harm, but he’s putting himself on front lines of the battle of the century. Jihadis are on the other side, this is _our_ fight for _our_ way of life.

    He should get a medal.

  9. Yucki I agree with you, he is also a good example of why the young make better soldiers, when you are their age you can’t conceive of their own deaths, in their minds everyone else may die but they will survive. Yes they know intellectually that they can die but the back portion of their brain says they will live.

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