A minute's silence for the Black Life Matter got the waves to go extremely high during the Parliamentary afslutningsdebat late Monday evening.
It was løsgængeren Sikander Siddique (former Alternative, red.), during his ordførertale held a minute's silence for the victims of racism in connection with the Black Life Matter movement under its ordførertale.
It was, first and foremost, not all Mps who observed the silence, and when the minute was over, it was the previous hour idling in the afslutningsdebatten really connect.
'We see you, we hear, we love you. Black Lives Matter', concluded the rapporteur before the questions poured down on him.
- Grøftegravning, said the former minister of justice, Søren Pape Poulsen.
- We can all stand and read from our inbox, it is not the rapporteur, who is experiencing it. You will not get just easily through his messages as a gay man, he said.
- I can well understand that Søren Pape as white majoritetsborger can't recognize the problem, said Siddique.
- I dig no ditches, but we will also just have to say it as it is. We can not hide behind a false self-image that all is well. We have challenges and we must dare to take up.
- Try to pull offerkortet up, it sounded from Karina Adsbøl, and asked, whether it is Parliament or Sikandar Siddique, who is a racist.
Her generals Mette Hjermind Dencker joined the suit:
- the Danish people's Party has also tried to be a minority in Denmark, when we started. We know very well. how it is to be a minority, she said.
- We can not tolerate, is that the rapporteur takes a problem which does not exist in Denmark. It happens on the podium is shameful”, said an excited Lars Boje Mathiesen from the New Civic.