the Rasmus paludan's "blunt messages is division and anger," but he has "as all other danes allowed to speak.
- It is the price of democracy, and it may not negotiable.
How to write newspaper Politiken in Tuesday's leader.
the Message is the same in several of the country's other national newspapers.
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the Announcement comes after the Sunday succeeding the racismedømte the founder of the party, firm, Rasmus Paludan, to ignite anger with his talk and demonstration at Nørrebro.
a Short time after it was in several places in Copenhagen in flames.
this year Alone, runs the police expenditure to paludan's demonstrations up in six million dollars. Shown by a reply from the ministry of Justice.
But that's the price for democracy, believes the newspapers.
- We must defend democracy against both its violent opponents and against the temptation to give in to the violence, writes the Berlingske tidende, while Jyllands-Posten supplement:
Paludan - so inappropriate his behaviour in general, has its right to demonstrate, if the authorities permit it, and he has his freedom of speech, if it is otherwise within the statutory framework.
In the Information referred to Rasmus Paludan as a "measly existence", if "provocations are foolish".
But it was pointed out that, "we can not restrict basic rights of freedom of expression and assembly of a provocateur, because the other threatens him with violence".
The same think Ekstra Bladet:
- It is not just about freedom of expression. The right to religious criticism in society is, quite simply, essential. It is the cornerstone of the modern, secular society created in a more centenarians struggle against religious and political tyranny, it is said in the Tuesday's leader.
B. T. believes that Sunday's demonstration and subsequent riot shows that we have not "come a step further since Muhammedkrisen".
- Although we are agreed that he is provocative and puerile, we also have to note that he has the Constitution and the right to demonstrate on his side, stands there in the newspaper's leader.
Only Kristeligt Dagblad believes that "freedom of expression has limits, and it should have". The newspaper mentions, among other things, the abolition of blasfemiparagraffen and write, that it could have been "an instrument to protect the public order in situations like in the weekend".