the '7 Years'-the singer is not afraid to interfere in the public debate, and Rasmus paludan's latest comings and goings with the subsequent fire, fire and headings to follow, let he also not go unnoticed.
On Twitter, where he is followed by more than 200,000 fans, he suggests, to speak a little less about the 'racist hadprædikant', who once took pictures of cyclists in Copenhagen.
the Rasmus Paludan in 2007 in the process of taking photos of cyclists running on the sidewalk and a red light. Photo: Jens Dresling
shouldn't we talk a little less about him, the racist hadprædikant who once took pictures of cyclists in Copenhagen?— Lukas Graham (@LukasGraham) April 26, 2019
the notion that the City and even took pictures of cyclists in Copenhagen whereas Rasmus Paludan - before he fixed his attention on the qur'an - was very busy to get cyclists on Østerbro in Copenhagen, to comply with traffic laws and not ride a bike without keeping both hands on the handlebars.
Luke Graham despite the bustle of the city on the international music scene still time to comment on the Danish society. Photo: Per Lange
in Order to ensure that the law was complied with to the letter, photographed the City and the people who went over a red light, cycled on the walkways and talked in the cell phone when they are cycled. The images were subsequently posted on the web.
In Politiken's report from 2007 showed that the City already at that time had police protection, as it was not everyone who thought it was just amusing to get their offences made public spectacle on the internet.
For the newspaper, Politiken, explained the then-25-year-old City and its motivation as follows:
- in the past I tried also just to say to the people that they did something illegal. When they drove on the sidewalk, stopped them. A few rose of the bike, most were indifferent, and some were really angry. In fact, really angry. So in may, I created this page because I thought it would have a greater effect. I know that half of the population think I'm an idiot, but I stand by what I do.
Paludan has in recent years shifted its focus from traffic offences to the koran. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Rasmus paludan's islamkritiske party, Tight Course, at the time of writing total 20.981 vælgererklæringer and is now ready to face up to the general election.
Vælgererklæringerne began pouring in, as Rasmus Paludan was attacked in Nørrebro, after he had burned the koran.
the firm wants according to its website, among other things, to ban the religion of islam, withdraw from international conventions on refugees, take all the rise of non-western persons, who have been granted asylum, and expel all the rise of non-western persons, who are not citizens.