the Head of the firm, Rasmus Paludan, is a nazi.
It finds main applications for low -, Martin Krasnik, who himself is of jewish descent, and in his head.
In the manager compares the Martin Krasnik quran-shooter Rasmus Paludan with the Danish nazi leader and landsforræder Frits Clausen, who died in prison in 1947.
'To all those who call City of the clown, opvigler, clown, provocateur, fool, or else cheerfully, one must say no: With his view of humanity is Rasmus Paludan nazi', writes Martin Krasnik.
the Rasmus Paludan go to the polls on that would ban islam and expel non-western people. His party, the firm, sets out to the upcoming general election.
the Rasmus Paludan is known for his popular Youtube videos and anti-muslim demonstrations, where he often throws around with the quran or burn it after having intricate the in the bacon.
Video: Local Eyes, Steven Button/Byrd, Rasmus Flindt, Jonas Olufson. Producer: Martin Lorentsen
Frits Clausen was the leader of the Danish nazi party before and during the second world war. He got three seats in the Parliament at the elections in 1939.
'A fascist party is on the ballot. It has not happened since 1939, and that alone is a milestone. The time was a completely different, but people who can remember that choice, may be due to the striking similarity between the Frits Clausen and Rasmus Paludan. How to look Danish nazis would be', writes Martin Krasnik, who believes that the upcoming election will reveal how many danes there actually are racists.
'the History of the general election of 2019 will notice on the other parties confessed to the solid Danish experience with combating the nazis as the criminal elements they are. It is essential, therefore, that the Danish people's Party and New Civil in recent days have not been able to pull nazikortet and put clear distance to the City,' writes Martin Krasnik.
the Criticism from the editor-in-chief do not seem to bite particularly hard on the firm' party leader.
- He (Martin Krasnik, red.) can even be a nazi, writes Rasmus Paludan in a text message to the Additional Magazine and adds:
- You must not be a member of the party (firm, red.), if you are or have been a nazi. I have always defended the jews and homosexuals and taken the sharpest possible distance from nazism.
- Furthermore, I am not a socialist. I'm a Danish patriot, he concludes.
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