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Dan Park er frÊk ad Helvede til, og der er nÊppe nogen, han ikke kan provokere, og det er mÄske netop hans bedrift: At ligesom Lars Vilks virke som en gammeldags fremkaldervÊske pÄ svenske magthavere og kunstetablissementet.

Det er der ikke mange svenske (eller danske) kunstnere, der kan prale af, selvom de alle hĂŠvder, at netop det provokerende er det interessante ved kunsten. For en ordens skyld, er jeg helt uenig i det. Hvis man ikke har andet end ‘provokation’ at byde pĂ„ har man noget, men ikke meget. De fleste ‘provokerende kunstnere’ kan ikke engang provokere, og sĂ„ kommer  kunst endda af at “kunne.” De kan altsĂ„ ingenting.

Tag Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin, der har hele etablissemnet i ryggen for at vÊre provokerende, hvor de eneste hun har provokeret med sine trivielle propagandafotos, er en lille niche af svenske kristne. Wallins billeder viser, hvordan hendes idealverden ville se ud, hvis alle var svenske feminister, pseudokommunister og lesbiske, og det kan virkelig ikke provokere nogen i den svenske elite, som hun har holdt sig sÄ gode venner med. Meget magert er et resultat for en erklÊret provokatÞr, men det gav kors og bÄnd og stjerner pÄ. Det er altid nyttigt at fedte for magten og censurere sine egne eventuelle tanker.

Park udstiller deres livslĂžgn, og det er det hele vĂŠrd uanset om han evt. skulle vĂŠre “nazist” hvilket foreligger ubevist. Ingen har gjort set siden Vilks i 2007. SĂ„ ligegyldige og irrelevante er det svenske velfĂŠrsdskunstliv. Hvem interesserer sig for hofsnoge? Det skulle da lige vĂŠre hoffet selv, og deres andre snoge: journalisterne, som ogsĂ„ lever i den livslĂžgn, at de er magtkristiske og alternative.

Park viser, at hvis man udfordrer deres livslĂžgn, er der ingen grĂŠnse for hvilke yderligheder, de er parate til at gĂ„, og det er i sig selv en sjĂŠlden bedrift, isĂŠr i et konformt land. Han illustrerer, at det multikulturelle Sverige er blevet en totalitĂŠr stat. Det var jo Mikael Wiehe, vi var vant til at fĂ„  den besked fra, men den gamle kommunist er blevet ‘dansband’ musiker, nu hans egentlige projekt gik lidt i vasken i 1989. Det gĂ„r stadig fint med at smadre fĂŠdrelandet, for Wiehe er i virkeligheden ogsĂ„ pĂ„ magtens side, han har bare ikke opdaget det.

 Park risikerer alt, Wallin blot hyldest og anerkendelse. Park risikerer fysisk tÊv, fÊngsel og endda sit liv, og han gÞr alligevel, hvad han gÞr. Wallin er sandelig en modig kunstner, og Park er en farlig forbryder, ikke?

Billedet forestiller Elin Krantz og hendes morder, ethiopieren Ephrem Tadele Yohannes, en af de ret kriminalsager jeg har valgt ud af dĂždsofre for svenske multikulturalister. Det er et hĂžjpolitisk billede, for svenske medier og politikere gik i  de dage rundt og dukkede nakken som de fejge personer, de er over et meget ‘ubekvemt’ mord, som aldrig ville vĂŠre sket uden deres ivrige medvirken.

Elin Krantz er blevet ikonisk for, hvad Riksdagen gÞr ved Sverige, sÄ hendes skÊbne er stadig vÊrd at lÊse om, hvis hendes dÞd ikke skal vÊre fuldstÊndig meningslÞs.

Resten af deres brutalitet mod deres landsmĂŠnd er helt uoverkommeligt for en enkelt person at dokumentere. Elin, et offer for svenske politikeres fremmedpolitik, SĂžndagskrönika: Ett politiskt mord, Söndagskrönika: Ett politiskt mord, del 2. Se alle billederne pĂ„ Den Fri. Se ogsĂ„ Dan Park – samhĂ€llets fiende nummer 1?

Roger Scruton: Ray Honeyford havde ret

Thirty years ago, as editor of the Salisbury Review, I began to receive short articles from a Bradford headmaster, relating the dilemmas faced by those attempting to provide an English education to the children of Asian immigrants.

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Ray Honeyford’s case was simple. Children born and raised in Britain must be integrated into British society. Schools and teachers therefore had a duty, not merely to impart the English language and the English curriculum, but to ensure that children understood and adhered to the basic principles of the surrounding society, including racial and religious tolerance, sexual equality and the habit of settling conflicts by compromise and not by force.

Honeyford complained of the damage done by the multicultural ‘experts’, whose sole aim seemed to be ghettoisation. He recounted his efforts to explain to parents that it was in fact against the law to take their children out of school for weeks on end during term time. As a result of these efforts, Muslim activists packed a meeting in his school in order to make loud and threatening protests. Honeyford wrote from a spirit of genuine concern for children whom he was trying to protect — girls who were being forced into marriage, boys who came to school already exhausted from their lessons in the madrasah, children who were being brought up to believe that they were living in an alien place to which they did not belong and to which they owed neither loyalty nor gratitude.

In the course of his reflections, Honeyford made some harsh criticisms of the Commission for Racial Equality, a quango run by the leftist militants of the day, which devoted vast resources to propagating the message that Britain is a racist society and that schools had the duty to impress this fact on their pupils. Honeyford had the true but eccentric conviction that Britain is, comparatively speaking, not a racist society at all, and that our habit of admitting new communities and providing them with the educational and social resources enjoyed by our indigenous population goes some way to proving this. The anti-white and anti-British pronouncements of the people who were trying to undermine his attempts to provide an equal education to all the children in his school were, to his mind, far more evidently racist than any feature of the curriculum that he was striving to impart. And by pointing this out, he naturally poked his finger into a hornet’s nest of self-vaunting resentment.

He wrote true things about religious intolerance and sectarian murder in Pakistan. He referred to the hysterical nature of politics in the Indian subcontinent. He was dismissive of the ‘professional’ Asian and West Indian intellectuals who had made a career out of ‘anti-racism’. And he was scathing about the intellectual status of ‘polytechnic sociology’. He neglected to remind himself that his local university — the University of Bradford — had departments of sociology and social work run by the very people whose ideology he deplored. Very soon his school was surrounded by a rent-a-mob of diseducated students, dingy professors and fired-up Islamists, chanting ‘Raycist’, and calling for his dismissal. The local education authority responded, and Ray Honeyford was dismissed.

That, as we know, was not the end of the story. Honeyford’s articles were written before the rise of radical Islam, and were concerned with the more general question of national identity. He was sounding a warning that was bound to be ignored, given the profoundly anti-patriotic character of the educational establishment of the time. Honeyford was defending a social order founded on secular law and national loyalty, rather than religion. The nation, its land, its law, its language and its culture are things that we share. Religion is a thing that divides us. The activists who were attempting to take over Honeyford’s school were aware of this, and wanted their children to identify themselves as Muslims living in Britain, rather than as British people who happen to be Muslims. The idea that their children might be integrated into our kafir society was anathema to them, and they saw the school to which they were legally obliged to send their children as a thing to be either subverted or destroyed.

Things have moved on. With the London bombings, the Birmingham ‘Trojan horse’, and the British-born Islamists fighting in Syria, it has become impossible to ignore the warning that Honeyford sounded. But it is also necessary to put it in perspective. Our society, like other western societies, is governed by a secular law. This law is defined over a territory — the territory of the United Kingdom. This territory is ours, the place where we are, the home that we must defend. We acknowledge our fellow countrymen not as fellow believers but as neighbours. And although our country has been, and to a large extent remains, Christian in its outlook, its official faith is that of the ‘Church of England’, in which term the crucial word is not ‘Church’ but ‘England’. Even our religion has defined itself in national terms, being a sanctification of the land, its boundaries, its language and its law.

None of that is true of the historical experience of Sunni Muslims. Their law is not defined over territory, but applies everywhere. It is a religious and not a secular law, and therefore cannot be changed by human beings or in response to local requirements. It is expressed through a holy book written in an international language. In every respect Islam provides an experience of identity, and it is an identity at variance with the nation state. If we did not think this before, we ought surely to recognise it now, when we are seeing the results of our misguided attempt to create a nation state in Iraq.

This does not mean that Muslims cannot be responsible citizens of a secular order. AtatĂŒrk created such an order in Turkey, emphasising the land, its language, and its culture, imposing a secular law and dismissing the sharia as antiquated nonsense, irrelevant to every true Turkish patriot. In Iran and Kurdistan, national languages and historic claims to territory have likewise permitted the emergence of nation states, with Kurdistan likely to be the sole peaceful remnant of the former Iraq. But we should heed Honeyford’s warning, and recognise that what matters to Britain, as a secular nation state, is the extent to which the rising generation of Muslims can become British citizens first, and Muslims second, when it comes to defining their public duties.

Inevitably Muslims will find things that repel them in the mores of modern Britain. Unlike the rest of us, however, they have an alternative identity. I share their revulsion towards the Big Brother culture. But I know that I am British, and that this defines my primary loyalty and the ground of my submission to our law. Muslims have the possibility to define themselves against their country, rather than as part of it. That is what Islamists want to see, and it is the message that those fighters whom we ironically describe as ‘British’ will bring back to our country from their time spent in imposing Sunni Islam on the Shiites, Alawites, Druze and Christians of Syria.

People often ask where are the moderate Muslims, the ones who identify themselves as British, and who will speak up for our law, our institutions and our values. It is a good question. In Sunni Islam there is nobody appointed as spokesman for the faith. There are no equivalents of bishops, archbishops and Popes. And while the Church has existed as a corporate person in law from Roman times, there is no such thing in Islamic law as corporate personality, and a fortiori no such thing as the Mosque. The churches have featured in our history as distinct personalities, with views, aims and responsibilities of their own, while the mosque has existed in the background of Sunni life, a sacred place of meeting (‘jami’) but not an agent in law. Christianity is an institution, but Sunni Islam is an identity. And just as no individual is able to speak for England or France, but only as an Englishman or as a Frenchman, so no individual can speak for Sunni Islam. All the more reason for insisting, as Honeyford insisted to the children of his school, that when it comes to identity, it is nationality and not religion that counts.

11 feebruar 2012: Death of former head teacher Ray Honeyford sparks schooling debate

This article first appeared in the print edition of The Spectator magazine, dated 5 July 2014. Publiceret med Document.no

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Peter Buch
Peter Buch
6 years ago

Roger Scruton: Ray Honeyford havde ret… He recounted his efforts to explain to parents that it was in fact against the law to take their children out of school for weeks on end during term time… Det forekommer mig sĂŠrt eller en underlig plejen egeninteresser at vĂŠre mod forĂŠldres tagen elever bort fra skoler. Der synes mig kun at vĂŠre undervisningspligt og ikke skolepligt i Storbritannien, sĂ„vel som i Danmark. Dette er i modsĂŠtning til Sverige der sĂ„vidt jeg ved har skolepligt. Full-time education is compulsory for all children aged between 5 and 17 (from 2013, and up to 18… Read more »

HH
HH
6 years ago

Men vĂ€nta litet nu… mannen ifrĂ„ga Ă€r 59 Ă„r gammal. AlltsĂ„ har han gĂ„tt i den s k flumskolan. Vem var utbildningsminister nĂ€r denne man gick i skolan? Är det inte denne/denna minister som ska Ă„talas? Vilka var lĂ€rarna? Bör de inte Ă„talas ocksĂ„ för negligerande av solklara fakta?

Jag tycker man ska gÄ till botten med denna s-y-y-y-nnerligen och u-u-u-utomordentligt vi-i-iiktiga sak.

Tycker ni inte alla det?

Angela
Angela
6 years ago

GubbdjĂ€veln styrs av Soros och hans pack. Du sĂ€ger allt Nobody. Tack för det. Vi mĂ„ste ta tillbaka vĂ„r makt (folkets) i det kommande valet. Annars Ă€r det ute med oss och sedan land efter land. Det Ă€r ett krig mellan de styrda (folken över hela vĂ€rlden) och de styrande , etablissemanget/makteliten. Den lilla klick av mĂ„ngmiljardĂ€rer om ens begreppet miljard kan anvĂ€ndas för dem. Miljarder Ă€r bara fickpengar för dem. VĂ€rldens rikaste Ă€r inte ens med pĂ„ Forbes listor för de rikaste. Det skulle vĂ€l chocka folk för mycket. SnĂ€lla alla med röstrĂ€tt i Sverige – RÖSTA. LĂ„t Sverige… Read more »

nobody
nobody
6 years ago

ApropÄ alla skattepengar detta kostar. Kanske han vinner valet 2014 igen?

Som en hÀrlig gudomskÀlla (pÀrleporten)

“Som en hĂ€rlig gudomskĂ€lla,
rik och mÀktig, djup och stor
Àr den kÀrlek, nÄd och sanning
som i Reinfeldts hjÀrta bor.

Han har öppnat skattekistan
sÄ att jag kan bliva rik.
Genom skattepengar har han frÀlst mig
och bevarat mig som sin…

Han har öppnat pĂ€rleporten…”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY0hDGissJ4

Fader vĂ„r som Ă€r i himmelen…

nobody
nobody
6 years ago
Reply to  nobody

SÄg att youtube klippet redan Àr sencurerat, Ä hÀr ett nytt.

“Han Har Öppnat PĂ€rleporten”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeIi_zaffj8

P.S. Behöver jag sÀga att svensk debatt Àr en fars?

Angela
Angela
6 years ago
Reply to  nobody

Hahaha…de kanske lĂ€ser hĂ€r…hahaha…och visst tusan det hade jag glömt att censa…hahaha…

nobody
nobody
6 years ago

StÄ upp! Nu sjunger vi alla Psalm 248

“Tryggare kan ingen vara,
Än Reinfeldts lilla skara,
DDR och migrationen göms undan i himlafÀstet,
kommunister har infiltrerat nÀstet.

Reinfeldt sina trogna vÄrdar,
Uti TÀbys helga gÄrdar,
Över dem Han sig förbarmar,
BÀr dem uppÄ fadersarmar

Vad Han tar och vad Han giver,
Samme uisling Han förbliver,
Och Hans mÄl Àr blott det ena,
Moderaternas undergĂ„ng allena”: Tryggare kan ingen vara: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8A98i0ihExc

P.S. Behöver jag sÀga att svensk debatt Àr en fars?

nobody
nobody
6 years ago

En tröja, jag blir sĂ„ trött! Moderaternas broar brĂ€nns, vem tjĂ€nar pĂ„ det? “DĂ€r ute, dĂ€r floden bryter dĂ€r svetten och arbetet sker, Orterna dĂ€r vraken bor och diesel Ă„ngorna förpestar miljön i minusgrader Tiden har kommit Att sĂ€ga rĂ€tt Ă€r rĂ€tt Betala din hyra Betala din del Tiden har kommit Fakta Ă€r fakta Det tillhör svensken LĂ„t oss ge makten tillbaka Moderaterna i kör: Hur kan vi dansa nĂ€r vĂ„ra ideer Ă€r upp och ner Hur kan vi sova nĂ€r vĂ„ra broar brĂ€nns Hur kan vi dansa nĂ€r vĂ„ra ideer Ă€r upp och ner Hur kan vi sova nĂ€r… Read more »

da capo
da capo
6 years ago

I VANSINNETS SVERIGE En 59-Ă„rig arbetare frĂ„n UmeĂ„ Ă„talas nu för “hets mot folkgrupp”. Anledningen Ă€r att han gick till jobbet iklĂ€dd en skĂ€mt-t-shirt pĂ„ temat Adolf Hitler. T-shirten har funnits i olika versioner sedan 80-talet och Ă€r en drift med turnĂ©tröjor frĂ„n olika rockband. PĂ„ framsidan Ă€r en bild pĂ„ Hitler med texten “Adolf Hitler European Tour 1938-45”, och pĂ„ baksidan listas viktiga datum för Nazityskland under andra vĂ€rldskriget, frĂ„n “September 1939 – Poland” till “July 1945 – The Bunker, Berlin”. Det senare syftar pĂ„ Hitlers sjĂ€lvmord i nazistbunkern vid krigets slut. Den 59-Ă„riga mannen polisanmĂ€ldes efter att ha… Read more »

Angela
Angela
6 years ago
Reply to  da capo

Det Ă€r sĂ„ otroligt sĂ„ man hĂ€pnar. Det har slagit totalt slint i huvudet pĂ„ dem. HjĂ€rnkollaps Ă€r det minsta man kan sĂ€ga. Det Ă€r mycket farliga mĂ€nniskor som fĂ„tt makt och utrymme i vĂ„rt land. De mĂ„ste lĂ€mna maktens boningar sĂ„ snabbt det gĂ„r. De pratar om hyllningar till Hitler. Är det nĂ„gra som kan komma i nĂ€rheten av mĂ€nskliga illdĂ„d sĂ„ Ă€r det dessa mĂ€nniskor. De Ă€r extremt farliga för mĂ€nniskor, allmĂ€nheten och samhĂ€llen. De har monterat ned varenda tillstymmelse till förnuft och civilisation. Vi mĂ„ste i grunden ta reda pĂ„ vilka dessa dĂ„rar och illvilliga mĂ€nniskoföraktare Ă€r… Read more »

Angela
Angela
6 years ago
Reply to  da capo

JK, via kammarĂ„klagaren Stina Westman, ni Ă€r en feg skam för hela Sverige och svenskarna. “Lyder ni bara order”? Är det inte sĂ„ medlöparna brukar sĂ€ga i de efterkommande rĂ€ttegĂ„ngarna? Vilka ger er ordern? Var vĂ€nlig att tala om det i Ă„talet. Tala om VEMS Ă€renden ni gĂ„r? Tala om i vilken dĂ„res tjĂ€nst ni stĂ„r. Ett skall ni veta ni stĂ„r INTE i svenska folkets tjĂ€nst. Detta Ă€r INTE en lag som stiftats av svenska folket. Riksdagen har inte stiftat en lag sedan itrĂ€det i EU. Det var lĂ€nge sedan Riksdagen stiftade lager i svenska folkets namn. NĂ€sta rĂ€ttegĂ„ng… Read more »

SkÄning
SkÄning
6 years ago

HĂ„ller helt och hĂ„ller med dig, Steen, nĂ€r det gĂ€ller det fjantiga resonemanget att konst = provokation som Ă€ven Lars Vilks framhĂ€rdar. Anser det vara komplett bullshit, rent ut sagt. Var Mona Lisa en provokation? Är det inte konst? Exemplen Ă€r otaliga frĂ„n antiken till nutid. Den korrekta benĂ€mningen pĂ„ det Dan Park sysslar med Ă€r satir, och möjligen Ă€ven konst, men frĂ€mst satir. Det Ă€r en tradition som strĂ€cker sig lĂ„ngt tillbaks till 1600-talet i Europa, nĂ€r man kunde halshuggas för att kritisera kungen eller prĂ€sterskapet, men satirteckningar tillĂ€ts som en slags ventil. Och – som nĂ„gon nĂ€mnde –… Read more »

SkÄning
SkÄning
6 years ago
Reply to  steen

Östra Göinge hĂ€rstammar jag frĂ„n till en fjĂ€rdedel, en fjĂ€rdedel Helsingborgstrakten och hĂ€lften Malmö med omnejd. SkĂ„neland er et smukt land, det mĂ„ man sige. I harmoni med resten af Danmark.

Tyllycke pĂ„ din rejse, Morten. Selv kommer jeg til Sjaelland i August. 🙂

Angela
Angela
6 years ago
Reply to  steen

Det mest seriösa i Aftonbladet Ă€r Bridgen. Jaa, och i SR och SVT vĂ€derleken. Men nu hĂ„ller SR pĂ„ att förstöra Ă€ven vĂ€derleken. Sedan lĂ€nge har de försökt men det nya gardet pĂ„ VĂ€derlekstjĂ€nsten stĂ„r hĂ„rdnackat pĂ„ sig och hĂ„ller distansen. VĂ€derlekstjĂ€nsten har förstĂ„tt att de jobbar för folket, för LYSSNARNA och inte Ă€r lekkamrater till SR:s personal. DE vĂ€nder sig till lyssnarna , med nĂ„gra undantag, och HÄLSAR pĂ„ LYSSNARNA och struntar i SR:s personal. SR och SVT tror att public service Ă€r deras lekstuga , skapat för dem att ha en rolig lekstuga att vara pĂ„ om dagarna… Read more »

da capo
da capo
6 years ago

TillĂ€gnas Dan Park. – Var stark, hĂ„ll ut, Dan Park!- Du Ă€r nödvĂ€ndig.

http://goo.gl/3C02kY