Thanks to Vlad Tepes for the video and the interview with Tania.
Two years ago Diana West reported that her friend, Danish historian and publisher Lars Hedegaard, narrowly escaped a Muslim assassin’s bullet, fired at his head when he opened his front door for what was by all appearances a postman dressed in uniform. The Danish publisher has long been an outspoken opponent of the Islamization of the West. After the bullet whizzed by his ear Hedegaard attacked the gunman. Following a struggle over the weapon, the killer escaped.
The would-be-assassin, whose history includes some fairly deep ties to jihadist organizations, was later arrested in Turkey, then released to Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as part of a prisoner exchange. The Danish and Turkish authorities kept the assassin’s name a secret.
Following the would-be-murderer’s release, the victim Lars Hedegaard was placed under Danish police orders not to reveal the man’s name, Basil Hassan, to anyone. Yes. You read that correctly. The gunman is still at large. And Lars Hedegaard is not to speak or publish his name.
Well, Hedegaard apparently did not obey the order to keep his mouth closed about the identity of his would-be-killer. As a result of his defiance Lars is himself now the defendant in a criminal Court proceeding for divulging that gunman’s name. This morning, February 26, 2016, PEGIDA-Denmark supporters showed up at the Danish Court to support Hedegaard and were arrested for displaying t-shirts emblazoned with the accused fugitive assassin’s name.
The takeaway? Hush, hush. We mustn’t offend them. They might try to kill us if we do that. And don’t speak their names. The authorities will put us into prison if we do that.