Lasse is elected to the management in the firm: 'My friends are taking distance from me'

"Many friends have taken away from me," he says, when B. T. meets him to Rigskongressen at Christiansborg. the Party firm has in recent months drawn the hea

Lasse is elected to the management in the firm: 'My friends are taking distance from me'

"Many friends have taken away from me," he says, when B. T. meets him to Rigskongressen at Christiansborg.

the Party firm has in recent months drawn the headlines with koranafbrændinger, racist expressions and unsaturated expressions.

the Party's leader, Rasmus Paludan, live under constant police protection and has been repeatedly assaulted, as in the video above, where a woman throws a liquid in addition to him, after he has called her a cheap hooker with skedesvamp.

Rigskongressen were originally supposed to be held at Hotel Park in Middelfart, denmark, but due to an imminent terrorist threat selected the police to ban the event.

instead, the parliamentary president, Henrik Dam Kristensen (S), at the request of Søren Espersen (DF) - given the Tight Course allowed to hold Rigskongressen in the Paliament at Christiansborg. A decision that has led to criticism from several more parties in the Danish Parliament.

About 100 members of the firm met Saturday up to Rigskongressen at Christiansborg palace, where they distributed themselves at the tables.

On the Rigskogressen presented the Rasmus Paludan, a so-called 'Rigsledelse', which was chosen without opposition. In the party's leadership sits among the other scavengers John Andersen, provokunstneren Uwe Max Jensen, farmakonomen Anita Jensen and three young men of 17, 18 and 20 years.

One of the young Tight Course profiles are 18-year-old Lasse Froelund, there was political talking at the Rigskongressen.

"I'm really glad to be a member of the firm. I think we have a very good cooperation, and there is not anyone in the firm, I have a hatred for," he said from the pulpit.

To B. T. tells Lasse Froelund, that he began to take an interest in the firm, when he saw Rasmus paludan's videos on Youtube, where he is attacked by autonomous on Nørrebro.

"After I saw the Rasmus' videos on Youtube, so I fell myself in them," he says.

He began to write and comment on Facebookopslag from the firm and Rasmus Paludan, and one day he was approached by two older party members, who wrote to him on Messenger.

They offered to pay his membership of the party and Lasse Froelund been extremely active in the firm.

He has participated in numerous demonstrations together with Rasmus Paludan, among others, Frederikshavn, Aarhus and Nørrebro. And it has not always been dangerous, when angry demonstrators have gone crazy under heavy police presence.

"You may well get a little noia on, because you well know, to be somewhere: 'You should just die'. Or who just want to smash. But you have to just bite the bullet and do it. As long as you're thinking about and looking over his shoulder, then nothing happens."

During the demonstrations, he has been spat on, and called 'nazi swine' after him. Even have Lasse Froelund on the lighter to burn korans in public places.

"It is a book. It is symbolic. The symbol of it is that I do not like Islam. Due to their belief and religion. Koranafbrænding is a fun way to do it, because so many get excited over nothing."

But it may not seem hurtful to moderate muslims, that you burn their holy book?

"You should not take it personally. As long as you play well even at as a muslim, that you are not violent and do not follow the koran and sharia law 100 percent, so close your eyes for it."

While the firm adopted their programme, had Association Stop racial Discrimination organized a demonstration at Christiansborg Slotsplads.

"We do not believe he is entitled to keep Rigskongres at Christiansborg. He has not a seat in Parliament. I think the Palace is a sacred place, and that I do not think, there must be racists and nazis, then is it not for all the people," says Laila Belhaj, president of the Association Stop racial Discrimination.

president of the Danish parliament Henrik Dam Kristensen, has defended the decision to open the Palace for the firm in an op-ed in Berlingske, which you can read here.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 16:00

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