The Republican Movement of Quebec joins forces with the Stram Kurs political party founded by Rasmus Paludan in Denmark
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We are very pleased to announce that the Republican Movement of Quebec is now joining forces with the Stram Kurs political party, founded by Rasmus Paludan in Denmark. Stram Kurs is a newly formed party started by lawyer Rasmus Paludan in July 2017. The party wants a tighter course for refugees and immigrants in Denmark, and will show all non-Western people from Denmark unless they are refugees from one of Denmark's neighboring countries. Stram Kurs has only published a short political program that deals solely with their foreign policy.
The party intends to stand up to the parliament. They started shortly after their start-up collecting the approximately 20,000 electoral declarations as required to be ready-made. In early 2017 Rasmus Paludan started a Youtube channel called "Freedom Voice", on which he uploads short video clips of himself attempting to provoke left-wing activists, as well as interviewing renowned politicians. Paludan was previously a member of New Citizenship, where he was listed as the party's candidate for KV17.
A letter to Guy Boulianne, March 22, 2018
Dear Mr. Boulianne,
Thank you very much for writing me.
I have been following what is going on in Canada, and I do believe that it is very serious, and that we face similar difficulties. Though you are worse off in Canada right now because of your current prime minister. I also had the please of visiting Quebec for a week in 2015, where I stayed in Montreal and Quebec City.
I believe a cooperation between us will bring mutual benefits.
Getting Chased By Antifa
The political base of the party Stram Kurs
This describes the party as "as much happiness as possible of ethnic Danes".
The party seek this philosophy to implement in its two political pillars:
1. The Identity Pillar
Identity policy focuses on the group, in this case, Danes who have ethnic, cultural, religious, linguistic and normative community. Politics deriving from this pillar thus concerns measures that will maintain and improve national homogeneity. The keywords are community sense and non-nationalist cohesion. The vast majority of residents in Denmark must be Danes who ethnically, linguistically, religiously, culturally and normatively profess themselves to the same or related values.
2. The Libertarian Pillar
Libertarianism is the political direction that radically highlights the individual's freedom and rights. The size of the state and intervention against the citizen's unfolding of his individual freedom is desired to be limited as much as possible. In tight course, the libertary column must be interpreted in conjunction with the identifying column. We consider it a prerequisite for libertarianism in Denmark that the non-national homogeneity has been restored. Only when there is an identical cohesion can freedom be flourished and the power of the state diminished.
"The Constitution states that there is freedom of religion as long as no violence is exercised. I believe that Islam does not meet that condition. I believe that Islam and Muslims exercise violence in connection with their religion, so I do not think my goal of getting Islam out of Denmark requires a change of law; I think that you need to manage the law more correctly", says Rasmus Paludan, who wants to hold the party in the parliament.
In a new book, penned by Thomas Larsen of the Danish daily Berlingske and based on interviews with the Queen, Margrethe II addressed on some of today's most controversial topics. According to Margrethe II, Danes have underestimated the challenges of successful integration. Consequently, this underestimation is reflected in democratic Denmark's failure to successfully explain the ground rules for Islamic groups, who are ready to challenge them. "We probably thought that this kind of thing would happen by itself. If you walked the streets of Copenhagen, drank the municipal tap water and took the local bus, you would probably become a Dane in a short time. It was so obvious for us, and therefore we thought that it must also apply to those who settled and lived here. It was not. Now we have learned," Margrethe II said, as quoted by Danish daily Berlingske, stating that it was not a law of nature that one becomes a Dane simply by staying in Denmark (Sputnik, 25.10.2016).
About Rasmus Paludan
Rasmus Paludan is a Danish lawyer, community reporter and journalist. As a defense attorney he has conducted a series of cases about citizens' freedoms. As a social defender, he has pronounced far-reaching freedom of speech and against mass immigration. Paludan became a student from Helsingør Gymnasium in 2000 and cand.jur. from the University of Copenhagen in 2008. He worked in his studies for Kromann Reumert in 2004 and for the International Criminal Court in 2005. He became a lawyer in 2014 and has met for national law. Paludan runs independent law firm with offices in the South Harbor, which was subjected to vandalism on December 2, 2016.
In autumn 2014, Paludan launched the "Red Card", which is a plastic card in a credit card format, on which the holder can enter his name, date and address. Rasmus Paludan urged people to run away from the police after handing the card to the police. He referred to section 750 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which states that the citizen is not obliged to speak to the police, but only to state his name, date of birth and address.
Paludan defended Freedom activist Lars Kragh Andersen in Copenhagen City Council in April 2016, where Lars Kragh Andersen, among others, was accused of publishing personal numbers belonging to then Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Defense Minister Nicolai Wammen. In addition, he was accused of honor by mentioning the named police officers as "penis belts" and "planters" referring to police visits by citizens and seizure of cannabis.
On February 23, 2017, it was found that a 42-year-old North Jutland man, who, as the first in 46 years, was accused of blasphemy - having burned a Koran in his garden and published the video of burning on Facebook - had chosen Rasmus Paludan as his defender. Rasmus Paludan stated that the man's action was legal and self-defense.
Rasmus Paludan launched the website www.kriminelle.dk in 2007, where he published a picture of cyclists and pedestrians who violated the road traffic laws, for example by cycling on the sidewalk or facing red light. He told him he did so to reduce the number of killed in traffic and to make people think about it. Rasmus Paludan presented to the European Parliament for the June Movement in 2009, but no one from the movement was chosen.
On January 4, 2017, Rasmus Paludan announced that he was previously a member of the Left and was now a member of New Citizenship. On January 28, 2017, New Borgerliga made him a candidate for Copenhagen Citizens' Representation. On 10 February 2017 Rasmus Paludan announced that he had changed a party to the Danish Society.
On January 10, 2017, he stated in the AK 24sy program on Radio24Syv that all who knew him knew he was "out of category".
On October 1, 2016 Rasmus Paludan held a speech at a demonstration held by the Association for Freedom. He also spoke at a demonstration against Hizb ut-Tahrir on November 6, 2016 at Nørrebro. On 17 December 2016 at Sankt Hans Torv he spoke against political violence. Rasmus Paludan is a member of the board and attorney for the association.
In January 2017, Rasmus Paludan founded the "Freedom Voice" television channel, which consisted of a website and channel on YouTube. It was announced that the channel was registered with the Press Board. The first broadcast was a longer interview with Kim Møller, founder of Uriasposten.
Second broadcast was a report from Folkets Hus in Nørrebro, where Rasmus Paludan with a cameraman and a bodyguard met on January 25, 2017 to interview participants in "Venstreradical Stormøde" was discussing "militant resistance". Rasmus Paludan was attacked by autonomous and band members before the meeting started. He had to flee. The Copenhagen Police gave Rasmus Paludan an order that he should not approach the People's House for the next 12 hours for safety reasons.
On 29 January 2017 Rasmus Paludan reported from Mjølner Park. This time with unspecified "security measures".
On December 2, 2016, Rasmus Paludan's law office was subjected to vandalism. Unknown perpetrators smashed a pane and threw a lit powder shutter into the office. The powder shutter was clamped with gaffer tape so it was on and sprayed a thick layer of powder throughout the office. On the facade of the office, unknown perpetrators had written "Fuck Pegida", which was a reference to the name of Freedom previously used. Rasmus Paludan said he suspected Antifascistic Action to stand behind the army.
On December 17, 2016, Rasmus Paludan held a speech against political violence on Saint Hans Torv when he was stabbed and interrupted in his speech by a left-wing perpetrator.
On January 3, 2017, Rasmus told Paludan about the crime that he and others in freedom were exposed to. He said that he believed that the network Redox collaborated with criminals.