Since Jonas Eika won the Nordic Council Prize for literature, he criticized prime minister Mette Frederiksen violently in his speech, where he among other things called for to close the udrejsecenteret Sjælsmark.
Now he has chosen to donate his prize money to just Sjælsmark.
It writes Politiken.
the Author has got his publishers to publish the news, as he did not speak with the press. Therefore, is the director of the publishing house Basilisk, which tells Politiken that the money should go to Sjælsmark.
- I know that it is his intention to use the money from the award to work on to improve conditions for the people who sit in Sjælsmark. To whom and how I do not know - and I don't know if he knows it yet, " says the director to the media.
He says, moreover, that the money will not go to the institution Sjælsmark, but rather to organizations and activists who are working to improve residents ' conditions.
Jonas Eika particularly criticised Mette Frederiksen's self-imposed title as the 'Children's Prime minister'.
Mette Frederiksen, who call themselves the Children of a Minister, but maintain an immigration policy that drives families apart, makes them poor, and exposing both children and adults for a slow, destructive violence in the country's so-called udrejsecentre.
- Close the Sjælsmark, close kærshovedgård, close the Ellebæk, discontinue the entire gulag camps, he said among other things in his speech.
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