It was not quiet, as Jonas Eika on Tuesday night received the Nordic Council's literature Prize.
The Danish author attacked in his acceptance speech in Stockholm after the S-the government and the prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, who was present in the chamber.
He accused the government of being 'come to power by take over the previous government's racist language and policies'.
The opinion is Influenced by naturalisation, aliens and spokeswoman on integration, Rasmus Stoklund, not impressed by.
'Embarrassing to this award-winning forfatterklovn uses his acceptance speech to accuse the prime minister to be racist', writes Rasmus Stoklund at Twitter.
'He wants to hit Mette F., but will only achieve to devalue the concept and mock the millions of people who have been exposed to racism', writes the socialist rapporteur.
Jonas Eika criticised not only Denmark in his speech, but also the other nordic countries.
Mette Frederiksen had among other things put the ears to the following bandbulle from Jonas Eika.
Mette Frederiksen to 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.
Mogens Jensen (S), who is also minister for nordic cooperation, has also commented on the criticism from the Jonas Eika.
'Big warm congratulations to Jonas Eika with the Nordic Council's literature Prize! I do not agree with your criticism of my party and Denmark, but respect your great literary quality', writes Mogens Jensen on Twitter.
the Danish people's udlændingeordfører, Pia Kjærsgaard, has, like Rasmus Stoklund been sharp in its criticism of the Jonas Eika.
- instead of rejoice that he has been assigned a very costly price, as recognition of his work, so utilize he the stage and the attention paid to spew his bile about the led immigration policy in Denmark.
- I think it is to mix things together, she said earlier Wednesday to the news agency Ritzau.