Pia Kjaersgaard to the award-winning author: Shame on you

the 'Add! Shame on you.' It is the words of the Danish people's party udlændingeordfører, Pia Kjærsgaard, after the author Jonas Eika on Tuesday night used

Pia Kjaersgaard to the award-winning author: Shame on you

the 'Add! Shame on you.' It is the words of the Danish people's party udlændingeordfører, Pia Kjærsgaard, after the author Jonas Eika on Tuesday night used

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 October 2019 Wednesday 17:00
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Pia Kjaersgaard to the award-winning author: Shame on you

the 'Add! Shame on you.'

It is the words of the Danish people's party udlændingeordfører, Pia Kjærsgaard, after the author Jonas Eika on Tuesday night used a speech at the Nordic Council award ceremony to criticize the Danish immigration policy.

'Shame on you Jonas Eika. Abuse of the Nordic Council. I have also over the years heard repeatedly on the bashing and politiseren from various cultural figures, against my person from the stage after receiving an award', writes Pia Kjærsgaard on Twitter.

After having received the Nordic Council's literature Prize, 2019 Tuesday evening entered the Danish author Jonas Eika on the stage in the concert hall in Stockholm in order to keep his acceptance speech. But the speech is testified not only about gratitude.

the Speech utilized the 28-year-old author to express his dissatisfaction with the Danish government and the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S) policy.

- I am talking to the Danish prime minister. Mette Frederiksen, who stands at the head of a social democratic party, which has come to power by take over the previous government's racist language and policies.

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, said among other in Jonas Eikas talk.

And it caps not the former president of the DF, using an awards ceremony as an opportunity to chastise politicians.

'the Money will have, but good behavior, you know not. Add!', write Pia Kjærsgaard on Twitter.

Updated: 30.10.2019 17:00
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