- It is quite well known, that when the subject falls on the freedom of expression, both Naser Khader and Peter Skaarup stand up in public under the pretext that they are defenders of the right to you as a citizen have full right to express themselves on all sorts of different ways.
- we have f.ex. seen, as the riots took place in Nørrebro in connection with one of paludan's ridiculous demonstrations, where both Khader and Skaarup flew to the keyboard to express how absurd and grotesque it is to prevent the City from exercising his constitutional right, namely freedom of expression.
- Everyone should be able to express themselves smoothly and everyone should be able to express its views, which is within the framework of the law, without being subjected to attacks from the voldsparate people.
- But it actually happens, is that both Khader and Skaarup believes something, on the one hand, while on the other hand, believe something entirely different.
so begins Mohamad A a letter to the nation! to participate in the debate in Denmark - and experience that there blier cast doubt on one's ability to fit its job. Mohamad - as you probably know from the nation!-basques as ' .... have followed the Facebook lookup Naser Khader and Peter Skaarup has written about Vollsmosebetjenten Elvir (which, in parenthesis, the noticed also has written a fine speech to the nation, on fol.a. Elvir after 10 years in Vollmose: Throw the 100 most criminals out - it will work) and Mohamad do not care about their tone. his letter continues thus:
- One of my best friends, politiassistenten Elvir Abaz, has several times interfered in the public debate in order to comment on the societal challenges that exist where he criticizes right-wing politicians.
But when he says in the media, so it is solely on the basis of his opinions as a private individual and not as a representative of the police management in Vollsmose.
- It is not something that the politicians, especially those from the right wing, is particularly satisfied with - to a police officer, who is employed in the police, to go out in public and speak critically about them.
- first, they will not be able to feel comfortable in life, when they are being set in place, and secondly, because a police officer does not agree with them politically.
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- Here, they will systematically try to put pressure on the officer, so he either keeps up with to interfere in the debate or are fired.
- Khader has for instance written about Elvir Abaz, and he did this also the other day on Facebook, where Khader wrote: 'He should rather concentrate on catching criminals.'
At an earlier time went Khader in and wrote the following: 'Elvis from Odense are the most radicalised muslim police officer we have in the UK. So much hatred and anger against the UK.'
- Anyone can see that the Party does not think that Elvir Abaz had to speak in public because he is a police officer, and it will in Its imagination unquestionably needless to Elvir should have freedom of expression, as Elvir must be neutral 24/7.
- But it is indescribably good that the Party itself reveals its hypocrisy when the subject falls on the freedom of speech, because he apparently does not want to anyone be critical of him in public.
- Therefore, the freedom of expression only for the City, displaying the Party as being integrated and appreciated as a stranger, and not for Elvir Abaz, who is critical of the Party.
DFs group chairman Peter Skaarup volunteered also to join in the debate, where he also tried to compromise Abaz.
- He exhibited him at his Facebook, and wrote the following: 'one Can have confidence that such a policewoman is in a position to enforce the law without letting his own twisted positions come into play?'.
- Skaarup can say what he will about the Abazs political views, but he need not fear that Abaz is not going forward to carry out his work in a professional manner, as Abaz is adept at his work, unique in its function and intelligent to deal with the problems.
- However, Skaarup also shows how hypocritical he is. Skaarup wrote the following about the City: 'Rasmus Paludan has its constitutional right to demonstrate. Sentence.', but when Abaz said in public, so it is a tillidsmæssigt problem.
- Skaarup and Khader have the honour to know that Elvir Abaz also has his constitutional right to express themselves politically.
- Sentence, writes Mohamad, but what are you thinking?
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