Jeg synes, det er en god idé at indskrænke ytringsfriheden.
Journalist og vært på TV2 David Trads i DR Debatten
– and support free speech
The revelation of Jihad-Jane's assassination plot against the Swedish artist Lars Vilks leaves no doubt that his life is threatened.
And for what? For having drawn a picture!
Here is the real state of law and order throughout the West: If you write, say or draw anything the Islamic fanatics don't like, they'll come and kill you.
The list of writers, artists, publishers, gallery owners and others that are being openly threatened with murder is long and getting longer by the day.
Deplorably, free spirits often lack the support of their professional colleagues and the mainstream media when they are being targeted
This was the case when a madman with an axe tried to kill Kurt Westergaard. Now we see a repetition with Lars Vilks.
The Free Press Society will do its utmost to defend anyone that is persecuted and tormented for exersising his or her right of free speech. That is why we have decided to print 1000 copies of Lars Vilks' historic picture of the dog in the traffic circle and put them up for sale.
This is a limited edition. The print run of 1000 will not be exceeded.
Vilks' drawing is printed on high-quality and non-perishable paper. Each copy is individually numbered and signed by the artist.
Proceeds from the sale will exclusively go toward our defense of free speech.
The Free Press Society