The leader of the Danish nationalist Danskernes Parti (Danes’ Party), Daniel Carlsen, has been charged with “racism” for a publicity stunt in which he handed out cans of hair spray which he had labelled as “asylum spray.”
The cans’ new labels said that they were an “effective” and “legal” means for Danes to protect themselves from “asylum seekers.”
Carlsen handed out 100 cans of the relabeled hair spray two weeks ago in the streets of Haderslev in southern Jutland, in a move which attracted worldwide publicity.
For this “crime,” South Jutland Police have confirmed to TV Syd that a racism charge had been filed against Carlsen.
Carlsen said the police charge was “political theater. I think it is a very, very weak case. We handed out hairspray with a sticker on it so I doubt that anything at all comes out of the charges.”
He added that the police likely acted on “political pressure” from parliament.
Carlsen said that the cans of “asylum spray” were meant to help people feel safe in Haderslev, where an invader center houses around 140 nonwhite invaders pretending to be asylum seekers.
Earlier this year, police confirmed a number of cases where local white women were sexually harassed by the nonwhites from the center.
“There is a sense of insecurity, including in Haderslev, where we have experienced a rape committed by an asylum seeker and that is the insecurity that we are trying to do something about,” Carlsen told TV Syd while handing out the cans.
Denmark’s so-called ‘racism paragraph’ often leads to formal police complaints.
The Danish racism law is not always applied consistently. Just last week, prosecutors said that no formal charges would be pursued against a Danish People’s Party politician who was reported for racism after she said that foreigners “cheat, they steal, they rape, and they kill.”
However, another Danish People’s Party politician was convicted of “racism” after he compared Muslims to Hitler, and a man from the island of Lolland, who spat from a bridge onto a swarm of invaders pouring along a motorway in Denmark, recently chose to be fined 5,000 kroner rather than have his racism case go to court.