27. september 2017

DW: Støjberg bragte ‘racist cartoon’ i landet, “where a torch-wielding mob took to the streets in 2015”

Når etablerede medier møder kritik, går journalister spontant i forsvarsposition, men journalistik er ikke en eksakt videnskab, og hverken uerfarne praktikanter eller ideologiserende journalister har monopol på sandheden. Læser man den afsluttende sætning i et Ritzau-telegram om AfDs valgfest i Berlin, får man nemt det indtryk, at pressefolk er mødt op til med bannere påskrevet ‘vi hader AfD’. Det viste sige ikke at være andet end en upræcis formulering, selvom et medlem af Dansk Journalistforbund gav det ‘en hjertesmiley’.

Deutsche Welle er ‘der staatliche Auslandsrundfunk der Bundesrepublik Deutschland’, og som navnet antyder en del af ARD – et statsligt medie. Det skulle borge for kvalitet, men sådan er det (heller ikke) i Tyskland. Den engelsksprogede artikel herunder er et ‘hitjob’ på Inger Støjberg, selvom Deutsche Welle skulle være et seriøst medie, og journalisterne ‘mkg/kms’ henviser til Agencia EFE og Reuters. Det er sådan medier, der med rund hånd uddeler nazi-etiketter til alle der bruger åndsfriheden til at bekæmpe Merkels åbne grænser. Die Lügenpresse.

Fra DW.de – Denmark minister Stojberg posts racist caricature online.

“On Tuesday, Danish Immigration, Integration and Housing Minister Inger Stojberg published a polemic portrayal of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad on social media. The caricature portrays the religion’s founder with a bomb fuse burning down on his turban and was one of the dozen published by the right-wing Danish daily Jyllands-Posten in 2005 that caused international outcry and allegations of racism.

Images of Muhammad are considered blasphemous in Islam. Stojberg, who decides on conditions for immigrants — many from majority Muslim countries — in Denmark apparently uses the drawing as the wallpaper on her iPad.

In a Facebook post accompanying the caricature, Stojberg wrote that the racist cartoon serves as the backdrop for her apps because it reminds her of Denmark’s freedom of expression, which includes the right to mock religions and their followers. She claimed that she published it on Facebook as a reaction to a decision by the Skovgaard Museum in Viborg, Denmark, not to include the drawing in a new exhibition about blasphemy since the Reformation. …

Xenophobia and Islamophobia are consistent issues in Denmark, where a torch-wielding mob took to the streets in 2015, inspired by the German anti-Muslim movement PEGIDA. Denmark has also risked official strife with its southern neighbor, reimposing checks at the border with Germany in defiance of the Schengen pact.”

(Inger Støjberg på Facebook, 26. september 2017)

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