9. april 2014

Racisten Muhammad Ali i DR-omtale: “Velartikuleret, smuk, karismatisk og med sine meningers mod..”

Natten til tirsdag sendte DR dokumentaren Facing Ali (da. titel: Muhammad Ali – den største!), der på mange måder var en god dokumentarudsendelse om en af historiens største boksere. Fortællingen om Muhammad Ali inkluderede blandt andet lidt om hans konvertering til Islam, og hans forhold til Malcolm X og mentoren Elijah Muhammad. Den del af historien blev leveret ligeså ukritisk som i programomtalen.

“Verdens mest elegante bokser, den tredobbelte verdensmester i sværvægt, Muhammad Ali, er et ikon for generationer af sportsfans over hele verden. Velartikuleret, smuk, karismatisk og med sine meningers mod blev han også en helt i den amerikanske borgerrettighedsbevægelse. … Her bliver verdens største bokser hyldet af ti af sine tidligere modstandere…”

“We who follow the teachings of Elijah Muhammad don’t want to be forced to integrate. Integration is wrong. We don’t want to live with the white man; that’s all.” (Muhammad Ali)

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31. marts 2014

Top-journalist David Trads: Che Guevara er min helt (29/3) – Dødsstraf er en skændsel for USA (30/3)

David Trads har været chefredaktør for flere danske dagblade, har fungeret som lektor på Center for Journalistik (SDU), og har efter nogle år som USA-korrespondent for Berlingske, nu fået sit eget magasin på TV2 News. Hans flotte journalistiske karriere, fortæller alt man har brug for at vide om ‘den borgerlige presse’.

(David Trads på Facebook, 29. marts 2014)

“Når en café har billeder af to af mine store helte – the Beatles og Che Guevara – ja, så blir jeg nok stamgæst — her: Ingolfs Kaffebar.” (29. marts 2014)

I USA er udviklingen i dødsstraf rædselsfuld. Klik engang på nedenstående link og oplev, hvordan antallet af henrettelser akkumulerer stadig hurtigere fra 1977, da Utah gennemførte en enkelt henrettelse og så frem til nu. Det er en skændsel for Amerika – og et brud på menneskerettighederne, som burde fordømmes skarpt internationalt.” (30. marts 2014)



7. februar 2014

Replik til Zakaria: Derfor kommer det til at gå galt i Europa – Europæerne skabte multikulturelle stater

Tidligere på ugen bragte Jyllands-Posten en dansk oversættelse af en af Fareed Zakaris mange klummer i Washington Post. De er ikke direkte fordummende (som fem minutter med Lotte Svendsen og Knud Romer i Kulturen på News), men alt er altid Vestens skyld. Cand.merc Michael Thestrup kommenterer i onsdagens JP.

Findes JP om 30 år?
Under overskriften ‘Derfor er det gået galt i Mellemøsten’ (JP 3/2) peger Fareed Zakaria på tre hovedfaktorer:

- At briterne og franskmændene efter Første Verdenskrig skabte stater med forskellige folkegrupper.
- At sekulære styreformer siden 1990’erne er blevet afløst af islamisk fundamentalisme, klanstyre og sekterisme.
- At præsident George W. Bush besluttede at ‘vælte Saddam Husseins styre, opløse de magtstrukturer, som sunnierne sad på (afskaffe diktaturet, min tilføjelse) og derefter overlade den irakiske stat til shiitiske religiøse partier (indføre demokrati, min tilføjelse)’.

Om 30 år vil Zakaria sandsynligvis kunne skrive artiklen ‘Derfor er det gået galt i Europa’ og pege på:

- At europæerne efter Den Kolde Krig skabte stater med forskellige folkegrupper.
- At sekulære styreformer blev afløst af islamisk fundamentalisme, klanstyre og sekterisme.
- At den amerikanske præsident besluttede at støtte de demokratiske kræfter, hvorved de oprindelige europæere mistede magten til de nye muslimske flertal.

Spørgsmålet er, om der i Europa til den tid vil findes ytringsfrihed og frie medier som Jyllands-Posten, så Zakaria kan få trykt sit debatindlæg.

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31. januar 2014

Apologi for Pete Seeger: Kommunist ‘stemplet’ som kommunist – borgerrettighedsaktivist på DR Online

I mandags døde den amerikanske visesanger Pete Seeger. Politiken og DR Online giver tårene fuld skrue med Ritzau’ske mindeord, der blandt andet fortæller, at han “som følge af sin kamp for borgerrettighederne blev… stemplet som samfundsfjendtlig kommunist i McCarthy-tiden”. Den aktivistiske musiker var stalin-tro til 1995, og forblev kommunist til sin død. Fra National Review - Totalitarian Troubadour.

“For some liberals, there really are no adversaries to their left. President Obama’s statement Tuesday on the death of folk singer Pete Seeger at age 94 was remarkable. Seeger was a talented singer, but he was also an unrepentant Stalinist until 1995, when he finally apologized for ‘following the [Communist] party line so slavishly.’ You’d think Obama might have at least acknowledged (as even Seeger did) the error of his ways. Instead, Obama celebrated him only as a hero who tried to ‘move this country closer to the America he knew we could be.’

‘Over the years, Pete used his voice — and his hammer — to strike blows for worker’s rights and civil rights; world peace and environmental conservation,’ said Obama. … When Seeger sang ‘If I Had a Hammer,’ what he really meant was ‘If I Had a Hammer and Sickle.’

[...]

The late John P. Roche, who served as president of the liberal Americans for Democratic Action in the 1960s and was a speechwriter for Hubert Humphrey, once told me that the success American Communists had in the 1930s by wrapping their ideology in the trappings of American traditions had to be remembered. … Roche vividly recalled how American Stalinists suddenly flipped on the issue of Nazi Germany after the Hitler-Stalin pact of 1939 brought the two former adversaries together.

The next year, Pete Seeger, a member of the Young Communist League, lent his support for the effort to stop America from going to war to fight the Nazis. The Communist-party line at the time was that the war between Britain and Germany was ‘phony’ and a mere pretext for big American corporations to get Hitler to attack Soviet Russia. The album Seeger and his fellow Almanac Singers, an early folk-music group, released was called ‘Songs for John Doe.’ Its songs opposed the military draft and other policies of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Franklin D, listen to me,
You ain’t a-gonna send me ’cross the sea.
You may say it’s for defense
That kinda talk ain’t got no sense.

Just one month after the album was released, Hitler invaded the Soviet Union. The album was quickly withdrawn from circulation, and Seeger and his buddies immediately did a 180-degree turn and came up with new songs:

Now, Mr. President
You’re commander-in-chief of our armed forces
The ships and the planes and the tanks and the horses
I guess you know best just where I can fight . . .
So what I want is you to give me a gun
So we can hurry up and get the job done!”

(Pete Seeger og Occupy Wall Street, 2011)

I still call myself a communist, because communism is no more what Russia made of it than Christianity is what the churches make of it.” (Pete Seeger, 1995)



21. januar 2014

Mytebevarende redaktion: “… the rewrite makes Mandela sound reasonable. The original is Stalinism.”

Yderst velskrevet artikel der foruden at fortælle et par sandheder om Nelson Mandela, også hudfletter den storsælgende selvbiografi og filmatiseringen, der har dansk premiere senere på ugen. Rian Malan i The Spectator – What a lost prison manuscript reveals about the real Nelson Mandela.

“This is a story about Nelson Mandela, and it begins on Robben Island in 1974. Prisoner number 466/64 is writing up his life story, working all night and sleeping all day. Finished pages go to trusted comrades who write comments and queries in the margins. The text is then passed to one Laloo Chiba, who transcribes it in ‘microscopic’ letters on to sheets of paper which are later inserted into the binding of notebooks and carried off the island by Mac Maharaj when he is released in 1976.

Outside, the intrepid Mac turns the microscopic text into a typescript and sends it to London, where it becomes the Higgs boson of literary properties, known to exist but not seen since it passed into the hands of the South African Communist Party, or SACP, in 1977.

It is common cause that the ANC decided in the 1960s to use Mandela as the anti-apartheid movement’s official poster boy. He was the obvious choice, a tall, clean-limbed tribal prince, luminously charismatic, married to the telegenic Winnie, and reduced by cruel circumstance to living martyrdom on a prison island. All you had to do was cleanse him of the communist taint and Bob’s your uncle: four decades down the road, you have the president of the USA getting weepy as he describes Mandela’s lifelong struggle for ‘your freedom, your democracy’. There’s no accounting for taste, but one wonders if Barack Obama would have said that if he’d known his hero batted for the opposition during the Cold War.

‘I hate all forms of imperialism, and I consider the US brand to be the most loathsome and contemptible.’

‘To a nationalist fighting oppression, dialectical materialism is like a rifle, bomb or missile. Once I understood the principle of dialectical materialism, I embraced it without hesitation.’

‘Unquestionably, my sympathies lay with Cuba [during the 1962 missile crisis]. The ability of a small state to defend its independence demonstrates in no uncertain terms the superiority of socialism over capitalism.’

Whoa! That’s not Mandela, is it? Well, yes. These quotes come from the prison manuscript, which turns out to be the first draft of Long Walk to Freedom, Mandela’s famous 1994 autobiography. Much of the first draft is carried forth into the finished book, but these problematic quotes have vanished, along with several other outbreaks of what can only be described as pro-communist harangue. What happened?

Our search for an answer must begin with Rick Stengel, a New York journalist who is now President Obama’s undersecretary for public diplomacy. In the 1980s, Stengel did a tour of duty in South Africa, where he exhibited sensitivity to the hardships of black people and enthusiasm for their ANC liberators, surely one of the factors that led to his eventual appointment as Mandela’s ghostwriter. …

Among the raw materials he was given to work with was the prison manuscript, a sprawling 637-page affair with many uneven passages and no clear ending. Stengel proceeded to turn this sow’s ear into Long Walk to Freedom, a blockbuster that considerably boosted the Mandela legend and formed the basis for a movie of the same title, now doing boffo box office around the planet. …

Having read both manuscripts several times, I think it’s fair to say that Stengel appears to have cleaned up Mandela’s act in three critical areas.

The first was his premature conversion to violence. Officially, Mandela was a moderate black nationalist, clinging to hope of peaceful change until it was extinguished by the Sharpeville massacre of 1960. But in the prison memoir we find him plotting war as early as 1953, when he sent a comrade on a secret mission to beg guns and money from Red China, in flagrant violation of the ANC’s non-aligned and non-violent stance.

‘I was bitter and felt ever more strongly that SA whites need another Isandlwana,’ he explains. Driving around the country, Mandela constantly imagines rural landscapes as battlefields and cities as places where one day soon ‘the sweet air will smell of gunfire, elegant buildings will crash down and streets will be splashed with blood’. These vivid quotes did not make it into the bestseller.

The second area is his endorsement of force against opponents. In April 1958, the ANC called a three-day national strike which drew little or no support and had to be called off in humiliating circumstances. In Long Walk, Mandela notes that the strike was completely effective in towns where it was enforced by violence or pickets. ‘I have always resisted such methods,’ he says, but goes on to reason that coercion is acceptable in cases where a dissident minority is blocking a majority. ‘A minority should not be able to frustrate the will of the majority,’ he concludes.

But in the prison manuscript, he says the opposite. ‘This is not a question of principle or wishful thinking,’ he says. ‘If force will advance [the struggle], then it must be used whether or not the majority agrees with us.’ Pardon my italics, but it’s important to understand what you’re looking at here: the rewrite makes Mandela sound reasonable. The original is Stalinism. Who determines the course of struggle? It is the communist vanguard, imbued with higher wisdoms derived from the gospel of dialectical materialism. And if the majority talks back, they must be smashed. As they were in the final bloody phase of the struggle here. And everywhere else in Planet Soviet.

The third area of amendment involved errors of even-handedness. I thought I knew South African history, but one section of the prison manuscript surprised me. … I’d heard of the Alexandra bus boycott of 1957, in which a determined display of people power forced capitalists to withdraw a fare increase. But I was totally ignorant of ANC-led boycotts against Langeberg, a giant food-canning operation, and United Tobacco; both corporations were forced to deal with African unions and grant wage increases.

Emboldened, the ANC tackled cruel potato farmers, and brought them down too. … The cost in ANC lives: zero. ‘To the best of my knowledge,’ writes Mandela, ‘no individuals [meaning political detainees] were isolated, forced to give information, beaten up, tortured, crippled or killed’ prior to December 1961, when the communists started their bombing campaign (see page 302).

Clearly, this could not be allowed to stand. It spoils the plot completely! So Stengel cut it, allowing Long Walk to soar towards to its moral epiphany. Provoked beyond endurance by oppression, Mandela convinces the ANC’s timid old guard that it is time to fight back. With their blessing, he goes on to form MK, ‘military wing of the ANC’, which launches a bombing campaign against non-human targets.

[...]

I attempted to elicit a comment, but Mr Stengel failed to get back to me. Another man who might be able to shed light on the mystery is Mac Maharaj, the man who smuggled the original out of prison, now a spokesman and adviser in the office of President Zuma. But he didn’t return my calls either.

We will therefore have to turn to Hollywood to complete this story. I went to see the movie version of Long Walk to Freedom armed with a pen and ready to fight yet another rearguard action for Afrikaner honour, only to find myself disarmed by the director Justin Chadwick’s take on the Mandela story. No one really expects movies to be true, and this one certainly isn’t. It’s a fable about a brave man who sticks up for what he believes in and, against all odds, wins in the end. Music swells, titles roll and I must hide the fact that I am moved. (Yes, I am a sucker.)

Then I borrow an electronic copy of the script and run a search for the word ‘communist’. Two scenes come up. In one, a white policeman jostles Mandela while saying, ‘Ag, everyone knows you’re a bloody communist!’ In another, a white police general appears at the scene of a bombing and says, ‘This is the work of communist terrorists…’ Both cops are clearly intended to be taken as racist buffoons. This is a perfect distillation of the traditional left-liberal position on Mandela. For decades it was gospel. Now, it’s inadvertently funny.”

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19. december 2013

Karl H. Pierson, der planlagde massakre: ‘a very opinionated Socialist’, ‘a self-proclaimed Communist’

“Skoleskyder skrev mystiske beskeder”, skriver Jyllands-Posten om 18-årige Karl Halvorson Pierson, der fredag skød sig selv i forbindelse med et planlagt massakre på en high school Colorado. Han var bevæbnet med et haglgevær, en machete og tre brandbomber, og skød flere. En 17-årig pige ligger stadig i koma.

Ved den slags historier er der selvfølgelig altid en psykologisk brist bag, men bemærk at medierne ikke omtaler ham som fæl højreorienteret. Der er ingen motiv i de danske medier, blot en henvisning til amerikanske medier der “forsøger… at grave i, hvad der fik gerningsmanden til at indlede sin blodige mission”.

Charles C.W. Cooke har en interessant artikel der ser lidt overordnet på skoleskyderierne, medierne og Karl Pierson. Fra The National Review – The Media’s Shooting Bias.

“Let me venture a guess, and wager that you have heard very little about the political preference of the young man who, on Friday, walked into his high school and tried to murder his teacher.

On the face of it, this is a blessing, for in all but the most extreme cases a murderer’s ideological proclivities are wholly irrelevant to his crime. The ‘why’ really matters when a terrorist group shoots up a mall, because the ‘why’ explains the action. But when a man bears a grudge against his debate coach and decides to exact revenge against him, then his religious beliefs, his ideal marginal tax rate, and the question of whether he would have voted for Barack Obama or for Mitt Romney are incidental to the case. Psychoanalyze them as we might, the truth is that most massacres are the product of truly quotidian provocations: insanity, heartbreak, dismissal, revenge — and little more besides.

For the most part, the media observe well the distinction between political and apolitical killings, and understand the different reactions they demand. Except, that is, when a shooting is carried out by someone suspected of being a conservative. Then, all discipline goes out the window; then, the act simply must have been caused by ideology; then, our television shows are filled with endless discussions of causes thrice removed, and we are subjected to earnest remonstrances about ‘rhetoric’ and ‘climate’ and, heaven forfend, ‘tone.’

(18-årige Karl H. Pierson, ‘a very opinionated Socialist’, ‘a self-proclaimed Communist’)

Last week, the lawyer Gabriel Malor compiled a list of recent events that have been unthinkingly blamed on the Right. Among them are the case of census-taker Bill Sparkman, who hanged himself in Kentucky (the Tea Party was blamed); the case of Joe Stack, a devotee of The Communist Manifesto who flew a plane into an IRS building in 2010 (anti-tax rhetoric was blamed); the case of Obama voter Amy Bishop, who in 2010 shot her fellow faculty members at the University of Alabama (the Tea Party was blamed); the case of misanthropic environmentalist James Lee, who took hostages at the Discovery Channel (climate-change ‘deniers’ were blamed); and the Boston Marathon bombing, which was carried out by jihadists — after right-wingers were blamed and a non-existent and wholly coincidental link with Patriot’s Day was mooted.

Perhaps the most famous of these false accusations came from ABC News’ Brian Ross, who was quick to note, in the wake of the 2012 movie-theater massacre, that the name of ‘a Jim Holmes of Aurora’ had been found ‘on the Colorado Tea Party site.’ … At least Ross actually had a name with which to work. Other armchair detectives have been even less thorough.

In 2011, when Jared Lee Loughner shot Representative Gabby Giffords and murdered six people in Tuscon, Ariz., conservative Americans were instantaneously treated to inane lectures about ‘right-wing rhetoric’ — despite there being no link whatsoever between the shooter and any sort of ‘rhetoric.’ … Perhaps worst of all, Loughner was repeatedly described as a ‘right-winger’ when, insofar as he had any ideology at all, friend Caitie Parker said, he was ‘left-wing, quite liberal.’

For a depressing reminder of how tenaciously the press holds on to the idea that shootings are an inherently right-wing hobby, note that in October of this year, the New York Times’ Manny Fernandez blamed the Kennedy assassination on the ‘far right,’ linked the Communist Lee Harvey Oswald to contemporary ‘gun-rights activists,’…

[...]

… as any apparatchik worth his party card knows, there are two sides to any propaganda drive. Demonizing one’s enemies is important, certainly. But protecting one’s own team is the ultimate goal. With this in mind, take a look at the Denver Post’s extraordinary behavior this week after the shooting at Colorado’s Arapahoe High School. In the original story on the event, a student at the school describes his disgraced classmate as ‘a very opinionated Socialist’ … In a CNN piece on the same subject, a young man said that the would-be killer was ‘a self-proclaimed Communist, just wears Soviet shirts all the time.’

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5. oktober 2013

“Det er første gang i 17 år, regeringen lukker ned, fordi republikanerne ikke kan enes om finansloven.”

På en af kanalerne havde de interviewet en midaldrende amerikaner, der ikke forstod nogen kunne være imod ‘gratis’ sundhedsforsikring. DR Online – Amerikanere bestormer hjemmesider med Obamacare.

“Op mod 2,8 millioner amerikanere besøgte allerede tirsdag de hjemmesider, hvor de kan søge om sundhedsforsikring som led i Obamas storstilede sundhedsreform. … Samme dag som USA’s regering lukkede ned lød startskuddet nemlig for en afgørende del af Obamas og demokraternes sundhedsreform; de såkaldte sundhedsbørser, hvor amerikanere uden sundhedsforsikring kan tegne en.

… selv om republikanerne prøver at kaste grus i maskineriet på Obamas sundhedsreformprogram ved at skændes om finansloven, er Obamacare allerede sat i søen.c…

Den amerikanske regering er delvist lukket ned på grund af en tvist om finansloven udløst af det republikanske partis forsøg på at underminere præsident Barack Obamas og demokraternes sundhedsreformprogram, også kendt som Obamacare. … Det er første gang i 17 år, regeringen lukker ned, fordi republikanerne ikke kan enes om finansloven. Sidste gang var i 1995, hvor det varede 21 dage.”

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3. oktober 2013

Ritzau: “… stærke racistiske undertoner. Tea Party-tilhængere er stort set hvide mænd over 45 år…”

Når man taler amerikansk indenrigspolitik er Ritzaus Bureau noget nær det ringest tænkelige medie, også selv om nyhedsbureauet dagligt leverer baggrundsartikler til borgerlige aviser. Her en historie om Barack Obama’s politiske problemer. Fra Børsen.dk – Ekspert: Hvide mænd over 45 år har bagbundet USA.

Højreekstreme kræfter har fået frit spil i USA og er skyld i en ‘håbløs’ politisk situation. Så skarpt trækker en ekspert i amerikanske forhold situationen op, efter at det mandag ikke lykkedes Kongressen at blive enige om en finanslov.

“Det er et makabert spil,” siger Ole O. Moen, professor ved Universitet i Oslo og USA-ekspert, til Dagens Næringsliv.

Han mener, at yderliggående personer i Det Republikanske Parti ser stort på al fornuft og spillereglerne i et demokrati.

Og han mindes ikke, at der har været en tilsvarende situation, hvor en stærk højreorienteret minoritet har holdt flertallet som gidsler og bagbundet USA på den måde, som Tea Party-tilhængerne gør nu. …

Problemet er, at Tea Party-bevægelsen er ligeglad med almindelige regler og kutyme eller demokrati…

Samtidig er der stærke racistiske undertoner. Tea Party-tilhængere er stort set hvide mænd over 45 år, der alle har stort flertal i deres valgdistrikter. De skal derfor ikke bekymre sig for om ikke at blive genvalgt. …

“De er kommet til Washington for at minimere det føderale initiativ og social lovgivning. De er ikke politikere. De er udsmidere…, siger Moen til Dagens Næringsliv.”

(Læs evt. Colin Flaherty på Frontpage Magazine: Two Weeks in September)

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25. september 2013

“Bawer tager fat, hvor Bloom slutter. Med det, som humanioras forfald producerede: identitetsstudier.”

Enhver bog der tåler sammenligning med Allan Blooms mesterværk, fortjener at blive læst. Mikael Jalving om Bruce Bawers seneste bog – Universitetet: Hvem er offer i dag?

“En del læsere kender Allan Blooms bog om det intellektuelle forfald i Vesten, der skildrede udviklingen især på amerikanske universiteter op gennem 1960’erne og 1970’erne. Bogen udkom i 1987, blev oversat til dansk i 1991 og var et rygende opgør med den på universitetet allerede dengang grasserende værdirelativisme og kulturrelativisme. Som kun er blevet værre siden. …

Allan Bloom døde året efter den danske oversættelse (uden direkte sammenhæng, formoder jeg), men han har fået en arvtager i den amerikansk fødte forfatter og ph.d. i engelsksproget litteratur Bruce Bawer, som bor i oliestaten Norge og har skrevet The Victims’ Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind. …

Bawer tager fat, hvor Bloom slutter. Med det, som humanioras forfald producerede: identitetsstudier.

De er alle vegne i dag på de højere læreanstalter i Vesten, og modsat feber er der ikke tale om en sygdom, som kroppen udskiller til sidst. Sygdommen sætter sig i sindet og reproducerer sig selv i en evig sløjfe: fra køns- og queerstudier over kolonialismestudier til minoritetsstudier, tolerance- og anerkendelsesstudier, og hvad der ellers findes af akademisk pjank.

Fællesnævneren for disse nye studier er, at det er synd for nogen. Synderen er naturligvis de hvide, anglesaksisk-protestantiske, døde mænd, der enten har tævet og undertrykt kvinder, forfulgt homoseksuelle og transseksuelle, koloniseret de sorte, udbyttet de fattige eller bare tjent tykt på at være nogle gemene kapitalistsvin.

Men nu kommer hævnen. Ofrenes hævn. Hævnen gærer ifølge Bruce Bawer omkring 1980 og opildner unge amerikanere til at hade deres ophav og vende sig mod deres eget land. … Kulturen eller det, der gjorde alle til amerikanere uanset klasse og baggrund, blev afløst af multikulturen og teorien om sidstnævnte – multikulturalismen.”

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24. september 2013

Endnu et æresrelateret indvandrerdrab: 18-årige Taher Saadaoui stukket ned med kniv ved Forum

For et par måneder siden, under retsagen mod George Zimmermann, erklærede præsident Barack Obama sin sympati med offeret med ordene, ‘det kunne have været min søn’, “could have been me 35 years ago”. Herunder ses den 18-årige handelsskoleelev Taher Saadaoui, der i går blev stukket ned med kniven i en konfrontation der heller ikke har noget med racisme at gøre.

(Taher Ben Tarek Saadaoui, 2011)

“Taha Saadaoui var frem til sin død elev på handelsgymnasiet Niels Brock, men forinden havde han gået på Dia Privatskole på Nørrebro. … Mandag aften meldte gerningsmanden sig selv til politiet. En 19-årig ung mand, der er af anden etnisk oprindelse af dansk, men dansk statsborger.” (BT)

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