It is written in Danish and English, alternating -- actually, it kind of looks like Danglish, but that's another story.
Here I have copy-and-pasted key points, with my comments interspersed.
Please note that the author of this press-release is apparently not a native speaker of English. I thank the author for the English translation, which makes the information more accessible for the rest of us.
Danish muslim partys only agenda is to get muslims into danish politics and into the parliament, no matter what our ideas and religious or political beliefs are.
So, if the person is an apostate, will you still work to get him (her?) elected?
What if the person is flat out takfir?
Or, is the person a Muslim because that person holds certain "ideas and religious or political beliefs"?
Idea behind this is simply this: since we live in Denmark and here is about 700 000 muslims, we could actually have about 60 ( =1/3 ) muslim representatives in danish parliament, and therefore also in danish government, - and therefore we feel it would be worthwhile to get muslim candidates, so that also muslims ideas, values and viewpoints would become heard,respected and understood better in danish politics and in danish government and parliament.This way we could also stop discrimination in danish society.
In principle, there is absolutely nothing wrong with this. It is called "enfranchisement", and it beats the hell out of suicide bombings.
What I am curious about is what is the discrimination that is going to be stopped?
We have Freedom of religion in Denmark , and therefore everyone have right to practise their religion what ever it is, and also society must respect every religion and accept its manners and beliefs.
And those who are not Muslims will have to pay the tax and feel themselves subdued? Because that is one concern among us infidels.
Another concern is that if you have a Bible and a cross in Saudi Arabia, they get confiscated if found -- assuming you're lucky. Christians get flat out killed-on-sight in many parts of the Islamic world. That's what a Muslim-majority country means in some places. This is another concern among us infidels.
DF partys opinions and agenda may be criminal , and may become judged as a crime if judged according to international laws.
Perhaps someone familiar with Danish politics can comment on who the DF is?
Treating immigrants wrongly will in the future cause riots and many problems- and therefore it is a must to get muslims into politics-not throw immigrants out of life in Denmark.
I think this is intended as a warning, not as a threat.
Here comes the good part:
'Muslim party' will be biggest party of Denmark- and it may be soon.First day after Turcey becomes EU member country- about one million 20-50 years old muslims moves to Denmark?And after that Denmark will be a muslim country?Be ready!
But we may not wait that, - we must be a party of government already now.
As soon as the doors to immigration from the Islamic world are really opened, we are going to see some changes -- that is what they are promising and preparing for.
Countries of the EU, beware: you have been warned.
Many danes feel this strange, because Denmark has not have muslim government before- but we can assure you that everything will be better in muslim Denmark:
No drugs,no crime, peace, and humanity- instead of drug culture,immorality,possibly human rights crimes and violence which we have now.
Sorry, but between the King of Saudi Arabia having to pardon a rape victim and the narcotrafficking of Al Qaeda, Kosovars and the Turkish Deep State, I just don't think things are going to be better.
In fact, judging from Afghanistan (of the Taliban), the Gaza Strip, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, I suspect that Denmark would be just one giant step closer to Hell-on-Earth: honor killings, female genital mutilation, stoning of rape victims, destruction of cultural and historical monuments, denial of basic human rights to women and religious minorities.... We know this as the Dark Ages, and I suspect it would return quite quickly to Denmark.
If a member of the Danish Muslim Party should by chance see this blog post, feel free to contact me. I would be happy to post any rebuttal or clarification you may have. Please identify what role you have in the DMP, how long you have been affiliated with the DMP, and other information that may help me and my readers assess your credentials to speak on behalf of the DMP. I will then check out your credentials, and, if they check out, I will be happy to post your comments. Your comments must be in English. Your website seems to make an effort to be polite and civilized, but just to cover the bases, please note I will not post any inappropriate or offensive language.
Also of interest: Those Scaredy-Cat Danes at Gates of Vienna.
With this post, I begin a new label: Denmark.
Hat tip to my email tipster.