Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right. It reinforces all other human rights, allowing society to develop and progress. The ability to express our opinion and speak freely is essential to bring about change in society.
Why Is Freedom of Speech Important in a Democracy: 5 Reasons
1. It battles for the truth
2. It makes everyone more accountable
3. Active participation of citizens
4. Promotes equal treatment of minorities
5. Necessary for change and innovation
If “White people” are 8% of the world’s population, it’s fair to assume that Germanic people are about or less than 4% of the world’s population. In other words Germanic people are a minority, not only in the world, but also in our countries and even more so in many of our cities.
In 1970 there are approx. 20,000 foreign workers in Denmark (Source: Arbejdermuseet).
In 2018 there are 929,666 immigrants and only 4,851,524 Danes (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).
In 2018 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,781,190 (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).
In 2022 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,928,364 (According to Denmark’s Statistics).
In 1970 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,368,354 with approx. 20,000 “foreign workers” and in 2018 the numbers of Danes has fallen to 4,851,524, so it’s reasonable to assume that the number of Danes is the same or less in 2022. So the 147,174 extra people must be immigrants, which will make the total number of immigrants 1,076,840 and about 4,851,524 Danes (in 2022).
This is extremely concerning for Danish people, and Germanic people in general. Because of the problems immigrants are causing and especially because of the genetic and culturally damage and the threat of demographic genocide of the Danish people in the near future!
This is why freedom of speech is so extremely important!