UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad summit

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The UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad summit took place at the Workers' Museum in Copenhagen on 14 April 2007.[1] The event marked the launch of Stop Islamisation of Europe (SIOE).[2]

According to Gates of Vienna, the meeting was sugggested by Ned May (Baron Bodissey) during an online discussion among mmbers of the Center for Vigilant Freedom:

During an online meeting of the directors of CVF back in February, someone raised the topic of dissatisfaction among the members of the Danish chapter of Vigilant Freedom. The Danes were fed up with all the talk; they wanted some action.
“I have an idea,” the Baron piped up. “The Brits are doing so well right now — what we need is a meeting between the Brits and the Danes. It should happen in Denmark. That will really energize the Vikings.”[3]

In his speech to the meeting, Bodissey/May described Vigilant Freedom/910 Group as "a network of networks":

Anders and Ted are here to represent their respective organizations, Stop Islamisering Af Danmark and SverigeDemokraterna. Vigilant Freedom exists to coordinate their communications with others and their actions on behalf of the Counterjihad.
There is no chain of command — nor will there ever be — in Vigilant Freedom. No party line. No one in control of what happens. Our unity and mission arise from a common goal: to resist the Jihad in all its forms. Anything else is details.[4]

He went on to announce a planned demonstration:

The next big action will be the protest in Brussels on September 11th. SIAD and Akte Islam initiated the effort, and communicated with a British group to help plan it. The word spread through Gates of Vienna and the 910 Group to lots of other internet outlets, and now the plan has grown to include parallel actions in Australia, the United States, and Canada.[5]

The following speaker, Anders Gravers of the Danish anti-Islam group SIAD, stated that the British organisation mentioned had been No Sharia in England:

In cooperation with No Sharia in England, we agreed to try to expand the ideas of SIAD to the rest of Europe through the umbrella organisation Stop the islamisation of Europe SIOE. I would very much like to share SIOE with 910 group, but we will get into these things later tonight.[6]

Participants

May stated that during his visit "Besides Phanarath, I have been spending time with Exile, Steen, Henrik (of Viking Observer), Kepiblanc, Aeneas, Gaia, Asger, Fjordman, Zonka, Anders Gravers, and a number of my email contacts.[9]

Notes

  1. Baron Bodissey, Report on the Counterjihad Summit, Gates of Vienna, 19 April 2007.
  2. Exile, UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, On The Wing, 15 April 2007.
  3. Dymphna, The UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, Gates of Vienna, 14 April 2007.
  4. UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark, 15 April 2007.
  5. UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark, 15 April 2007.
  6. UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark, 15 April 2007.
  7. Baron Bodissey, Report on the Counterjihad Summit, Gates of Vienna, 19 April 2007.
  8. Dymphna, The UK and Scandinavia Counterjihad Summit, Gates of Vienna, 14 April 2007.
  9. Baron Bodissey, Danish Lessons, Gates of Vienna, 16 April 2007.
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