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Pia Kjærsgaard worked first as an employee in the insurance and advertising business in 1963 – 1967 before she was employed as a home assistant for the elderly 1978 – 1984.
In 1984, Pia Kjærsgaard was elected MP for the Progress Party and received very quickly central posts in the parliamentary group at Christiansborg.
When the Progress Party’s leader at the time, Mogens Glistrup was sentenced to imprisonment for tax fraud, Kjærsgaard took over his parliamentary mandate.
As the party’s political rapporteur in 1985 – 1994, she was increasingly drawing the result-seeking part of the party against the more anarchic wing that followed the uncompromising line of Mogens Glistrup’s party, towards the other parties in the parliament.
She belonged to the so-called ‘slackers’, which was in contrast to Glistrups tightening wing.
When he returned to politics after being sentenced, the controversy between the two wings heated up, and Kjærsgaard, who had previously been a great admirer of Glistrup, was more and more distanced from his form of leadership.
She wanted the party to have influence and therefore cooperate and compromise with the conservative/liberal parties.
There was no political disagreement between the two wings, but they were violently in disagreement about management structure, party discipline and the extent to which agreements could be concluded with other parties.
During Kjærsgaard’s leadership, the Progress Party for the first and only time entered into a financial settlement with the conservative/liberal government in 1989.
In 1990, Pia Kjærsgaard agreed to exclude Mogens Glistrup from the party’s parliamentary group in that period, marked by “tighteners” and “slackers” in the party.
In 1995 Pia Kjærsgaard left the Progress Party after a chaotic annual national meeting in 1995 and formed immediately after – together with, amongst others, Kristian Thulesen Dahl and Peter Skaarup – Danish People’s Party (DF).
(Danish People’s Party was first formed in 1941 on the remnants of the Danish Nazi-party DNSAP, after internal strife triggered by a failed coup d’etat.)
As chairman and leader of the Danish People’s Party, Pia Kjærsgaard succeeded in making DF the third largest in the country, under the auspices of the parliamentary elections in 2001 (12 %) and again in 2015, when DF became the second largest party in parliament (21,1 %).
In the opinion polls DF reaches 19,8 % at the moment. (week 27/2018)
From being a protest party built on opposition to the EU and demands for marked tightening in immigration policy, the Danish People’s Party 2001-11 was a permanent support party for the liberal VKO government and integrated more and more policy areas.
DF was a permanent partner to the VKO government’s fiscal law, as well as DF was voting for both the Structural Reform and the welfare reform.
During this period, Pia Kjærsgaard was aiming to give the Danish People’s Party a strong profile in welfare policy, requiring improvements to, among other things, elderly care and hospital care.
In reality though, DF has been voting YES to 89,5 % of all EU-legislation and consequently voted for tax and pension cuts, always loyal to the liberal VKO/VLAK government.
In April 2017, DF voted yes to open borders in the EU, in direct contradiction to their own electoral promises and symbolic initiatives, but completely in line with DF’s “secret” EU willingness.
As of lately, DF has been advocating writing the European Convention on Human Rights out of the Danish Constitution.
Photo: DF integration spokesman Martin Henriksen.
The word “integration” in the same sentence as “Martin Henriksen” is a textbook oxymoron.
Latest contribution to the radicalization was delivered by “Intergration spokesman” for DF Martin Henriksen February 20, 2018, where he, in order to feed the hard core voters inner neanderthal, deliberately aims at stigmatizing Somali women.
High ranking members of DF praises Anders Behring Breivik as a hero and calls for arson against refugee centers.
Anders Behring Breivik on his part was greatly inspired by Pia Merete Kjærgaard and praised her as “The bravest politician in Europe”.
In 2003 Pia Merete Kjærsgaard was convicted of racism by the Danish Supreme Court.
In 2015 she was elected chairman of the Danish Parliament as the first woman in office.
Pia Kjærsgaard has published the autobiographies – But the view is good. Midtvejs erindringer (1998) and Because I had to (2013).
The Progress Party was linked to WACL in the 1980s.
Its chairman Mogens Glistrup participated in the network’s world congresses, and in 1988 Pia Kjærsgaard participated as the party’s representative.
She subsequently declared to the party’s magazine Progress:
“It is a worldwide organization that clearly aims at combating communism worldwide.”
“This good purpose, I of course give my full support, and I also had the opportunity to speak to an invited group during the congress.”
Danish Criminal Law § 114
Terrorism with intent to scare a population is punishable with imprisonment for life.
In Guatemala those responsible for genocide and similar crimes against humanity are being held accountable.
Denmark has a clear obligation to do the same.
For over ten years progressive researchers in this country and in Europe have been uncovering evidence linking certain American conservatives and rightists to racist and fascist movements around the globe through a shadowy organization called the World Anti-Communist League.
Now the book “Inside the League” exposes the hidden nature of the League and documents in devastating detail a parade of League-affiliated authoritarian ideologues marching from the death camps of Nazi Germany into the parlors of Reagan’s White House.
Founded in Taiwan by Chiang Kai-shek, the Rev. Moon and Nazi war criminals and Nippon, the World Anti-Communist League (WACL) was first used by Nixon to extend the methods of counterinsurgency Southeast Asia and Latin America.Seven heads of state then participated in their meetings. Later, came alive again in the Reagan era, becoming an instrument of U.S. military-industrial complex and the CIA during the Cold War. He then ordered political killings and the formation of the counterinsurgency in all conflict areas, including in Afghanistan where he was represented by Osama Bin Laden.
After the Second World War, the U.S. Secret Service agents used Nazi Ustasha fascist and anti to create a network, you stay-behind. If agents recruited in the future states of the Atlantic Alliance should remain secret, those States that had fallen under Soviet control were, however, to act publicly. Was created, therefore, in 1946, a sort of international entity to coordinate the actions of the players from the East transferred to the West: the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, ABN).
Ukrainian fascists, Hungarians, Romanians, Croats, Bulgarians, Slovaks, Lithuanians, etc. met under the direction of Yaroslav Stetsko.
Ex-collaborationist leader in Ukraine, Stetsko is held responsible for the slaughter of 700 people, mostly Jews, committed in Lvov on July 2, 1941.
Eight years later, at the end of the Korean War, the United States replaced France in Indochina. President Eisenhower established a regional defense system directed against the USSR and China. On September 8, 1954, following the model of NATO, SEATO was created which brings together Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, the United Kingdom and United States. On December 2 the device is completed with a bilateral treaty between the U.S. and Taiwan .
In parallel, the CIA, under the direction of Allen Dulles, the intelligence structure of these states and provides an organization of anti-party links in the region.
It is well, around the same Chiang Kai-shek, an Anti-Communist League of Peoples of Asia (Asian People’s Anti-Communist League, APACL).
In addition to the Taiwanese president Chiang Kai-shek, the APACL counts among its members Paek Chun-hee, the future president of South Korea; Ryiochi Sasakawa, a war criminal, a millionaire and benefactor of the Japanese Liberal Party, and the Reverend Sun Myung Moon , prophet of the Unification Church. Also appear in the ranks of the General Prapham APACL Kulapichtir (Thailand), President Ferdinand Marcos (Philippines), Prince Sopasaino (Laos) , Colonel Dang Cong Do-representative of President Nguyen Van Thieu, Vietnam) , etc.
Since 1958, the president of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN) participates in Taipei at the annual conference of the Anti-Communist League of Peoples of Asia (APACL). Stetsko Cline and oversee the establishment of the Political Warfare Cadres Academy in Taiwan, the institution responsible for training the cadres of the regime of Chiang Kai-shek for anti-repression.
The academy is the Asian equivalent of the Psychological Warfare Center in Fort Bragg (USA) and the School of Americas in Panama . Gradually, the CIA is a network of political groups and trainers in global counterinsurgency.
In 1967, ABN and APACL merge and adopt the World Anti-Communist League appeal (World Anti-Communist League, WACL) and extend its activities to the entire Free World. New members include Los Tecos, also called Legion of Christ the King, Mexican fascist formation created during World War II. The League called the first stage of growth during the years 73-75, when Richard Nixon and his security adviser Henry Kissinger in the White House.
Its funding is generously insured by the Unification Church. However, this reality is no longer publicly recognised since 1975.
The Reverend Sun Myung Moon then said to have broken their ties with the League, but continues to exert its leadership through its Japanese representative Osami Kuboki.
Numerous officials of the League are linked to the campaign committees for the election of Ronald Reagan. For many, the Republican governor of California is not a stranger. Indeed, at the end of World War II, Reagan participated as spokesman for the Crusade for Freedom (Crusade for Freedom) in raising funds for the establishment in America of immigrants from Eastern Europe fleeing communism. It was in fact transferred to the Nazis and Ustasha fascist members of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN).
In the 1970s, the World Anti-Communist League (WACL) brought together conservatives, fascists, and representatives of right-wing death squads.
WACL announced it had rid itself of unsavory elements, but in reality only a handful of overtly antisemitic and neonazi participants were ousted.
The El Salvador-Guatemala-Argentina death squad nexus did become an image problem for WACL in the early 1980s, in part due to a Jack Anderson column linking WACL’s Latin American affiliate CAL (Latin American Anti-Communist Confederation) with death squads.
In 1984, columnist Jack Anderson wrote a series of exposes on WACL connecting the group with death squads operating in Latin America, and once again linking them with fascists, this time in Latin America.
There are no statute limitations on homicide and crimes against humanity in Danish criminal law.
That Pia Merete Kjærsgaard is not behind bars at this very moment, is due only to her parliamentary immunity, which it takes two thirds majority in the Danish Parliament to revoke, according to § 57 in the Constitution of the Kingdom of Denmark.
Pia Merete Kjærsgaards mentor Mogens Glistrup had his parliamentary immunity revoked six times.
Editors note: Due to the editors personal involvement in solving and prosecuting the crimes against humanity committed by WACL in Guatemala in the nineteen eighties, the documentation presented is focused on the crimes committed in Guatemala.
WACL committed crimes against humanity in many other countries in South and Central America, Asia and Africa.
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