Danish People's Party
The Danish People's Party (Danish: Dansk Folkeparti) is a social conservative, nationalist political party in Denmark. In the 2005 parliamentary elections, it took 24 seats out of 175 (an increase of 2 seats), with 13.3% of the vote, making it the third largest party in Denmark.
- https://jyllands-posten.dk/debat/breve/ECE10009065/det-mener-partierne-om-miljoeet/15.11.2017.Kristian Thulesen Dahl. The amount of plastic in the oceans is one of the major environmental challenges. Therefore, it is a good thing to get more focus on recycling. Many municipalities are currently running waste sorting, and it is a good thing to allow Danes to sort their waste. Among other things, plastic, which can be recycled.
- http://www.globalen.dk/single-post/2015/06/16/Dyrenes-Beskyttelse-plaget-af-underskud-Enhedslisten-og-DF-vil-hjælpe16.06.2015.There is no doubt that the bustle of the Animal Protection Center - and, for that matter, with other animal welfare organizations - shows that there is a need for political action in this area. In the Danish People's Party we have fought for the creation of an animal rescue police for many years, "wrote Dennis Flydtkjær, animal welfare rapporteur for DF, in a written reply to the Globale.
- MP Martin Henriksen, Politiken, December 2, 2005
- Where Christianity rules, matters are related to the love of the tings that one holds dear. On the other hand, where Islam rules, matters are related to a higher self righteousness which logically culminates in an all consuming hatred and a scary urge to exterminate other people.
- MP Søren Krarup, BerlingskeFebruary 2, 2005
- Not in their wildest imagination would anyone [in 1900] have imagined, that large parts of Copenhagen and other Danish towns would be populated by people who are at a lower stage of civilisation, with their own primitive and cruel customs like honour killings, forced marriages, halal slaughtering and blood-feuds. This is exactly what is happening now. Thousands upon thousands of persons, who apparently - civilisationally, culturally and spiritually - lives in the year of 1005 instead of 2005, that have come to a country [Denmark] left the dark ages hundreds of years ago.
- http://ft.dk/?/samling/20061/MENU/00000002.htm</ref> (Pia Kjærsgaard, during the opening debate of the Danish Folketing (October 4, 2001).) We know the problem lies in those Muslim groups that come from the Middle East, and that other immigrant groups are harmless. So if Denmark shall not lock itself in totally, we have to distinguish between ethnic and religious groups. In fact I mean simply Muslims from all countries and not just in the Middle East.