Sunday, June 26, 2005

Where are Danish Political Blogs in English?

Both in Norway and in Sweden, you can find a small selection, or at least a handful, of decent political blogs writing in English. Strangely enough, I haven't found too many from Denmark. Enough! is the only one I know of. I find this a bit odd, since Danes have many excellent blogs in Danish. It is also sad, given the fact that tiny Denmark is probably the one Western nation with the most open and mainstream debate about issues related to Islam and Muslim immigration. Now that the Copenhagen Post has decided to close its archives to non-paying visitors, it makes it more difficult for non-Scandinavians to follow the developments there. I know that translating articles to English takes time, but what about some collaboration? Can for instance Uriasposten, Filtrat, En dansker i Sverige, Angantyr and Polemiken cooperate on a blog about Danish politics in English? Something similar to Stockhom Spectator from Sweden? It doesn't have to be updated every day. Even a couple of times a week would be valuable. If you have a small team of writers, this should limit the workload to a few posts a month. What do Danish readers here think about the idea?


At June 27, 2005 1:36 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Jakob: Norway is a smaller country, and we already have several political blogs, ranging from Bjørn Stærk to Oslo Girl. If we can, why can't you?

Besides: Yes, Denmark is interesting precisely because you have the strongest popular resistance to the pro-Islamic multicultural nonsense that is haunting the rest of Europe, too.


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