The Dark Side of Denmark
Here's a description of what the video depicts:
Danish state TV on Friday aired amateur video footage showing young members of the anti-immigrant Danish Peoples' party engaged in a competition to draw humiliating cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad....And this is not some obscure political party. The DPP (Dansk Folkeparti) has been a strong ally of rightist Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen for years, and they got 13% of the vote in last year's election.
The images, filmed by artist Martin Rosengaard Knudsen who posed as a member of the party for several months to document attitudes among young members, show a number of young people drinking, singing and drawing cartoons ridiculing the Prophet Mohammad.
Freedom of speech is a sacred thing, but defending it doesn't require one to cheerlead the bigotry of others. The Danish cartoon incident was not so innocent as it appeared (as I wrote at the time), and while "Muslim society" is certainly in need of some repairs, so is the vaunted "liberalism" of an Enlightened West.