Lars Hedegaard and Lars Vilks in Toronto: The Videos

by 1389 on October 5, 2010

in 1389 (blog admin), art and design, cartoon censorship, Europe, jihad, Lars Hedegaard, Lars Vilks (Mo-doggies cartoons), video and film

As previously noted, the scheduled appearances of Mo-doggie artist Lars Vilks, and counterjihad spokesman Lars Hedegaard, in Ottawa and in Philadelphia were cancelled because local authorities took no responsibility for providing security, and it would have been far too expensive for the tour’s sponsors to pay for all of the security that would have been required.

Even worse, the US Department of Homeland Security further abdicated their responsibilities (not to mention their common sense) by declaring Lars Vilks – and not the jihadis who have been threatening his life – to be a security risk.

(More discussion of this took place here, here, here, here, and here.)

The Toronto event was captured on video; unfortunately, the audio quality of some portions is not the best.

Counterjihad Spokesman Lars Hedegaard in Toronto:

Michael Coren with Lars Vilks in Toronto

Warning: Lars Vilks likes to pull everyone’s chain – so if you are easily offended by anything “politically incorrect,” feel free to skip this!

Learn more about the “roundabout dogs” and Lars Vilks’ worldwide art project that promotes freedom of expression.

Would YOU like to join the art project?

Lars Vilks' Mo-doggie free speech graphic

If you have a blog, a Facebook page, or a website, you can participate in the art project by visiting this site and putting the Mo-doggie graphic on your sidebar, wall, or web page:

Support Free Speech: Join Lars Vilks’ Art Project

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