December 7, 2009 the next meeting in court will take place. The case against Camilla Broe raises an important question:
Who started the extradition process?
The DEA agent stated that it was the minister of Justice herself – Lene Espersen who demanded that the trial should take place in the United States and the Americans should ask for extradition.
This statement is denied by the Danish authorities. Did the Agent then commit perjury?
We have to wait until December 10, 2009 before this question is answered. The parliament demands an answer and this answer has to be truth or she will have to resign.
In the meantime the Copenhagen Climate Council (COP15) is just around the corner. The state of emergency laws has passed the parliament, the dog cages the police intend to house the activists and bystanders in have been displayed.
Our guests – the leaders from a lot of countries will be served the best meals and have fine ladies giving them the services they so often require when summits are held in Copenhagen.
Now reactions from abroad are hitting Denmark.
L.A. Times attacked Denmark yesterday in relationship with COP15. They state that we are a poor example when we want to house this event.
But I have to state that we didn’t want it in the first place. The decision to house it was done in exchange with India because they are embarrassed to have relief workers from Denmark in their country. According to them they have not hunger or people in need in India so they wanted to prosecute those who travel there anyway. I do personally believe that they could have got the relief workers without trading the climate council for them because India is an important export market. Years ago we have a lot of ships sailing around the world but the crisis has meant that those ships should be taken out of work and at the Alang beach they have the best ship breaking industry in the world.
So we don’t host COP15 because we are the best country in the world to preserve the climate. We host it because none other wanted.
So please leave us alone.