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This is a cake of Sarah Baartmen (Venus Hottentot) being cut at a Swedish dinner. I’ve taken the liberty of translating the article written about it to English (originally written in Swede)

Minister for Culture Lena Adelsohn Roth : “Culture is, above all food and springboard for the soul - but they also contribute to higher economic growth in society.” The oförblommerade double moralism in the politically correct route has gone from subtle hint of bizarre clarity.

Culture Lena Adelshon Liljeroth

There is clearly a politically correct racism and non. The correct racism does - as here - pompous cakes of negresses as minister of culture begins with the cutting up of a female genital mutilation and the rest of society tuck into by systematically dismembering the body of the “bloody” pieces.

The incorrect racism, which in comparison is not really racism worthy of the name at all, is, of course as we all know about one in terms of values as much more serious abuse, as an example, when three black painted youth “sold” into slavery in a fake auction at a student party with the theme ” jungle “in Lund.

It triggered an electric shock that racism went in the media, but with the conciliatory spirit claims to truth, the same approach this macabre event?

Perhaps with “culture is above all food and springboard for the soul.”

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It might be good to finally get politically correct guidelines for all others who may not use their freedom to either art or satirical joke, without being threatened by the prosecution in the light offended Sweden. This must still be regarded as moral precedent.

Nothing for me so far known joke and can move a long way compare with this macabre spectacle and wonder to the artists’ Association organized at the Modern Museum in celebration of World Art Day and 75th anniversary of the KRO, which a beaming Culture participated in.

"3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.  April 15: “Freedom of Artistic Expression and Dialogue with Society”
A conversation in English about the fight against censorship and artistic freedom. “

I support free speech and oppose censorship. Cakes upsets me is actually not at all, for that is just cakes, albeit macabre enough for me not to cut up a single bit. What upsets me is the hypocrisy.

I gives me hell for that event were not so ambitious and sincere that it offered a single deployed roundabout at the corners, or to any cake depicted a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad

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