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Hate messages revealed: Denmark's head of presidency badly insulted

Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen

Fighting in opposition to the brutalization of communication on social media: Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen

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Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen desires to do one thing in regards to the brutal language on social media and posts hate messages that have been despatched to her. Some of the contributions go away you speechless.

Mette Frederiksen, 46, want to see a debate in regards to the tone on social media. To illustrate her criticism, the incumbent Prime Minister revealed a number of hate messages that she stated she had acquired. The harsh tone on social media is nothing new, she wrote on Instagram on Sunday. “Harassment, sexism, insults, hatred and threats.” Unfortunately, that is a part of on a regular basis life for many individuals. This worries her deeply.

Denmark's head of presidency desires others to do the identical

Frederiksen reported on younger individuals who participate in expertise reveals and obtain racist and hateful messages, on journalists, researchers and officers who’re threatened, on athletes and politicians.

She wrote that she had not too long ago acquired quite a lot of hate messages and threats. And on a scale that she had by no means skilled earlier than. Of course, as head of presidency you want a excessive degree of tolerance, however there are feedback which can be so violent that nobody ought to settle for them. She echoed among the feedback she had acquired.

You can learn phrases like “Have you drunk too much baby blood lately?”, “slut”, “terrorist”, “Mette genocide”, “devil”, “fuck your mother” and lots of others, all of which go under the belt .

Perhaps others would have the braveness to make such experiences with insults public, writes Frederiksen. Then you’ll be able to have a debate about the way you wish to speak to one another.