Jyllands-Posten 22 August 2012
Lars Hedegaard, former chief editor of the national newspaper Information, president of the Danish and International Free Speech Society and reknown critic of EU, Islam, immigration, multiculture, climate alarmists and the Left, starts a new and completely professional newspaper. It will be published on a weekly basis from January 2013 in English, Danish and Swedish. Dispatch International can also be bought as online-edition in German and more languages for an online edition is planned as well.
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Translated by Nicolai Sennels, Jyllands-Posten August 14 2012 "Lars Hedegaard starts new newspaper":
"A paper newspaper about politics with national-conservative focus is in the pipeline. The plan is to create an international counterpart to the mainstream press.
So says the people behind a new English-Danish-Swedish newspaper project which includes the former chief editor of Information and current chairman of the Free Press Society, Lars Hedegaard, in a leading role.
Together with the President of the Swedish Free Press Society, Ingrid Carlqvist, Lars Hedegaard created an international paper newspaper, International Dispatch, Free Press Company magazine Sappho writes.
Adhere to the Judeo-Christian culture The new newspaper publishers call will defined as national-conservative and will be published weekly from 3 January 2013. The newspaper will have a broad coverage and comprise both domestic and international politics, security, economy, climate, culture and much else, says Lars Hedegaard of Sappho, which also says that the newspaper's main seat will be in Denmark and Sweden.
"We will not succumb to the zeitgeist, it applies both in terms of the green ideology and vision of multiculturalism. We will also not be involved in the anti-Jewish, anti-Christian line, as one finds in much of the press. We confess to the Judeo-Christian cultural foundation. The tone would be friendly, but the analyzes sharp. And we will print other news than the mainstream media," says Lars Hedegaard.
Dispatch International will publish a sample issue of the newspaper on August 30 to examine whether there is interest for the newspaper. The sample issue is financed by some people who share the editors' belief that there is a need for a new kind of press. It will be published as a printed newspaper in Danish, Swedish and English and on-line versions of Danish, Swedish, English and German."