Tight course is originally a Danish party, but Paludan was also granted Swedish citizenship two years ago due to the fact that the father is Swedish.
At Easter, Paludan unleashed riots in several Swedish cities where he held or announced markings to set fire to the Koran.
He has also previously unleashed riots in Copenhagen, and he has been punished in Denmark for incitement against ethnic groups as a result of racist statements directed at Muslims. He has previously also been convicted of threatening a police officer.
When Stram Kurs and Paludan ran for election in Denmark in 2019, the party received just 1.8 percent of the vote and ended up below the threshold of 2 percent.
The following year, he was denied entry to Sweden for two years, after violent riots broke out in Malmö where he threatened to burn a copy of the Koran, wrapped in bacon.
Paludan, who is a lawyer, does not hide in speeches what his and the party’s goals are, a ban on Islam and the deportation of all Muslims.
Our streets and alleys will be turned into rivers of blood, and the blood of the alien enemies will end up in the sewers where the aliens also belong. They are primitive and pathetic wretches, and their death will be both necessary and legal, was the message in one of his speeches, aimed at Muslims in Denmark.