Date: 2008-09-10 10:52:40
Name: Edward Horgan
Thank you for your courage Frank. You are an example and an inspiration for whistleblowers throughout Europe. We are in a dark age of selfish resource wars. The increasing militarisation of the European Union will create a new Cold War with Russia unless we move towards peaceful coexistance and cooperation. You have helped to shine a light in this darkness.
Date: 2008-09-09 20:18:32
Name: Chris Murray
Thank You for what you did and
continue to do.
I read today a translation of Virgil,
the translator had finished his
Georgics at about the moment that
it became apparent that the
Coalition of the Willing had
completely disregarded 1441.
Our media like to pretend that
the obscenity we witness is
par for the course and part
They tickle liars.
Date: 2008-09-09 18:39:02
Name: Mary Kelly
I was very inspired to hear about your brave whistleblowing against the Danish government's lies- initially publicised in Ireland by Katherine Gunn and Daniel Ellsberg. Thank you for your brave stance, and I am so sorry to hear that you and your daughter are being made to sufffer now for speaking the truth. Courage.
Date: 2008-09-09 11:46:37
Name: iosaf mac diarmada
Be brave Mr Grevil and pass through this meanwhile your case will not be forgotten & everday more people you've never met nor ever will, shall hear that whistle you blew and help its echo return.
Be brave Frank and know you not only did the right thing but it's continuing.
"man hvisker stundom een noget i öret og hörer det over den hele By."
Date: 2008-09-09 11:37:50
Name: Tim Hourigan
Thank you so much for showing the lies of the Danish Government about the war. You are a hero and inspiration for the rest of us to continue to struggle for truth and justice.
I hope that you will be free and with your daughter again soon.
Date: 2008-09-09 05:37:34
Name: ker o'callaghan
i read about your plight on irish indymedia - i too have a young daughter and can only imagine the pain that you must be enduring in seperation from her.
i commend your courage in the actions you have taken in reagrds to WMD and the danish gov complicity.
i hope for your immediate release.
stay strong and fit now so you can take on the bastards later.
Date: 2008-07-27 10:26:40
Name: Jan Øberg
I hope you are well and read a lot of books, as you say you would. There is a direct line between towering figures of civil courage and peace like Daniel Ellsberg and you. While the Danish government makes me utterly sad to say I am Danish, honest people like you make me proud. The feeling that there is at least ONE among hundreds who could do what you have done, is enough to give me hope. You have practised the democratic right to not only free speech but also truth-seeking speech.
I wish you well. And please take comfort in the fact that so many others before you have been sent to prison and are remembered by humanity for it, while the small people who had no moral fiber are forgotten.
With my admiration
peace and conflict researcher, author of the book - in Danish - "Predictable Fiasco. The Conflict with Iraq and Denmark as an Occupying Power" (2004)
Date: 2008-07-22 11:07:15
Name: David S
Keep up the good struggle. The gangsters that put you in jail will be there themselves soon.
Date: 2008-07-06 21:33:20
Name: Birgitte Albrechtsen
DEAR FRANK GREVIL.
THANKS FOR RISKING WHAT YOU DID. I WORK FOR GK2003, AMD WE ARE HAPPY FOR YOUR DEED. WE´VE JUST GOT UPLIFTING NEWS: FREE PROCESS TO THE SUPREME COURT, IN THE CASE AGAINST FOGH RASMUSSEN, CONCERNING OUR PARTICIPATION IN THE IRAK WAR. SO, WE KEEP UP THE GOOD HOPE AND CONTINUE! HOPEFULLY YOU GET THE BEST OUT OF YOUR EMPRISONMENT. AND KEEP UP YOUR SPIRIT.
Date: 2008-06-30 18:54:18
Name: Coilín ÓhAiseadha
Frank, if you had to be imprisoned anywhere, I think Horseroed is most appropriate.
Not just because it is one of the most beautiful areas of northern Zealand, but for some of the people it has housed: you may already know that, in the years 1941-44, the Nazis imprisoned Danish communists, participants in the Spanish Civil War, artists, politicians and officials, Jews and members of the resistance here.
But let’s not exaggerate: the Danish war ministers are not Nazis, not utterly bad people, not thoroughly evil but foolish, driven perhaps by vanity to think that they could liberate the people of Iraq by attacking, invading and occupying their country.
And nor are you a resistance fighter, Frank. You never destroyed any train tracks. You never assassinated a member of the SS. You never smuggled any Jews to Sweden. You knew you risked your career as an officer by leaking official documents to the newspaper, but you didn’t risk death or torture to do so. Nevertheless, imprisonment is a severe form of punishment, and so it was courageous of you to take that risk. A comparison may be made all the same.
What’s more, Leif Larsen tells us that, in the years 1923-40, the camp was used as a holiday camp for 20,000 children from the slums of Copenhagen. And somehow this also seems to fit: not to find fault with Dalgas Have or any part of Frederiksberg; but Grevil goes on holiday in a summer camp for poor children from the city.
Perhaps the ghosts of the Danish resistance fighters will visit you in your dreams and whisper to you that one day the world will recognise the war ministers, Fogh, Moeller and Jensby, as criminals and villains, and will hold your name in esteem. And the ghosts of the boys from the slums will laugh.
Keep well, enjoy your reading, and have a good holiday in Horseroed.
Let me finish with an Irish proverb:
Má chaitear cloch, níl aon réamhinsint ar an bhfód tíre don chloich sin.
If a stone be thrown, there is no foretelling where it will land.