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"We're leaving!" - Pakistani refugees are outraged after Denmark cut welfare benefits

Denmark Cracks down on immigration.
Muslim migrants are threatening to leave Denmark after it cut the welfare payment by half.
The Danish economy can not provide free housing, food, and welfare benefits to millions of illegal immigrants from all over the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

The only solution to the immigration crisis is to close the borders and deport illegal immigrants back to where they came from.
Most of the immigrants who arrived in Europe are not refugees from Syria. They are Muslim immigrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East who exploited the flow of immigrants from Syria to invade Europe as "refugees".
he German government expects to spend around 93.6 billion euros by the end of 2020 on costs related to the refugee crisis.
Its the impact on housing, healthcare, the rising costs of welfare, schools that are brought under horrific burdens trying to teach an influx of children who don't speak the Language yet fill up the classrooms and competing for already scarce jobs with workers who are willing to take less money for the same job - these are the day to day burgeoning effects of mass immigration. Populism has ONLY arisen because the elites of Europe have neglected their duty towards the very people that put them in power. Instead of serving the people they have falsely assumed mastery over them and the people will simply not stand for it.

The only solution to the immigration crisis is to close the borders and deport illegal immigrants back to where they came from.
Most of the immigrants who arrived in Germany are not refugees from Syria. They are Muslim immigrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East who exploited the flow of immigrants from Syria to invade Europe as "refugees."

Multiculturalism has failed in Europe.
Most people are unaware of the consequences of the illegal mass immigration into Europe that lead to the changing face of Europe.
There are Western countries that do not even acknowledge that there is a lack of integration within the immigrant communities.
The Western world must close the borders before it is too late.
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What is it about the Islamic Republic of Pakistan that makes Muslims (legitimate) refugees?
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Blast rocks Copenhagen police station, no injuries

Danish police technicians work on Hermodsgade outside a local police station in Copenhagen on August 10, 2019, after the police station was hit by an explosion in the early morning.

An explosion rocked a Copenhagen police station in the early hours Saturday, causing damage but no injuries just days after a similar blast at the national tax agency.

The glass entrance doors were shattered and debris was scattered on the ground outside, images showed.

The cause of the explosion was not yet known, police said.

The blast occurred at 3:18 am (0118 GMT) in the Norrebro neighbourhood, near the Osterbro district where a powerful explosion late Tuesday caused severe damage to the tax agency headquarters.

"It's too early to say whether there is any connection (with the explosion at the tax agency) but that is something we are looking into," Copenhagen deputy police inspector Rasmus Agerskov Schultz told news agency Ritzau.

Police wrote on Twitter that they were looking for a man seen fleeing from the police station blast, dressed in dark clothing and white shoes, and asked any witnesses to come forward.

On Wednesday, police described the tax agency explosion as a deliberate act but have yet to provide any further information from their investigation.

Morten Ostergaard, a member of the Social Liberal Party and a former economic and interior affair ministers, wrote on Twitter that an "attack against the police is an attack against all of us."

"In Denmark no one should be afraid that their workplace will be blown to bits. Tax agency, police, anywhere."
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Ariel wrote:
Morten Ostergaard, a member of the Social Liberal Party and a former economic and interior affair ministers, wrote on Twitter that an "attack against the police is an attack against all of us."

"In Denmark no one should be afraid that their workplace will be blown to bits. Tax agency, police, anywhere."
So this leftist twit thinks it's just anther matter for Health and Safety.
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Denmark: Migration minister instructs Somali Muslims to “return home and rebuild the country from which you came”

Like all Western European countries who’ve taken in large numbers of Middle Eastern and North African Muslim migrants, Denmark has had a difficult time stopping these non-Western migrants from ghettoizing. They’ve had an even more difficult time getting them to work.

Recently, Danish migration minister Inger Støjberg said, “If you no longer need our protection and your life and health are no longer at risk in your home country, and specifically in Somalia, you must, of course, return home and rebuild the country from which you came from.”

Since 2017, Denmark’s Immigration Service began carrying out comprehensive reviews of ‘refugee residence permits’ and has revoked the residency permit of nearly 1,000 Somali migrants.

On top of that, the Danish parliament has also approved a new policy will see criminal migrants relocated to an uninhabited island before they are deported. The idea behind this policy seeks to limit the spread of radical Islamic ideology throughout Danish prisons.

Earlier this year in October, Støjberg rebuffed efforts from the European Union to impose migrant quotas, asserting, “too few contribute” to the workforce.

If only their Scandinavian neighbor Sweden could adopt the same outlook.

A recent study conducted by Professor Emeritus in Economics Lars Calmsfors has revealed that Sweden – compared to Norway, Denmark, and Finland – has the most difficulty getting newly arrived migrants to work.

Things have gotten so bad in Sweden that officials in the Swedish municipality of Bengtsfors have been forced to ask the national government for aid due to the enormous financial burden that has been incurred on taxpayers as a result of taking in too many non-working, welfare-dependent migrants.

The failure of most Muslim migrant to assimilate and integrate into European society continues to be a massive problem that most liberal parties and center-right parties refuse to deal with. In this regard, Denmark has been exceptional in that its left-leaning parties have been willing to address the problem head-on. As a result, the rise of right-wing nationalist and populists parties in Denmark has been limited.

Until more European governments adopt sensible policies on migration, Islamic extremist attacks, mass rapes, sharia patrols, sharia courts, no-go zones, female genital mutilation, child marriage, and antisemitism will all continue to proliferate.
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Ariel wrote:
The failure of most Muslim migrant to assimilate and integrate into European society continues to be a massive problem that most liberal parties and center-right parties refuse to deal with. In this regard, Denmark has been exceptional in that its left-leaning parties have been willing to address the problem head-on. As a result, the rise of right-wing nationalist and populists parties in Denmark has been limited.

Until more European governments adopt sensible policies on migration, Islamic extremist attacks, mass rapes, sharia patrols, sharia courts, no-go zones, female genital mutilation, child marriage, and antisemitism will all continue to proliferate.
A glimmer of hope, perhaps?
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Danish study: “Muslims need to leave Denmark”

Findings from a new study in Denmark have revealed that as many as one in four Danes believe that Muslims immigrants must leave Denmark.

The study, conducted by the weekly magazine Mandag Morgen (Monday Morning) in partnership with professor Jørgen Goul Andersen, revealed Danes’ belief that mass immigration poses an existential threat to their national identity and culture is the highest it has been in 30 years.

Of those Danes who were surveyed, 28 percent agreed with the statement ‘Muslim immigrants need to leave Denmark’. Slightly less than half (45 percent), said that they think Muslims should be permitted to stay in the country. 39 percent said that they were ready to deport immigrants immediately if they’re unemployed, while just 32 percent of Danes disagreed with this position.

Interestingly, the survey also revealed a substantial generational gap in attitudes toward immigration and integration. Not surprisingly, younger people were more open and positive about immigration whereas older people were not as happy about it.

While just 16 percent of under 25s agreed with the assertion that Muslims should be removed from the country, 30 percent of Danes aged 40-years-old and above agreed with the same assertion.

Professor Jørgen Goul Andersen was taken aback by the study’s findings.

“It’s mildly frightening, no matter how you interpret it. Ejecting Muslims is contrary to the religious freedom of the Constitution. The fact that so many still agree with positions that are usually considered unacceptable suggests a decline in democratic values that almost entirely may be blamed on the political elite. It may have triggered an avalanche, which can be difficult to stop”, Jørgen Goul Andersen said.

During his comments, Professor Andersen mentioned Denmark’s new right-wing party, Stram Kurs (Hard Line), that would like Islam removed entirely from Denmark, as well as the citizenship of all non-Europeans canceled, and all refugees deported.

The study follows another recent survey which revealed that nearly half of second-generation immigrants believe that criticizing religion should be banned outright, suggesting that Muslim immigrants simply will never assimilate into Western culture.

As things stand now, Islam represents Denmark’s largest minority religion. Muslims are estimated to comprise slightly over five percent of the Danish population.
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Findings from a new study in Denmark have revealed that as many as one in four Danes believe that Muslims immigrants must leave Denmark.
The other 75% are Muslim immigrants!
The study follows another recent survey which revealed that nearly half of second-generation immigrants believe that criticizing religion should be banned outright,
"Criticizing Religion" meaning criticizing ISLAM. Muslims should of course be free to criticize, mock, denounce the religious beliefs of Christians and other non-Muslims and all those who hold religious beliefs that contradict the "truths" of Islam. Muslim imams should be free to endlessly rant and rave anti-"kafir" passages from the Qur'an from their pulpits. The Qur'an, a book of anti-"kafir" hate speech should be allowed to be freely reproduced, distributed and propagated. Muslims should be free to prosyletize non-Muslims. Non-Muslims should not be free to prosyletize Muslims. The left, Greens and other "progressives" naturally agree with Muslims on all these points.
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Denmark can withdraw foreign fighters’ citizenship more easy

The Danish government now has the authority to withdraw the citizenship of jihadists who’ve traveled abroad to fight for militant jihadist groups.

The new law gives the country’s immigration minister the authority to revoke the passports of citizens who’ve joined foreign terrorist organizations by simply informing the terrorist of the decision via the internet, Danish newspaper Extra Bladet reports.

The law was passed on Thursday by a majority in the parliament. MPs from the Conservatives, the New Civil and Liberal Alliance voted in favor of the bill, while the Social Liberals, the Red-Green Alliance, and the Alternative voted against it. SF abstained from the vote.

In recent years, close to 150 people have left Demark for the Middle East to join various militant jihadist groups, according to the Danish Police Intelligence Services (PET).

Many of them are thought to be hanging around the region, despite the Islamic State having lost most of its territory. About 50 others have returned to Denmark. Over a dozen have been indicted on various charges.

The new law is mainly directed at citizens who’ve gone off to join the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and gives Mattias Tesfaye, Denmark’s Immigration Minister, the ability to strip ‘foreign fighters’ of their Danish citizenship without a trial, while they’re still abroad.

Those who are stripped of their passports will have four weeks to appeal the decision. However, due to several objections, the new law includes a clause that allows some leniency if the four-week deadline is unable to be met.

“It will be viewed as being that if you can’t appeal on time, you will be able to exceed the four-week deadline and it will ultimately be a judge that decides whether it was out of your control to appeal by the deadline”, Tesfaye said.

Parliament will hold a vote in 2021 to determine whether the law be re-confirmed.

“We will then be in a situation where we can assess whether the law has worked. Perhaps there will be a need for little adjustments,” Tesfaye said.

The bill will apply only to dual nationals so as not to make anyone stateless.
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Denmark: Stram Kurs leader Rasmus Paludan attacked by migrants

Rasmus Paludan, the leader of Danish party Stram Kurs (Hard Line), had to be evacuated by police after immigrants attacked him with powerful firecrackers during a demonstration in the multicultural area of Tingbjerg.

Over the weekend, the leader of the hard-right party and Denmark’s chief critic of Islam and mass immigration had to be evacuated from the area just 20 minutes into the demonstration, Danish TV2 reports.

Paludan’s speech was interrupted after about fourteen minutes when migrants from the neighborhood began hurling large firecrackers at him.

The first firecracker is said to have been chucked from the roof of the building opposite to Paludan, while the second explosion went off in the immediate area of the party leader. The explosion was so violent that a window behind Paludan was shattered.

After the third explosion, police took action and rushed Paludan away from the area and ushered him into black BMW.
Although there was a heavy police presence at the demonstration, not one of the attackers has been arrested.

“We haven’t got hold of those who did it,” Leif Hansen of the Copenhagen police said.

This isn’t the first time the Paludan has been attacked for his demonstrations, which he says are done to shine a light on the police’s inability to uphold Denmark’s freedom of assembly and demonstration.

Paludan’s party, Stram Kurs, was established in 2017 and aims to create “a Denmark for Danes”. The party would like to see Islam banned in Denmark, the expulsion of all refugees, and the citizenship of non-European immigrants withdrawn.

In Denmark’s national election in 2019, Stram Kurs went from an obscure, fringe party to just narrowly missing the electoral threshold to enter parliament.
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Norway: Turks and Kurds clash in demonstrations, a shop looted and cars demolished

Central Oslo was hit by a brawl between Turks and Kurds, because of the situation in Turkey and Syria.

It started last Saturday with two demonstrations outside the Turkish embassy in Oslo. The two demonstrations consisted of people who were for and against Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria respectively.

A rather peaceful pro-Turkey demonstration started at 1 pm, but two hours later a Kurdish counter-demonstration started, which was a protest against Turkey’s offensive in northern Syria. A kurdish flag was spotted.

When the two demonstrations met, a clash started. A shop for body care products at Karl Johan, a big shopping street in Central Oslo, was demolished, but no one is reported to have been hurt. There were also attacks on cars and buses, and iron bras were used. The Norwegian police were forced to respond with tear gas.

At 6 PM the police said that they had “control over the situation”.
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"We do not want you back" Denmark says to Islamist fighters. "We are not going to help you, nor give you money. "
Denmark to end consular assistance to Islamist fighters

Denmark said Saturday it planned to withhold consular assistance from Danish citizens who went abroad to fight for Islamist groups such as the Islamic State group (IS) in Syria or Iraq.

The announcement comes days after Turkey began sending back foreign jihadists to their countries of origin, deporting Europeans including those from France, Germany and Denmark.

"We owe absolutely nothing to foreign fighters who went to Syria and Iraq to fight for IS," Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod tweeted.

"This is why we are now taking measures against the access of foreign fighters to consular assistance by the foreign ministry and Danish representations abroad," he said.

According to Danish news agency Ritzau, consular assistance usually consists of prison visits and discussions with local authorities about detention conditions.

If parliament approves the measure, it would "apply to all foreign fighters who travel to join the Islamic State or other terrorist movements", Kofod told Ritzau.

"Denmark should not be forced to help people who turned their backs on us, represent a threat to Denmark's security and fight against everything that we defend," he said.

After a Turkish offensive in Syria forced many IS fighters to flee, Denmark said last month it would strip jihadist fighters with double nationality of their Danish citizenship to stop them from returning to Denmark.

In September, the government said it thought 36 radical Islamists had travelled from Denmark to combat zones.
Of the total, 10 held a Danish residence permit which the authorities took away, and 12 Danish citizens had been imprisoned.
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Danish authorities foil terrorist attack with ‘militant Islamist motive’

By ARTHUR LYONS

Twenty-one individuals were arrested on Wednesday by the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) during nationwide sweeps meant to stop a radical Islamic terrorist plot.

Although the names and nationalities of those arrested have not been made public, authorities have reported that they had planned to carry out acts of terror on Danish soil with a “militant Islamist motive,” Danish newspaper Berlingske reports.

Of the twenty-one people who were arrested across seven police districts in the country, eight of the suspects – six men and two women – are set to appear in a Copenhagen court on Thursday. They’re accused of procuring bomb-making materials and attempting to obtain illegal firearms.

According to the newspaper, the remaining thirteen suspects have been released but were still charged with the terrorist clause.

“PET has carried out an intensive intelligence operation based on the suspicion that several people were preparing for terrorist attacks. They are driven by a militant Islamist motive. They have the intention and capacity to commit terror in Denmark,” Operational Chief of the Security and Intelligence Service (PET) Flemming Drejer said during a press conference.

“It does not change the terrorist threat to Denmark, it remains serious. We should not be bowed to terror, we must live our lives normally,” Drejer added.

In response to the nationwide sweeps, Denmark’s Justice Minister Nick Hekkerup said, “On the one hand, I welcome the result. On the other hand, it indicates that we are a country under threat of terror and that we need to be vigilant.”

In October, Denmark passed a law that allows the government to strip individuals who go off to fight for foreign terrorist groups of their Danish citizenship. Last week, the Danish government applied this law for the third time.
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No government or media will ever mention the real cause which is the ideology, the religion of peace, or in short Islam.

That is taboo, "He who cannot be named". Like Lord Voldemort. :x
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In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant ‘Ghettos’

When Rokhaia Naassan gives birth in the coming days, she and her baby boy will enter a new category in the eyes of Danish law. Because she lives in a low-income immigrant neighborhood described by the government as a “ghetto,” Rokhaia will be what the Danish newspapers call a “ghetto parent” and he will be a “ghetto child.”

Starting at the age of 1, “ghetto children” must be separated from their families for at least 25 hours a week, not including nap time, for mandatory instruction in “Danish values,” including the traditions of Christmas and Easter, and Danish language. Noncompliance could result in a stoppage of welfare payments. Other Danish citizens are free to choose whether to enroll children in preschool up to the age of six.

Denmark’s government is introducing a new set of laws to regulate life in 25 low-income and heavily Muslim enclaves, saying that if families there do not willingly merge into the country’s mainstream, they should be compelled.

For decades, integrating immigrants has posed a thorny challenge to the Danish model, intended to serve a small, homogeneous population. Leaders are focusing their ire on urban neighborhoods where immigrants, some of them placed there by the government, live in dense concentrations with high rates of unemployment and gang violence.

Politicians’ description of the ghettos has become increasingly sinister. In his annual New Year’s speech, Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen warned that ghettos could “reach out their tentacles onto the streets” by spreading violence, and that because of ghettos, “cracks have appeared on the map of Denmark.” Politicians who once used the word “integration” now call frankly for “assimilation.”

That tough approach is embodied in the “ghetto package.” Of 22 proposals presented by the government in early March, most have been agreed upon by a parliamentary majority, and more will be subject to a vote in the fall.

Some are punitive: One measure under consideration would allow courts to double the punishment for certain crimes if they are committed in one of the 25 neighborhoods classified as ghettos, based on residents’ income, employment status, education levels, number of criminal convictions and “non-Western background.” Another would impose a four-year prison sentence on immigrant parents who force their children to make extended visits to their country of origin — described here as “re-education trips” —in that way damaging their “schooling, language and well-being.” Another would allow local authorities to increase their monitoring and surveillance of “ghetto” families.

Some proposals have been rejected as too radical, like one from the far-right Danish People’s Party that would confine “ghetto children” to their homes after 8 p.m. (Challenged on how this would be enforced, Martin Henriksen, the chairman of Parliament’s integration committee, suggested in earnest that young people in these areas could be fitted with electronic ankle bracelets.)

At this summer’s Folkemodet, an annual political gathering on the island of Bornholm, the justice minister, Soren Pape Poulsen, shrugged off the rights-based objection.

“Some will wail and say, ‘We’re not equal before the law in this country,’ and ‘Certain groups are punished harder,’ but that’s nonsense,” he said, adding that the increased penalties would affect only people who break the law.

To those claiming the measures single out Muslims, he said: “That’s nonsense and rubbish. To me this is about, no matter who lives in these areas and who they believe in, they have to profess to the values required to have a good life in Denmark.”

Yildiz Akdogan, a Social Democrat whose parliamentary constituency includes Tingbjerg, which is classified as a ghetto, said Danes had become so desensitized to harsh rhetoric about immigrants that they no longer register the negative connotation of the word “ghetto” and its echoes of Nazi Germany’s separation of Jews.

“We call them ‘ghetto children, ghetto parents,’ it’s so crazy,” Ms. Akdogan said. “It is becoming a mainstream word, which is so dangerous. People who know a little about history, our European not-so-nice period, we know what the word ‘ghetto’ is associated with.”

She pulled out her phone to display a Facebook post from a right-wing politician, railing furiously at a Danish supermarket for selling a cake reading “Eid Mubarak,” for the Muslim holiday of Eid. “Right now, facts don’t matter so much, it’s only feelings,” she said. “This is the dangerous part of it.”

For their part, many residents of Danish “ghettos” say they would move if they could afford to live elsewhere. On a recent afternoon, Ms. Naassan was sitting with her four sisters in Mjolnerparken, a four-story, red brick housing complex that is, by the numbers, one of Denmark’s worst ghettos: forty-three percent of its residents are unemployed, 82 percent come from “non-Western backgrounds,” 53 percent have scant education and 51 percent have relatively low earnings.

The Naassan sisters wondered aloud why they were subject to these new measures. The children of Lebanese refugees, they speak Danish without an accent and converse with their children in Danish; their children, they complain, speak so little Arabic that they can barely communicate with their grandparents. Years ago, growing up in Jutland, in Denmark’s west, they rarely encountered any anti-Muslim feeling, said Sara, 32.

“Maybe this is what they always thought, and now it’s out in the open,” she said. “Danish politics is just about Muslims now. They want us to get more assimilated or get out. I don’t know when they will be satisfied with us.”

Rokhaia, her due date fast approaching, flared with anger at the mandatory preschool program approved by the government last month: Already, she said, her daughter was being taught so much about Christmas in kindergarten that she came home begging for presents from Santa Claus.

“Nobody should tell me whether or how my daughter should go to preschool. Or when,” she said. “I’d rather lose my benefits than submit to force.”

Barwaqo Jama Hussein, 18, a Somali refugee, noted that many immigrant families, including her own, had been settled in “ghetto” neighborhoods by the government. She moved to Denmark when she was 5 and has lived in the Tingbjerg ghetto area since she was 13. She said the politicians’ description of “parallel societies” simply did not fit her, or Tingbjerg.

“It hurts that they don’t see us as equal people,” she said. “We actually live in Danish society. We follow the rules, we go to school. The only thing we don’t do is eat pork.”

About 12 miles south of the city, in the middle-class suburb of Greve, though, voters gushed with approval over the new laws.

“They spend too much Danish money,” said Dorthe Pedersen, a hairdresser, daubing chestnut dye on a client’s hairline. “We pay their rent, their clothing, their food, and then they come in broken Danish and say, ‘We can’t work because we’ve got a pain.’”

Her client, Anni Larsen, told a story about being invited by a Turkish immigrant to their child’s wedding and being scandalized to discover that the guests were separated by gender and seated in different rooms. “I think there were only 10 people from Denmark,” she said, appalled. “If you ask me, I think they shouldn’t have invited us.”

Anette Jacobsen, 64, a retired pharmacist’s assistant, said she so treasured Denmark’s welfare system, which had provided her four children with free education and health care, that she felt a surge of gratitude every time she paid her taxes, more than 50 percent of her yearly income. As for immigrants using the system, she said, “There is always a cat door for someone to sneak in.”

“Morally, they should be grateful to be allowed into our system, which was built over generations,” she said.

Her husband, Jesper, a former merchant sailor whose ship once docked in Lebanon, said he had watched laborers there being shot for laziness and replaced by truckloads of new workers gathered in the countryside.

“I think they are 300 to 400 years behind us,” Jesper said.

“Their culture doesn’t fit here,” Anette said.

The new hard-edge push to force Muslims to integrate struck both of them as positive. “The young people will see what it is to be Danish and they will not be like their parents,” Jesper said.

“The grandmothers will die sometime,” Anette said. “They are the ones resisting change.”

By focusing heavily on the collective cost of supporting refugee and immigrant families, the Danish People’s Party has won many voters away from the center-left Social Democrats, who had long been seen as the defenders of the welfare state. With a general election approaching next year, the Social Democrat party has shifted to the right on immigration, saying tougher measures are necessary to protect the welfare state.

Nearly 87 percent of Denmark’s 5.7 million people are of Danish descent, with immigrants and their descendants accounting for the rest. Two-thirds of the immigrants are from non-Western backgrounds, a group that swelled with the waves of Afghan, Iraqi and Syrian refugees crossing Europe.

Critics would say “the state cannot force children away from their parents in the daytime, that’s disproportionate use of force,” said Rune Lykkeberg, the editor in chief of Dagbladet Information, a left-liberal daily newspaper. “But the Social Democrats say, ‘We give people money, and we want something for this money.’ This is a system of rights and obligations.”

Danes have a high level of trust in the state, including as a central shaper of children’s ideology and beliefs, he said. “The Anglo-Saxon conception is that man is free in nature, and then comes the state” constraining that freedom, he said. “Our conception of freedom is the opposite, that man is only free in society.”

“You could say, of course, parents have the right to bring up their own kids,” he added. “We would say they do not have the right to destroy the future freedom of their children.”

Of course, he added, “There is always a strong sense of authoritarian risk.”

Ms. Hussain, the high school student from Tingbjerg, is accustomed to anti-immigrant talk surging ahead of elections, but says this year it is harsher than she can ever remember.

“If you create new kinds of laws that apply to only one part of society, then you can keep adding to them,” she said. “It will turn into the parallel society they’re so afraid of. They will create it themselves.”
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No more bombings in Denmark after border controls with Sweden – “We want to protect ourselves

On the 12th of November last year Denmark introduced passport controls with Sweden for the first time since the 1950s.

This came after there had been 13 explosions in Copenhagen between February and October in 2019.

“To counter the threat from serious, cross-border crime, we are enforcing the protection of the border with Sweden,” said Danish minister of justice Nick Hækkerup.

There have been no bombings in Denmark after the new border controls were introduced with Sweden.

Meanwhile in the same time period, Sweden has been struggling with over 40 bombings.

Last year saw a record number of 257 bombings in Sweden.

A 23 year old Swedish man was arrested after the Danish tax offices in Copenhagen was bombed last year.

In total, 3136 people have been checked by police and 6 have been denied entry into Denmark.

The Danish Social Liberal party says that this shows the border controls are a waste of money.

“These new figures show once again that this border control is useless. We chase innocent Danes to check if they have their passport. This money could have been used to catch people that commit violence, rapes and burglary” said Krisian Heegard of the Social Liberal party.

However, the ruling Social Democrats dismiss this.

“We need to remember what the objective here is. We want to protect ourselves from the criminality that we see in Sweden. Therefore we should not measure this in the number of people that have been denied entry, but rather if it has had an effect in regards to that” says Jeppe Bruus of the Social Democrats.

According to the police, the border controls are effective, saying that border controls are one of several tools, and that together it is “an effective protection against cross-border crime”.

“It is not only about how many we deny entry at the border, but even more important the preventative effect the controls have on the criminals, and the intelligence we gather in connection with the controls. Therefore it is about gathering intelligence and sending preventative signals” said the National police in Denmark.

The border controls will cost Denmark DKK 35 million ($5.13 million) for 6 months.
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Danish teen attacked by nine men who tried to force him the railroad tracks in Islamized suburb

Unprovoked, racially-motivated attacks against native European teens by migrant gangs are an increasing problem that traditional center-left and center-right parties continue to ignore.

Late last Friday evening, 17-year-old Marcus Aroli, a Dane, was with his sister at Tåstrup train station in western Copenhagen when they decided to take a train to Albertslund station to buy a soda at the 7/11 since there’s no shop of this kind in Tåstrup, Norwegian news site Document.no reports.

“As soon as I got off the train, my sister and one of her girlfriends say they think they knew some people who were waiting at the end of the entrance to the platform,” Marcus Aroli said.

“Next, I asked what they meant but before I knew it, a boy around 15 years old with curly black hair came up to me for no reason and punched me in the face, causing my upper lip to split open and begin bleeding,” Aroli continued.

As Aroli was attempting to escape, another man from the group tripped him so that he fell back to the ground. The group of men then surrounded him and made several more attempts to push him down onto the train tracks. According to Aroli, they made their last attempt to shove him onto the tracks just as the train was arriving at the platform.

“I then ran until I came to the end of the platform where there were only train rails. From there I knew I had to go back and get past them, so of course, they hit me again and my sister began crying.”

“I eventually fell, and can see he was close to bumping me in the head, so out of panic I took a bag of 4 beers and threw them at the head of one in the gang so the cans broke.”

“I got up quickly and ran towards the exit from the platform. I then ran back towards the platform and out on the rails.”

“Fortunately, the gang did not touch my sister or her friends. Their complete full focus was on me.”

“There were about 30 people present during the attack, but just 9 of them took part in beating me. If anyone has seen or heard anything from this evening, contact the police as soon as possible as they may decide to do it again,” Marcus says.

Marcus warns his friends on Facebook:

“STAY AWAY FROM ALBERTSLUND STATION IN THE EVENING! – They are sick in the head, and I did not even know them! I COULD HAVE BEEN DEAD!”

According to Danish statistics from 2017, 23.2 percent of the residents living in the municipality Albertslund are “non-western immigrants”, which often means Muslim or African.
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Denmark: Well over half of young Somali, Lebanese, Moroccan, and Kuwaiti men have criminal histories

By ARTHUR LYONS

Immigrant-related crime and violence are hotly debated topics in Denmark, just as they are in Sweden and many other western countries.

Now the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten has published statistics having to do with crime among certain immigrant groups in Denmark, and the numbers are quite telling.

In its recent study, the thinktank Unitos examined young men born in 1985, 1986, and 1987 who’ve lived in Denmark since they were 14-years-old. The figures unearthed in the study revealed that over half of men with Somali, Lebanese, Kuwaiti, and Moroccan backgrounds had been convicted of a crime on one or more occasions before they reached 30-years-old, Danish online newspaper Den Korte Avis reports.

Among young Somali men born in 1985, 1986 and 1987, 222 out of 357 (62 percent) have at some point received a sentence for a criminal offense.

Lebanese men didn’t fare much better, with 322 out of 535 (60 percent) born between 1985 and 1987 having been convicted of a criminal offense. In Denmark, the people referred to as Lebanese are usually Muslim Palestinians who immigrated to Denmark from Lebanon.

Among Moroccans in the same age group, 98 out of 181 (54 percent) had been convicted of a crime prior to the age of 30.

The study revealed that the most crime-prone immigrant group Denmark are those from Kuwait, with 23 out of 33 (70 percent) having been convicted of a crime before turning 30-years-old.

In contrast, among Vietnamese immigrants, 48 out of 219 (22 percent) have been convicted of crimes before turning 30.

Among Danes in the category, 14,043 out of 78,120 – just 18 percent – were convicted of crimes before turning 30.

Unfortunately, no data was collected for other large immigrant groups in Denmark like those from Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria or Poland.

The criminal penalties that were examined in Unitos study included fines or prison sentences for violence, theft, robberies, burglary or vandalism. Traffic violations were not included. It’s important to note that since not every crime committed resulted in an arrest or a conviction, the real percentage is likely much higher.

Interestingly enough, the four immigrant groups who commit the most crimes – Somalis, Lebanese, Moroccans, and Kuwaitis – all have one thing in common: the religion of Islam.

Conversely, the Buddhist Vietnamese immigrants committed crimes at a much lower rate.

The percentage of Muslims living in Denmark is difficult to calculate, but according to estimations by the Pew Research center, 5.4 percent of Denmark’s legal population were Muslims in 2016, slightly less than the percentage seen in most Western European countries, but far higher than the numbers seen in the Visegrád and Baltic countries.
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Danish mother tells how her teenage son was beaten into a coma by gang of migrants

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Increasingly immigrant gangs are targeting young Danish boys and girls and savagely beating. Not unlike what’s been seen in other Western European countries who’ve been “enriched” with alien cultures, in Denmark, brutal and unprovoked violence against young Danes is becoming part and parcel of daily life.

On Monday, a Danish mother by the name of Karina Lindboe Wind writes on Facebook about how her son Lauritz was severely beaten by a migrant gang in Copenhagen. Her story is as follows:

Lauritz was knocked down from behind, with his head hitting the front of a moving car near Gothersgade. Having been rendered nonconscious from the blow, he was unable to break his fall with his hands, and as a result, went face-first into the pavement. After, one perpetrator is said to have jumped into the air and repeatedly stomped on Lauritz’s face.

Shortly after, Lauritz was rushed by ambulance to the National Hospital’s Trauma Department. He remained unconscious for another after 7 hours until finally coming to. Now he is home, but he has a concussion, and a broken nose and broken eyebrows.

Why did this happen?

There is no reason at all! It was just a weekend as usual, only with migrant gangs roaming around, beating and robbing defenseless young boys and girls.

Among the commenters, another woman writes that something similar happened to her son, writing: “One winter night a few years ago a couple of Somalis beat my son from behind so he went into the snow.”

Other commenters write that they are worried that things will happen to their kids.

Their fears are not baseless.

On Monday, a 16-year-old boy – for no reason at all – was punched by two foreign boys on a street in Hillerød. Apparently, the attackers didn’t like his way of walking, Danish news blog Den Korte Avis reports.

The same day, a 17-year-old girl was attacked by four foreign-looking boys in Helsingør. She was repeatedly punched in the face and was stomped. She was taken to hospital for serious injuries, Den Korte Avis reports.

Right-wing news blogs like Den Korte Avis is one of the only news sites in Danish media that writes about the increasingly common, brutal and racist attacks against Danes.

The author of the article says:

It is not the racism that the politically correct are talking about. For them, it is always immigrants who are the victims.

The author also says that these incidents are even more common in neighboring Sweden and that the reason that happens is because the young migrants see Danes/Swedes as “weak”.

Days ago, Voice of Europe reported on an ex-policeman in Sweden with an Afghan background, Mustafa Panshiri, who spoke about the recent robberies, beatings, and acts of humiliation carried out by migrant gangs against Swedes.

“This is escalating. If we don’t tackle it now, we will soon see ethnic Swedes start vigilance groups, attack the perpetrators and break their arms and beat their family members.”
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Danish prisons turn overwhelmingly Islamic; non-Muslim inmates abused and forced to participate in Islamic prayer

It’s not exactly breaking news that immigrants, particularly third world immigrants, are vastly overrepresented in Western Europe crime statistics. What hasn’t been seen, up until lately is that prisons that are filled primarily with Muslim inmates.

The Danish Prison Federation has now raised the alarm about such conditions plaguing Danish prisons.

In the last survey on the populations of Danish prisons in November 2018, 50.5 percent of the inmates were foreigners or immigrants of the first of the second generation. In Copenhagen prisons, this number was 66.3 percent, Rights Norway reports.

Without a doubt, this has affected daily life in prisons.

Muslim prisoners are using their numbers to take control of the food other inmates are allowed to eat, and they are forcing them to participate in Islamic prayer. Reports have also surfaced about Muslim inmates pouring boiling oil with sugar on Danish prisoners.

The Prison Federation leader, Bo Yde Sørensen, says to newspaper Berlingske that the development is alarming.

Since being elected leader of the Prison Federation in 2007, he has sounded the alarm. However, the problems, he says, are only getting worse.

Sørensen says that the Danish Service has been reluctant to speak about these happenings for years.

We see that Muslim inmates actually take control of what other inmates are allowed to eat, while also requiring inmates to participate in prayer. Brutal assaults on ethnic Danes are also common, according to Sørensen.

It is simply grotesque that this happens from “time to time”, Sørensen says.

The Prison Service – Kriminalomsorgsforbundet – will still not relate to the Prison Federation’s alarming stories, with the Prison Service leader John Hatting responding with the usual PC answers.

Hatting contends that that nine out of ten inmates are still what can be referred to as “Danes” because many of them have legal residence in Denmark, but are more “financially and socially vulnerable”.

However, Bo Yde Sørensen does not appreciate or agree with Hatting’s ideas.

Sørensen says most foreigners with deportation sentences in Danish prisons behave well, but that it is a different story with second-generation inmates, especially those with a background from the Middle East or North Africa.

A previous report from Norway shows that the Quran is the most popular book among inmates in Norwegian prisons.
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