Wednesday, 21 August 2013
A first-hand account of life in a typical Danish Muslim ghetto:
"On Sunday night, a group of about 20 boys and young men with immigrant background attacked the police and a police car and with stones in Elsinore's largest residential areas, Vapnagård. Clashes with the police, arson attacks, mass brawls, smearing of people on the street, illegal use of firecrackers, stones thrown through the windows of houses and several other incidents throughout the past weekend is the culmination of growing unrest, vandalism and insecurity, which for some time has influenced the lives of approx. 4,000 residents in Vapnagård. "...

Community leader Per Olsen appeals strongly to North Zealand Police to strengthen their efforts in the residential area.

The experience of several residents, according to both Per Olsen and several residents, is specifically that the police repeatedly have not had the resources to act against the numerous episodes of violent riots in the area. The newspaper has spoken with several residents but common to them all is that they want to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals. ...

'- I can not say anything other than that the police presence here has been lacking. When residents call the police the message is very often that the police do not have the resources come.' .. says Per Olsen. ...

Per Olsen hos no explanation of why the otherwise relatively quiet Vapnagård with its tradition of resident democracy, many associations and entertaining offers for residents, suddenly got a small army of rioters. ...

'- Why do they react this way? I have trouble understanding it. We do not bother them. And we have no direct conflicts. I am amazed about their craving for destruction and for making others afraid of them. What is it that makes them behave like this? ...

- This shows how quickly things can take a turn for the worse. And it is to my great horror. The young people laugh at the police when they arrive and the youth manage to escape from the police again and again. They set fire to mopeds or containers and stand with their mobiles and when the police arrive the youths are have disappeared.

- I am looking for an explanation for this behavior. I wonder if all what is happening now in Egypt and some neighboring countries, are also affecting the people here, more than we might think."
Source: Uriasposten.net 

4 comments:

Papa Grande said...

First it was creeping sharia, but now we have to start call it Jihad.

Anonymous said...

And yet Leftists continue turning a blind eye...

Anonymous said...

For that area, can you not fight fire with fire?Recruit unemployed Far Right members to join the police. Stop pussy footing around.

Anonymous said...

The events depicted in your article do not surprise me; not in the least!. This is the way Muslims are conducting business. Their work methods are always the same. They come in as ‘poor underdogs who need acute help and lot of pity’. When they built a majority of ‘poor suffering refugees’ they start to claim the area and bully the local population. They do not need any excuse for starting to harass, Clash with the police, arson attacks, mass brawls, smearing of people on the street, illegal use of firecrackers, stones thrown through the windows of houses etc. Their birthright as Űbermenschen is enough to give them free way. It does not matter if they are living in Gaza, Lebanon, the Banlieus of Paris or the Danish Vapnagård.

Poor Per Olsen ‘has no explanation of why the otherwise relatively quiet Vapnagård with its tradition of resident democracy, many associations and entertaining offers for residents, suddenly got a small army of rioters. ..’. How can we expect a Dane to have experience with a Middle Eastern desert mentality? The different between Middle Eastern people and Scandinavians is unabridged and based on wholly different values.
The best advice the North Zealand (and other Danish) police have in dealing with ‘youths and young men of foreign background’ is the way the PM of Israel Yitzhak Rabin had dealt with the Palestinians in the ‘First Intifada’ (revolt). He told the soldiers and reservists: please try not to kill them …but do your best to break their bones.

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