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Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:02 pm
by pr126
Those must have been the Moderate Muslims TM

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:25 pm
by Ariel
pr126 wrote:Those must have been the Moderate Muslims TM


It would not surprise me. ;)

Another picture of the funeral of Abdel Hamid El-Hussein. I do not understand why they have not cremated this man. I know that is not allowed for Muslims, but when you are a jihadi criminal, you lose the right for a normal funeral.

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Salafist Adnan Avdic pose next to the unmarked grave of Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, the Copenhagen terrorist gunman, at the Muslim cemetery in Broendby, south of Copenhagen, Denmark, 20 February 2015.

Sickening...Allah Ackbar, and not a woman in sight. But I am sure this has nothing to do with Islam. :whistling:

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2015 1:59 pm
by Ariel
Reports that Omar El-Hussein was radicalized in prison have Danish officials worried about a larger pattern that turns criminals into extremists.

Danish jails feared to be hotbed of radicalism

Something happened in prison to Omar El-Hussein, the 22-year-old identified by police as the gunman who killed two people in a weekend shooting spree in Copenhagen.

His transformation from small-time criminal to cold-blooded killer is fuelling a debate about whether a radicalized environment in Danish prisons is pushing smalltime gangsters into the arms of Islamic extremism.

"He was crazy. When he came out of prison he was totally nuts," said a taxi driver from the Mjølnerparken housing estate where El-Hussein lived and played as a child.

Copenhagen's longstanding problem with criminal gangs means the authorities are now concerned that El-Hussein's journey from joining a gang in the immigrant community where he grew up, via prison into extremism could mirror a wider trend.

Having been sentenced to two years in prison for a stabbing, El-Hussein displayed a newfound interest in religion after being released just a fortnight before the attacks that targeted a synagogue and a cultural centre hosting a debate on free speech and Islam.

"The things he talked about completely flew over the boys' heads," a source who knew him since his childhood days told Berlingske.

Emerging from jail, he was no longer talking about "cars and girls", the paper quoted sources as saying, but about "ending up in paradise".

Widespread radicalisation
El-Hussein served his time in the same facility as Sam Mansour, a Muslim radical convicted twice in the last seven years for inciting terrorism.

Prison services flagged El-Hussein up as being at risk of radicalisation, but Danish intelligence agency PET said it had "no reason" to believe he was planning attacks.

The head of a prison workers' union, Kim Østerbye, told AFP that radicalisation was "widespread" among inmates and that it wasn't unusual to hear them cheer the deadly attacks on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket last month.

Danish inmates could be heard shouting about Jyllands-Posten, Østerbye said, referring to the Danish newspaper that triggered violent protests in the Muslim world with its 2005 publication of caricatures lampooning the prophet Muhammad.

"It could be about someone wanting to do something to this or that Muhammad critic. It's outbursts of rage, it's cries of anger," he said.

The leader of another prison workers' union, John Hatting, called for inmates with Islamist views to be separated from "vulnerable" youths from immigrant backgrounds.

"We'll have to move them away from where they can influence others... so that they are only around [non-Muslim] Danes," he told AFP.

Many in prison were looking for direction and meaning in their lives, making them easy prey for extremists, he said.

A former inmate told public broadcaster DR that Muslim extremists had tried to turn him against ethnic Danes and Jews.

"It's brainwashing. They try to get close and become friends with you," said the young man, who asked to remain anonymous.

Justice Minister Mette Frederiksen has said she is open to the idea of separating "influential" extremists from inmates at risk of becoming radicalized.

"I pay a lot of attention when staff who walk around inside the prisons say it could be part of the solution. They have their fingers on the pulse," she told DR.

Two of the Paris gunmen, Amedy Coulibaly and Cherif Kouachi, are believed to have turned to radical Islam in the prison where they met.

Mohamed Merah, the Al-Qaeda militant who shot dead seven people in a series of 2012 attacks in France, and Mehdi Nemmouche, last year's Brussels Jewish museum killer, are also believed to have been radicalized in jail.

Gang wars
The number of inmates displaying radicalized behaviour in Danish jails has spiked in recent years because of efforts to combat gang-related crime, usually in neighbourhoods with a large number of immigrants, Østerbye said.

Before he was put behind bars, El-Hussein had been linked to the Brothas gang from the low-income estate where he grew up.

"These youths are flying in and out of jail," Østerbye said.

Controversial stop-and-search zones have been used to target the problem, but as recently as 2013 gun and knife violence flared up again.

Denmark's Centre for Terror Analysis said last year that "several people from the criminal environment, including gangs, are joining the Islamist environment, which sympathises with militant Islam".

Per capita, Denmark is the second largest European source after Belgium of jihadist fighters going to the Middle East. However, Louise Aagaard Larsen, who helps train staff at the Danish Prison and Probation Service, said prisons were only a small part of the problem.

Of El-Hussein, she said the trauma of being in prison could have "pushed him over the edge", but that jail time alone was not enough to turn criminals into extremists.

"There may be individual gang members who are religious but I don't think there are any gangs where religion is the goal," she said. "I'm more concerned about becoming the target of gang-related crime in one way or another in prisons because that we have seen to a high degree."

She said there had been cases of Danish youths travelling to Syria and joining a criminal gang after returning.

"The question about these young men is whether it's about Islam or the hash market or something as basic as a having a sense of belonging somewhere."

The Local

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:47 pm
by Ariel
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Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:48 pm
by Ariel
Muslims in Denmark forms secret vigilante groups...."Replacing" the police with Muslim vigilante gangs is probably the most scary thought imaginable, and hopefully the police will take action against this stupid and dangerous idea.

BTW. I never hear that Muslim women are assaulted by Danish men. It is the other way around. Danish girls have to be careful when they are out in the evening.

Muslim women who feel threatened after the weekend's terror, now have a secret hotline to vigilante groups made by Muslim men.

After last weekend's acts of terrorism in Copenhagen, many Muslim women have reported unprovoked assaults on social media.

But instead of calling the police, they can now call a group of Muslim men, who will be an alternative to Danish police, the Danish online newspaper Metroxpress reports.

The spokesman for the group in Copenhagen, calling themselves 'Protect your sisters', tells Metroxpress that there are hundreds of men who are ready for action if a woman is assaulted.

- We are not a gang of thugs. We are peaceful Muslims who do not wish anyone any harm, regardless of what they believe. If the police can not figure out how to do their job, then we must help them, he says.

The group has 1,545 members at the moment.

If the offender is still in place when the group arrives, they will make a citizen's arrest, the spokesman said:

- If she is being physically assaulted, he will be assaulted too, then there will be made a citizen's arrest and called for the police.

The group was created after the terrorist attacks in Paris in early January, and according to the spokesman, there are similar groups across the country.

- There have been countless examples of hate crimes against Muslims, and it was intensified after what happened in France. We're talking about innocent, defenseless women who did not do anything to anyone, says the group's spokesman, who claims to have knowledge of ten assaults since last weekend.

http://speisa.com/modules/articles/inde ... roups.html

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 2:41 pm
by Ariel
The anti-immigration Danish People’s Party has called for a national programme that would help Muslims leave Islam. I think this is not a bad idea.


Danish People's Party (DF) spokesman Martin Henriksen wants to see the Danish state step in and offer help to Muslims who want to leave the religion but feel bullied into staying.

“We unfortunately have seen many examples of someone wanting to leave Islam but having a hard time doing it or not daring to do it because they fear reprisals from certain groups within the Muslim communities of Denmark. This is a way in which we can begin doing something about it,” Henriksen told Politiken.H

Henriksen stressed that the programme would not be proactive but would rather only help those who reached out for assistance.

“People shouldn’t directly be offered an exit. One should make the decision oneself. And if one decides that they no longer want to be there, there should be a place to go to get support and back-up,” he told Politiken.

Henriksen added that the programme would help those who “live a double life because they don’t dare to leave the religion”.

Scorn is not illegal
There are around 250,000 Muslims in Denmark and religious scholar Mogens Mogensen said that Henriksen is right that some Muslims face heavy resistance when they want to leave the faith.

But he stressed that the state should not get involved.

"If the consequences for those who want to leave Islam are within the law, then this is not an area where society should get involved. Scorn, mockery and ridicule is legal in our society. However, if one uses violence against someone who wants to leave Islam, that is illegal. But the only place where we can document that that happens is in the asylum centres," Mogensen told Politiken.

"Grotesque" and "un-Danish"
Judging by the political reactions to Henriksen’s suggestions, an Islam exit programme seems unlikely to see the light of day anytime soon.

Representatives from government coalition parties Social Democrats and Social Liberals (Radikale) called Henriksen’s idea “grotesque” and “un-Danish”.

“We have freedom of religion in this country. And that means that politicians should not declare one religion better or worse than another. To make special initiatives aimed at particular religions is very un-Danish,” Social Democrats spokeswoman Trine Bramsen told Politiken.

Primary opposition party Venstre, however, was more open to the idea – if Henriksen can “find some money for it”.

“We should help the young people who are repressively forced to remain in an environment they don’t want to be a part of. It is precisely in these kinds of situations that the power of the state can go in and help,” Venstre spokesman Martin Geertsen told Politiken.

http://www.thelocal.dk/20150317/danish- ... -programme

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:18 pm
by manfred
An Interesting comment by Margarethe II, the Queen of Denmark:
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We need a counter-balance to Islam, says Danish queen

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has said her country needs to find a "counter-balance" to Islamic fundamentalism, regardless of the opprobium such a stance provokes abroad.

The Danish government has already been accused of fuelling xenophobia by introducing measures which effectively closed the country to asylum-seekers.

But in overtly political passages from an official biography published yesterday Queen Margrethe makes comments certain to complicate her nation's relationship with Muslims.

She said: "We are being challenged by Islam these years. Globally as well as locally. There is something impressive about people for whom religion imbues their existence, from dusk to dawn, from cradle to grave. There are also Christians who feel this way.

"There is something endearing about people who give themselves up completely to their faith. But there is likewise something frightening about such a totality, which also is a feature of Islam.

"A counterbalance has to be found, and one has to, at times, run the risk of having unflattering labels placed on you. For there are some things for which one should display no tolerance. And when we are tolerant, we must know whether it is because of convenience or conviction."

The Queen, who turned 75 on the 16th April 2015 and has reigned since 1972, wields no political power but does occasionally comment on political issues.

Denmark has seriously limited immigration in the past three years and the anti-immigrant Danish People's Party, an ally of the centre-Right government, has pushed through laws making it harder to bring in foreign spouses or qualify for asylum.

The queen told her biographer, Annelise Bistrup, that she understood how disaffected young Muslims might find refuge in religion. This tendency should be fought by encouraging Muslims to learn Danish so they could integrate better, she said.

"We should not be content with living next to each other. We should rather live together."


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... queen.html

She is saying out loud what under the previous government would have been drawn a lot of criticism Denmark. However, her analysis is still not yet complete, as she is still assuming that "integration" is the cure.

I always thought behind that serenely beautiful face is also a good brain, after all she really is a most impressive writer, painter and book illustrator, not your average "royal". In time she will see that there is rather more to it that helping people to learn Danish, and that Islam is not like other religions...

Remember yos/Ghaith ? He was from Norway and spoke the language fluently .. and little did it help him. Despite of all he had been given in Norway, he hated the place with a vengeance. He has not been around for a while, and there is a good chance he is in Syria now, let's hope not and he found some common sense.

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:26 am
by Ariel

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Tue Apr 28, 2015 2:03 pm
by Ariel
Danish Elderly Threatened with Beheadings


Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2015 9:21 pm
by Ariel
Danes about life in Muslim ghetto: “One is spat upon, thrown stones at or beaten”

Our leaders and media talk about helping the Muslims in the Middle East and Africa, the Muslims in the Mediteranian and the Muslims in Europe. But nobody talks about helping the non-Muslims living in Muslim dominated areas in our own countries.

“Aarhus (2nd biggest city in Denmark) has a master plan for changing the ghetto. The price for the plan is several billion kroner. It aims to transform the city’s major ghetto Gellerupparken into an attractive town which the Danes will like to live in.

Gellerupparken has for decades been notorious as a lawless area where gang crime and disorderly conduct with vandalism and arson are wide spread.

Gellerupparken is also increasingly being populated by devout Muslims who work to shape the region toward a parallel society where norms and social behavior is increasingly shaped by Islamic law, Sharia.

Just 10 years ago there were hardly any women wearing headscarves and long, concealing clothes. Today it is almost the rule, also for underage girls.

In the ghetto lies also the mosque Grimhøjvej (the mosque in Denmark that has sent the most jihadis to Syria). According to the mosque itself it is to the mosque which attracts the largest number of children and young people from the local area.

TV2 East Jutland (major Danish news channel) have visited a couple of Danes who lived in Gellerup right from the start.

Allan Fisker, who today are retired, moved in in the mid-seventies.

“Some things are good and some things can be bad. One is spat upon, thrown stones at or beaten,” says Allan Fisker, adding that he also experiencing very positive. Allan Fisker does not tell what the positive is about.

Inga Sorensen moved into Gellerup in 1969 and the children have gone to the local school. Today she does not trust that the politicians’ big plans will change the negative trend in Gellerup.

She says that the area began to change in the middle of the seventies, when many foreigners moved in, preferably Turkish families.

According to Inga Sorensen they were like everyone else. The children play with each other and so on. There were never any problems.

But in the early nineties it dawned on Inga Sorensen that the district really had changed.

“I was sitting on the balcony and thought ‘My God, where are you living? Not a single one of the kids are talking Danish’. ‘I have also experienced being on the bus, when it was only me who was Danish. I think it’s a little disheartening, even for them because they do not learn the language when they do not socialize with Danes,’ says Inga Sorensen.

Inga Sorensen says the area’s reputation is destroyed.

‘I do not know a Dane who wants to move here, I do not, do you?” She asks tje journalist from TV2.”

http://10news.dk/?p=1233

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 1:29 pm
by Ariel
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( deep sigh) “Middel Eastern” looking man tears down flags on Liberation Day Denmark, and threatens guard with death.

“Police is searching for man who last night threatened a guard in Sønderborg …

…the man was in an aggresive state and walked around at the bridge and tried to remove the Danish flag that was hoisted on the occasion of Liberation Day.
As the guard asked the man to leave, the man threatened him with the words “I will kill you” (in English). …

The man is described as 25-30 years, approximately 175 cm high, middle eastern appearance, black hair…

source


In Holland we had similar problems. Moroccan boys who tried to disturb our Remembrance Day by shouting when we had the two-minutes silence moment. They shouted...You will be next, and we are going to kill you.

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 8:28 pm
by Ariel
A Danish bus company stopped boycott ads on Israeli settlements. Of course that gave angry Muslims.
"It's a clear attempt to deny us our freedom of speech," Fathi El-Abed, chairman of the Danish Palestinian Friendship Association, told AFP after bus operator Movia last week pulled the campaign. "There is nothing whatsoever about this campaign that is harmful, discriminatory or hateful in any way," he added.


The advertisements on 35 buses in the Copenhagen area pictured two women beside the quote: "Our conscience is clean! We neither buy products from the Israeli settlements nor invest in the settlement industry."

Anyway...What more can you do if the bus company won't listen to you. Then there is only one way left . You burn down a couple of their buses.

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At least one of the buses had anti-Israel graffiti


Copenhagen bus fire may be tied to Israel ads

Four public buses were burned in the early morning hours of Friday in what may have been a reaction to a controversy surrounding an advertising campaing urging people to boycott products from Israeli settlements.

Copenhagen Police suspect that there is a political motive behind the burning of four Copenhagen city buses early on Friday.
“In paint was written ‘Boycott Israel - Free Gaza’ on at least one of the buses,” police spokesman Las Vestervig told tabloid BT.

No one was injured in the fire, which was set in the bus company Arriva’s parking garage in the Copenhagen district of Østerbro.

The fire came amidst a controversy over the bus company Movia's decision to remove advertisements from 35 buses in the capital region that urged people to boycott products from Israeli settlements .

The ads pictured two women beside the quote: "Our conscience is clean! We neither buy products from the Israeli settlements nor invest in the settlement industry."

The ads were dropped by Movia within just four days after the company "received a significant number of inquiries regarding the Danish Palestinian Friendship Association's campaign against Israeli settlements,” Movia told AFP.

It has since been revealed that the majority of complaints about the advertisements were written in English, leading many to conclude that it was the organized work of a foreign lobby campaign.

The Danish Palestinian Friendship Association told AFP that the removal of the ads was “a clear attempt to deny us our freedom of speech”.

"There is nothing whatsoever about this campaign that is harmful, discriminatory or hateful in any way," Fathi El-Abed added.

As of early Friday, police had not made any arrests but where working on the assumption that the fire was set deliberately.

"Parked buses don't catch fire on their own too often. Therefore we have reason to assume that the fires were set," police spokesman Kristian Aaskov told Politiken.
more here

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2015 3:13 pm
by Ariel
Danish police attacked with Molotov cocktail

Officers were assaulted on Tuesday night by young men throwing rocks and a firebomb, Funen Police reported.

A police car patrolling through the troubled Odense suburb of Vollsmose was attacked last night when four young men began throwing rocks at the vehicle, Hans Frederiksen from Funen Police told BT.

A Molotov cocktail followed soon after, which forced the patrol car to withdraw to safety.

“We responded by sending additional police out to the area, who rallied at a nearby station. While they were gathered there, a car arrived with some familiar youths from [the area], ( read muslims) who began to exhibit an entirely inappropriate behaviour towards the officers,” Frederiksen said.

The police managed to intercept the vehicle and apprehend the four men. “They will be charged for something – if nothing else, then for causing unrest, meaning they will get a fine and be released again soon after,” said Frederiksen.

The Vollsmose suburb is known in Denmark for its high crime and unemployment rates, as well as a large proportion of people of foreign descent ( read muslims) living in the area. Its local youths are often involved in altercations with the police.

http://www.thelocal.dk/20150610/danish- ... tail-rocks

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2015 1:08 pm
by Ariel
For one or other reasons refugees think that as soon as they have entered a European country, they expect a place to live, and a family reunification. But lots of Danes are getting fed up with all the refugees . They don't want any more refugees.

Syrian refugees resort to hunger strikes

Syrian refugee Omar Martini had been staging a hunger strike outside of the Danish Immigration Service (Udlændingestyrelsen - DIS) office for nine days when The Local met him on Thursday afternoon. The 35-year-old was protesting the fact that seven months after he had applied for family reunification to bring his wife and two boys, aged five and eight, to Denmark, he had not heard a response.

But on Thursday morning, Martini received the answer he had been waiting for.

“I received my permit for my wife and kids to come here. They came out this morning and handed me my papers. I think what I did here paid off,” he told The Local.

“I called my wife about an hour ago and she is still is still crying,” he said.

Martini said he came to Denmark via a dangerous journey through Libya and by sea to Europe before being brought to Denmark by a smuggler. He chose Denmark because he had heard that the people were open and tolerant and that family reunification cases are processed quickly.

He soon discovered however that the information he had read was “outdated” and that although most of the Danes he has met have been very kind and generous, he has followed the political debate closely since arriving and has concluded that Denmark simply does not want his kind here.

“If I knew that we weren’t welcome, I wouldn’t have come. I would have either found another place that was more welcoming or just stayed at home and waited for a barrel bomb to drop on me,” he said.

Despite the long struggle to get reunited with his family, Martini said that when they join him in about a month’s time, he is ready to move forward.

“I just have to start my life. Get a job and learn the language. I do have hopes and I think that I will do well in this country,” he said.

One of them is 35-year-old Hazar Kodmani, who began a hunger strike outside of the Danish Immigration Service on Wednesday. She has been waiting to bring her husband and two children, 13 and 15, from Syria to Denmark for seven months.

“They just tell me I have to wait. Now I plan to stay here until I get an answer,” she told The Local through an interpreter.

Kodmani said she has had health problems that led to her being hospitalized last week, making her hunger strike particularly dangerous.
But while Martini will head back to his apartment on the island of Funen knowing that his wife and boys will be with him in a matter of weeks, many other Syrian refugees continue to wait to see their family members again.

Interpreting for her was 29-year-old Tariq Dawara, who came to DIS on Thursday to begin his own hunger strike.

“I have been waiting eleven months to bring my wife. She is on the border between Syrian and Turkey. It is a dangerous area there and she is all alone,” he told The Local.

Dawara came to Denmark 13 months ago. Like Martini, he had heard that family reunification cases are processed quickly in Denmark. He was supposed to have received an answer on his wife’s case a month ago but has heard nothing.

“Now I’m going to sleep here until I have a positive answer or if after 15-20 days I have no answer, I will probably leave Denmark and go back to Syria. I came here to live in safety with my wife and if my wife doesn’t come here, then what am I doing? I have nothing here,” he said.

Dawara said he was brought to Denmark from Libya via a human smuggler and almost died while at sea. He left his wife behind because he knew the journey would be dangerous. His plan was to bring her to the country through safer channels.

“It’s very disappointing to wait all this time and every time I call they just say I have to wait more. I can't study or work when all I do is think about my wife and worry if she is safe,” Dawara said.

Dawara said he has been helped by Danes since he arrived, quickly found an internship and can now speak some basic Danish. “The only problem has been here,” he told The Local, pointing to the DIS building.

“I am very happy for Omar and I hope the same will happen for us,” he said.

The kindness of neighbours
The Local contacted DIS to ask about the timing of Martini’s family reunification approval, coming as it did just as his story began making the rounds in the national press. A spokesman told us that he could not comment on individual cases but that the majority of family reunification claims are processed within the stated five month period.

Because Denmark has seen a massive increase in asylum seekers – a total of 14,815 people sought asylum in 2014 and more than half of those were Syrians – DIS has hired extra staff to deal with the load.

While caseworkers continue to whittle down the mountain of cases, Hazar and Dawara plan to stage their hunger strike until their names come up.

http://www.thelocal.dk/20150611/syrian- ... in-denmark

Thanks to the decision in Martini’s case, they will have at least a small measure of comfort as they sleep on the hard ground on Ryesgade.

“I came here with just a backpack but thanks to the people in the neighbourhood, I now have a chair, an umbrella and a sleeping bag. Yesterday, someone from the neighbourhood even brought me a doctor,” Martini told us in between receiving congratulations from well-wishers.


Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2015 1:51 pm
by Ariel
Denmark to reduce asylum benefits

The government intends to pass legislation on Friday that will entail significant cuts to benefits received by asylum seekers later this year.

During the recent election, Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen frequently noted that he intended to introduce changes that would help reduce the number of refugees coming to Denmark.

“We want to get a grip on the immigration policy so that the influx of asylum seekers and people coming here through family reunification is brought under control,” the PM told journalists at a press conference in June.

The integration benefit will be lowered to the level of Danish student grants, meaning that a single adult with no children will receive 5,945 kroner per month before tax, compared to the current 10,849 kroner unemployment benefit – a 45 percent cut.


No wonder asylum seekers love Europe. 10,849 kroner is around 1400 euro. Now they will get 800 euro . Still not bad for one single adult.

Denmark’s new foreign minister, Kristian Jensen, was in Berlin on Tuesday to tell his German colleagues that border controls are coming.

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2015 7:43 pm
by Fernando
The old rate was around US$18,600 per year or about UK£12,000. Thats about the average income of Russia. By contrast, the average annual income in Pakistan is about $460, Syria $300, Afghanistan $426 - all far, far below the new (tax free, no doubt) rate. (data from a quick Google, various sources). I guess that's what they call a "pull factor" and shows that the potential flow of immigrants is almost infinite and that any provision for them is so tiny as to have negligible effect on the underlying problem but there is unlimited capacity for disruption in Europe.

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:22 am
by Ibn Rushd
1400 euro is about $2500 Canadian. That's more than 95% make in the country. That's filthy stinkin' rich.

Even 800 euro is still about $1500. I make $320/month right now, which amounts to about $3000/yr. Trying to find another job. Maybe I should go to Denmark?

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2015 3:12 pm
by Ariel
Ibn Rushd wrote:1400 euro is about $2500 Canadian. That's more than 95% make in the country. That's filthy stinkin' rich.



Things are changing in Denmark Ibn Rushd. Additional measures may be in store if cutting benefits to asylum seekers and foreigners does not lead to fewer refugees coming to Denmark, Integration Minister Inger Støjberg said.

people in Denmark are happy

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 10:10 am
by Ariel
This article come after a series of similar reports from Danish ghettos (see below). When shopping food is no longer possible in certain areas of a country because of security reasons this is a serious hit against the country's infra-structure – at least for Western standards. This means that e.g. elderly people are forced to walk much further in order to get food, often through unsafe routes (see below).

Related articles:

Life in the Muslim ghetto: Super market staff gets death threats, shops close down due to “security”

“Theft, vandalism and harassment. It has become commonplace for employees and customers in a variety of grocery stores around the country who have had to restrict opening hours, hire guards, set up security doors and in one case, shut down completely.

The Netto super market in Bispehaven in Aarhus, from Monday June 29 closes, as enormously amounts of theft means that business is no longer profitable. The Netto chain has also reduced opening hours in four other stores in the Copenhagen suburbs, so the shops close at 20 instead of 22 …

Older woman, Bispehaven: I think it’s really tiresome. I have lived here for 48 years, and then this good store closes. I barely dare walk along Ryhavevej. So I found some alternative routes that I take instead.”

Karin Hindkjær, Communications COOP: We experience the same problems as the Netto chain. Some places, fortunately relatively few, we have some pretty hefty visitors in our stores that threaten our employees. They are violent, and they are a bit too progressive in their approach to how to shop. … It is youths … who are very threatening to our staff, and it also means that we do not want to let them get on TV and talk about how terrible it can have to go to work. … We will not keep open at all costs …

TV2 reporter: What are the young people do, which is so hard for your employees giving you problems?

Karin Hindkjær: Yes, normally our staff can say to people that it’s not okay to steal, or that it’s not okay to just take things and go out again, but here we are experiencing threats, sometimes even death threats…”

Re: News from Denmark.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2015 11:11 am
by pr126
Steeling from the unbelievers is halal.
Danish people need to read the Quran. Chapter 8 in particular. Spoils of war.
Allah and Muhammad is not there, so the 20% is theirs as well.