Sweden gets slapped……again


There should also be a Swedish-Finnish war of words going on over Sweden’s funneling muslim settlers into their former colony but that’s just not just not happening. Yes, there was an initial diplomatic row, but it soon faded from the front pages.

“Every country has chosen its own course within the refugee area. They have chosen theirs and now they must deal with it as they’d wish,” Jensen told TV2 News.

“We know that there are some countries that are looking to Denmark and we know that Sweden has also looked to Denmark to find inspiration. That is probably the best help we can give them,” Jensen said.

Sweden and Denmark in refugee war of words

Sweden and Denmark in refugee war of words

Refugees wait at Malmö station in southern Sweden after crossing the border from Denmark. Photo: Ola Torkelsson/TT

Published: 06 Nov 2015 11:45 GMT+01:00

UPDATED: Sweden’s declaration that it can no longer guarantee refugees a roof over their heads has sparked a back-and-forth debate between Danish and Swedish ministers.

With Sweden struggling to provide enough beds for the record number of refugees crossing into the country, the country’s migration minister on Thursday urged asylum seekers travelling from Germany or Denmark that they would not be guaranteed a safe place to sleep.

“The urgent problem today is that the number of asylum seekers is increasing faster than the number of accommodation places. Sweden today can no longer guarantee accommodation places,” said Morgan Johansson at a press conference.

“Those coming to our borders may well be greeted by the news that we can not arrange accommodation. They may then decide to either arrange accommodation on their own or go back to Germany or Denmark,” he said.

Johansson’s comments did not go unnoticed in Denmark, where politicians have actively tried to keep the number of refugees down in contrast to Sweden’s more open policy.

Danish Integration Minister Inger Støjberg reacted on Thursday evening by calling Johansson’s comment “neither good nor appropriate”.

“Sweden put itself in the situation it is in by carrying out extremely gentle immigration policies in every way. It’s not a solution to start guiding refugees to other countries. One can hope that the Swedes are beginning to take a more realistic approach to the situation,” he told Jyllands-Posten.

Støjberg rejected the notion that Denmark had essentially fuelled the influx of refugees to Sweden by letting them travel unhindered on the way to Sweden, rather than authorities registering them as they are supposed to under the EU’s Dublin regulations.

“I know that Finland is receiving many asylum seekers who have travelled through Sweden. So the Swedish and the Danish way of registering asylum seekers are completely the same to my knowledge,” she said.

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But these are not rational people.

These are very hard core socialists trying to implement basic socialist principles that many socialist states are little by little rejecting/moving away from.

At the time Denmark became rich relative to the rest of the world, it was not a welfare state. In fact, Denmark has historically been a low tax country by international standards. Until the 1960s, the Danish tax revenue to GDP ratio was at the same level as the US, and lower than the British. The sharp divergence in the Danish tax level really occurred in the second half of the 1960s, when first a left-wing coalition government and then a right-wing one increased the tax-to-GDP ratio by some ten percentage points.

The Danish Model: Don’t try this at home

The Danish Model: Don't try this at home

“It can hardly be claimed that introducing the welfare state made Denmark rich; it was rather the other way around.” Photo:Javier Lastras/Flickr

Published: 05 Nov 2015 08:34 GMT+01:00

I am increasingly, both in Denmark and abroad, being met by the claim that Denmark somehow is proof that a gentler socialism is preferable to free market capitalism, promising more happiness, greater wealth or both. Recently, the Democratic contenders to become the presidential candidate of their party, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, were declaring their love for Denmark.

I came across the rising attraction of the model myself at the Greek Emergency Summit in Athens, earlier this year, and I gave a talk about it at the Students for Liberty conference in Sofia last month. My advice was: Don’t try this at home; at least not until you understand what the Danish Model is about.

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African welfare tourist in Denmark: “I thought it would take a few months and then I would get a house and a car.”

African welfare tourist in Denmark: “I thought it would take a few months and then I would get a house and a car.”


Translated from Uriasposten:

“In 2010, Nigerian Kingsley Okoro traveled with the help from smugglers through the Sahara and the refugee crossed the Mediterranean in a rubber dinghy in search of a better life in Europe.

… Five years later the dream of a better life in Denmark has still not come true – and now Kingsley Okoro has a new dream: to return to Nigeria and be reunited with his son. …

‘Life in Denmark has given me mixed feelings. Denmark itself is not the problem. People are very friendly. The problem is that I am not able to adapt to society,’ he says.

‘I did not know that it was so hard to get what one wants in Europe. I thought it would take a few months and then I would get a house and a car. But it takes time.’”


The Lefty whiner brigade tries to impose its ideological views again.

The park’s chief executive, Henrik Nielsen, said that although he respected that “people have different views”, no changes would be made to the rides.
“We won’t change the names of the two rides in Djurs Sommerland that have been there for more than 20 years and by no means aim to offend anyone,” he told AFP.
Two “Keep the Hottentot Carousel” groups on Facebook had jointly garnered more than 9,000 “likes” from users who said the attraction was not racist and accused the petitioners of being politically correct. Some of the comments were overtly racist.
Likewise, a counter-petition entitled “We support Djurs Sommerland the way it is” had collected over 16,000 signatures by Friday – or nearly 14 times as many as the original petition.

Danish theme park rejects racism charge

Danish theme park rejects racism charge

The “Hottentot Carousel” at Djurs Sommerland. Photo: Everyday Racism Project DK

Published: 26 Jun 2015 13:00 GMT+02:00

A Danish theme park has been accused of racism for its “Africa Land” section that includes attractions like “The Cannibal Pots” and “The Hottentot Carousel”, but said Friday it would make no changes.
Djurs Sommerland in central Denmark opened the area in 1993 and said that up until this week, when an anti-racism group launched a petition, it had received no criticism for its Africa-themed rides.
The “Hottentot Carousel” — which uses a derogatory name for the Khoikhoi ethnic group — rotates around an outsized black man with thick lips, earrings and a bone through his hair, who is armed with a spear and a brightly coloured shield.
“We strongly urge you to reconsider your themed area ‘Africa Land’ since it involves extremely dated and racist caricatures of African tribal people and stereotypes,” the Everyday Racism Project DK wrote in a petition that on Friday had been signed by over 1,200 people.
“Your ‘Cannibal Pot’ ride adds to an oversimplified image of Africans as uncivilised and primitive,” it added.




”The Local” stays true to form in calling patriot parties ”anti-immigrant” and places quotation marks around ”Danish values”, but let them, average people see through their agenda driven ”journalism” and are saying enough is enough. Just the other day Sweden Democrats’ were shown to have at least 20.1% of the popular vote, and the Finns party received record gains in the recent election. The shift in politics has been remarkable from ten years ago when we started the anti-Islamization movements.

Record gains for anti-immigrant DF

Record gains for anti-immigrant DF

DF leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl. Photo: Linda Kastrup/Scanpix

Published: 19 Jun 2015 09:43 GMT+02:00

Boosted by rising concerns over the cost of immigration to Denmark’s generous welfare state and a perceived erosion of “Danish values”, the Danish People’s Party (DF) secured 21.1 percent of the vote on Thursday, its highest score ever and up from 12.3 percent in the previous election.
See our full election night coverage here
“This election campaign has shown that we are a party that the others just can’t avoid. We are a party to be taken seriously here in this country,” party leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl told cheering supporters at a party event in the Danish parliament.
The Social Democrats, led by outgoing Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, was the largest single party with 26.3 percent of the vote while Venstre, previously the biggest right-wing party, won 19.5 percent.
Overall the right-wing bloc won 90 seats compared with 85 for the rival centre-left bloc.


This can only happen within a statist environment.

The lords and masters of identity politics and multiculturalism pick and choose who in society are to be favorited, then those who are no longer in, are victimized with no way for recourse because the ”state has spoken”.

NOTE: This is why the welfare state with its concentration of centralized power should be fought against every step of the way.


Denmark: 72-year-old lady homesless because state gives appartment to refugees

Denmark: 72-year-old lady homesless because state gives appartment to refugees

(Photo above: Lillian Lorentzen, 72 years old and homeless)

I have no doubt that the EU wants to use third world immigration as a tool to destroy national identity in order to make way for the non-existent “European identity” and thus increase acceptance of the anti-democratic, unelected kaisers and dukes in Brussels.

An elderly citizen is denied a home to give way to refugees imported from MENA (Middle East & North Africa) countries.

Translated from Uriasposten:

“Lillian Lorentzen’s home is a caravan. She is 72 years old and retiree. Since February, she has not have a home – and since the end of April, she has been on a waiting list for housing at Hilleroed Municipality. …

“I has worked my whole life as a nurse and raised five children. It can not be true that when you are old and suddenly have nothing to stay in, you are pushed back in line for state apartments, she tells TV2.”

More here H/T: Nicolai Sennels


Leftist politics lead to Balkanization and tribalism.

Four of ten refugees fail Danish language test

Four of ten refugees fail Danish language test

Asylum seekers at a center on Jesingø. Photo: Morten Stricker/Scanpix

Newly-released government figures show that a high number of asylum seekers fail to attend the country’s language courses and that attendance is worse among those who receive public benefits. READ


The anti-Islamization movement has in fact gained steam, this should be cause for more optimism on our part, and surge forward even more.

The rise and rise of the Danish People’s Party

Danish election 2015

The rise and rise of the Danish People’s Party

Kristian Thulesen Dahl. Photo: Henrik Kastenskov/Scanpic

Published: 03 Jun 2015 16:08 GMT+02:00

Most known for a tough stance on particularly Muslim immigration, the Danish People’s Party has managed to retain its current position as Denmark’s third-largest party ever since the November 2001 parliamentary elections (held in the wake of the September 11 attacks).

Recent opinion polls suggest that DF is likely to gain as much as 20 percent of the vote in the upcoming elections, snapping at the heels of the traditional giants of Danish politics, the Social Democrats and Venstre.

In a trend mirrored by many other European countries, the Danish populist right is rapidly winning over traditionally moderate voters from both sides of the political spectrum, as surveys have shown that the vast majority of DF’s new supporters voted for the Social Democrats and Venstre in the 2011 election.

More here.


Tough! Expect the same kind of response from Finland as well.

What the the EU should do, is give financial incentives for white Europeans to travel to these areas in N.Africa (and elsewhere), settle them (diversification), make their own enclaves of democracy, be given a free hand to take care of the jihadis in their own way and create modern societies in the process. No wait, that would be ”colonialist/imperialism”, but multiculturalism, which does the exact same thing but with devastating results, that’s to be applauded like a bunch of clapping seals.

Denmark’s ‘sad’ position in EU asylum plan

Denmark's 'sad' position in EU asylum plan

Migrants crowd the deck of their wooden boat off the coast of Libya on Thursday. Photo: REUTERS/MOAS/Jason Florio/Scanpix

Published: 15 May 2015 08:54 GMT+02:00

The European Commission’s plan to implement a quota system for a more balanced acceptance of refugees across the EU is being hotly debated across the continent. Countries like Sweden and Germany that take in a disproportionate number of refugees have endorsed the proposal, while the UK and others have signalled their strong resistance.

Denmark, due to its opt-out on EU Justice and Home Affairs, would not be included in the plan but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t being heavily debated here.

In an interview with Politiken published on Friday, Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard said it was “very sad” that Denmark’s opt-out will keep it out of the EU’s shared solution to the migrant crisis.

More here.


Report from our demonstration For Freedom

Reposted as requested by both Sennels and Vlad

Stå ved vores side d. 4. maj – For Frihed – Stand by our side the 4th of May – For Freedom Rally March in Copenhagen

This is an official release by the people at -For Freedom- in Denmark. Please come celebrate freedom from tyranny with them on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Denmark from the Nazis. Below, the official release in both English and Danish. Please feel free to mirror on your own sites to promote this event for all freedom loving people.

Rally “For Freedom” (“For Frihed”)

Stand by our side the 4th of May, 2015 – The 70th anniversary of the day of Denmarks liberation

Time: 18:00

Place: Axeltorv (outside the Palace Cinema, Copenhagen)

This is a demonstration for the preservation of our democracy, our freedom of expression and all the liberties, freedoms, rights and values which are the very foundation of our Western society.  Those values that are now under threat by Islam.

The Leftist group Revolutionary Anti Fascists are, however, again planning to, on Monday the 4th of May, attempt a blockade of our Monday demonstration “For Freedom”.  Last Monday the 27th of April we met fierce opposition from them as some of you might have read in the media. On their website, the group a few weeks back touted that they would, up until the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Denmark next Monday, systematically attempt to prevent us (who they call Islam hostile group) from being able to hold public rallies and by that date, to permanently shut down us (For Frihed – For Freedom) down.  In other words they will try to prevent a peaceful and legal demonstration which, incidentally, is a violation of the Danish Penal Code Section § 137. “He who attempts to prevent the holding of a lawful public gathering, is liable to punishment by fine or imprisonment of up to two years.”  In other words they are anti-democratic and want to silence us. More can be read on their fascist “anti-fascistic” website – modkraft.dk.

Therefore, we need as many as possible participants to demonstrate that freedom of expression, together with all good democratic values, ??are worth fighting for and that we cannot be subdued or cowed.  We will not be bullied.  This demonstration is not without its challenges, however, but we have very good support and protection by the police who show up in great numbers and who do a great job in taking care of us and who have clearly shown, duty notwithstanding, are obviously also on the side of democracy.

We hope that as many of you as possible will join us to mark this important evening – We, and Denmark, need your support, your strength and your courage.

Below in Danish:

Demonstration ”For Frihed” d. 4 maj, 2015

Stå sammen med os d. 4. maj på 70-års dagen for danmarks befrielse

Tid: 18:00

Sted: Axeltorv (udenfor Palads Biografen, København)

Dette er en demonstration for bevarelsen af vores demokrati, vores ytringsfrihed og alle de friheder, rettigheder og værdier som udgør selveste fundamentet i vores vestlige samfund.  Et samfund som nu er truet af Islam.

Venstrefløjsgruppen Revolutionære Antifascister planlægger dog atter, mandag d. 4 maj, at forsøge en blokade af vores mandag demonstration »For Frihed«.  Sidste mandag d. 27. april mødte vi voldsom modstand som nogle måske har læst i medierne.  På deres webside har gruppen fremturet at de vil, frem til 70-årsdagen for Danmarks befrielse næste mandag den 4. maj systematisk forsøge at hindre os (som de kalder den islamfjendske gruppe) fra at kunne holde møder i det offentlige rum og at helt lukke os ned. Altså at de vil prøve at forhindre en fredelig og lovlig demonstration hvilket i øvrigt er en overtrædelse af straffelovens paragraf  § 137. ”Den, som søger at forhindre afholdelsen af lovlig offentlig sammenkomst, straffes med bøde eller fængsel indtil 2 år”.  Mere behøves ikke siges – de er anti-demokratiske og vil at vi ties.  Mere kan læses på ”anti”-fascisternes webside – modkraft.dk.

Vi har derfor brug for så mange som mulig deltagere for at vise at frihed, ytringsfrihed og alle gode demokratiske værdier er værd at kæmpe for og at vi ikke kan kues.   Denne demonstration er ikke uden sine udfordringer men vi har rigtig god støtte og beskyttelse af politiet som gør det rigtig godt og som tydeligvis også er på vores, og demokratiets, side.

Vi håber at så mange som muligt vil være med denne vigtige aften – vi, og Danmark, har brug for jeres støtte, styrke og mod.


H/T: Vlad, who has a firsthand report from someone who was there, Liberty DK :

NOTE: PEGIDA Denmark is led by TT pal, Nicolai Sennels.


First person account of the attack on the For Freedom march in Copenhagen last night by violent fascist ‘antifascists’

As they used to say, ‘Tis to laugh’

This was written by a friend of ours for us who was at the For Freedom march in Denmark last night, April 27th.

Waiting for the evening’s event I sat at a cafe across from xxx where our Monday evening “For Freedom” marches start.

Earlier in the evening I had received a notice from a friend who would be unable to attend that there was a planned counter-demonstration by an extreme-left group called “The Revolutionary Antifascists” against the evening’s demonstration. I arrived at a café across from Axels Torv at 17:00, intending to eat dinner before the demonstration at 18:00 when I noticed that at that time police were already beginning to arrive and more were arriving all the time. Some were carrying riot gear.

That told me that the evening’s protest would likely not be very peaceful. And I was correct. At 18:00, when the demonstration began, there were about 200 counter-protesters and almost as many police officers in the area, plus 3-4 police vans. We stood in the middle of the square while the counter-protesters were on the periphery, shouting and trying to get by the police and get to us. The police did an admirable job holding them back.

There was contact here and there between the other group and us, though our actions were not violent, merely protective and defensive. We kept our cool as we usually do. There were, however, quite a few scuffles here and there, and the protesters were violent and belligerent. At one point a group of them grabbed our banner and tried to rip it out of the hands of the two guys holding it. There was a scuffle involving some of us, police, and the leftists, and we got our banner back.

I was standing with a sign when suddenly I was violently thrown to the ground by a counter-protester who had seen an opening in the police ranks and had propelled himself forward at a run wanting to grab my sign — which incidentally read “For Freedom, Against Racism and Violence”. Rather ironic.

More here



I’ll give you what tired looks like.

Danish cops overworked and undermanned

Danish cops overworked and undermanned

With more officers sent to patrol Copenhagen, police work elsewhere has been given a lesser priority. Photo: Simon Læssøe/Scanpix

Published: 27 Apr 2015 10:03 GMT+02:00

Since the February 14-15 shootings in Copenhagen, Danish police officers have been focusing so much on anti-terror measures that other police work is being overlooked and officers face burnout, according to a report from Berlingske.

Officers from other police districts were sent to Copenhagen in the wake of the attacks and law enforcement officials warn that it is “naive” to believe that this won’t have an effect elsewhere.

“If there should be a grain of truth to it, it’s a waste of the people’s tax resources. It is naive to expect that you can remove so many man-hours without it having a consequence for residents,” Kaj Rasmussen, the chairman of the officers’ union at the South Zealand and Lolland-Falster Police, told Berlingkse.

More here.


”When in Rome, do as the Romans do”

A real intelligent statement would include the fact that Islam is not like any other religion, that is at its basic core, a highly intolerant, anti-human, genocidal ideology that retards any society that it gains a grip on. The need to halt all immigration from Muslim countries, and repatriate the ones who reject our society, is now. That would have been a more intelligent statement.

Queen Margrethe wades in to immigration debate

Queen Margrethe wades in to immigration debate

The queen said immigrants need to know what they’re getting into when they come to Denmark. Photo: Henrik Rasmussen/Scanpix

Queen Margrethe also waded in to the hyper-charged discussion of immigration. 

Whereas the queen has previously urged her people to be welcoming and accepting of immigrants and refugees, she said in her new interview that it is important to “set requirements”.

“It is obvious that when a society accepts a lot of people from the outside, one must also set the requirement that they understand where they have come. We will make space [for them], but they have come to our society and they can therefore not expect that their old societal models can just be carried on in our country,” Queen Margrethe said.

“They can go to the mosque when they want – anything else would be unreasonable – but when they begin to do things that aren’t consistent with the overarching patterns of Danish society, they must realize that that will not do,” she added.

The queen said that newcomers need to accept Denmark the way it is, terrible weather and all.

“That November begins at the end of October and lasts until the end of March isn’t fun to experience when you come from a dry and warm climate. One can become sad from all of that greyness. But that is a premise of living here,” she said.

More here.


1.5 million victims of the Armenian genocide committed by the Turks, couldn’t care less about Turkey being angered.

Turkey angered by Copenhagen sculpture

Turkey angered by Copenhagen sculpture

Artists’ illustration of how the sculpture will look when placed in Kultorvet. Photo: Invivia/Folkedrab100
Published: 15 Apr 2015 10:23 GMT+02:00

A sculpture that will be placed in the heart of Copenhagen in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide threatens to further derail the already-strained relations between Denmark and Turkey.

The nine-metre high sculpture, entitled ‘The Draem’ (Danish Remembrance Armenian Empathy Messenger), is to be placed in the square Kultorvet for ten days in May to mark 100 years since upwards of 1.5 million Armenians were killed by the Ottoman regime.

The plans have elicited a protest from the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen.

“We are disappointed that a sculpture that describes the actions of 1915 as a ‘genocide’ will be displayed in one of Copenhagen’s large squares,” the embassy wrote in an email to Politiken, adding that the sculpture is “morally indefensible”.

More here.


Jews in Denmark are being singled out for extra attention, with the incident in Helsinki being the latest manifestation.

Jewish store vandalized in Copenhagen

Jewish store vandalized in Copenhagen

A Jewish store in Østerbro in Copenhagen was vandalized in the early hours of Thursday morning. Photo: Nils Meilvang/Scanpix

Published: 09 Apr 2015 12:00 GMT+02:00

A police patrol discovered the damage at the Jewish delicatessen and kosher store at Lyngbyvej in Østerbro at 3.30am on Thursday,according to the Berlingske Tidende (BT) newspaper.

One of the shop’s windows was partly broken and the word “Jødesvin” (Jewish pigs) was scrawled on a wall, BT reports.

After the Copenhagen shootings on February 14th, Danish police have kept a close eye on Jewish institutions and stores, including the delicatessen on Jagtvej.

“All vandalism is serious, but it is obvious that when it comes to this particular location, there will be an extra focus on it,”  police investigator Kenneth Jensen told Berlingske.

More here.



Copenhagen: 84 percent of suspected criminals are “foreigners”

Copenhagen: 84 percent of suspected criminals are “foreigners”
Copenhagen: 84 percent of accussed for crimes with a minimum penalty of 1.5 years have “immigrant” back ground.

Translated from EB:

“The number of sexual offenses, violent crimes and drug crimes have indeed increased nationwide. These serious forms of crime are committed in to a very high degree by foreigners who have immigrated to Denmark. New figures show that 84% of those being presented in Copenhagen court with demand of detention, are originating from abroad. Only approximately 10 percent of them have Danish citizenship.

Detention of an accused can generally only take place when there is reasonable suspicion that the accused has committed an offense with a minimum penalty of at least 1.5 years. In other words: Those who are demanded to go in detention are accused of a serious crime.”



That is the party I would be supporting is I was a Dane.


DF proposes exit program for Muslims fleeing from Islam

Well-known concept from biker and gang environment can help Muslims who want to leave Islam, says DF.

According to the Danish People's Party Martin Henriksen is a community problem that Muslims do not dare leave their faith. - Photo: CECILE SMETANA (archive)

Politken.dk: Society must step in if Muslims want to leave Islam, but encounter obstacles in the form of threats and reprisals.

The solution is a so-called exit program, which today is known from biker and gang environment.

That is a proposal from the Danish People’s integration spokesman Martin Henriksen, who have inquired Social Affairs Manu Sareen (R) about the possibility of putting exit the program. According Henriksen is a community problem that Muslims do not dare leave their faith. It should be done about this.

“We see unfortunately a number of examples that anyone would like to leave Islam, but they find it difficult to do it or do not dare because they fear reprisals from certain groups in the Muslim communities in Denmark. This is a way to begin to do something about it, “says Martin Henriksen.

“You have to make the decision ‘

According to Martin Henriksen such an initiative may well start in private. But otherwise the government to step in. Though not in a proactive role.

“People should of course not directly offer an exit. You have to make the decision. And if you decide that you will not be more, there must be a place where you can turn for support and encouragement. One such place could also explain the parents and the community, that it’s okay that you now want something different. There have been some examples of someone living a double life because they do not dare leave the religion and meetings threatening behavior from others not just accept that they have done it, “says Martin Henriksen.

“You can stick your head in the sand, or you can do something about it ‘.

H/T: Snaphanen via twitter