Lolland shows a Danish version of Buckwild

In culture on August 20, 2016 at 05:16

Of course the mayor of Nakskov is not happy about the Danish documentary “På røven i Nakskov” which shows ordinary citizens in Nakskov which is located in the southern part of Denmark on the island of Lolland. It was a healthy part of Denmark until they closed the shipyard in Nakskov. It led to a downward spiral which today has led to that the authorities buy up houses in order to tear them down. They convert ordinary roads to dirt roads.

In 50 years the area would properly be converted into a national part and the population being forceful moved to the Copenhagen area where they with their almost none existing education can compeed about the unskilled labor with immigrants or people on welfare benefits who the firms in Denmark can hire on a labor house method called job-training where they don’t get paid but have to work for their welfare benefits. It gives the Danish firms an edge compared with foreign firms. It is disguised as “Job-training” so the European Union doesn’t discover how the Danish government provide the firms with cheap labor.

For a new child born in Nakskov the future will be 9 years of schooling followed by manual labor until retirement unless the child will cut the ties to his or her family and move away to get education. The question is: For which money? The Danish government will not continue aiding children from poor families to a long education, so they are planning to convert the Danish student grant system to a system where you borrow money instead from the state. So if your parents are not wealthy, you might be able to get an education but the result would be a life-long debt where the interests will rob you of all the benefits of the education.

The problem with schooling started in the 1950’s where the government planned a university in Næstved in the southern part of Sealand. But the staff they were going to hire, couldn’t locate the city because it was too far from Copenhagen. We are talking of more than 50 kilometers. So the university was placed in Roskilde. So now Copenhagen has 3 universities. Copenhagen University, Roskilde University and a department of Aalborg University.

It put a pressure of cheap housing and the problem is getting even worse because the local authorities in Copenhagen want to attract the rich people who is leaving London as result of Brexit. New one room student apartments in the Carlsberg city cost 3,000,000 DKK which is out of reach for even rich Danes. The Carlsberg city will be an island of rich foreigners like Nordhavn and to some extend Ørestad due to the insane parking price where you have to pay 12,000 DKK per year to earn the right to park just one car.

Of course the TV-documentary puts down the reputation of citizens in Nakskov who is just trying to survive. We are not talking about people partying insane. We are talking of showing how people try to survive fishing some fish getting fines just because it demands a lot of paper work. People working illegal without paying taxes fixing cars, people going to school because they are ordered, people suffering from various illnesses, people heating their old houses burning alcohol on in pots because their heating is turned off by greedy houseowners.

That is the way of life outside the major Danish cities. I found a link to a photo collection showing the housing standard in the areas even our government calls “The Rotten Banana”. If you didn’t know how the real Denmark look, you are welcome.

The Rotten Banana (Pinterest)

When it comes to fair trial money matters always and everywhere

In justice on August 14, 2016 at 10:03

Our local TV just broadcasted a TV-show about Sarah Pendler Jo Pender, who was sentenced 110 years for a murder which took place while she wasn’t home. Of course she helped the murderer covering up the murder but in a country where bad upbringing can free you of prison, 110 years seems to point the obvious out: She was poor. She was convicted already before she entered the court room.

Of course her deed shouldn’t go unpunished but what is the point of going after those who just clean up after crimes? They cannot remove evidence totally and they will be more willing to sell out if they have nothing to lose later. In the case of Michael Perry from Texas who allegedly killed a woman which today is considered a doubtful conviction based on the bizarre conduct by the arresting officer, one of the main witnesses had a very close connection with the local police – so close in fact that no names are mentioned because people have been killed for less when it comes to covering up plots by law information officers. This witness was never convicted of her actions connected to the murder. Michael Perry – a victim of the infamous Casa by the Sea boarding school which was closed by the authorities – has been executed, so the cover-up worked.

In Denmark we can mention the “Pedal Ove” case where a man was convicted of the murder of his wife almost totally based on bad reputation in the isolated Jutland community where he lived. He was cleared after having served 7 years in prison. He was given a compensation but in the local community was branded.

Sometime it is a question of some police officers and prosecuters trying to make a career. In Denmark we remember the case about a female so-called serial killer who claimed the lives of 23 people in the nursing home she worked in. The motive should have been that she financed her familys undertaker business. Years later it was proven that the real culpit was the doctor attached to the nursing home who made mistakes with medication. The doctor was quietly fined (because we are talking about rich people) and the poor woman released with her life destroyed.

Yes. Money means a lot when we are talking justice and it is all over the world.


Still many young Danes experience their life dreams destroyed

In culture on July 30, 2016 at 07:11

23.498 young Danes out of 94.744 may now settle for unskilled jobs or a life on welfare. They failed to enter the education system after they graduated their high school just a few months back.

At one place – Copenhagen Business School – you have to achieve a grade of 12.2 which equals A++ to enter.

That is the sad result of the massive cuts our government introduced half a year ago. They asked all the schools to cut 2 percent of their entire budget forcing many schools and universities to close down some classes.

While a life doing unskilled labor or even considered to be take an education as nursing assistant in retirement homes instead might not be a bad choice, the question arise:

Danish taxpayers pay more than any taxpayer in the world and still the society can create enough places so that the young Danes can get the education they want. Why is it so?

Of course the immigration crisis can be blamed but that cannot be the entire reason for having this cribled eduction system.

What appears seem to be politicians totally out of touch with reality and a population starting to look around for an alternative to our so-called democratic system runned by a few elite families.

Danes can no longer trust the system.

  • A system where social workers look for possible foreign heritage when they decide if parents have to pay for treatment of mental illnesses of their children, while physical illnesses still are treated for free in hospitals.
  • A system where children of rich parents have a shot at higher education while children of poor parents suffer due to cuts in student grants. Taking a student loan might prove to a be a gamble because if there is no job right after graduation, the interest will result in bankruptcy and then all the efforts have been for nothing. For many it seems better not to take an education at all. For a number of years almost 20 percent of young Danes receive no more than 9 years of schooling.
  • A system where adult Danes younger than 55 belongs to the cheated generation. The generation who started working believing that they should retire age 60 but now have to work until they are 67 years of age. In a country where people in the low-income areas like Sydhavn in Copenhagen have an average lifespan of about 60 years, it is a clear message: Please kill yourself so you dont become a burden to society.
  • A system which keeps Danes from looking at opportunities outside Denmark. If you work for a full year abroad your citizens rights are revoked and you have to work 8 years in Denmark before you are entitled to normal benefits if you are so unlucky to become unemployed.
  • A system where immigrants take jobs from Danes because the employers get grants to hire them instead of Danes.
  • A system where jobs vanish to the eastern part of Europe or even outside Europe where environment concerns are not important and none cares if safety equipment are missing resulting in injury or death. Just 30 years ago almost all clothes in Denmark were manifactored in Herning in Jutland. Now it is manifactored in Asia where buildings crash down over the workers often killing them in larger numbers. The European Union should introduce custom walls where shipments should become 400 percent more expensive when they enter the European Union protecting Danish jobs.
  • A system where the politicians work against our trade unions forcing them to compete with each other so salaries are dumped. At CSC one trade union offered an agreement so workers earn so little that they are now unable to feed their families compared to their old salary which were part of an agreement with another trade union.

As the conditions are in Denmark now it is hard to find a single country in the world where people suffer more. I urge firms to stop investing in Denmark. I urge the Danish people to vote in a way so our parliament cannot work anymore because if they do not do anything they do not do anything wrong. Every decision they have made during the recent years have inflicted damage on our population.

In Denmark your dreams are crushed. I understand why many immigrants redraw their applications and move on. For native this option does not exist.

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