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Innocent victims in drive-by shootings

In Uncategorized on February 22, 2009 at 21:38

I am scared. Really scared. I cannot walk the streets of Copenhagen in peace.

The third gang war in Copenhagen have been going on for months now and now innocent bystanders are being attacked also.

The first gang war took place for about 20 years ago. Two biker gangs called Bullshit and Hell Angels. It was the first crime war in Denmark where they used machine guns. Hell Angels won that war. They tried to break into military depots but were fired on,

The second gang war was between two biker gangs – Bandidos and once again Hell Angels. It ended with a cease fire when some lawyers helped them divide the drug market in Denmark after political pressure.

Now the third gang war is terrorising Denmark and it is also the start of a whole new security situation in Denmark. The two opponents are the combined biker world against second generation youth gangs with roots in the middle east. However with our entire army stationed in Afghanistan as part of our contribution to the 11th. crusade in order to spread the word of Christ our military depots in Denmark have proven to have too little protection. A lot of weapons disappeared from our camp in Slagelse. A disastor!

Now even ordinary people are victims of the ongoing war in the streets of Copenhagen.

Just the last 24 hours three incidents of mixups have taken place. Two of them gang related.

First a car-chase was conducted where two ordinary citizens were looking like they could be member of a biker gang, when they in reality had been working so long that they were just unshaved.

Next an ordinary street fight between some Hillbillies in Haslev turned into a shooting when the locals decided to attack a college in town, where foreigners who enter Denmark due to the fact that foreign grades are given double score so they can compete with our student normally stay. The problem was however that the people they were fighting was from Iceland and the people they attacked were from Poland. There is just too many foreigners in our country which makes such a mistake easy to commit. And Haslev. I could understand that foreigners could be tempted to travel as far out in the country as Roskilde but to Haslev and all the yokels!! That one they brought on themselves.

Finally an ordinary citizen was stabbed – also because he fails to dress like he never had even been near a biker club.

Several have spoken of recalling our army to prevent what is about to escalate into a full scale civil war.

However a proposal from the Social democratic party seems to be discussed right now. In Denmark we operate with something called preventive arrest. It is a part of our package against terrorism in Denmark. The police can arrest every citizen with bringing charges against them and detain them for 6 hours. They do this every Sunday with the soccer fans. Most live with this.

Now they have looked at the United States and suggest that the police should be given extended power to detain people for several weeks without charges in order to stop the gang war.

We know that the fact that one out of 100 citizens in jail in the United States have not lowered the crime rate, so how many Danes do we need to put in jail. 1 out of 70? 1 out of 50?

Smart move against terrorism

In Uncategorized on February 21, 2009 at 12:30

Our government has for a long time wanted to restrain their mobility inside our society. Instead of using private transport where they are easy to identify, they have moved around posing a potential threat against ordinary citizens using public transport.

It poses a huge risk. Most of remember how they destroyed busses and trains in London and Madrid.

But now we have developed a technology which enables us to burn pigs as fuel. So when they choose to come close to a bus they are in a risk of breathe and consume a pig, which are against their somewhat fundamentalist religion.

They are now prevented from using busses inside Denmark. The population is once again safer than before.

One of their priest have denied that our plan will work just to discourge our anti-terrorism effort, but we are not easy to be fooled.


Imam: Svineaffald i bussen intet problem, TV2 Nyhederne.
Fill’er up with swine, thanks, Jyllandsposten

The treatment industry – who are behind it?

In Uncategorized on February 12, 2009 at 08:09

During the recent years we have seen several examples of various religious communities being paid by public money to treat people for personal problems with alcohol, drugs and their gender.

Something is wrong when taxpayers allow their money used by cults or being used in a way which can endanger the clients.

A Danish television program Operation X showed how easy it was to create an alcohol detox program and get money from the public funds. There are no requirements for documenting the strategy of their detox method they use in their program. They don’t have to tell who they have treated, so they can send an invoice for treatment of person who has never been in the program.

We have seen how Scientology – a cult being monitored in Germany by the German intelligence services are allowed to treat drug users for money paid by the taxpayers.

As taxpayers we even have to pay for treatment of people who think that it is a sin for people to be interested in their own gender. While many of us can be settled with living in a marriage with a person of the opposite gender, should the society pay for treatment of people, who for reasons unknown lives otherwise?

No, of course not.

We have to stop this waste of taxpayer’s money. While treatment of all the issues are necessary, it should be done by the public sector only to ensure that it is done without mission calls.

Why are these people in the treatment industry in the first place?

They know that people suffering from abuse or low self-esteem are vulnerable people. The first three sentences in the much copied 12 step treatment program sound like:

1.    We admitted we were powerless over <the problem> – that our lives had become unmanageable

2.    Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity

3.    Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood him.

I have to ask what greater power? Of course the greater power that the therapist presents to you. It is emotional blackmail. Do you want to be cured? I have the God you have to pray to.

We have seen a raise in the number of cults operating in Denmark. And now where they are free to pick new members among the clients referred to them by the social departments, the courts and parents, their number will grow even faster.

Who in the public system decide what program to be used and what criteria do they use? We are going down a dangerous path because there is a lot of money involved. In countries where detox are more widespread, cases of money going under the table to persons in public service seem to be growing.

Corruption can become a huge problem if the public sector in Denmark in time will run such programs by themselves.

A very similar problem is the choice of group homes for at-risk youth. Who is deciding where a kid should go? When kids in Denmark are under 15 years of age, the choice is made by the social worker in the hometown and the local but not very well-paid politicians. They cannot go before a court. They are prisoners of a political system without right to an attorney.

The parliament in Denmark tried to get oversight of youth treatment programs but powerful groups of employees inside the political system prevented that. The youth are threatened to suffer in silence.

None in Denmark has an oversight of how youth are treated when detained either by the courts or the social department. None has a goal with placement of youth. They are warehoused and the treatment methods are not being recorded in a central place so we can learn what works and doesn’t work.

A former director for an adult prison has suggested that we from the very start could jail the youth. They would be hurt less emotional and maybe we could avoid that more than 60 percent of all inmates aged around 18 are suffering from psychological illnesses derived from either something they have experienced during their upbringing or from the treatment itself. Aboard a lot of youth suffers from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder as result of their stay in a program. I believe that there is a risk that the same could be the case in Denmark.

It is up to the minister of health Jakob Axel Nielsen (K) to provide order inside this area and to ensure that the money the taxpayers pay for treatment is used in the right way. Unfortunately as soon as the cameras are shut off, people have other things on their minds.

I call for a central oversight of programs and how they operate. I call for a complete list of program owners.

People who are suffering from alcohol or drug abuse, people who have problems with their identity and troubled youth are hard to talk about. Many would be preferred that those people are hidden somewhere never to be heard about, but the reality is that they are in our lives and we pay for their treatment.

Let’s give them quality treatment and properly save some of our money in the process.


Thread in Danish on an internet newsgroup
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Danes want to stay home instead of studying abroad

In Uncategorized on February 4, 2009 at 09:46

Well, that is good news.

Lately there have been a couple of examples where Danes have become victims of xenophobia while working or studying abroad. At Yale a young Dane got sentenced for keeping a film with his rather loose girlfriend on his personal computer. We are not talking about distribuating the film, which are punished severely even in Denmark where a young man got a rather extreme sentence when he was punished for uploading a movie to his personal site on Facebook. Even experts find it extremely hard.

While the Danish case seem to be about to lance the girlfriends career as a certain Hotel hieress did (no name mentioned), the American case are just odd – nothing less!

Anyway it sends a signal to foreigners to stay away from Yale. No more exchange students to the States. Just stay away! But what did make this young man seek Yale in the first place. Wasn’t he warned by the Louise Woodward case where a young woman was convicted for murdering a baby which seems to be a classis fallguy case where a young naive person is lured to a foreign country to take the blame? (With todays forensic technology she would have been cleared). Are this case too old?

Then this young Dane should have turned his eyes forward Italy where a young American Woman is tried for murder based on her alleged American style of life. A case which seen from the outside looks like a revenge for an accidential shooting of an Italy spy in Iraq by US service men.

Never has there been a more clear case of unjust!

All this should have warned this young Dane before leaving his country, but it is too late. His parents should have taken reponsibility and kept him home.

It is however not too late for other Danes to continue to study in Denmark and fortunately they seem to have learn this lesson. A union of private firms are critizing this trend, but for the families and not at least the student, safety must come first.

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