June – victory for democracy and the civilisation but at a terrible prize.

In International justice on July 1, 2011 at 05:06

Today the Eastern High Court ruled that Niels Holck can remain in Denmark instead of being extradited to India where he most likely would be sacrificed to Kali before he would have a chance of defending himself at a trial.

As a Dane I am happy. Our superior way of living could not be upheld being jailed in India.

But this fair ruling came with a price. A price many Danish workers and not least their children will have to pay.

For some months Danish workers at an American Computer firm fought for decent wages. Here workers from India suddenly entered Denmark where they were ready to work on a cup of rice every day. Normally this would have been protested by an United front of trade unions but many of the trade unions are like the American Teamsters in the 1960’s. Corrupt and totally out of touch with the ordinary workers on the floor so the trade union organizing the workers at CSC got no support for their strike.

Our government who approved that the case against Niels Holck could start saw to that the courts would not acknowledge the previous deal between the trade union PROSA and CSC destroying a system which have been functioning on Danish workplaces since 1960. In 1960 the workers and the employers agree upon the principal that as general there should be no strikes during a period of 2-4 years after they have made a deal of wages and work hours. This is now gone.

In the end the trade union was broken and they were offered to remain in their jobs but at wages which will not enable them to keep a family because most of the workers had long and expensive educations which they have financed with student loans. Student loan which often have interests of +20 percent because the risk is high for those who gives the loan. When people buy houses or cars, the bank can reprocess what is bought and they can get some money back. But how do you reprocess a future?

I believe that it is time for payback. We must demand that our government stop the import of these moochers who dare to come here and take our jobs. We are talking of citizens of an evil country who invaded the peaceful provinces of Goa, are repeatly known to bother their peaceful neighbor Pakistan where they unjust continue to hold Kasmir. A country which caused to much suffering on Ceylon.

Beside the ruling of our High court what is there to say in general?

Well, the European Union are trying to block our border control and it has never been needed so much. The so-called tourists continue to rob us. Nothing is too small for them. Now they have started to flash rob our cemetaries by night. You might ask what could be of value on a cemetary and the answer is: Toys put upon graves by parents who have lost their children too young. Angles and pigeons made of cobber. Letters written by gold paint which are carefully scraped off.

We cannot guard every cemetary in Denmark. We need to isolate ourselves as a country and demand Visa of visitors – even from our neighboring countries and not least – search every visitor when they leave Denmark.


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