SALUTE to Denmark … They are trying to fix a huge problem.

For your
thoughtful consideration…


Denmark – a must

This article could be
seen as racist by some but on the other hand it could also be seen as a
reflection of our own reality that somehow our politicians refuse to see. The
interpretation is up to the reader, however it is food for


Denmark … They are trying to fix a
huge problem.

This could very well
happen here on our Continent…


the Danish Flag – it’s a Symbol of

By Susan
 , a
Canadian citizen, is a contributing editor for

In 1978-9 I was living
and studying in 
Denmark . But in 1978 – even in
Copenhagen , one
didn’t see Muslim immigrants.

The Danish
population embraced visitors, celebrated the exotic, went
  out of its way to
protect each of its citizens. It was proud of its new
  brand of socialist
liberalism one in development since the conservatives had
  lost power in 1929 – a
system where no worker had to struggle to survive,
  where one ultimately
could count upon the state as in, perhaps, no other
  western nation at the
The rest of
Europe  saw the Scandinavians as free-thinking,
  and infinitely generous
in their welfare policies. Denmark boasted low crime
  rates, devotion to the
environment, a superior educational system and a
 history of
Denmark was also most
generous in its immigration policies – it
  offered the best
welcome in Europe to the new immigrant: generous welfare
  payments from first
arrival plus additional perks in transportation, housing
  and education. It was
determined to set a world example for inclusiveness
multiculturalism.  How could it have predicted that one day in 2005 a
series of political
in a newspaper would spark violence that would leave dozens dead
  the streets – all
because its commitment to multiculturalism would come
By the 1990’s the
growing urban Muslim population was obvious – and
   its unwillingness to
integrate into Danish society was obvious.
  Years of immigrants had
settled into Muslim-exclusive enclaves. As the
  Muslim leadership
became more vocal about what they considered the
‘s liberal way of life, the Danes – once so welcoming – began
slighted. Many Danes had begun to see Islam as incompatible with
  long-standing values:
belief in personal liberty and free speech, in equality for women, in
tolerance for other ethnic groups, and a deep pride
  in Danish heritage and


An article by Daniel
and Lars
  Hedegaard, in which
they forecasted, accurately, that the growing immigrant
  problem in

Denmark would explode. In the article
they reported:
‘Muslim immigrants
constitute 5 percent of the population but consume
  upwards of 40 percent
of the welfare spending.’

are only 4 percent of Denmark’s 5.4 million people but
  up a majority of the
country’s convicted rapists, an especially combustible issue given that
practically all the female victims are
 non-Muslim. Similar, if
lesser, disproportions are found in other crimes.’
‘Over time, as Muslim
immigrants increase in numbers, they wish less
  to mix with the
indigenous population.  A recent survey finds that only 5 percent of young
Muslim immigrants
readily marry a Dane.’

‘Forced marriages –
promising a newborn daughter in
Denmark to a
  cousin in the home
country, then compelling her to marry him, sometimes on
  pain of death – are one
‘Muslim leaders openly
declare their goal of introducing Islamic law once
‘s Muslim population grows large enough – a not-that-remote prospect. If present
trends persist, one sociologist estimates, every third inhabitant of 

Denmark in 40 years will be
It is easy to
understand why a growing number of Danes would feel that
   Muslim immigrants show
little respect for Danish values and laws.

An example
is the phenomenon common to other European countries and
Canada: some Muslims in

Denmark who opted to leave the Muslim
faith have
murdered in the name of Islam, while others hide in fear for
  lives. Jews are also
threatened and harassed openly by Muslim leaders
  in Denmark, a country
where once Christian citizens worked to smuggle out nearly all of their 7,000
Jews by night to
Sweden – before the Nazis
  invade. I think of my
Danish friend Elsa – who, as a teenager, had dreaded
the street to the bakery every morning under the eyes of
  Nazi soldiers – and I
wonder what she would say today.
In 2001,
elected the most conservative government in some 70
  years – one that had
some decidedly non-generous ideas about liberal unfettered immigration.
Today, Denmark has the
strictest immigration policies
Europe . (Its effort to protect itself has been met with
accusations of
  ‘racism’ by liberal
media across Europe – even as other governments struggle to right the social
problems wrought by years of too-lax immigration.)
If you wish to become
Danish, you must attend three years of 
language  classes. You must pass
a test on
Denmark ‘s history, culture, and a

You must live in 

Denmark for 7 years before applying
for citizenship.

You must demonstrate an
intent to work, and have a job waiting. If you wish
  to bring a spouse into
Denmark , you must both be
over 24 years of age, and
  you won’t find it so
easy anymore to move your friends and family to
Denmark with
You will not be allowed
to build a mosque in
Copenhagen . Although
  children have a choice
of some 30 Arabic culture and language schools
, they will be strongly encouraged to assimilate to Danish
   in ways that past
immigrants weren’t.
In 2006, the Danish
minister for employment, Claus Hjort Frederiksen,
  spoke publicly of the
burden of Muslim immigrants on the Danish welfare
  system, and it was
horrifying: the government’s welfare committee had
that if immigration from Third World countries were blocked,
  percent of the cuts
needed to sustain the huge welfare system in coming
would be unnecessary. In other words, the welfare system, as
was being exploited by immigrants to the point of
  bankrupting the
government. ‘We are simply forced to adopt a new policy


‘The calculations of
the welfare committee are terrifying and show how
  unsuccessful the
integration of immigrants has been up to now,’ he said.
A large thorn in the
side of
Denmark ‘s imams is the Minister of
Immigration and Integration, Rikke Hvilshoj. She makes no bones about
  new policy toward
immigration, ‘The number of foreigners coming to the
  country makes a
difference,’ Hvilshoj says, ‘There is an inverse
how many come here and how well we can receive the foreigners
  come.’ And on Muslim
immigrants needing to demonstrate a willingness to blend in, ‘In my view,

Denmark should be a country with room
for different cultures and religions. Some values, however,
  more important than
others. We refuse to question democracy, equal rights,
 and freedom of
Hvilshoj has paid a
price for her show of backbone. Perhaps to test her resolve, the leading radical
imam in Denmark, Ahmed Abdel Rahman Abu
  Laban, demanded that
the government pay blood money to the family of a
  Muslim who was murdered
in a suburb of Copenhagen, stating that the family’s
  thirst for revenge
could be thwarted for money. When Hvilshoj dismissed his
 demand, he
argued that in Muslim culture the payment of retribution
  was common, to which
Hvilshoj replied that what is done in a Muslim country
  is not necessarily what
is done in Denmark. 

The Muslim reply came
 after: her
house was torched while she, her husband and children slept.
  managed to escape
unharmed, but she and her family were moved to a secret location and she and
other ministers were assigned bodyguards for the first
  time – in a country
where such murderous violence was once so scarce.
Her government has slid
to the right, and her borders have tightened. Many believe that what happens in
the next decade will determine whether
Denmark survives as a bastion of good
living, humane thinking and
  social responsibility,
or whether it becomes a nation at civil war with
  supporters of Sharia
And meanwhile,
Canadians clamor for stricter immigration policies, and
  demand an end to state
welfare programs that allow many immigrants to live
 on the
public dole. As we in Canada look at the enclaves of Muslims
  us, and see those
who enter our shores too easily, dare live on our taxes, yet refuse to embrace
our culture, respect our traditions, participate in
legal system, obey our laws, speak our language, appreciate our history. 
We would do well to look to
Denmark , and say a prayer for her
future and for our own.
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