Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Friday, August 16, 2013

About danish girls

Danish women possess no flirting ability. They have zero charm and zero allure. Not a feminine drop of blood courses through their veins. They don’t know how to treat you well, cook for you, or make you laugh. They don’t know how to look sexy. They won’t defer to your masculinity. They can fuck you, but no more. What they do have are pussies and opinions you really don’t care about hearing. That’s it. Denmark takes top prize for having the most unfeminine and androgynous robotic women I’ve met in the world.
Since she’s unable to flirt, a Danish girl doesn’t know how to show interest, and thinks that doing so would be showing weakness. She won’t go out of her way to make you feel like a man. She’s just… there, wasting space in a bar that could be better used by the cute foreign hookers mingling right outside.
If you’re stuck in Copenhagen and want something that reminds you of what a woman should be, your best bet is to find a foreign girl who has been in Denmark for less than one year. Otherwise you’ll get yourself a corrupted specimen of a woman that will make you less happy than your run-of-the-mill American girl who insists on wearing flip-flops twenty-four hours a day. It’s that bad.
Even the Danish girls who have somehow escaped the corrupting influence of the androgynous culture (she’ll probably be from Jutland) will have some random masculine quality that fucks everything up. She’ll look good from across the bar, maybe even slightly sexy, but when you interact with her you’ll discover that she has a deep voice. Or she has man hands. Or she moves like a man. Or she has a slight mustache. Or she is arrogant like a man. I’ve met girls in Denmark who were more masculine than me, and I’m the hairiest, horniest motherfucker I know.
Initially a Danish girl will be somewhat reserved, but it takes no more than fifteen minutes for her true outspoken nature to shine. Since a Danish girl thinks she’s an expert on everything, be prepared to get educated on matters your feeble brain can’t possibly comprehend. You’re going to hear the wackiest, most liberal opinions you’ve ever heard in your life (e.g., “The state should supply and inject heroin addicts with pure drug in a safe environment that is also provided by the state”). Take the most liberal shit you learned in college and multiply it by fifty to get a feeling for what you’re going to hear in Denmark.
If you don’t want to bang a Danish girl, disagree with her. While this may build attraction with American girls, for Danish girls it completely shuts off the pussy faucet. They want the role of the alpha while you’re left with the role of the dopey beta. Therefore if you want sex you’re best served by simply nodding or asking her more questions so that she talks enough to make your ears bleed. You will hate yourself for doing this.
If you don’t like a girl, just question what she says, tell her she’s wrong, and enjoy the argument. In Denmark, the girl is always right and it’s the guy’s job to validate her stupid beliefs long enough to get her into bed. Again, while in America, nodding along won’t get you laid, in Denmark it will. She wants an obedient little puppy dog, not a challenge who sees her as the idiot she really is.
Danish girls don’t like masculinity, cockiness, or outspoken guys. Because of Jante Law, any attempt on your part to even indirectly show that you’re more experienced, knowledgeable, or smarter than her will terminate the interaction. Even if you’re definitely more experienced than her (she’s likely to only be a student, after all), you must pretend that you’re both equal. I don’t care if you’re ten years older than her and have lived in a dozen locations around the world after succeeding at a million-dollar business built from scratch, but you must treat the stupid opinions of a 23-year-old Danish girl with reverence and respect if you want to get laid. In other words, you have to sell yourself out for pussy.
A big problem is that just about everything offends a Danish girl, especially if you make casual observations about her culture, whether positive or negative. She doesn’t believe in stereotypes or generalizations at all. She has the belief that everyone is a completely unique snowflake and any attempt to generalize is wrong and offensive. The irony of this is that Danish people are so incredibly homogenous and alike due to Denmark being a strong conformist culture that they’re the easiest people to generalize about. When girls told me not to generalize, and I noticed that they were basically carbon copies of one another, I concluded it was a case of the lady doth protest too much. If you interact with one Danish girl, you might as well have interacted with them all.
The thing that pissed me off the most about Danish women was their hypocrisy. Like I’ve mentioned previously, they will bash anything non-Danish, expecting you to sit there and take it, but the moment you make even a mild criticism about their culture, they’re ready to call the police.

More at: Danish Girls are Most Masculine in the World
On the same topic: The 3 Types of Danish Girls
                             How to Pick Up Danish Girls at Night
                             Introduction to Danish Culture
                             Danish Girls are Ugly and Fat
                             The Biggest Cockblocker in the World is from Denmark

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Dane MP labelled racist after NZ visit

MP Marie Krarup under fire
Hate mail from angry New Zealanders is landing on the desk of a Danish MP who ridiculed her Maori welcome. Right-wing politician Marie Krarup dubbed the powhiri an "uncivilised" ritual, and marae a "grotesque" mark of multicultural worship.Krarup, in an opinion piece in Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende, said she was shocked to be welcomed by a dancing, barely-clothed man, instead of a handshake or salute.
"When we came to a naval base, we were not received with a handshake or salute by uniformed men as usual," she wrote.
"No, we were welcomed with a Maori dance ritual, with a half-naked man in grass skirt, shouting and screaming in Maori."
Krarup, who was in New Zealand on a defence committee visit in March, said the man performed "strange rituals and poked his tongue out".
She said she felt like an "idiot" when giving a hongi, and was relieved to catch a big kiss on the cheek by one man instead of the traditional nose touching.
When it was time to sing, Krarup said the waiata sounded like a Danish children's song about a happy ladybird. She said it was accompanied by a "kindergarten-teacher-guitar-accompaniment".
The marae, or "Maori temple", was a form of cultural self-destruction, according to Krarup.
"It was decorated with God-figures with angry faces and large erect penises," she said.
"It's a mystery to me how the poor naval officers could endure both the ceremony and the surroundings."
Krarup told Berlingske Nyhedsbureau she had received hate mail from New Zealanders calling her a racist, and insisted she did not look down upon Maori.
She did, however, question why "European New Zealanders" were not able to "defend their culture", reported the Copenhagen Post
"It sounds like I look down on the Maori," Krarup told Berlingske.
"Indeed I'm not, even though the culture is very foreign to me."
Danes living in New Zealand were appalled at the comments.
Dorthe Siggaard, 49, who has lived in New Zealand for 12 years, said Krarup does not represent what Danes think about Maori culture.
"Of course this is embarrassing - we are not proud of these comments," she said.
"Krarup is against anything to do with Islam, immigration - anything. It is no surprise she has made comments about indigenous people."
Krarup is a member of parliament for the Danish People's Party, which is described as a very right-wing party by political commentators.
Its goals were to protect the freedom and cultural heritage of the Danish people, and limit immigration.
Borge Petersen, the Danish ambassador in Canberra, said he had been welcomed to New Zealand by powhiri several times.
"These events as well as the specific event during the welcome ceremony referred to by Mrs Krarup reflects for me the sincere wish of the New Zealand hosts to bid me welcome in the best possible way, namely through a Maori ceremony of welcome that has been a tradition for generations," he said.
"At the same time I feel the ceremony reflects the traditions and culture of New Zealand in general and thus gives me an insight into the history of New Zealand. All in all I see this as positive."
He said he had the "deepest respect" for people of Maori descent.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Denmark is unchanged for more than 300 years

More than 300 years ago, the English diplomat Robert Molesworth wrote a book based on his years in Denmark: An Account of Denmark as it was in the Year 1692. Thanks to Google Books, this historic book is entirely available free of charge online. Below are a few extracts:
I never knew of any Country where the Minds of the People were more of one calibre and pitch than here; you shall meet with none of the extraordinary Parts or Qualifications, or excellent in particular Studies and Trades; you see no Enthusiasts, Mad-men, Natural Fools, or fanciful Folks; but a certain equality of Understanding reigns among them: every one keeps the ordinary beaten road of sense, which in this Country is neither the fairest nor the foulest, without deviating to the right or left.
Yet upon occasion of the last Poll Tax, I heard that the Collectors were forced to take from this and other Towns (in lieu of Money) old Feather-beds, Bedsteads, Brass, Powter, Wooden Chairs, etc. which they violently took from the Poor People, who were unable to pay, leaving them destitute of all manner of Necessaries for the use of Living.
I suppose by this time an English Reader has taken a Surfeit of this Account of Taxes which the Subjects of Denmark do pay; but it ought to be a great Satisfaction to him to reflect, that through the Happiness of our Constitution, and the Prudence and Valour of our King, the People of this Nation, though enjoying ten times more natural and acquired Advantages than the Danes, which causes more than ten times their affluence; do not for all that pay towards the carrying on the most necessary and just War, the third part in proportion to what the King of Denmark's Subjects do in time of profound Peace.
The King has taken such care by reducing Ancient and Rich Families to a low Estate, by raising new ones, by making all the People poor in Spirit, as well as Purse; that thirty two years has had an effect conducing to his purpose, as much as three hundred could have done: Insomuch that I verily believe, the Danes do now really love Servitude; and like the Cappadocians of old, could not make use of Liberty if it were offered them; but would throw it away if they had it, and resume their Chains. Possibly they would wish them less weighty, but Chains they could not live without. If there be one or two among so many thousands who are of contrary Sentiments, they dare not so much as mutter then to their own Children, nor would be heard with patience if they did.

It is fascinating to read how many traits have remained more or less unchanged for more than 300 years.
Let's just repeat one phrase:

...the Danes do now really love Servitude; and like the Cappadocians of old, could not make use of Liberty if it were offered them; but would throw it away if they had it, and resume their Chains.

Then compare it with a phrase Aksel Sandemose wrote in his book about the Law or Jante above (page 76 in the 2000 edition):

The Law of Jante and the religion of Jante demonstrate that when a human has been oppressed for sufficiently long time, it takes over the oppression itself. ... We always saw to it that everybody lay broken and crestfallen. It was brilliant in its complete idiocy, and nobody even benefited from it.

in Danish:  

Janteloven og jantereligionen viser, at når mennesket har været holdt nede tilpas længe, så overtager det undertrykkelsen selv. ... Vi sørgede altid for, at alle lå knuste and flade. Det var genialt i sit totale idioti, og der var ikke engang nogen, som nød godt af det.

These two books were written independently of each other, by an Englishman and a Dane respectively, and with 238 years in between. Yet, they arrive at a similar result what the Danes are concerned.

From here

Sunday, April 21, 2013

"Danish Butch – The Face of the Future?"

"The women in your photograph look like scruffy women. Danish women look like scruffy men."

Pausing to miss Philip Jones -:
Philip Jones, one of the outstanding critics of the NWO died November 24, 2009. He fell ill in Sept 2009 and suspected an ex-girlfriend  of poisoning him. He was dependent on the Danish health care system, a precarious position given his outspoken views. Here is how he introduced himself in 2007.
- See more here

from Philip Jones
(from Oct 18, 2007)

I am a British man living in Denmark (Europe). I have been reading your site for around a year now, and have become deeply aware of the problems facing the world in general and my small part of it in particular. I am 49 years old and have served in the Military and Police Service. I am conservative by nature, but not extremely so. I have been aware of the ` Feminist Agenda` for many years, and saw it's `metamorphosis` in the 1980's whilst serving in the Metropolitan Police in London.
The situation here in Denmark is extreme. The level of androgyny is unlike anything you will experience that side of the `pond`(I know, I have been there many times). All but all Danish women look the same ie. like `butch lesbians`. They are everywhere. Not a business or public institution is free of them. It is all but impossible to deal with a man these days. And a pretty woman is `persona non grata`. The `Sisters` are everywhere, and definitely doing it for themselves.

To go out on the weekend is a pathetic sight indeed. One is immediately confronted by `manlike` predatory `females` mostly in their late 30's or early 40's, but some older. They occupy the clubs and bars. They are lonely, sad creatures, many with extreme psychological problems caused by the identity crisis which stalks this small little land. Few are remotely feminine, almost none would be described as attractive. They have bad attitudes, they dress badly and they are an indictment on this society. 
Danish men have been relegated to the `minor leagues` in most careers. Schools, Town halls, Hospitals, the Public Sector, Private Sector, you name it, the `women` are everywhere.

My own country (UK) is treading a similar path down the `feminist blind alley`, but nowhere near the extremes that this country has reached. Women are in command here. In politics, they are forcing through the NWO agenda without I fear knowing what it is they are doing. In education, androgyny is the name of the game as boys become more `girly` and girls become less so.
If you really want a glimpse of the ultimate Feminist Society, take a flight to Denmark, and you will see what I mean. The Blue eyed, Blond Haired, Scandinavian Beauty is a thing of the past indeed.

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Actually, the women in the photograph you placed alongside my letter look good compared to the majority of women here. There is a Uniform style amongst Danish women which is very strange. 

They all have short `manly` haircuts. Almost all wear small `goggly` spectacles. They dress very differently to most women in other countries. It's hard to explain , but the only way I can describe it is `blue collar masculine`.
From Top to Toe, almost without exception. And they have the attitudes to match, born out of years of social engineering in what must be the most comprehensive `programming` module on earth, namely, the Danish Education System.

Everyone here is on `A Course`. If one works, one is `On a course`. If one is unemployed, one is `On a course`. From age 1 year into adulthood, Androgyny is the only game in town. You have to see it to believe it. I have been here 10 years and I sensed it immediately. There is something very different about this place. `Same Sex` marriages have been a factor for years. Dare speak out against  love that at one time would `dare not speak it's name but now cannot shut up and you're in deep water indeed. Pedophiles have their own `Union `here. Satanists flock here to indulge in their `filth`.

On the surface, all looks very normal (except the women of course), but linger a short while and it starts to creep into one's consciousness. Something is `Very rotten in the State Of Denmark. They have one of the highest divorce rates in Europe. The lowest marriage count. It's all a little like the film `Invasion Of The Body Snatchers`. As if some alien entity has removed all the people and replaced them.

It's a real honour to have an article published on your site, which quite frankly has changed the way I see everything, and confirmed to me that I am not alone. Your articles are a revelation, and I send them to as many as I can.

Female Sports personalities are the nations `Heroes`. Whether it be Boxing, Football or whatever. The Feminist is `king`. All companies use women to advertise, and i am not referring to the type one normally sees, you know, the attractive girl selling the car. No, I am talking about the bespectacled andronoid, with the manly voice and job and well, everything else.

---More Philip Jones:

Monday, February 04, 2013

Denmark Goes Nuclear

By Jason Heppenstall

[…] One. The people of Denmark do as they are told to do, think what they are told to think, and never question authority. Minds are controlled by state propaganda, and the janteloven, keeps people servile and compliant. One cannot expect any help if something bad happens to you, as I was reminded a couple of months ago when an American student was attacked on a bus here in broad daylight and beaten up for being a ‘Chinese boy’ while every single passenger turned a blind eye.
This is not an uncommon occurrence. […].
A close-knit community. [...]
Two. Denmark is not the best country in the world, as if there could ever be such a thing. Almost every week there is a report saying so in the media. Danes believe their flag is descended from Heaven and that they are the chosen ones. The country supposedly has the best restaurant and food, the happiest people, the smartest society, the most environmentally friendly civilization on the face of the planet, the best city in the world to live in. I could go on.

(Is it impolite to mention also that it’s also the cancer capital of the world, has a huge problem with alcoholism and suicide, is Europe’s second most wasteful nation and is addicted to coal and has the fourth largest environmental footprint of any country in the world?) Is it a case of ‘we think OSDS’?
Three. Relating to two. This week – and I just have to share this with someone because nobody really in the international press outside of specialist international policy websites has reported it – Denmark flunked out of pretending to be green! Yes, you read it here first. Extra, extra! Greenland, which ahem, is kind of independent and allowed to do what it wants as long as Copenhagen agrees to it, is being sold to the Chinese! Well, not all of it, just the bits that contain uranium. This, apparently, would make supposedly anti-nuclear Denmark one of the biggest exporters of uranium on the planet.
They don’t want it in their back yard – they want it in yours!
But it’s not just uranium. Eco-friendly Denmark wants a slice of the oil pie too. Denmark’s version of the-historical-German-party-whose-name-cannot-be-mentioned-in-polite-company- said that ‘Future generations will not forgive us,’ if Denmark does not go for the massive oil and uranium grab on turf that it controls. And the main parties all seemed to agree.

Read in full at Doomstead Diner

By the same author:

Staring at the Sea

A Cargo (Bike) Cult

The Acid Factory Forest

Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen

Saturday, February 02, 2013

The Nordic countries. The next supermodel

[...] If you had to be reborn anywhere in the world as a person with average talents and income, you would want to be a Viking. The Nordics cluster at the top of league tables of everything from economic competitiveness to social health to happiness. They have avoided both southern Europe’s economic sclerosis and America’s extreme inequality. Development theorists have taken to calling successful modernisation “getting to Denmark”. Meanwhile a region that was once synonymous with do-it-yourself furniture and Abba has even become a cultural haven, home to “The Killing”, Noma and “Angry Birds”. [...]
The idea of lean Nordic government will come as a shock both to French leftists who dream of socialist Scandinavia and to American conservatives who fear that Barack Obama is bent on “Swedenisation”. They are out of date. In the 1970s and 1980s the Nordics were indeed tax-and-spend countries. Sweden’s public spending reached 67% of GDP in 1993. Astrid Lindgren, the inventor of Pippi Longstocking, was forced to pay more than 100% of her income in taxes. But tax-and-spend did not work: Sweden fell from being the fourth-richest country in the world in 1970 to the 14th in 1993. [...]
On public services the Nordics have been similarly pragmatic. So long as public services work, they do not mind who provides them. Denmark and Norway allow private firms to run public hospitals. Sweden has a universal system of school vouchers, with private for-profit schools competing with public schools. Denmark also has vouchers—but ones that you can top up. When it comes to choice, Milton Friedman would be more at home in Stockholm than in Washington, DC.
All Western politicians claim to promote transparency and technology. The Nordics can do so with more justification than most. The performance of all schools and hospitals is measured. Governments are forced to operate in the harsh light of day: Sweden gives everyone access to official records. Politicians are vilified if they get off their bicycles and into official limousines. The home of Skype and Spotify is also a leader in e-government: you can pay your taxes with an SMS message.
The new Nordic model is not perfect. Public spending as a proportion of GDP in these countries is still higher than this newspaper would like, or indeed than will be sustainable. Their levels of taxation still encourage entrepreneurs to move abroad: London is full of clever young Swedes. Too many people—especially immigrants—live off benefits. The pressures that have forced their governments to cut spending, such as growing global competition, will force more change. The Nordics are bloated compared with Singapore, and they have not focused enough on means-testing benefits. [...]

Photo and read more at The Economist

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Christian VII of Denmark's Chronic Masturbation Problem

Christian VII rose to the throne of Denmark in 1766, even though everyone was pretty sure he was crazy. That probably had something to do with the fact that he would often throw food at his dinner guests ... but then, rich people can be real jerks. His reign seemed otherwise pretty normal -- that is, until the masturbation started.
At some point, Christian developed a newfound fascination with his penis, by which we mean he jerked it so often that it interfered with his duties. The court physicians actually worried that Christian's chronic habit was affecting his health -- they thought that it would render him infertile and that it was stunting his growth, which was the 18th century version of "Stop that or you'll go blind."
But at least Christian didn't usually do it in front of visiting dignitaries. What he did do was leapfrog over them when they bowed to him, and sometimes he'd slap people in the face in the middle of a conversation for absolutely no reason. OK, so that's actually the second thing he did that we would also do if we became king.
Eventually, Christian's mind was so far gone that his personal physician, Johann Streunsee, basically yanked the whole kingdom out from underneath him by talking the king into handing over control of his executive decisions, as well as boning the queen behind Christian's back. Presumably he was too busy jerking it to notice.


Friday, December 21, 2012

Corruption in Denmark



Political and campaign financing

Denmark lacks transparency in private contributions to political parties and parliamentary candidates. The opaque environment thrives from inadequate legislation that enables weak public disclosure. Private donations above 20,000 DKR (US$3,609) must disclose the donor’s name – however, not the amount given. In addition, individuals can remain anonymous if they donate through affiliated foundations. This loophole also exists if private donations are given in increments of less than 20,000 DKR.
Political donations and gifts also lack strong regulations. The grey area surrounding the receiving of gifts has yet to be adequately defined. The Danish media have accused top officials and Members of Parliament (MPs) of attending undisclosed trips, concerts and dinners, paid for by private contractors.

Access to information

Denmark’s access to information law is outdated. The wide range of ‘exceptional case’ provisions enables public bodies to deny access to information or to delay legitimate enquiries. At the same time, several studies show that current right to information legislation is not respected in practice. Deadlines for applicants’ requests for information are only met in half of the cases and only 30% of requests for information to the Prime Minister’s Office and Ministry of Justice are completed in the required 10-day deadline.
Public and private sector executives’ limited understanding of their obligation to disclose information to the public leads to major weaknesses in accountability.

Whistleblower protection

Denmark does not have a dedicated whistleblower protection law or regulation.  There is also no dedicated whistleblowing body to advise and protect whistleblowers. Instead, the Danish labour market has been regulated by voluntary agreements on pay and working conditions between employees and their organisations, otherwise known as the Danish Labour Market Model.
The laws on citizens’ freedom of speech and employees’ right and duty to inform the public on irregularities are fragmented. These laws are scarce and the case law is limited. And although public employees’ freedom of speech is generally considered to be better protected legally than their counterparts in the private sector, whistleblowing bodies and support are more advanced in the private sector.

Positive developments


Transparency in politics

In 2009 Parliament introduced the Openness Scheme, which aims to improve the transparency of MPs’ expenses and activities. It provides an agreement between a broad range of political parties that MPs must publish information on their monthly spending, activities in entertainment, travel expenses, received gifts, official representations, and prospective official activities.
Together with the Code of Good Practice in the Public Service, the new transparency mechanism aims to ensure effective monitoring of MPs’ conduct and use of public resources.


Open government

Denmark is a participating country in the Open Government Partnership. The initiative’s aim is to promote good governance and to strengthen democracy. As a participant, Denmark commits itself to modernising the public sector and improving the management of public resources. This is done by increasing, among others: transparency in public decision processes, anti-corruption and accountability mechanisms, citizen participation, and dialogue with civil society.
A key driver is the utilisation of new technologies and media so that government information and technology is available to citizens and businesses. In effect, the government aims to address citizens’ needs and concerns.


Corporate responsibility

A new mediation and complaints institution for corporate responsibility was adopted by Danish parliament. This independent body has the mandate to investigate corruption allegations and make recommendations to ensure compliance. The OECD also notably welcomed the creation of the institution.
The formation of the institution was part of the government’s 2012-2015 Action Plan for Corporate Social Responsibility. In it, the government recognises the need for increased efforts to promote Danish companies' global accountability to labor and human rights, international environmental standards and the fight against corruption. 

 From Transparency International

Sunday, November 25, 2012

In memory of Philip Jones

Already 3 years gone...
Philip Jones, one of the outstanding critics of the NWO died November 24, 2009. He fell ill in Sept 2009 and suspected an ex-girlfriend  of poisoning him. He was dependent on the Danish health care system, a precarious position given essays like this one from July 2008, a reminder of why we miss him dearly.

With sadness I have to inform that Philip Jones quietly and peaceful passed away this morning [nov. 24th 2009] at Odense University Hospital, Denmark. He had stomach cancer.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


1. Miscommunication leads to green card seeker’s deportation (Copenhagen Post)

2. Dansk statsborgerskab trumfer barnets bedste (Metroxpress in danish)

3. Voldelig far får fuld forældremyndighed (Metroxpress in danish)

4. Dommer: Oliver skal bo hos sin far (Politiken)

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Secretele vikingilor războinici

În vremuri îndepărtate, vikingii au fost cei mai temuţi războinici din Europa, cunoscuţi pentru îndârjirea, curajul şi cruzimea lor. De 1.200 de ani, sunt faimoşi pentru setea lor de sânge, pentru barbarie, iar cronicile vorbesc despre un popor păgân, care călca totul în picioare.
Dar este acesata adevărul? Oamenii de ştiinţă şi istoricii intervievaţi în acest film documentar scot la iveală o faţă nevăzută a acestui popor scandinav, care va schimba pentru totdeauna percepţia noastră asupra lor. Cercetătorii şi arheologii încep să descopere despre vikingi că foloseau o tehnologie ultramodernă pentru a construi faimoasele nave cu care cutreierau mările şi oceanele lumii.
Se pare că scandinavii nu au fost o societate primitivă, ci dimpotrivă, una foarte complexă. Află din acest film documentar secretele din spatele victoriilor acestui popor din Peninsula Scandinavă, tehnologia de mult uitată a armelor vikingilor.

[Articolul este corectat în urma comentariului]

Saturday, September 01, 2012

Government proposes cutting back Danish classes for foreigners

High dropout rate has leaders considering less funding for immigrants to learn Danish

In its recently-released budget proposal, the government said it wanted to cut 200 million kroner from the funds available to language centres that teach Danish to adult foreigners. The proposed cuts amount to 15 percent of the total budget.

The government pointed to the high dropout rate as one of the reasons that the cuts should be made. About 30 percent of students who start Danish classes drop out before they finish, according to reports. [...]

Schmidt-Nielsen said that learning Danish is a vital skill for immigrants and that Enhedslisten would work to see the proposed cuts dropped from the government’s budget.

“It is extremely difficult to cope in Denmark if you do not speak the language,” she said.

More at The Copenhagen Post with comments