Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Sunday, December 14, 2008

The Resilience of the Commoners

Lars Hedegaards's article Country Report on Islamization: Denmark, presented in Brussels in 2007, is visionary, practical and self standing, is just like an action plan , one of the best...
He supports the idea of resistance, the idea of a large coalition of people and countries to preserve liberty.
1. We must define who is the "we" which the umma is trying to subjugate and which must therefore defend itself. This we must know to be able to identify our potential allies.
Clearly we cannot be defined as "white", "Europeans", "Westerners", "Christian", "people of Greco-Roman or Judeo-Christian background" or the like. People fitting these descriptions are certainly prominent in our ranks, but then we have many other friends who do not match these labels.
The common characteristic of all those who have refused to accept the yoke of islam is precisely that they are determined to preserve our freedom or regain it if it has been lost. Little more can be said of them as a collective.

2. In the likely event that parts of Europe – and probably parts of other Western countries such as the U.S., Canada and Australia – will be lost to parallel societies outside of our political and judicial control – at least temporarily – we need to define achievable objectives for our defensive strategy.
It is clearly not enough for the voters in the democratic countries to elect new governments even if they promise to stem the inundation by umma-members or to resist the islamisation of our countries. Many of our institutions have already been undermined to a degree where they have effectively been turned into bastions of our enemies, and there is little any government, however well-intentioned it may be, can
do to counteract this pernicious influence in the absence of independent and determined popular resistance.

3. We need to develop a strategy that may allow us to achieve our objectives. This means that we must develop a comprehensive and deep strategy equal to that of islam. This strategy must take into account that some of our public and private institutions may opt to side with our enemies unless we force them to side with us.
A successful defensive strategy may necessitate the creation of parallel institutions under our control accompanied by civil disobedience vis-à-vis the official, dhimmified ones – which it a classical occurrence in occupied countries.
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Saturday, December 13, 2008

Denmark to enter recession in 2009

The Danish government slashed its growth forecasts for 2008 and 2009, predicting that the economy would contract by 0.2 per cent in 2009 after growing 0.2 per cent this year.
Financial turbulence and the weak international growth outlook will along with the wavering housing market and weakening competitiveness lead to weak GDP (gross domestic product) growth in coming years,” the Finance Ministry said in a statement.
Denmark’s economy is not expected to grow before 2010, when its GDP should rise by 0.7 per cent.The government also said it now expected Danish unemployment to double from this year’s 1.7 per cent to 3.5 per cent in 2010. The Danish economy can not avoid being affected by the global financial crisis and the poor outlook abroad.

Source: Invest in India

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

A man among others

Danish Computerworld awarded IT Factory, a provider of CRM, HRM and Business Intelligence add-on solutions based on a SaaS delivery model, with the prestigious “Denmark’s Best IT-company 2008″. This week, the company has been declared bankrupt and its managing director Stein Bagger went missing in Dubai while under scrutiny by the police and Interpol.

The remarkable story is all over the Danish press but has remained largely unnoticed outside of the country so far.

Stein Bagger apparently got his hands really dirty: he’s wanted by the Danish police by Interpol for financial fraud and a possible link to an assault on a business man (reportedly executed by members of the Hell’s Angels, a group he was connected to somehow), although charges haven’t been pressed so far. Nobody has seen Bagger since last Thursday, when he disappeared somewhere in Dubai, where he was attending a business conference in the company of his wife and child (his wife is also the one who reported his disappearance).

The Danish press dug up his background after Computerworld did some research in the context of the award that was handed out to IT Factory last week, and it turns out Bagger has connections to two Swedish business men (Carl Freer and Mikael P. Ljungman), who have been both convicted of fraud in the past. Further investigation is still being carried out.

Reporters also found out Bagger had been renting a secret office in a conference hotel since two weeks near the IT Factory offices, which he reportedly used to forge documents and signatures in order to keep the massive-scale fraud going (it concerns about half a billion Danish Kroner or $85 million). Overall, sources assess that up to 90 percent of IT Factory’s turnover had been based on non-existing or false contracts. There’s also talk of a scam where non-existing IT equipment and other stuff was sold to leasing firms, and the cash was sent off to shady offshore companies.

The fraud scandal has many corporations and banks in Denmark licking their wounds. One of the victims is international cycling team CSC-Saxo Bank, led by Bjarne Riis, who counted on IT Factory as one of their main sponsors.

Source: TechCrunch

Monday, December 01, 2008

Miss World 2008

The 58th Miss World Final will be held at Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa on December 13, 2008. Originally, the pageant was going to take place in Kiev, Ukraine, but because of the ongoing crisis between Georgia and Russia in neighboring South Ossetia, the Miss World Organization decided to move the pageant away from Eastern Europe.
Denmark is represented by Miss Lisa Lents who was born in Belarus and grew up in Denmark. She lives in the beautiful city of Copenhagen, which in 2008 ranked ‘the most liveable city to live in the world, it also received an award as ‘Best Design City’. Lisa is currently for her Media Management degree; her ambition is to become a Journalist. Her proudest moment was winning the Junior World Championship in Taekwondo, she is now preparing for the next World Championships which will take place in December, in Turkey. Sports & leisure interests include: Martial Arts; tennis; billiards; football; basketball; fishing; painting; travelling; playing guitar; listening to all types of music from hip hop to country: reading; experimenting with new kinds of foods, but her favourite is Korean. Lisa’s motto is “Anything is possible when you believe in it”.