Denmark has stolen children from their foreigner parents

Sunday, February 28, 2010

New ACTA Leak: Denmark Does Not Support Transparency

Throughout the debate over ACTA transparency (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement), many countries have taken public positions that they support release of the actual text, but that other countries do not. Since full transparency requires consensus of all the ACTA partners, the text simply can't be released until everyone is in agreement. Of course, those same countries hasten to add that they can't name who opposes ACTA transparency, since that too is secret.

In an important new leak from the Netherlands (Dutch, English translation), a Dutch memorandum reporting back on the Mexico ACTA negotiation round names, pointing specifically to which countries support releasing the text and which do not. According to the Dutch memo, the UK has played a lead role in making the case for full disclosure of the documents. However, the memo indicates that several countries are not fully supportive including Belgium, Portugal, Germany, and Denmark. Of these four countries, the Dutch believe that Denmark is the most inflexible on the issue.

The memo also provides additional new information on the substance of the Mexico meeting. It confirms that countries are still not willing to make significant concessions. The countries are closing in on agreement on the border measures chapter, but are finding disagreements on civil enforcement due to differing legal systems. There is still no agreement on transit shipments or exports, nor on the scope of the treaty (EU continuing to push for broader coverage).

This is an important leak, since it provides at least one perspective on who remains a barrier to ACTA transparency. Those in the U.S., South Korea, Singapore, Belgium, Portugal, Germany, and Denmark should be demanding answers from their leaders.

From here

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Denmark by Trier

Tourism officials hope the acclaimed Danish director's bleak vision of unsettling sexuality and brutal violence will attract more visitors to Denmark.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Free heroin clinic in Denmark

After years of contention, Denmark on Monday opened its first clinic equipped to distribute free heroin under medical supervision to people heavily addicted to the drug.
The Scandinavian country joins a number of countries like Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany to allow prescriptions for medicinal heroin, or diamorphine, to be written out to a small group of addicts so hooked on the substance that more traditional substitutes like methadone have no effect.
The clinic is set to serve only 120 of some 300 hard-core heroin addicts, or only about one percent of all drug addicts in the country.
"Our objective is not to cure heroin addicts, but to help those who are not satisfied by methadone by providing them with clean heroin, allowing them to avoid disease and the temptation of criminal acts to obtain the drug," a doctor and head of the clinic Inger Nielsen told AFP.
Only addicts who have been referred from a methadone centre for treatment and who voluntarily request to enter the clinic will be permitted to participate in the programme, Nielsen said.
They will be treated with methadone for the first 14 days "so we can determine how much heroin to prescribe," she added.
The Danish parliament passed a law legalising the distribution of medicinal heroin in 2008, but the opening of the clinic was delayed until the city of Copenhagen agreed to house the programme.
The User Association, a group representing drug addicts, remains critical, blasting that patients are required to go to the clinic twice a day, seven days a week, to receive their doses.
"This means living like a zombie, without being able to hold down a job or study or have hobbies," head of the association Joergen Kjaer told reporters.

Source AFP

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Danish aborigens should watch this 2008 movie starring Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce to understand that muslims are not how they are presented by the brainwashing mass-media.
Danish should remember that muslims does never forgive.
Of course, the truth is complicated.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Thai women in Denmark

For who is interested, here is a documentary presented by the danish television DR1 (english subs) about Thai women's life in Denmark and marriages with danes.

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Canada threatens Denmark

Their dispute over the ownership of tiny Hans Island has cooled in recent years, but conflict between Canada and Denmark is heating up over another diminutive object of contention: the northern shrimp.

Even though Denmark's shrimp haul amounts to just about one per cent of the total quota in the area -- of which Canada controls about 80 per cent -- the dispute raises the spectre of future struggles between the two countries at a time when warming waters and retreating sea ice in Arctic waters are expected to dramatically expand fishing activity in the coming decades between Nunavut and Greenland.

Read the full article at The Ottawa Citizen