Tuesday, November 01, 2005

War in France, War in Denmark

Via Danish blog Viking Observer, slightly edited by me for some linguistic mistakes. Notice that this clearly was planned, and that the youths themselves see it as a revenge for Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten "insulting" Muslims with the now famous cartoons of Muhammad.

UPDATE: Some thoughts on this from The Adventuress:

Training the Dhimmies. . .

Earlier in the comments section to another post, I expressed my opinion that the French riots have nothing much to do with the deaths of two Muslim boys who acted foolishly -- rather, I see the riots as a training exercise, using violence to intimidate the French and soften them up for more dhimmitude.

War in France, War in Denmark

A very similar series of riots has been running for four days in Århus, Denmark. Little of this has penetrated the English language sections of Danish media. Rosenhøj Mall has several nights in a row been the scene of the worst riots in Århus for years. "This area belongs to us", the youths proclaimed. Sunday evening witnessed a new arson attack. Their words sounded like a declaration of war on the Danish society. Police must stay out. The area belongs to immigrants.

Four youths sit by the wall in Rosenhøj Mall Sunday afternoon, calling themselves spokesmen for the groups that three nights in a row have ravaged and tried to burn down a restaurant and other stores. Around the parking lot, cars with youngsters from the immigrant community are swarming, and many are walking around, greeting each others with a sense of victory after the worst riots in the city of Århus in years. Every night 30-40 youths took part, especially immigrants. Only two were arrested. That was a victory.

"We knew you would be coming. We are spokesmen", said a young man with a black knitted hood on his head, when Jyllands-Posten visited Rosenhøj Mall Sunday. He was angry. Very angry. Behind him the pub Hot Shot has scars from attacks with cobble stones, and the stores along the parking lot besides the small mall have their windows covered with adhesive tape in a spiderweb pattern. Four hours after the short meeting, Falck, a Danish privat emergency service, sent a group of fire engines under police escort to the nursery Kjærslund on Søndervangs Allé, right across the street from Rosenhøj Mall.

A window has been shattered at the back of the house, and the fire had been blazing, apparently because of gasoline poured onto the floor and put on fire. Falck stopped on Viby Square, a couple of kilometers from the site of the arson attack, waiting for the police to turn up so they could be escorted to the nursery. Two nights earlier, other Falck-employees were threatened when they were covering up broken shop windows. Cobblestones had smashed the shop windows from one end of the mall to the other. The police wrote in their report Saturday night that the youths had their stones with them in bags, when they came to Rosenhøj. Saturday morning a 16-year-old Somali boy was incarcerated, accused of aggravated assault, as he Friday evening threw a cobblestone through a window in the bakery. The stone passed close to baker Børge Svalø's face.

He calls himself 100 percent Palestinian, born in a refugee camp in Lebanon 19 years ago, and now unemployed in Denmark. "The police have to stay away. This is our area. We decide what goes down here". And then the story of the drawings of the Prophet Muhammed comes around: We are tired of what we see happening to our Prophet. We are tired of Jyllands-Posten. I know it isn't you, but we won't accept what Jyllands-Posten has done to the Prophet", he says aggressively, and the others nod approvingly. Two of them are Turks, and it is the first time that Turks and Palestinians have acted together, the 19-year-old says. "We have planned this for three weeks. That is why only two were arrested Saturday night. The police will cordon it all off. But we know the ways out", he claims, and then disappears, munching on a piece of pizza from Fun Pizza. The pizzeria windows are held together by adhesive tape after attacks with cobblestones.

5 Comments:

At November 01, 2005 7:25 PM, Blogger talnik said...

There's plenty of nice real estate here in the states! The people are nice (except in New York),there's lots to do (except in Kansas), we actually like our illegal immigrants and they like us, and if you don't mind working for a living, you can get rich! Plus, you can get insulted by half of Europe every day while their continent goes down the toilet!

Buy now while prices are still low!

 
At November 01, 2005 10:45 PM, Blogger Heloise said...

The rule of law and order has broken down in Paris and Denmark.

Democracies cannot exist where there is no rule of law and order.

Time is running out for Europe.

 
At November 02, 2005 3:10 AM, Blogger GunJam said...

Frightening developments! Thank you for keeping us all apprised. On the one hand, my message to the Dutch and French Governments is to grow some cojones and spray these hooligans down with fire hoses. If that doesn't work, shoot them.

If anyone here thinks that sounds the least bit harsh, let me ask you a question. Imagine for a moment, if the situation were reversed, and Dutch or Danish foreigners living in Gaza or Turkey began rioting in a similar fashion, . . . . Just how patient, kind, and gentle do you think the Arab or Turkish authorities would be? How long do you think they would wait before unleashing hot lead on the miscreants? -- gunjam

 
At November 02, 2005 12:02 PM, Blogger Olivia said...

There was only a very brief mention the other day on the news, re the French riots, and only once, so we wouldn't know it's been going on for days. And this is the first I have heard of the same happening in Denmark, which is not good considering our Mary is your future Queen. ! But perhaps it is because we have more important things to go on and on and on about on our news here in Australia: the Melbourne Cup (horse race), and Charles & Camilla visiting the U.S.

Although, to be fair, we have had a credible terror threat and we've been haggling over new anti-terror laws. But you'd think such news about riots by Muslims in France and Denmark would be very apropos. Well, maybe not according to the MSM, who choose to denigrate John Howard about his "draconian" anti-terror law proposal that will "destroy the civil rights of Australians". If more Australians were aware of what goes on, courtesy of Muslims, then the MSM wouldn't have much of a case, now, would they? You'd think the MSM were biased or something.

 
At November 04, 2005 9:05 AM, Blogger oskar said...

To my knowledge we haven't had any such immigrant riots in Sweden - yet.

There was an incidend in a suburb of the town of Södertälje (south of Sthlm) earlier this fall. Fortunately the police responded with full force (riot gear, hounds, etc.). Sure, this provoked some people and upset others. But, it did show the 'street' that the police mean business and that they CAN hit back.

 

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