The bureaucrats broke us down

Denmark - a small northern deparment of an European project for the upper class people


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Hired Goons in Covid-19 pandemic

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on October 10, 2020 at 3:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Næstved Storcenter is a shopping mall on the island of Sealand - an island we in Jutland calls the Devils Island.

A unlucky woman tried to buy a cop of coffee from Starbucks inside the mall and she had a permission not to wear mask due to an illness. Still guards or I have to say goons from the G4S firm which as a poor track record with abusive prisons abroad harassed her.

In the end she was arrested for effort to document the harassment. So if George Floyd had been arrested ...

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GDPR is preventing young Danes from getting a job

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on June 21, 2019 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Many young Danes graduate the gymnasium (High School) this summer. Most are looking for a gap year. In the past you got such a job by going from employer to employer with your CV so they could call you once they needed an extra worker.

But not any more. They have to visit each shop every day until there is a vacant place to work because the small shops do not have the security required to store CV in their back room.

The GDPR rules require that you are able...

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New campaign: Remain home 2018

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on January 14, 2018 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (0)

There is a new need for a campaign. This time the campaign is not targeted against business men without conscience like those who lured a lot of innocent teenagers to Prague some years ago where they were subjected to cruel treatment by the local police and Sovjet-like showtrials just because Danish customs among teenagers did not fit local customs.

This time the campaign will target the European Union.

They are about to issue 20,000 Interrail tickets to 18 year olds. While an 18 ...

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The dark hard months in front of many Danes

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on December 30, 2016 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Christmas is over and a new year is in front of us.

For many Danes a new year not only marks a new beginning. It also marks months of hard suffering with no money.

In the time up to Christmas many shop earn most of the entire income for a full year. Book store makes about a third of their earnings during december.

Busy shops means that many shopowners contact a social worker so they can get free employees at their disposal calling it job-training. Most job-training agreement...

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Another reaction to the British asylum attack campain

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 30, 2015 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (0)

All this hatred towards Denmark I don’t understand

Another group of Danes want to inflict damage to our country by luring a number of asylum seekers to our country. We cannot cover the costs of housing them because the authorities have decided to use a costlier standard than the one we used when we housed 200,000 Germans just after the last war.


Why not use the same approach as we did back then? It worked for the Germans who appreciated our effort.

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More reactions from Danes on the British attack

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 20, 2015 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (0)

We found another blog about immigration to Denmark and the false add campain in British newspapers:

British interests try to trick asylum seekers

It is with a mix of outrage and sadness that we Danes have learned that British newspapers paint a false picture of asylums seekers can find in Denmark.

Fact is that there is no future...

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Bloggers report of United Kingdoms attack on Denmark

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (1)

Bloggers report that the government in United Kingdom seems to have asked their newspapers to promote Denmark in favor of themselves so immigrants will target Denmark to be parasites in instead of United Kingdom.


The newspaper Guardian behind a secret attack on Denmark?

The English newspaper "The Guardian" has allowed a disturbed Danish woman to write about asylum seekers and how the supposely should be welcome in Denmark. I am...
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Stabbed in the back (reaction to the British attack)

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 14, 2015 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)

We found another blogger who made an entry about the British attack on Denmark:

Stabbed in the back

A Danish woman was able to make the The Guardian publish an article which could turn out to destroy our country.

If the wrong people read this article Denmark as a nation could go bankrupt. Tons of asylum seekers will go to Denmark where we struggle with burden of housing them.

Maybe we will have to etablish internment camps l...

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Tourists in Denmark are far from a good thing

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on August 14, 2015 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (0)

It has been revealed that half of the tourists visiting Denmark can leave without ever paying their parking tickets. It is an insult to the Danish citizens which are burdened by the huge costs of parking when they commute to their jobs every day.

In parts of Copenhagen - Orestad and Nordhavnen - ordinary workers have to pay $ 246 per months to park near their workplace. This amount equal to about 221 Euros makes it hard for the workers to feed their children if they work in ...

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Danish students should be kept at home - Part I

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on May 20, 2013 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

We have learned that a Danish exchange student was sent home from Gay Mills in Wisconsin because she had sex with a male student.

It seems that this remote state has some kind of laws against youth having sex when they are 17 years of age.

We must demand that our central government over in Copenhagen make legislation which forbid students from becoming exchange students in countries and areas where they cannot have sex and drink alcohol like normal people.

This young girl ri...

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