A little bit of Enrichment News from Denmark, as reported by our Danish correspondent TB:
Now, it is of course impossible to say anything about what this unlucky Swede might or might not have said. But that really is not important here. The important lesson from this story is that it indirectly demonstrates that you, as an infidel, should not attempt to make contact with members of the Master Race.
And especially not if you are male and the other one is female. She might feel a little unclean and call in the Jackals.
TB has translated the article from Ekstra Bladet:
Man’s life in danger — attacked by group
35-year-old man attacked by group of immigrants at Kokkedal Station — had spoken to foreign woman on the train
A 35-year-old man was in danger of losing his life after severe punishment at Kokkedal Station in Northern Zealand.
“The man arrived at Kokkedal by train. Witnesses on the train saw the man speaking to a foreign — probably Muslim — woman and that the woman, after the conversation, spoke on her phone in a language that the witnesses did not understand,” Ole Hestbæk from the police said to ekstrabladet.dk.
“When the train arrived at Kokkedal the 35-year-old man and the woman got off the train — and witnesses saw the woman nodding towards the man while looking at a group of men waiting for her at the platform.”
Kicked and beaten
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The men attacked the 35-year-old, who is of Danish origin [It was later revealed that the man is of Swedish origin; see Politiken — translator]. He was so severely injured by blows and kicks that he was taken to Rigshospitalet where they at first assumed that his life was in danger.
Ole Hestbæk could report that a few hours after the incident the man had been stabilized and was being monitored at Rigshospitalet.
“At midnight, the victim was able to let the police do an interview from his bed in Rigshospitalet. The police have not yet been able to arrest anyone from the group. But lots of witnesses saw the incident.”
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