Denmark is currently convulsed with the controversy over the Somali child-rapist, who is no longer required to be deported when he is freed from prison in a few years (see earlier reports here and here). According to opinion polls, the vast majority of Danes are at odds with their multicultural-minded leaders, and want the young culture-enricher shipped out of the country as soon as possible, regardless of any danger he might face when he returns to Somalia.
Our Danish correspondent Kepiblanc has written a cogent essay with his own observations about what is happening now in Denmark.
When justice will be done…
One small step for a Mohammed, one giant leap for Denmark — towards the civil war.
As all readers of Gates of Vienna know, something is rotten in the state of Denmark. The recent verdict by a Danish appeals court carved those words out of the last remaining confidence we might have in our judicial system. In short: one Ahmed Mohammed — a Somali citizen living in Denmark — decides to go on a rampage in a small suburb. He starts out with a 17-year old girl and forces her to perform fellatio. He then carries on and attacks two little girls with a knife and rapes the oldest — a ten-year-old — while the nine-year-old manages to escape. Jobs well done, he celebrates with his fellow culture-enrichers and brags about his heroism. Strangely enough, our hero is apprehended by the police and put to justice. The verdict: Six years behind bars, followed by expulsion to his own country, Somalia. And — reliable as a clockwork — he appeals.
Next verdict: still six years — in Denmark meaning three years — in a luxury prison but only conditional expulsion. Which means no expulsion, no matter what. So now Mr. Mohammed will be accommodated among the Muslim-majority prison population, where he will enjoy his status as a proven Mujahedeen and collect all due respect from the outside Ummah. And in barely two years’ time — he has already served one year in a ‘youth club’ — he can walk right up to the same girls and finish eventually unsettled matters.
If he manages to stay upright while laughing at the Danish judicial system, that is.
For once, this abominable story hit all of our newspapers and TV-channels. For two whole days. Then it vanished as dew on a sunny summer morning. Presumably it had to give way to some royal wedding, a football defeat or the opening of another cosy restaurant. Or some such. Anyway, the comments sections of all online editions suddenly shut down — maybe due to overloading? Danes tend to get upset by certain cultural enrichments, thankless as we are. Nevertheless most comments were readable for about two seconds until the editors could hit the ‘delete’ button. They went like this: “Kill the animal. Now!” — “Emasculate the creep and let him eat the garbage” — and so on and on. And on. You get the general idea.
So when the silence hit the media, the blogs took over. The deluge of comments continued unabated, now including the judges who let Mr. Mohammed off the hook. The adjectives describing those judges are not fit for printing — to say nothing about translating. So I abstain.
And then something happened. Bloggers are not journalists, so they are allowed to think for themselves. Some of them — myself included — raised the question: “Who is to blame?” Mr. Mohammed? — No!… The judges?… Only partially!
Mr. Mohammed is NOT guilty.
As a pious Muslim he simply followed the law as mandated in his holy scriptures. He raped and ruined the life of some white, infidel girls — both above the six-year threshold set by his prophet. No wrongdoing here. He didn’t even kill them. Which he would have been perfectly entitled to do, considering that they now were whores.
But, you may ask, isn’t the law in Denmark above the Sharia?
Again, the answer is NO! Surprising as it may sound, I will return to that answer shortly. In the meantime I will answer the first one: The guilty ones are our own politicians, journalists and our entire ‘nomenklatura’!
But didn’t we elect those politicians ourselves? — Yes, we did. And isn’t Denmark a democracy? — Well, to some extent it is. However, the crux of the matter is that democracy doesn’t equal “rule by the people and for the people” — to say nothing of justice. It is a common misconception that democracy overrides anything else, and thus justifies every thinkable atrocity. Nothing could be more wrong. Hitler and his gang were democratically elected, for instance. From time immemorial the primary concern of the king has been to uphold the peace within his realm. If he failed to do so, he was relieved or killed. Mostly the latter. The task of upholding the peace outweighed everything else, as stated in the Magna Carta and all Danish charters since 1241. Even today our constitution doesn’t distinguish between the entities “king” and “state”. With an amendment added later, that no body should be above the parliament — the Danish Folketing.
Alas, the same Folketing overruled itself and our constitution. By caving in to various outlandish and obscure ‘conventions’ — such as ‘human rights’ — stemming from unelected bodies such as the UN, the EU and ‘International Courts of Justice’, it effectively set aside the fundamental obligation to uphold the peace. The kings of old could “outlaw” a serious perpetrator — any person who threatened the peace. Meaning that if he wanted to stay alive, he had to leave the land. That option stands. But is neglected. To the contrary, our politicians invite armies of “peace-breakers” into our country, free to murder, rape, plunder and behave themselves badly in general. The only downside being that they might face an essentially meaningless ‘punishment’ of a short time in a five-star luxury Quran school… eh… prison. Expulsion to their homelands will never — ever — be executed. No matter what. As the court heard in the present case, “Mr. Mohammed is well integrated into Danish society”. So, to translate it into legalese: “good integration means raping little girls at knife-point.”
Accordingly, by demonstrating that the Folketing is subordinate to foreign authorities our politicians betrayed not only their own charters, but their entire electorate. They broke the peace. Luckily some Danes have memories, especially bloggers like myself. We have precedents. During the German occupation of Denmark our politicians caved in as well. Only this time they can not claim ‘pressure from overwhelming outside military force’. They are on their own now. But can they claim ignorance?
No way! — During the Nazi occupation the Danish Resistance Movement (Danmarks Frihedsraad) issued a warning to the contemporary politicians, journalists and powers-that-be. It was titled “When Denmark is Free Again” and outlined a future judicial code, stating that every person who in any way, manner, shape or form had helped or facilitated the occupation, would be held accountable and — eventually — punished. The document was published in the “underground press” — the contemporary version of our present blogosphere — whose primary edition was the magazine Frit Danmark. Starting from above with the politicians and all the way down to the average John Doe it made no secret of the fact that the death penalty would be reinstated. And it was. Unfortunately the politicians managed to influence the composition of the court — “The Parliamentary Commission” — so only the ‘small fish’ were executed. A lesson learned.
That document has been preserved. And slightly edited. Very slightly. The words ‘Nazi’ has been replaced by ‘Muslim’ and “Nazism” with “Islam”. The phrases “occupation” and “enemy” stand. It is published widely — for example here. So, once again, ignorance is no excuse. And when — not if — the balloon goes up, be it a terror attack with 100 or 1,000 or 10,000 slaughtered Danes, nothing is easier than opening a drawer. And nothing is easier than erecting or reusing a simple log shed — like this one — only this time large enough to accommodate those who broke the peace. If I were a politician, a journalist or some other facilitator for Islam I would have occasional… eh… occupational nightmares with faint reflections of that shed.
Is that a warning?
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