Henrik Clausen took these photos the other day at Copenhagen’s central railway station. Just like the rest of Europe, Denmark is welcoming the “refugees” into its home.
Well, some of Denmark, anyway. Not all of it.
The woman in the background holding the sign may be a native Dane; it’s hard to tell from this distance. But the woman in the foreground most assuredly isn’t.
And take a closer look at her sign:
The message at the top is the same as the message at the bottom. That is, “Ku soodhawow Danma[r]k isoo raac” means “Welcome to Denmark follow me” — in Somali.
It’s a Somali welcoming Somalis to their new Nordic home.
And there’s no Danish on that sign, none at all.
If I were a Dane, I’d be pretty ticked off. In fact, I am pretty ticked off, and I have scarcely a drop of Danish blood in me.
This is madness, utter madness. And it will not end well.