The Latest Trend in Denmark: Long-Distance Beheading?

Here’s the latest prank by those mischievous “youths” in Denmark: long-distance beheading. The young scamps hoped to execute a traditional decapitation without having to lay a hand on a scimitar or get blood on their Nikes. Their apparent plan was truly demonic, and tragedy was only averted by sheer luck.

It makes you wonder: don’t Muslims use the bike path? Or did the word go out through culture-enricher networks not to travel down that particular path on that particular night? Or did the perpetrators simply not care who encountered their trap?

Many thanks to Tania Groth for translating this article from

Insane death traps in Danish town: Random people risk getting their heads cut off

Photo caption: It was here between a tree and a light pole on a path in central Korsør that the three volunteers found iron wire that someone had strung up across the path at a height of one and a half meters [4′ 10″]. Two of them, Rasmus Erichsen and Janni Rasmussen were along on the evening they came across the wire.

The volunteers “The Night Ravens” in Korsør are used to a bit of everything when they, weekend after weekend, patrol the town of Korsør and its night life in order to help prevent violence and crime.

But the sight of what they found on June the 24th at about 11:30pm, was of a character that truly shocked the three Night Ravens on duty that night.

“I’ve never seen anything like that. It could kill completely random people” says one of the volunteers, 37 year old Janni Rasmussen.

On a heavily trafficked bike path next to one of Korsør’s major roads close to the center of town, a long piece of wire was tautly strung between a lamp and a tree. The wire is of the thick kind that is also used for fencing.

Photo caption (not shown): It was iron wire like this that young people strung across a bike path in Korsør. It is, amongst other things, used for fencing.

The iron wire was strung up at a height of one and a half meters and served as a so-called trip-wire.

A trip wire has the devilish effect that it does not give if you walk, run or cycle into it at high speed.

“It’s completely crazy and could have cost human life. Imagine bicycling, and it hits your throat. Then you would cut off your head!” says Janni Rasmussen, who, along with colleagues Rasmus Erichsen and Benjamin Erichsen were on patrol that night, and by accident discovered the iron wire.

The case follows in the wake of several cases of gross harassment against completely random people that have been in the headlines in recent years. First, it was random drivers who experienced being hit by concrete blocks, stones, and metal screws thrown from highway bridges. For a German family this ended in tragedy when a mother of a little boy was killed while the father ended up brain-damaged when they were inadvertently hit by a 30 kilo [67 lb] stone thrown from a Funen motorway bridge. The stone went through their windshield. Since then, drivers from all over the country have experienced wheel bolts being loosened on their cars so that they risk the wheels’ falling off while driving.

Lately it was a group of partying students who were attacked with fire crackers, bottles and eggs as they were out celebrating their graduation.

The wire incident also took place that same weekend.

And the iron wire was not the only meaningless destruction that the three Night Ravens encountered that night.

On a heavily-trafficked road, young men had thrown large concrete tiles on the road — most likely with the intent of harassing passing motorists or some of the student wagons (a Danish tradition of students partying and celebrating their graduation riding around town on trucks) that were especially numerous that Saturday evening.

And at the nearby Gasværk Street there was an ordinary cord strung between a lamp and a tree — the same principle as the wire. It was, however, strung somewhat more loosely than the iron wire.

The three volunteer Night Ravens managed to catch a glimpse of five or six youngsters leaving the place, but they were 200 yards away, so they could not see who they were.

“We could only see that there was a group of young people, but not who they were. However, we know that there are a number of maladjusted youths who make trouble. We are quite convinced that they are the ones behind these acts,” says Janni Rasmussen.

“It’s frightening. As I see it, it’s a form of terror that is going to hurt completely innocent people,” she adds.

Photo caption (not shown): On Gasværk Street a cord was also stretched between a light pole and a tree.

The three Night Ravens removed the iron wire, just as they removed the many tiles from the road.

Subsequently they contacted the police, who said they would send a patrol. Whether they did so, the Night Ravens don’t know. In any case, they didn’t see any police.

South Zealand and Lolland-Falster police confirm the events to BT (Berlingske Tidende).

21 thoughts on “The Latest Trend in Denmark: Long-Distance Beheading?

  1. Islam is a bloody death cult done in the name of a moon god who they pretend is the Almighty. By their fruit of their hands we recognize that their god is satan.

    • Affinity, the supremacist utopian system known as Islam isn’t “pretending” their belief in Allah. They may be dystopian killers, but don’t condescend.

      • Dymphna, I have to disagree with you here. Affinity didn’t say they were pretending their belief in allah. Their belief is indeed real, as you suggest. It would perhaps have been more accurate to state that they believe in a pretend Almighty. However, their belief that he is the Almighty (a made-up, non-existent deity created by mohammed to justify his personal perversions and murders) is certainly a pretense as originated by mohammed – as Affinity stated – even if mohammed was the first one to know for a fact that allah is a “pretend” Almighty. I’m quite sure there are many other muslims, such as the deceased Ayatollah Khomeini, who knew allah was never real.

        That is not condescension, it is fact. allah is no more real, islam is no more real, than the “Church” of Scientology. At least L. Ron Hubbard wasn’t as perverted as the child-rapist, mohammed. And his followers are not simply killers, they are sex-slavers, torturers of children, abusers of women, burners, beheaders, drowners, and crucifiers of Christian men, women, and children – thoroughly sick animals the world could well do without. All at the behest of their pretend moon-god and his “prophet”, who indeed profited from the creation of the cult of islam.

        ISIS is the perfect expression of the cult of islam, and they adhere to the commands of the qur’an in all that they do.

    • I don’t see any connection whatsoever with Islam in this piece, despite the innuendo about the scimitar, etc. Nor is there in the Danish original. Come on GoV, you can do better than this.

  2. It’s not personal, Sonny. It’s strictly business.

    Islam has a proprietary interest in God, the way Disney has in Mickey Mouse.

    The wires are merely a form of enforcing legitimate franchise entitlements. Every person must interface with the Almighty through the Musselmen subscription protocol. Any other form of spiritual communication is a capital offense according to the Universal Divine Service Agreement.

    Well, scimitar-wielding enforcement agents are not always available on a real-time basis, so the wires are provided for a public convenience, available to everyone with no restriction upon hours of usage. Multiple wires have been installed to avoid waiting, kind of like the “self-checkout” stations at Walmart.

    After fourteen centuries, these guys really get to know what they’re doing. There are few economies and efficiencies they overlook. That’s why God put them in charge.

    Trust me.

    • If they were really all that good, I’d trust you. They’ve had 1400 years to take over the world and they failed. The only thing aiding them now is the implosion of Western culture.

      Three things to avoid:

      Never eat at a restaurant called Mom’s
      Never draw to an inside straight.
      Never believe anyone who says “Trust me”.

      • And never import muslims into your country. If you think they have failed after 1400 years, take another look at all GOV prints about the collapse of Western civilization in Europe. Do you really think Western Europe is going to recover? I think the muslims – and their abettors in EU government – are doing quite well for themselves.

        Thank goodness for the former Eastern bloc countries – especially Poland, our savior the last time islam attempted to overrun Europe. Hopefully, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, etc. will be a bulwark against all of Europe falling, as it seems likely to do – although I don’t think they will stop them at the Gates this time. The barbarians are already through the gates.

  3. Wires were stretched across roads at night by the “fedayeen” in the Canal Zone in Egypt to kill British despatch riders. This was in the early 1950s during the State of Emergency.

    “Lay ambushes for them and go after them in every stratagem of war” – Koran 9:5.

    In response army Land Rovers were fitted with upright protector bars at the front.

  4. The wire across the road is an old islamic stunt. I first became aware of it when Egyptian militias strung wire across roads in order to decapitate British motor cycle messengers and drivers of open topped jeeps during World War ll.

  5. The Hell’s Angels use similar wires to decapitate pursuing motorcycle cops.

    Those who are doing this in Denmark require extensive parking lot therapy.

  6. They say they can’t create anything and they say they do not have an imagination.
    Well liberals can celebrate! Their pets actually shown some ingenuity… of course not the good kind, but hey…

  7. I’m not completely sure the object throwing thing has anything to do islam, unfortunately, over here there were cases of simply bored teens doing similar things. Doesn’t change the fact that such behaviour is unacceptable, of course.

    As for the wire thing, as far as I know it’s not possible to reach speeds fast enough to literally decapitate a person on a bike (something like a rollercoaster or a car would be needed for that), but it would definitely make enough damage to cause a person’s death or severely injure them.
    Do they not have cameras on the streets in Denmark? They should be able to find out who did it with that technology (of course, if it’s a person in a hoodie with sunglasses, this kind of information is pretty useless).
    Either way I do not understand this kind of humour, unless, of course, it was actually planned this way.

  8. I’m sick and tired of hearing “Oh imagine the horror . . . imagine . . . ”
    I want to hear “Remember the horror . . . Remember!”

  9. Love the idea of the Night Ravens. Seems like the Danes have the right idea Would like to know more!

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