In Denmark, brutal and unprovoked violence by Muslim migrants against young Danes is becoming part and parcel of daily life. Danish mother tells how her teenage son was savagely beaten into a coma by gang of Muslim migrants for no apparent reason.
Voice of Europe (h/t Thereza B) According to Karina Lindboe Wind, her son Lauritz (photo above) was knocked down from behind, with his head hitting the front of a moving car near Gothersgade. Having been rendered nonconscious from the blow, he was unable to break his fall with his hands, and as a result, went face-first into the pavement. After, one perpetrator is said to have jumped into the air and repeatedly stomped on Lauritz’s face.
Shortly after, Lauritz was rushed by ambulance to the National Hospital’s Trauma Department. He remained unconscious for another after 7 hours until finally coming to. Now he is home, but he has a concussion, and a broken nose and broken eyebrows.
Why did this happen? There is no reason at all! It was just a weekend as usual, only with migrant gangs roaming around, beating and robbing defenseless young boys and girls.
In similar stories, on Monday, a 16-year-old boy – for no reason at all – was punched by two foreign Muslim boys on a street in Hillerød. Apparently, the attackers didn’t like his way of walking, Danish news blog Den Korte Avis reports.
The same day, a 17-year-old girl was attacked by four foreign-looking boys in Helsingør. She was repeatedly punched in the face and was stomped. She was taken to hospital for serious injuries, Den Korte Avis reports.
CLICK ARROW BELOW to see Iraqi Muslim migrants in Denmark show their appreciation by beating up a poor Danish woman. In the beginning of the video, one of them says “ithbah’ha, ithbah’ha” which means “Slaughter her, slaughter her”. The other says “Yalla Imshu” meaning, “let us go now.”
Denmark’s new leftist government will take in more Muslim migrants over the weekend for the first time since 2016 when the country suspended its participation in the UN quota plan.
Voice of Europe In 2016, Denmark suspended its participation in the UN quota plan. A year later, with the support of the national populist Danish People’s Party and the Social Democrats, legislation was passed which allowed the country’s immigration ministry to be the sole decision-maker on just how many migrants the country takes in.
The change in policy took place following last June’s election which ushered in a new leftist government with Mette Frederiksen – the leader of the Social Democrats – at the helm, pledging to enact a string but “fair” immigration policy.