Sunday, 25 January 2015

Nanna: I was beaten with chains on Christmas Eve

Unlike most people (I think) in today's climate of political correctness, I believe it is important to know which national groups now residing in large numbers in Western societies are more likely to be hostile or violent and which are more friendly and peaceful. It is all too easy to say either that everyone in the world simply has a natural right to live among us or that all blacks or all Asians are this or that when there are very distinct differences between, for example, Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims as religious and national groups in Asia. And, even then, there is a marked difference between Pakistanis whom, in my experience, can be very hard and aggressive, and Bengalis who tend to be gentle and more emotional. Just as there is a big difference between West Indians and Africans and, again, between Nigerians, Ugandans and Somalians, etc. When I was living in London I heard several reports of violence, including stabbings, by Somalian men. The Establishment is not interested in warning us against these people because all they care about is making life harder for us while supplying cheap labour to corporations. The mainstream news is merely propaganda and does not exist to inform us but only to make people think what the Establishment wants them to think. It may be a radical idea but, as a result of my experiences in London, I would definitely like to see immigration policy based on the truth that some nationalities integrate better in our society while some are openly hostile towards it, and towards us, the people of these countries! And by 'us' I mean all those who wish to work for the common good, appreciate our core values and seek to improve society. This is not racial discrimination but practical discernment applied to the protection of citizens which our Government is meant to be interested in but clearly is not.

Denmark: Nanna and her boyfriend Mads was beaten with iron chains by Somali youths, on the way home on Christmas Eve.

For Nanna and her boyfriend Mads, Christmas Eve 2014 will not be quickly forgotten.

The couple from Vesterbro in Copenhagen was knocked down at midnight, when they were on their way home from Christmas Eve with Mads' family.

The couple was walking along the street near Enghave Plads when a young guy came cycling. He was only 16-17 years, but seemed very confrontational.

- 'What are you looking at? Do you have a problem ', he told us several times and got off his bike, Nanna says to Ekstra Bladet.

At one point Mads replied and said to the young guy 'What - what do you want'? and it seem to set set the teenager off.

According Nanna he jumped on Mads with a bottle which he struck him in the head with.

Suddenly several came up from a basement with iron chains, the kind used to lock scooters and motorcycles. They jumped on Mads. He defended himself, while punches and kicks rained down on him, and soon he fell to the ground.

- He shouted at me that I should run, but I was afraid that they would kill him. So I intervened, says Nanna.

She was knocked to the ground and was beaten with chains in her face. Only then the group of young people disappeared.

- People appeared in the windows, and someone came down on the street to help us. Blood streamed from my face, says Nanna.

There were called for an ambulance, and police also came to the site.

The couple were treated at Rigshospitalet's trauma center. Mads fortunately had managed to defend his head. He's got bumps and bruises, but Nanna got the worst beating, and was hit directly in the face with chains, and among other things has lost a tooth and got a split lip.

Nanna and Mads are now trying to recover from the assault. The Christmas holidays with the family in Jylland is canceled.

Nanna describes the perpetrators as migrant youth. One was Somali.

She has subsequently chosen to put her story on Facebook, where the violent images of Nanna was widely shared.

Police confirm assault

Copenhagen police confirms to Ekstra Bladet, that there has been a violent attack in the street of Vesterbro in Copenhagen Christmas Eve, but nobody has been arrested.

However the Police have a description on two of the assailants, stating they were both Somalis.

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