A citizen journalist in the city of Odense took some pretty wild pictures recently as this person visited Vollsmose; a Muslim ghetto.
There are three prayer rooms in the malls and signs in Arabic everywhere.
(All photos will be listed in the end of the article)
The citizen journalist in his/her anonymous article (published on https://denkorteavis.dk/2016/pa-sightseeing-i-vollsmose-centret/ ) also says that when he/she with his/her partner chose to park at the police station because they had valuables in their car, they saw that the police vehicles were behind huge fences with barbwire, making it look like the police can’t have their vehicles in peace.
Many stores only have Arabic signs, and there are no Danish employees.
Only Arabs and North-Africans.
There are very few women, and the few present are all dressed in accordance to Islam.
The citizen journalist, on his/her visit to Vollsmose, also saw that all the cheap apartment neighborhoods had satellite dishes installed. (Not a lot of Danish TV being watched)
The number of baptized children have dropped with over 18% over the last five years — according to the church ministry of Denmark.
The reason for this is that the parents do not wish to make the choice for their children.
So says Karen Marie Sø Leth-Nissen, a theologian who is in the middle of a study as to why more and more parents don’t get their children baptized.
“The main reason why parents don’t get their kids baptized is because they feel it should be up
to the kids when they grow older.
It’s a sign of the individualization that is a mega-trend in our society.”
Meanwhile divorces in Denmark skyrocket.
In 2014, 19.435 married couples got divorced — the highest number ever.
Remember, Denmark is a small country with only 5.659.715 citizens.
It also surfaced (once again) that Denmark is the second most unfaithful nation in the world
and the most unfaithful in Europe.
Wikipedia hysterically states that there are 4.634.250 Christians living in Denmark, approximately 83 percent, which couldn’t be more false.
Denmark is extremely hostile towards Christianity.
You have to live here like I do to really grasp how much it is hated,
but this screenshot tells it pretty well.
It’s a screenshot from Facebook, and the oldest television station in Denmark called Denmark’s Radio posted an article about what was previously mentioned, that baptisms drop in numbers drastically.
The comments reflect society very well.
Keep in mind that this Facebook page has many different likers, since the TV station has shows for everyone, so this is in fact the general opinion.
Casper Jensen with 105 likes calls Christianity superstition.
Kasper Pedersen’s image speaks pretty clearly.
And this is the general opinion you get everywhere.
If you wish to see for yourself how romantic life works in Denmark,
this short video will demonstrate how easy it is to cheat by logging into
a website specifically designed for cheating on your partner.
So maybe there is a connection here.
No Christ = A lot of cheating and divorcing.
Just like a lot of vegetarians don’t eat meat because it goes against their philosophy.
On that subject, a Danish TV show’s concept for the participants is to get married the day
they meet. Each and everyone of them from both two seasons have been divorced.
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A new study shows that 46% of Danish married people have had an affair.
Every other Dane admits that they at some point in their marriage have had an affair, according to new numbers from Statista.
Denmark is number two on the list of the most cheating countries in the world.
Number one is Thailand.
It is also promoted on national TV, directly promoted by Suzanne Bjerrehus and Karen Thisted.
Two elderly women, surprisingly.
They are a duo and good friends and have had many programs on national TV.
They had a deal with a Danish newspaper to make a series of short 10-15 minute online shows each week called “Man or mice”, and in one episode Thisted stated: “I am very much pro-adultery” and went on to explain that no human is meant to be with the same partner forever, followed by a big call for adultery before the show ended.
This is still available online.
Danish TV station DR (the first Danish TV station) also posted an article promoting adultery, read more about that story here:
A Danish TV show had a segment about cheating in Denmark, which can be seen here:
The Danish divorce rate is also going drastically up.
In 2013, 36.449 people got divorced.
In 2012 it was 30.292. That’s an increase of 20%.
More news on Denmark and its culture can be found on this blog.
One parent, Per J, is not happy about where his child who’s in second grade will go next week with her classmates.
The school is taking the kids (who are approximately 7-8 years old) to a place called “The Tiger’s Nest”.
The dad has heard around town that this place is a cult or a sect and that something sketchy most certainly occurs at this place.
It is proven in the past that sex-cults do exist in Denmark, that’s a documented fact, so this could very well be true.
Even if it is not a cult and it is “just” a tantra-sex course where people learn sex, is that really a place for an 8 year old?The school leader says: “We have to prepare our pupils for a good education and a good life, and a local business like The Tiger’s Nest is a good place to visit in regards to that.”This, however, is enough and over the line for even the Danes.
At least most of them.Eva Jakobsen comments on Facebook:
“I’m not uptight at all, but there has to be a limit, and that limit has been reached!”The other comments in this screenshot basically say the same except for Christina Larsen who says:
“In our home we also have sex, does that mean our kids can’t live here?” with 17 likes.Be sure to check out the other news stories out of Denmark, that you won’t hear on mainstream television.Oh, link to original source if you think this is fake: http://ekstrabladet.dk/nationen/far-forarget-over-2-klasses-skoletur-de-dyrker-tantra-sex/5415116