Sunday, July 12, 2009

Pyromania in Århus

Cultural Enrichment News

Here’s some more enrichment news, this time involving the youths’ favorite modus operandi: fire. TB, who did the translating, has this to say:

This is another specialty of these poor-suppressed-minority-kids-who-have-suddenly-found-themselves-in-evil-racist-Denmark-and-therefore-need-to-take-out-their-frustrations-because-of-the-lack-of-understanding-that-they-face-every-day: Setting things on fire.

We have seen a lot of it lately and in many ghettos it is a daily routine.

Translated from Århus Stiftstidende:

Youngsters burn down abandoned house

Abandoned house on Malmøgade burned down. So was a container on Trillegårdsvej.

The house is known to be used by youngsters from the neighborhood, and just before the fire four youngsters were seen driving away in a white Opel Astra. Probably a 1985 model [Weird, actually — they usually drive Mercedes or BMW — translator].

The witness who saw the youngsters stated that their behavior was suspicious.
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The fire was very serious, and when the firefighters arrived there was a risk that the fire would spread to neighboring houses. But they managed to get the fire under control. The house burned to the ground.

Shortly before, at 22.40, the fire brigade in Århus was called because of a fire in a 600-liter container for paper at Trillegårdsvej 92.

The fire melted the container and damaged the surroundings.

Three youngsters were seen driving away from the container on a scooter. They were of an ethnic origin other than Danish.


Previous posts about Cultural Enrichment:

2009 Jun 27 Today’s Cultural Enrichment News
    27 Cultural Enrichment, Coming to a Country Near You
    28 Portuguese Cultural Enrichment
    28 More Danish Enrichment
    29 Cultural Enrichment in Paris
    29 Cultural Enrichment in Berlin
    29 Today in Denmark
    29 Cultural Enrichment in Scotland
    29 A Baby as a Weapon
    30 Cultural Enrichment in Italy
    30 Today’s Danish Dose
    30 Cultural Enrichment in Sweden
  Jul 1 Cultural Enrichment in Manchester
    1 Cultural Enrichment in Germany
    2 Cultural Enrichment in Brisbane
    2 Target: The French Police
    3 Sex-Slaves in Århus
    3 Cultural Enrichment from Bosnia
    4 Cultural Enrichment in Fredericia
    5 Cultural Enrichment in Leicester and Nottingham
    5 Machine Guns, Motorcycles, and Crimes of Opportunity
    6 Cultural Enrichment in Malmö
    8 Cultural Enrichment in Norway
    9 Cultural Enrichment in Nørrebro
    9 Saving the Children — For Pederasty
    9 Cultural Enrichment in Hull
    9 Taking it Out on the Baby
    10 Police Ambushed in Amadora
    10 Today’s Enriched Danish Pastries
    11 Cultural Enrichment in Austria
    12 Kicked in the Stomach and Burned With a Cigarette — for “Trespassing”

11 comments:

Jedilson Bonfim said...

Three youngsters were seen driving away from the container on a scooter. They were of an ethnic origin other than Danish.

I'll bet ethnic Danes financed the purchase of that scooter, through the fat welfare checks that those 'yoots', or their parents, get for sitting on their asses and banging their heads on the ground while facing Mecca five times a day.

Zenster said...

Jedilson Bonfim: ... banging their heads on the ground while facing Mecca five times a day.

You'll be pleased to know that the most devout Muslims proudly display their forehead calluses for all to see (five links). Also known as a zabeeba (raisin), it is a "badge of distinction" among ultra-pious Muslim males.

However, once this happens, I think we'll all probably start referring to them as "aim points".

Robin Shadowes said...

They call it zabeeba. I call it Bull's Eye... :D

Robin Shadowes said...

"However, once this happens, I think we'll all probably start referring to them as "aim points"."

I do however, much prefer this picture:

http://snappedshot.com/archives/2639-Ground-Zero-Ocean.html

teacher.paris said...

How is it possible that in seven year on the Arabian Peninsula I have never seen one of these bruised forheads?

Zenster said...

teacher.paris: How is it possible that in seven year on the Arabian Peninsula I have never seen one of these bruised forheads?.

ADD, perhaps? Why don't you tell me. Those pictures include some exceptionally prominent Muslims. Maybe you were hanging out with a bunch of impious slackers.

PS: It's not a "bruise", its a full blown case of hyperkeratosis.

From the last link:

The process of hyperkeratosis or calvus (as it’s also known) is accelerated through the exposure to secondary fungal and bacterial infections found where calluses normally preside - on bare feet.

As worship is a communal experience and ritual cleansing of the extremities with just water are a part of that process, it does not remove all fungus and bacteria from the feet.

When the forehead meets the floor, the pressure and friction “plow the field” so to speak, and there among the corns of the guy’s feet in front of you, the seed of a zabeeba is sown
.

Next up, athlete's foot of the hairline. Tape at eleven.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

Zenster, I knew about those calluses, but the article describing them as a mahoundian "third eye" was hilarious. It will be an invaluable addition to my mahoundian lexicon.

And, if we really think about it, based on how mahoundians' primitive bedouin savagery manifests itself in their behavior, couldn't we conclude that they actually use that particular eye way more often than the pair that contains optical nerves and connections to their pea-brains?

Zenster said...

Jedilson Bonfim: ... couldn't we conclude that they actually use that particular eye way more often than the pair that contains optical nerves and connections to their pea-brains?.

I would even go so far as to suggest that the West institute a no-charge program designed to open their "third eyes" with 50 caliber scalpels. To be certain that those with the most prominent zabeebas are likely to be extreme fundamentalists and most in need of immediate treatment.

PS: Glad to give you a larf.

Zenster said...

JB, another picture that you might like.

Jedilson Bonfim said...

Zenster, thanks for that one, which I've actually seen a few times.

There are a couple more featuring the same theme, which I don't know if you know, but I'm sure you'll find hilarious. I could have linked just the photos, but I'm sure the whole article will be worth checking out.

Robin Shadowes said...

Thanks for the new pictures and the humor page. :)