We’ve posted several times in the past about Vollsmose, a culturally enriched neighborhood of Odense on the Island of Funen in Denmark. A de-facto sharia regime exists in Vollsmose. Neighborhood “youths” harass ethnic Danes and burn cars owned by non-Muslims. Local gangs have been known to shoot at the police.
Our Danish correspondent TB has translated a report on the latest chapter in the ethnic cleansing of the Danes from Vollsmose. In this case, the enrichers’ weapon of choice is burglary, used specifically to target “persons of Danish background” who live in the area.
The translator includes this note:
Pay attention to the Officer in Charge. He is absolutely clueless (or pretending to be?), and his last comment is quite appalling. We are talking about ethnic cleansing here, and he just want to investigate it like any other case.
No wonder the officer who speaks up here wants remain anonymous.
The translated article from yesterday’s B.T.
Police officer: They want the Danes out of the area.
Danes suffer burglary smear campaign in Vollsmose
If your surname is ‘Hansen’ or ‘Nielsen’, and if you live in the Vollsmose neighborhood in Odense, your risk of becoming a victim of a burglary is significantly larger than if you had had a more foreign-sounding surname.
A true intruder smear campaign against ethnic Danes has spread in the troubled district during recent months.
“There is a kind of racism happening out there, where we find that more and more Danes are being chased out of the neighborhood. We have seen a sharp increase in burglaries in the area. Approximately 150 the last four months alone. What is special, though, is that nine out of ten burglaries are directed against ethnic Danes,” a cop at Funen Police explains. He do not want to reveal his identity, out of fear of losing his job. His name is known by the editors of this article. The officer believes that someone is trying to drive the remaining ethnic Danes out of the area.
“Several of the young offenders explicitly said that they want Vollsmose for themselves. Last year we had contact with a Danish family who reported many incidents. The result of the reports: The family’s apartment was vandalized on a weekly basis until they finally gave up and moved out of the area.. Additionally, many of these burglaries resemble real vandalism. It seems like it is a kind of revenge.”
The officer criticizes the authorities’ lack of real handling of the problem. He believes that they are trying to cover up the developments simply because they are controversial.
“Everyone knows it, and it is now an open standing joke among us colleagues (in the police) that when we hear about a burglary, then it’s probably against ethnic Danes. And, unfortunately, we are right almost every time. Why they shut down the discussion I do not know, but I guess it is because it is politically sensitive stuff.”
At the local police office in Vollsmose the deputy police commissioner Bjarne Puggaard confirms that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of burglaries in the area. He does not want to comment on whether ethnic Danes are specifically targeted.
Shortly after the interview with the local police however, www.bt.dk receive a phone call from the head of the entire Funen Police. After a brief reflection, the head of police suddenly confirmed that ethnic Danes are particularly targeted.
“When I read the daily reports and the like, it is my notion that ethnic Danes are over-represented as victims of burglaries in the area. I definitely cannot deny that,” Ebbe Krogaard says. Krogaard is the general manager of the Fyn Police.
He says that in 2010 a total of 94 burglaries were committed against residences in Vollsmose. That figure doubled in 2011. The increase mainly took place in late 2011. Krogaard has no idea as to why it is Danes who are especially hit.
“I have no idea why anyone want to look at the name of the mailbox before committing a burglary. Nor does it have any influence on our approach to this case. We are investigating these cases, like all other matters, and I would like to emphasize that we do everything we can to find the perpetrators.”
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