Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Walking Wounded

Cultural Enrichment News

Our Danish correspondent TB, who translated the following article, includes this comment:

I don’t know whether this might be a Hells Angels action or an immigrant-on-immigrant incident. There is a lot of internal fighting amongst immigrant groups as well (just like in the countries they come from). My feeling is that these incidents happen so often now that the situation is comparable to a low-intensity civil war. Or at least it will be in the very near future.

Anyway, a cultural enricher got himself shot last night.

From Ekstra Bladet:

Walked around the street with a gunshot wound in his head

21-year-old in a shootout in Copenhagen

Last night, when police arrived at Ørnevej in the northwestern area of Copenhagen after reports of a shootout, they found a 21-year-old man on the street. He walked around holding his hands to his head.

“He had been hit by a shot in the right side of his head,” Peter Steffensen, spokesman for the Copenhagen Police Department, says to
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Police were called at 01:17 when locals heard shots in the area.

“At this point we do not know what is behind this incident,” Peter Steffensen says.

The 21-year-old is of foreign origin but was not previously known in connection with gang activity.

He went into surgery last night. The latest news from Rigshospitalet [main hospital in Denmark] is that he is in critical condition, but that he is stable. Police hope that they will be able to interrogate him later today.

No one has been arrested.


IrishNationalUnity said...

I love the new diversity logo. Very much something you'd expect of some lefty organisation telling us how we should celebrate things when the only way to celebrate it seems to be in an abstract manner. It doesn't make sense. I look forward to hearing more news from the cultural enrichers.

Afonso Henriques said...

Me too loves the Cultural Enrichment logo!

But, Jesus... is Denmark actually that bad? As to say that it is near a low civil war intensity conflict?

I can imagine Belgium and Sweden coming down but Holland (The Netherlands) and Denmark export such a paradisiac and utterly Civilised image of themselves that it is hard to imagine that they're worst than Portugal or Spain.