Dansk Folkeparti var én kreds fra at gøre rent bord i sønderjylland. Jeg fik lyst til at takke dem, efter at have hørt Peter Wivel svine danskerne til i Deadline. “Sverige er bedre,” siger han Gudhjælpemig. Hele det røde Danmark er gået i sort, kan jeg forstå på Deadline. Jeg har ikke fulgt deres kvaler selv.
Heldigvis var var Anna Libak og Katrine Lilleør mindre forskruede end familien Wivel. Her hvor jeg bor imellem bøsser, bureaukrater og operasangere, kan Enhedslisten og Alternativet danne regering alene, og adressen er ikke Sankt Hans Hospital. Jeg kom i tanker om et foto, jeg tog på Sild – Sylt, som tyskerne siger. Gode, solide, fiskespisende “Sonderjuden”, som min ven siger. Uden dem, ville det jo gå helt i kage i Danmark. Han er selv sonderjude og gammel livgardist.»Valgets største opmuntring: At smålighed og dum forfølgelse ikke sejrede.«
En förklaring till den starka rasismen i Danmark är att landet aldrig gjort upp med sin ww2-historia. Tusentals Waffen SS-frivilliga.
— Henrik Arnstad (@arnstad) 18. juni 2015
Regeringen Löfvens främste rådgivare sætter kulør på hverdagen igen.
Welcome to Italy: this is what a real immigration crisis looks like
With 50,000 boat people in just six months, and more to come, the politics of asylum here is becoming increasingly toxic
Let us suppose that along the coast of Normandy up to one million non-EU migrants are waiting to be packed like sardines in small unseaworthy vessels and to cross the English Channel. Let us suppose that first the Royal Navy, then the navies of a dozen other EU countries, start to search for all such vessels in the Channel right up to the French coast, out into the North Sea and the Atlantic even, and then ferry all the passengers on board to Dover, Folkestone, Hastings, Eastbourne and Brighton in a surreal modern-day never-ending version of the Dunkirk evacuation of 1940. Would the British government agree to take them all? What of the British people? And if they did agree, what would the British government and people do with all the migrants? How would they cope?
Well, Italy has been invaded in just this way, by migrants from many nations all coming over here from Libya. And Italy’s unelected government has agreed to take them all. This makes the Italian people — who are among the least racist in Europe — very angry. It’s hard to blame them.
Recently, Nick Cooke-Priest, captain of the British vessel involved in the rescue mission, HMS Bulwark, told reporters that ‘the indications are that there are 450,000 to 500,000 migrants in Libya who are waiting’ to reach Italy. The British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said ‘We could see hundreds of thousands trying to cross this summer.’
Fabrice Leggeri, the head of the EU’s border agency Frontex, has put the figure even higher, at ‘between 500,000 and a million’. So huge are the numbers that Italian police often just dump coach loads of migrants in town squares or at main railway stations which are then turned into temporary camps. Government policy is to try and spread the migrants out throughout the peninsula to lessen their impact; but now many regional and town councils (of all political persuasions), especially in the north, are in open revolt and refusing to take any more. Scabies is rife (of 46,000 migrants tested this year, 4,700 were infested) and one in four migrants is said by doctors to have Hepatitis C. The anti-immigration vote is rocketing and the Italian left has taken a hammering in the recent regional and city elections. Welcome to Italy: this is what a real immigration crisis looks like