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Denmark’s Prime Minister extremely worried about parallel societies and Islamisation

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He’s just noticing now? Mr. Prime Minister, have you not scoffed at Dutch PM Gert Wilders’s warnings for well over a decade now? How many Muslim migrants did his government allow in?

Denmark’s Prime Minister extremely worried about parallel societies and Islamisation

Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen held a somewhat unconventional New Year’s speech this year.

While other European leaders mostly ignored the specific problems related to migration in their countries, Rasmussen chose to be more explicit about them:

“We must break the chain in which generation after generation lives in a parallel society. A child has only one childhood. It must not be wasted.”

“There are parallel societies throughout the country.. I’m talking about neighbourhoods where teenagers are forced into marriages with someone they do not love; in which women are considered to be worth less than men.”

The Danish Prime Minister also reacted to reports of children who were forced to visit their home countries for dubious reasons:

“There are children and young people being sent for re-education if they become too Danish. Parents are punishing children. It should be the other way around. We must step in as a society. Support children and punish parents.”

Although Rasmussen did not mention Islam explicitly, in an earlier interview he did say there is a relation between Islam and parallel societies. In the interview he mentioned that Muslims have taken control of parts of Denmark and created areas with a “different set of rules”.

The creation of parallel societies is also clearly related to Muslim migrants in Germany, Sweden and several other European countries.

It’s the same with the problem of forced marriages: After the influx of Muslims during Europe’s migration crisis, forced marriages have become a serious problem for several European governments.

To solve the problems of parallel societies in his country, Rasmussen wants to “introduce a new target to end ghettos completely. In some places, by breaking up concrete and pulling down buildings. Spreading the residents and housing them in different areas.”

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