Sunday, February 12, 2012

Denmark: 1,000 police descend on Muslim gangs in citywide sweep

The problem is now so great, the Danish police have to go in as a small army, a battalion if you will, armed to the teeth and ready to literally do battle with a known and entrenched enemy.

The Danish authorities should be treating this as an invasion rather than civil unrest done by gangs of youths.  That thinking worked in the 70s, it doesn't work now.

From Jihad Watch Feb 12 by Nicolai Sennels

Denmark: 1,000 police officers in coordinated crackdown on Muslim gangs

ThThe Sun reported in 2010 how Muslims took over the British underworld: "'Religion is important to us only as a way of defining who we can trust and who we can work with.' Amir adds: 'Young Muslim gangs aren't worried about what Allah makes of their criminal ways — they don't believe in it to that extent. Through religion we speak the same language, live in the same areas, go to the same schools and can even use mosques as a safe place away from the police or other gangs. If you f*** with a Muslim gang you'd better be able to run fast or hide well, because they will come back at you in numbers.'"
Copenhagen Municipality estimates that the immigrants gangs -- which are in fact Muslim gangs -- get 700 new members every year (in Copenhagen alone).
A police officer told me that the reason that they prefer to crack down on rockers such as Hells Angels is that the rockers actually behave relatively calmly when they get visits from the police. Visiting the "dungeons of the immigrant gangs is like visiting a monkey cage. They crawl on the walls, try to escape and have absolutely no respect for the police."
Translated from The Short Newspaper, February 9: "Still more crackdowns on gangs". Black Cobra and Bloodz are both Muslim gangs; Nørrebro (espcially Inner Nørrebro) is famous for being seriously contaminated by Sharia and Muslim gangs:
Wednesday morning the police launched a major, coordinated crackdown on gangs in Copenhagen and Zealand. Over 1,000 officers participated in the raid that included searches and arrests, from Albertslund and Hundige to Køge, Roskilde and Hillerød.
They conducted raids in residential units and buildings that house members or sympathizers of the organized gangs. This was preceded by months of investigation.
The gangs have increased in the recent years. There is a recruitment of new members. Gangs like 'Black Cobra' and 'Bloodz' are engaged in a coordinated mobilization and they have special places for hiding weapons . ...
The gangs have also become more geographically widespread. They have moved south from Copenhagen to the rest of Zealand, from Inner Nørrebro, to the suburbs Ishøj, Greve, Greve, and on to Køge.

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