Activists from Denmark’s Nordic Resistance Movement fired emergency flares over Aarhus in a symbolic action as Denmark drowns in mass immigration and multiculturalism.
When you look at Denmark in 2021, you can clearly see the consequences of the last several decades of mass immigration. The city centres bear the clear imprint of multiculturalism – the veiled Arab wives and loud-mouthed immigrant youths can’t be ignored, even by the most short-sighted of onlookers. The Danish open sandwich shops are long gone, and if you want to have a meal on the go in the city, you usually have to put your money in the pocket of a racially foreign owner of a pizza takeaway or shawarma shop. Even multicultural supermarkets are establishing themselves on Danish soil, in a development that is slowly but surely making Denmark completely kosher and halal – even in the smaller villages.