The Decline of the Danish population

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In 1970 there are approx. 20,000 foreign workers in Denmark (Source: Arbejdermuseet).

In 2018 there are 929,666 immigrants and only 4,851,524 Danes (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).

In 2018 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,781,190 (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).

In 2022 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,928,364 (According to Denmark’s Statistics).

In 1970 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,368,354 with approx. 20,000 “foreign workers” and in 2018 the numbers of Danes has fallen to 4,851,524, so it’s reasonable to assume that the number of Danes is the same or less in 2022. So the 147,174 extra people must be immigrants, which will make the total number of immigrants 1,076,840 and about 4,851,524 Danes (in 2022).

This is extremely concerning for Danish people, and Germanic people in general. Because of the problems immigrants are causing and especially because of the genetic and culturally damage and the threat of demographic genocide of the Danish people in the near future!

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Ten Stages of Genocide

Genocide Convention

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Crimes against humanity

Weapon of Mass Migration

White genocide is not a conspiracy theory!

The Importance of Freedom of Speech

Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right. It reinforces all other human rights, allowing society to develop and progress. The ability to express our opinion and speak freely is essential to bring about change in society.

Index on Censorship

EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Why Is Freedom of Speech Important in a Democracy: 5 Reasons

1. It battles for the truth

2. It makes everyone more accountable

3. Active participation of citizens

4. Promotes equal treatment of minorities

5. Necessary for change and innovation

Liberties

If “White people” are 8% of the world’s population, it’s fair to assume that Germanic people are about or less than 4% of the world’s population. In other words Germanic people are a minority, not only in the world, but also in our countries and even more so in many of our cities.

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In 1970 there are approx. 20,000 foreign workers in Denmark (Source: Arbejdermuseet).

In 2018 there are 929,666 immigrants and only 4,851,524 Danes (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).

In 2018 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,781,190 (Source: Den Korte Avis and Denmark’s Statistics).

In 2022 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,928,364 (According to Denmark’s Statistics).

In 1970 the number of people living in Denmark: 5,368,354 with approx. 20,000 “foreign workers” and in 2018 the numbers of Danes has fallen to 4,851,524, so it’s reasonable to assume that the number of Danes is the same or less in 2022. So the 147,174 extra people must be immigrants, which will make the total number of immigrants 1,076,840 and about 4,851,524 Danes (in 2022).

This is extremely concerning for Danish people, and Germanic people in general. Because of the problems immigrants are causing and especially because of the genetic and culturally damage and the threat of demographic genocide of the Danish people in the near future!

This is why freedom of speech is so extremely important!

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Ten Stages of Genocide

Genocide Convention

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Crimes against humanity

Weapon of Mass Migration

White genocide is not a conspiracy theory!

Karl Dönitz Speech to the German People – 1 May 1945

In his testament, Hitler made Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz, the Chief of the German Navy since 1943, his successor as President of the Reich. Dönitz announced this via Radio during a Broadcast from May 1st, 1945, which was broadcasted from Hamburg.

German WWII Archive

Karl Dönitz (sometimes spelled DoenitzGerman: [ˈdøːnɪts] (listen); 16 September 1891 – 24 December 1980) was a Germanadmiral who briefly succeeded Adolf Hitler as head of state in May 1945, holding the position until the dissolution of the Flensburg Government following Germany’s unconditional surrender to the Allies days later. As Supreme Commander of the Navy beginning in 1943, he played a major role in the naval history of World War II.

He began his career in the Imperial German Navy before World War I. In 1918, he was commanding UB-68, and was taken prisoner of war by British forces. While in a POW camp, he formulated what he later called Rudeltaktik (“pack tactic”, commonly called “wolfpack”).

By the start of the Second World War, Dönitz was supreme commander of the Kriegsmarine‘s U-boat arm (Befehlshaber der Unterseeboote (BdU)). In January 1943, Dönitz achieved the rank of Großadmiral (grand admiral) and replaced Grand Admiral Erich Raeder as Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. Dönitz was the main enemy of Allied naval forces in the Battle of the Atlantic. From 1939 to 1943 the U-boats fought effectively but lost the initiative from May 1943. Dönitz ordered his submarines into battle until 1945 to relieve the pressure on other branches of the Wehrmacht (armed forces). 648 U-boats were lost—429 with no survivors. Furthermore, of these, 215 were lost on their first patrol. Around 30,000 of the 40,000 men who served in U-boats perished.

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The Naval Academy Mürwik (GermanMarineschule Mürwik) is the main training establishment for all German Navy officers and in 1910 replaced the German Imperial Naval Academy in Kiel. ( which is now the seat of government or ”Landeshaus” of Schleswig-Holstein).

It is located at Mürwik which is a part of Germany’s northernmost city, Flensburg. Built on a small hill directly by the coast, it overlooks the Flensburg Fjord.

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Flensburg (German pronunciation: [ˈflɛnsbʊʁk] (listen); DanishLow SaxonFlensborgNorth FrisianFlansborjSouth JutlandicFlensborre) is an independent town (kreisfreie Stadt) in the north of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. Flensburg is the centre of the region of Southern Schleswig. After Kiel and Lübeck, it is the third largest town in Schleswig-Holstein.

The nearest larger towns are Kiel (86 kilometres (53 miles) south) and Odense in Denmark (92 km (57 mi) northeast). Flensburg’s city centre lies about 7 km (4 mi) from the Danish border.

Flensburg is situated in the north of the German state Schleswig-Holstein, very close to the German-Danish border. After Westerland on the island of Sylt it is Germany’s northernmost town. Flensburg lies at the innermost tip of the Flensburg Firth, an inlet of the Baltic Sea. Flensburg’s eastern shore is part of the Anglia peninsula.

Clockwise from the northeast, beginning at the German shore of the Flensburg Firth, the following communities in Schleswig-Flensburg district and Denmark‘s Southern Denmark Region all border on Flensburg:

Glücksburg (Amt-free town), Wees (Amt Langballig), MaasbüllHürupTastrup and Freienwill (all in Amt Hürup), Jarplund-WedingHandewitt (Amt Handewitt), Harrislee (Amt-free community) and Aabenraa Municipality on the Danish shore of the Flensburg Firth.

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Flensburg was founded at the latest by 1200 at the innermost end of the Flensburg Firth by Danish settlers, who were soon joined by German merchants. In 1284, its town rights were confirmed and the town quickly rose to become one of the most important in the Duchy of Schleswig. Unlike Holstein, however, Schleswig did not belong to the German Holy Roman Empire. Therefore, Flensburg was not a member of the Hanseatic League, but it did maintain contacts with this important trading network.

Between 1460 and 1864, Flensburg was, after Copenhagen, the second biggest port in the Kingdom of Denmark, but it passed to the Kingdom of Prussia after the Second Schleswig War in 1864.

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The Danish minority in Flensburg and the surrounding towns run their own schools, libraries and Lutheran churches from which the German majority is not excluded. The co-existence of these two groups is considered a sound and healthy symbiosis. There is a form of mixed Danish–German used on the ferries, Petuh.

There is also a Danish Consulate-General in Flensburg.

In Denmark, Flensburg seems to be mainly known for its “border shops” where, among other things, spiritsbeer and candy can be purchased at cheaper prices than in Denmark. The prices are lower because the value-added tax is lower and excise taxes are either lower (e.g. on alcohol) or do not exist (on e.g. sugar). Currently the border shops are able to sell canned beer to persons resident in Scandinavia without paying deposits as long as the beverage is not consumed in Germany.

Wikipedia

Flensburg Government

German WWII Ship Classes

German World War II commerce raiders

German Merchant Raiders of WW2 – Gentleman Raiders of the High Seas

The Real-Life German Pirates – WW2 Special

MV Wilhelm Gustloff

MV Goya

SS Cap Arcona

SS General von Steuben

SS Thielbek

Operation Hannibal

Tirpitz

Germany’s Secret U-Boats 1918 – 1935

U-Boat Aces about Das Boot

Wolfpack & U-Boat Tactics

The Second Happy Time – German U-boats Rampage Only Miles off the US Coast

The Manhattan U-Boat – German Submarine New York City

German Submarines Brought the Fight to Florida during WWII

Wreck of Rare Kriegsmarine B-boat Found near the Coasts of Denmark

The final resting place of three German U-boats, nicknamed “Hitler’s lost fleet”, has been found at the bottom of the Black Sea.

The U-boats That Time Forgot

The Shocking Truth of U234

The Mysterious Voyage of U-530

German U-Boats in Argentina 1945 – U-977

German U-Boat Action Pacific

The Laconia Incident

WWII U-Boats in the West German Navy

Elektroboot Submarines (1935 – 1955)

Submarine FACTS: Why Are Torpedoes Always The Same Size?

German miniature submarines – Normandy 1944

German Frogmen Attack – Nijmegen Bridge 1944

Ice Station Kurt – The Secret German Mission to Canada

Secret German Arctic Bases

MS Schwabenland

German Soldiers of World War II: Why They Were the Best, and Why They Still Lost

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Last Wehrmacht Report – 9 May 1945

The Wehrmacht report was a daily report by the OKW, the German Army High Command, from the first day of WWII to the End.

It was generally a rather neutral report, that, unlike other german reports of that time, was not completly filled with Propaganda, although it did sometimes omitt losses or exaggerate own victories.

German WWII Archive

Austria Wants EU to Introduce UK & Denmark-Inspired Rwanda Plan for Refugees

The Austrian Interior Minister, Gerhard Karner, has called for the EU to establish asylum procedures in safe third countries, similar to models that Denmark and the United Kingdom have agreed to operate. 

The asylum procedures that both the United Kingdom and Denmark are following are intended to deport refugees to the African country of Rwanda, where their claims for asylum will be processed, but this plan hasn’t yet been operated. 

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Denmark in talks with Rwanda on transfer of asylum-seekers

Denmark Plans To “Outsource” Inmates to Kosovo

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Demographic Replacement For Dummies

The anti-Whites will call demographic replacement of White people for “White genocide conspiracy theory”, but the pan-European nationalists, the counter-Jihad movement, etc. are not much better.

Demographic replacement is a replacement regardless of race and/or nationality.

Danes were replaced by Germans and lost Holsten and Sydslesvig!

The replacement of Danes in Sydslesvig and Holsten is a good example of demographic replacement between to friendly nationalities of the same race (Germanic race).

Danevirke and Schleswig-Holstein

What the pan-European nationalists, the counter-Jihad movement, etc. can not or will not understand is, that Germanic people all over the World are being demographic replaced by the other races. Thanks to the anti-White’s subversion and the success of Germanic people, which is envied by all the other races and a great source of jealoucy and hatred against the Germanic race!

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

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Ten Stages of Genocide

Genocide Convention

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Crimes against humanity

Weapon of Mass Migration

“conspiracy theories” untrue

White genocide is not a conspiracy theory!

There is no return from demographic genocide!

The Mighty Danish Protest Pig

Thanks to The Serpent’s Loft

The Husum Red Pied (German: Rotbuntes Husumer) is a rare breed of domestic pig with the nickname Danish Protest pig (German: Husumer Protestschwein and Danish: Husum protestsvin or danske protestsvin). It originates from North Frisia in Southern Schleswig in the beginning of the 20th century, when Danes living in the area under Prussian rule were prohibited from raising the Danish flag and displayed the Protest Pig instead. Due to its red color, its broad white vertical belt, and a trace of a white horizontal belt resembling the colors of the flag of Denmark, it was made a symbol of their cultural identity.

The breed grows to a height of about 92 cm (36 in) and weighs up to 350 kg. It was probably created out of Holsteinian and Jutlandian marsh pigs, the English Tamworth pig, and red variants of the Angeln Saddleback. It was recognized as a breed in 1954, but after a last birth in 1968, the breed was considered extinct.

Only in 1984 were pigs fully corresponding to the descriptions of the breed seen again. Associations of breeders continue to breed it and to register existing pigs of this breed. Breeding populations exist in the Berlin Zoological Garden, the Hanover Zoo, the Tierpark Arche Warder near Kiel, in the ZOOM Erlebniswelt Gelsenkirchen, in Dalmsdorf (Mecklenburg), Hof Lütjensee, and on the Archehof Blumencron. The Dortmund Zoo and the Tierpark Krüzen house small populations too. At the moment, around 140 specimens are alive worldwide. The German federal state of Schleswig-Holstein supports preservation of the breed for its cultural value.

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350 kg is 771,618 pounds.

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Danevirke and Schleswig-Holstein

Holsten Gate in Lübeck

Schleswig, Holstein, and Lauenburg

Why did Denmark gain land after WW1 despite being neutral?

About Slesvig-Holsten and AH

Castles in Schleswig-Holstein

Denmark–Germany

Denmark–Germany relations

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Dybbøl

Isted Lion

Fregatten Jylland

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Denmark: The Oldest Germanic Country!

The oldest continuously used national flag

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Which western country will be first with popular uprising, revolution?


Contemporary social development is not only puzzling, it is also frightening, in several ways. We have a climate threat narrative that has escalated from quite quietly 30 years ago to media horror propaganda today. At no time during these thirty years has the media done any thorough examination of the IPCC and the climate threat.

With the support the environmental movement imagined for the climate threat, or actually felt from the media and those in power, they have gone ahead with dreams and propos of confiscation of private land, entirely in the spirit of functional socialism. They have thereby become part of the problem with the food supply in the world. They are by no means part of the solution. Their work has also had a negative impact on the environment in several respects.

The abolition of motoring is one thing that these deranged minds have on the agenda. People should walk, cycle or take public transport. But they should not be allowed to eat meat, which is considered harmful to the environment and climate. So a pseudo-debate has arisen whether it is wrong or right to accept carnivores if they ride bikes.

After the Second World War, we have had both labor immigration and refugees. Sweden even changed its constitution in the 70s, to open up to more. In real terms, however, the annual numbers have been low on average until a bit into this century. After the war on terror began with the attack on Iraq and later also Libya, the migrant flows have been large and continue to be so. Our authorities seem to make crazy decisions to write on our noses, decent people are deported while criminals and Islamists are allowed to stay.

Varjager’s Weblog

Corruption Perceptions Index

Low corruption level seem to be a Germanic/White man’s thing!

The Most & Least Stable Countries in the World

WHICH are the MOST CORRUPT countries in the WORLD?

List of countries by credit rating

Which Countries Have The Biggest National Debt?

Newly industrialized countries

Least Developed Countries

World Population Growth

List of sovereign states and dependencies by total fertility rate and by median age

Map of countries and territories by fertility rate as of 2020

How many Babies are Born per day in Each Country | Country Birth Rate Comparison in 3D

World Downfall

White Mans Burden

About Germanic People and the Stewardship of Planet Earth

EU: The “European Union”

The European Union (EU) is a group of 27 nations in Europe, formed in the aftermath of World War II. The first batch of countries joined in 1957, including Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, and The Netherlands. In 1973, Denmark, Ireland, and the United Kingdom joined. Greece joined in 1981, followed by Spain and Portugal in 1986 and Austria, Finland and Sweden in 1995. In 2004, nine countries were added, two more in 2007, and finally Croatia in 2013 to bring the total to 28. On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU, a process it completed in 2020.

World Population Review

Member states (2022):

Austria (Germanic)

Belgium (half Germanic)

Bulgaria (Europe’s Mexico)

Croatia (Europe’s Mexico)

Cyprus (Europe’s Mexico)

Czech Republic (Europe’s Mexico)

Denmark (extra Germanic)

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany (Germanic)

Greece (open borders to Europe/Europe’s Mexico)

Hungary (Europe’s Mexico)

Ireland

Italy (open borders to Europe)

Latvia (Europe’s Mexico)

Lithuania (Europe’s Mexico)

Luxembourg (Germanic)

Malta

Netherlands (Germanic)

Poland (Europe’s Mexico)

Portugal (Europe’s Mexico)

Romania (Europe’s Mexico)

Slovakia (Europe’s Mexico)

Slovenia (Europe’s Mexico)

Spain (open borders to Europe)

Sweden (Germanic/property of Denmark) 😄

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Cooperation and trade between countries is in general a good idea, but a European union and especially a union between countries with “high standards” and countries with “low standards” is a terrible idea.

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Net contributors to the EU budget

Which Countries are EU Contributors and Beneficiaries?

Which Countries Are the Biggest Boost or Drag on the EU Budget?

EU – Who pays the bill?

Frugal Four

Voting in the Council of the European Union – Germanic vs Non-Germanic

Eastern Europe is our Mexico!

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A 1994 view on “the incumbent poor four” and “the eastern enlargement”.

Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain (PIIGS) 

About José Manuel Barroso, Goldman Sachs and EU

Spain grants amnesty to 700,000 migrants (2005)

Why Is Spain Heading for Economic Bankruptcy?

Barcelona Gets Its Wish

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About EU and COVID-19

Merkel, Macron Back $543 Billion Fund for EU Crisis Recovery

Spain and Coronavirus | The WORST Recession in EUROPE?

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Italy’s China City: Sweatshops to Wedding Shops

How China Is Infiltrating Greece (and Europe)

How China Will Infiltrate Europe (Using the Czech Republic)

16 Prostitutes + 1

Why is CHINA investing in the BALKANS?

How China Is Taking Over Europe’s Ports | CCP Trade, Economy, and Politics

China’s Cosco buys part of Hamburg’s port in “shopping spree” purchases from Europe’s ports

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Migration data in Europe

The Current Problem In Europe!

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European Parliament prioritize gender over competence at least 40% of board members must be women

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EU Defence Pact 

European Defence Agency

Nordic Battlegroup

The Making of the United States of Europe

Eurabia

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European countries by total wealth

List of countries by credit rating

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Geopolitics

About “Residence Requirement” (Bopælspligt) in Denmark

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A house intended for year-round residence may be subject to a residence requirement. The duty means that the owner of the home is obliged to ensure that the home is constantly occupied – either by living there himself or through rental.

On agricultural properties in Denmark there is a residence requirement. A buyer of an agricultural property must meet the residence requirement for at least 10 years, either by the buyer himself living there or by another person having a permanent residence on the property. Lifting the residency requirement on an agricultural property requires zonal change. In addition, the concept exists in the case of certain official residences. Of other countries in Europe, only Norway has similar legislation. Here, in addition to official residences, only agricultural properties are legislated for. There, the residence requirement is disputed, including alleging that it is contrary to human rights and that it does not work as intended.

In many peripheral areas, the residence requirement leads to houses being empty and falling into obsession, which is why many municipalities would like to lift the residence requirement.

Owning a property without a residence requirement can be advantageous for expat Danes. They can then avoid becoming taxable if they stay within certain rules on the length of their stay in Denmark.

In 2002, Minister of Finance Thor Pedersen was the subject of a case concerning the residence requirement in connection with his country estate Graudebjerggaard in Nakke near Rørvig. The housing case led the government in 2003 to want to change the law on residency requirements for members of parliament, but not for other citizens who had jobs in two cities far apart. For several years, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt ignored the rules on the residence requirement for her apartment in Copenhagen while she actually lived in Belgium.

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To be able to purchase property in Denmark you are required to have either a permanent residence in Denmark or have lived in Denmark for a consecutive period of five years. The permission is obtained from the Danish Ministry of Justice.

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If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen, you must apply to the Ministry of Justice for permission to buy real estate in Denmark. When the Ministry of Justice has received all the information necessary to consider an application, the expected processing time is usually about 4 weeks.

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These laws could be at least a little bit helpful, in other White countries! And should be enforced even more strict!

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