About Townspeople (The Zombie Horde Attacks)

He conveniently “forgot” to mention the (picture) greatest rape attack in history, the soviet, slavic (his best friends) and jewish assault on german women!

It seems to be a general trend.

To be honest, I think he is kissing butt on the eastern european invaders!

A lot of these “alt-right” public speakers appear more and more weak and dishonest when it comes to speaking against the invasion of North-West Europe.

That is why I don’t post videos with Ramzpaul and The Golden One anymore.

I am afraid, that Varg Vikernes is next!

 

NAMES THAT ECHOES

Traditionally (((eeewish))) names used in Denmark:

A
Abarbanel, Abel, Abelin, Abelmann, Abenzur, Abersten, Abraham, Abrahams, Abrahamsen, Abrahamson, Abramowitz, Abramowicz, Abramowitsch, Abramson, Ackerman, Ackermann, Adelson, Adler, Aisekowitz, Aisen, Aizen, Aktor, Alexander, Alexandrowitz, Alexandrowsky, Almborg, Altermann, Altschul, Altschuler, Amsel, Amrowitz, Amselsohn, Anders, d’Andrade, Anhalzer, Anrich, Apelt, Apfelbom, Ahronheim, Arendt, Aron, Ahron, Ahrends, Aronsen, Ahronsen, Ahrensen, Ahrentzen, Arensohn, Arnheim, Arnholtz, Arvedsen, Ascher, Asernikov, Asinoffski, Asser, Aurbach, Augsburg, Avrach, Axdal

B
Babath, Babitzkov, Babitskoff, Babitskow, Bach, Backhaus, Bahn, Bainkoles, Balanow, Balkin, Ballin, Bamberger, Bamburg, Barach, Barosin, Baruch, Baskaboinik, Bassan, Batschinsky, Bauer, Baum, Becker, Beckmann, Beer, Beermann, Beidel, Beith, Beilin, Bejssiakov, Belin, Benben, Bendix, Bendixen, Bendixsen, Benedikt, Benjamin, Benjowitz, Benkel, Bentow, Behrend, Behrendt, Ber, Berend, Berendt, Berenth, Behrens, Baerens, Berndt, Bernth, Berendsen, Beresowaky, Berg, Berger, Bergh, Bergmann, Berkowicz, Berkowitsch, Berlin, Berlman, Berman, Bermann, Bernburg, Bernhard, Bernstein, Berstein, Besbroda, Besiakoff, Besiakov, Besjakov, Beverstein, Beyer, Beyfus, Bialecki, Bier, Bikov, Bilewitz, Bing, Birnbaum, Bitunski, Bjaler, Bjalle, Bjaller, Blachmann, Blasberg, Bleiberg, Blitz, Bloch, Blum, Blumenthal, Blumin, Blüdnikow, Bobroff, Bocian, Boda, Bodnia, Bograd, Bogratschew, Bohm, Bollag, Bondy, Bonheim, Bonnemann, Bonnier, Boraks, Borenhoff, Borgsmidt, Bornhoff, Bornstein, Borosin, Boruszek, Borzger, Botchinsky, Botschinsky, Bowmann, Boxenbaum, Braginsky, Brakeman, Bramson, Brandes, Brandom, Brandt, Braumann, Braun, Breining, Breschner, Breschel, Bresky, Breslau, Bressendorf, Breuning, Brick, Brisozowsky, Brocher, Brochner, Brooks, Bruckmann, Brudzewsky, Brunner, Brünner, Bryggerbusch, Brøndsted, Buch, Buchheister, Buchmann, Bukrinsky, Bunem, Burakowaky, Burg, Burstein, Buruchof, Busch, Butschak, Buttenheim, Buznicki, Bürgel, Bähr, Bæhr, Bär, Bærentzen, Bærgren, Bärmann, Bøhm

C
Caen, Calmann, Calmer, Cantor, Carlin, Carlmann, Carnø, Carstensen-Egebjerg, Celnik, Cezinska, Chackiel, Chaikin, Chait, Chajit (se Haidt), Chamelewitsch, Chang, Charkoff, Charlupski, Charlupsky, Chalupovitsch, Charwitz, Chawes, Checht, Chefez, Cheim, Chelman, Chelnik, Chidekel, Chmelnik, Chodak, Choleva, Christil, Cincinnatus, Cipikoff, Clases, Cohen, Cohn, Copello, Cordosa, Cardosa, Cordsen, Curiel, Curjel, Couriel, Cynamon, Cypel

D
Dabolsky, Dalgart, Daniel, Danemark, Danmark, Dänemark, Danin, Dannin, Danziger, Danzyger, Darvold, Darwild, David, Davidsen, Davidsohn, Davidson, Davies, van Deen, Dehn, Delbanco, Delvalle, Demann, Demborg, Demsitz, Dessau, Dessauer, Deutsch, Deutscher, Diamant, Dicker, Dimsits, Din, Dittmann, Dligacz, Donde, Doronofsky, Dragoman, Drogist, Dron, Drucker, Druj, Duchlaider, Duchleiter, Dunleavy, Dworetz, Dworkind, Dworaky, Dyppel

E
Ebel, Ebsdorf, Edeiken, Edelmann, Edelstein, Edelsten, Edidewitsch, Edmer, Ehrenfeld, Ehrenholdt, Eibeschütz, Eichel, Eichmann, Eidemak, Eidenbom, Eingemacht, Eisen, Eisenberg, Eisner, Ekibas, Elbaum, Elbe, Elbom (se Sloma), Elias, Eliasen, Eliason, Eliesen, Elieser, Elischowitz, Eljaschkewicz, Elberger, Eljaskowitz, Elkan, Elkansen, Elmshorn, Elsass, Eltermann, Elv, Emanuel, Engel, Engelsdorf, Engh, Enk, Enoch Epel, Epelbaum, Epelmann, Ephraim, Epstein, Erbsfeld, Erbstein, Erichsen, Erfeldt, Eskildsen, Von Essen, Estermann, Estrin, Etin, Euchel, Ezechiel

F
Faber, Faerber, Fagot, Fainburg, Falck, Falk, Falkner, Farber, Farberoff, Farboroff, Fardan, Farrild, Fass, Feder, Feffer, Feigenberg, Feinberg, Feinstein, Feld, Feldman, Feldmann, Feldstein, Ferdon, Ferdoner, Fersen, Fichbeine, Filip, Filler, Fingeret, Fink, Finkelman, Finkelstein, Fisch, Fischer, Fischermann, Fischlin, Fischmann, Fischstein, Fiszer, Flachs, Flaks, Flammenbaum, Flanbaum, Flatau, Fliess, Flöcke, Fock, Fogel, Foighel, Follender, Fonesca, Fonseca, Fradkin, Fraenkel (se nedenfor med e og æ), Fraifeld, Franche, Franck, Franco, Frank, Frankfurter, Frausteter, Fredericia, Fredmann, Freinsilber, Frenkel, Freudenthal, Freund, Fridericia, Fridrichsen, Friedberg, Friedborg, Friedenborg, Friendeburg, Friedericia, Friediger, Friedl, Friedlænder, Friedemann, Friedman, Friedmann, Friedrichsen, Friends, Friese, Frimurer, Fraenckel, Frum, Frumberg, Frydschou, Fryszer, Frænkel, Frænkelson, Fuchs, Fuhr, Fuks, Fuld, Furmanski, Fuss, Fürst, Fürstenberg, Faerber

G
Gabriel, Galin, Ganc, Garbar, Garbarsch, Garodkin, Gasmann, Gechman, Gedalia, Geiser, Gelberg, Geldmann, Gelernter, Gelfer, Gelin, Gellin, Gellberg, Gelman, Gelvan, Gendlin, Genz, Gerber, Gerenstein, Gerschunoff, Gerschwald, Gerson, Gerstensang, Gertner, Getzel, Gillenhoff, Gillert, Ginsberg, Ginsborg, Ginsburg, Gisiko, Gitlin, Glandil, Glanner, Glaser, Glasmann, Glass, Gleave, Gliksmann, Glogau, Glud, Glück, Glückstadt, Gluskin, Godmann, Goitein, Goldberg, Goldin, Goldkette, Goldman, Goldmann, Goldschmidt, Goldstein, Goldsticker, Goldzieher, Golman, Goltzmann, Gompertz, Gordon, Gorelik, Gorodkin, Goron, Gorosch, Gorwicz, Goslar, Goslinski, Gottlieb, Gottschalk, Gottschalksen, Goudschmidt,Grabowski, Graff, Granada, Graul, Gravengaard, Gray, Greiniman, Griegst, Grinbaum, Gringer, Gritzmann, Gronemann, Groonheim, Gross, Grossbauch, Grossman, Grothen, Grubin, Grumkin, Grün, Grünbaum, Grünberg, Grüner, Grünfeld, Grünwald, Grynszpan, Grzegorzewski, Gräzer, Guggenheim, Guldmann, Gumbert, Gunst, Gurewitz, Gusowitz, Gutkin, Gutkind, Gutkowitz, Gutmann, Guttermand, Guttermann, Guttmann, Günz, Gvosdin, Göttingen

H
Haag, Haas, Hacker, Hagler, Hahn, Haidt, Halberstadt, Von Halle, Halmsted, Hamar, Hambro, Hamburger, Hamel, Hamm, Hammer, Handuss, Hannover, Hartman, Hartvig, Hartig, Hartogsohn, Hartvigson, Hartwich, Hauff, Haurowitz, Hecht, Heckscher, Heerup, Heidemann, Heilbuth, Heidenheim, Heiman, Heimann, Heimansen, Heine, Heinemann, Hellmann, Hendeles, Hendeliowitz, Henius, Henkin, Henle, Henriques, Henschel, Herbst, Herforth, Hering, Hermann, Hermansen, Hermansson, Hersch, Herschel, Herskin, Hertz, Heskin, Hess, Hesse, Hesselmann, Heyman, Heymann, Hiesiger, Hildesheim, Himmelhoch, Hinzberg, Hirsch, Hirschel, Hirschfeld, Hirschsprung, Hirstein, Hjalsted, Hochheimer, Hochner, Hoff, Hoffmann, Holcchakier, Hollander, Holländer, Hollænder, Holmdorf, Holtzmann, Horin, Horn, Horwitz, Howart, Hudson, Hummel, Hurowitz, Hurwitz, Huttner, Haegt, Hänflein, Hönigsberg

I
Igelski, Igelsky, Imjack, Isac, Isaac, Isaak, Isak, Isaacsen, Isacsen, Isachsen, Isakowitz, Isbo, Isenstein, Israel, Israelsen, Israelsohn, Italiaender, Itkin, Itzkowitz

J
Jacob, Jacobi, Jacobi-Rosenberg, Jacobowitsch, Jacobowitz, Jacoby, Jacobowsky, Jakobs, Jacobsen, Jacobson, Jacobsson, Jacobseon, Jacubowitz, Jaffe, Jaglo, Jakerson, Janovitsky, Janowitzky, Janowsky, Jantzen, Jardorf, Jardorf, Jasman, Jeidel, Jerkowitz, Jeschoneck, Jeschonek, Joel, Joffe, Johansberg, Jonas, Joneph, Jones, Joost, Jopp, Josefsson, Joseph, Josephson, Joshua, Josias, Jubelsky, Juda, Judowski, Jurkowsky, Juul, Juuel, Juval, Jäckel

K
Kagan, Kahn, Kaiser, Kalb, Kalckar, Kalenberg-Widitz, Kalkar, Kalisch, Kalman, Kalmer, Kalvarija, Kamakoff, Kamien, Kamil, Kaminkowitz, Kanarek, Kanter, Kantor, Kaplan, Kaplanov, Kappel, Karlen, Karlin, Karpatoff, Karpatschof, Karschinsky, Kasinsky, Kasjefsky, Kaslofsky, Katz, Katzeff, Katzenbogen, Katznelson, Katzenelsohn, Katzenstein, Kaufmann, Kayser, Keller, Kellmann, Kelter, Kempinski, Kerff, Kermann, Kern, Kerving, Kessel, Kiecker, Kielberg, Kipowski, Kipper, Kirrmann, Kirsborg, Kirschenbaum, Kirstein, Kitaj, Klaces, Kladzkin, Kleimann, Klein, Kleinkræmer, Kleisdorf, Klempner, Kliatschko, Klinker, Klinow, Kliot, Kloc, Klopmann, Klugmann, Knappeis, Koch, Kohn, Koll, Kolnizansky, Komisartchik, Koplev, Kopow, Kopowski, Kopowsky, Koppel, Kornitski, Korpatschov, Korzen, Kosteljanetz, Krakowsky, Krantz, Krasnik, Krentzel, Kress, Kretzmer, Kreutner, Krevitski, Kristeller, Kritter, Krivaa, Krivorutschka, Krogmann, Krogstad, Krohn, Krotin, Krotoschinsky, Krupnik, Kublitz, Kuchtick, Kuczymski, Kugewizky, Kuhlenberg, Kunstadt, Kupferstick, Kupferschmidt, Kur, Kurinow, Kurland, Kurlink, Kurtik, Kusniroff, Kusnizow, Kvetny, Kviat, Kviatkowsky, Kwieciak, Kühl, Kürschner, Källström, Kærmann, Købner, König, Königshöfer

L
Lachmann, Laising, Lamm, Landsberger, Landver, Lang, Langai, Lange, Lapp, Larsch, Laserow, Lassen, Latzer, Laufer, Lavie, Lavitzky, Lazarus, Lebetsky Lebitsky, Lecker, Ledermann, Lehman, Lehmann, Leiboschitz, Leidesdoof, Leimann, Leiserowitz, Leisin, Lekach, Lemle, de Lemos, Leopold, Lernø, Lesler, Lester, Leudesdorff, Levald, Levetzow, Levi, Levi-Abekasis, Levig, Levin, Levin-Hansen, Levinsky, Levinson, Levison, Levita, Levitan, Levitin, Levy, Levysohn, Levyson, Lewinsky, Lewinter, Lewis, Lewisohn, Lewy, Lexner, Lichlinger, Lichten, Lichtenberg, Lichtenstedt, Lichtenstein, Lichtinger, Liebenfeld, Liebert, Liebmann, Lieffmann, Liefschin, Lietmann, Lilienfeldt, de Lima, Lindenbaum, Lindener, Lindstrøm, Linetzky, Linkimer, Linz, Lipman, Lipmann, Lipschitz, Lipschytz, Lipson, Lissauer, Lissenheim, Litischevsky, Littauer, Littmann, Livnat, Livni, Livoff, Liwoff, Ljudwinofsky, Ljudwinowsky, Lodkins, Lohnstein, London, Lorentzen, Loria, Lotinga, Lourie, Lowy, Lubitz, Lublin, Lubowski, Lucas, Lustmann, Luthermann, Lübschütz, Löbelthon, Löbl, Löwe, Loewenthal

M
Machabanski, Machtinger, Magnath, Magdeborg, Magnus, Magnusson, Maimin, Mainzer, le Maire, Majeff, Majew, Malling, Mannheimer, Manasse, Manowitz, Maransky, Marcouse, Marcus, Marcussen, Mareyno, Margolinsky, Margolis, Maribo, Mariboe, Markowitz, Marks, Markus Marszal, Marx, Mathias, Mathiesen, Mathiasen, Mattsesoff, de Mattos, Matzwist, Mayer, Mayrowitsch, Mechlenborg, Meerson, Megyesi, Megyessi, Meitin, Melamed, Melchior, Meldola, Melhausen, Melnik, Mendel, Mendelsohn, Mengers, Menke, Mentz, Merklin, Merlinsky, Mertens, Merzbach, Meszalomowicz, Metz, Metzon, Meurling, Meyer, Meyersohn, Meyron, Meyrowitsch, de Meza, Michaeli, Michaelis-Jena, Michaelsen, Michel, Michelsen, Miedzianogora, Mielziner, Miller, Milstein, Minden, Mindermann, Mindlin, Minkov, Miran, Miransky, Mjetschinsky, Moalem-Refaeli, Moncen, Mond, Monies, Morath, Moresco, Moritz, Moritzen, Moritzon, Moscovici, Moses, Mouritzen, Movsekoutsch, Mucha, Munitz, Muzelies, Müller

N
Nachemsohn, Nachman, Nachmanowicz, Nachmanowitz, Nachum, Nadelmann, Nagler, Nakman, Nathan, Nathansen, Nathansohn, Nathanson, Nayberg, Nayborg, Nehemias, Nebel, Nehm, Nim, Nemet, Neuberg, Neukirch, Neukirchen, Neumann, Neumark, Neustadt, Neustädel, Niemann, Nildenburg, Nim, Nisalowitz, Nisenbaum, Nissen, Nivaro, Niven, Niwarofsken, Nomberg, Norden, Nordfred, Nordgren, Notkin, Noudelman, Novaa, Novod, Novodvorsky, Nowodworsky, Nudelmann, Nunberg, Nussbaum

O
Oestermannn, Oettinger, Offenburg, Olin, Ollendorf, Oppenheim, Oppenhejm, Oppenheimer, Oranski, Oschlag, Osdoba, Osiier, Ospivat, Ospovat, Ostrowsky, Otschetil

P
Paboritz, Pachtmann, Pachtziarski, Paikin, Pass, Peine, Peiser, Peissakowitz, Pels, Peltin, Pentoft, Peres, Peretz, Perez, Perle, Perllamuth, Perlmann, Perlstein, Philip, Philipsen, Phillipsen, Philipsohn, Philipson, Pick, Pier, Pincus, Pinques, Piora, Pisa, Pittel, Pittelkow, Pitzpatz, Plachta, Plaut, Pliskin, Plisskin, Plon, Pludsivek, Plungjan, Polach, Polack, Polano, Politur, Pollnow, von Porten, Posin, Posner, Poulsen), Presman, Pressmann, Presser, Priebatsch, Prudinsky, Pryzytcki, Präger, Pszysva, Psyswa, Pundik, Pätges

R
Rabinowitz, Rabuchin, Rachel, Raffel, Rais, Raphael, Rappeport, Rappoport, Raskin, Rastenborsk, Ratz, Ratzkoffsky, Ratzkowsky, Rawitscher, Rawitz, Recht, Rechtman, Rechtmann, Reck, Rée, Ref, Reich, Reichenbach, Reichelberg, Reimann, Rein, Reis, Reiss, Reitzel, Reps, Reutmann, Richardt, Ries, Riese, Rieskind, Risnitzky, Ritlewsky, Ritterband, Ritz, Roeskilde, Rojtmann, Rolapp, Roloff, Romark, Rosbach, Rosenbach, Rosenbaum, Rosenberg, Rosenblum, Rosenfeld, Rosenfelf-Plaut, Rosenstock, Rosenthal, Rosenwein, Rosin, Rotapel, Rotberg, Roth, Rothberg, Rothenberg, Rothenborg, Rotschild, Rothstein, Rouchmann, Ruben, Rubin, Rubinowitsch, Rubinowitz, Rubinstein, Rudaizky, Ruff, Rumaschowsky, Russin, Ruttkamp, Ryba

S
Saar, Saarde,Sårde (se også Zorde), Saasin, Saaskin, Sabelski-Schneider, Sabov, Sabow, Sachnowsky, Sachs, Safjannik, Sahlgreen, Sahlmann, Saietz, Sakslund, Salimtschick, Salmonsen, Salomon, Salomonsen, Salopo, Saltzmann, Samson, Samuel, Samulevitz, Sandaks, Sandau, Sandel, Sander, Sanderling, Sandler, Sargoskin, Schalimzek, Schaikewitz, Schakolnik, Schalemtzek, Schalmann, Schalom, Schank, Schapiro, Schavlow, Scheftelowitz, Scheftelowitz, Scheit, Schelinsky, Schepschklowitz, Scher, Schermeister, Schevsovitsch, Schewerschewsky, Schiff, Schkollar, Schlamowitz, Schlang, Schlesinger, Schliffer, Schlipper, Schloss, Schmahl, Schmitz, Schmukliansky, Schnachnow, Schneider (se også Znaider), Schneidermann, Schneller, Schottländer, Schottlænder, Schrøder, Schuel, Schul, Schulkin, Schulmann, Schultzer, Schur, Schulstein, Schustin, Schwabach, Schwartz, Schwartzbart, Schwartzberg, Schwartzbrehm, Schwartzmann, Schwarz, Schwarzbrem, Schweigin, Schweitzer, Schüber, Schythe, Schæfer, Schönbaum, Schønberg, Sedletski, Segal, Segall, Segat, Segel, Sekunda, Selbiger, Selig, Seliger, Seligman, Seligmann, Selin, Selkel, Selmanoff, Senderowitz, Senff, Serebro, Sichel, Siegel, Sieliger, Siesbye, Siew, Silber, Silberbrandt, Silbermann, Silberstein, Silberzweig, Simon, Simson, Sinclair, Singer, Singerowitz, Skalka, Skliarov, Sklovski, Skop, Skopitz, Skrobak-Slifka, Slivka, Sloma (se Elbom), Smaalan, Smulewitz, Sobol, Sochatschewski, Sofer, Solbirk, Soldin, Soldowsky, Solovej, Solow, Soltz, Sommer, Sompolinsky, Sorkin, Sperling, Srednicki, Speyer, Speier, Spilok, Spiro, Srebrzycki, Stadthagen, Starapolsky, Stargott, Stark, Staropolski, Steibock, Stein, Steinfeldt, Stenberg, Sterk, Sterling, Stern, Stettner, Stiebelmann, Stiefel, Stobiecky, Stobieski, Stone, Strassmann, Strauss, Strelitz, Ström, Suchnowsky, Suchowolski, Sukennikov, Sukowsky, Sumbel, Suskowitz, Suwalski, Sverdlin, Svertlin, Svistun, Svjagin, Svorin, Swicki, Swircki, Szacman, Szadtziunski (se Stenberg), Szakolnik, Szednicki, Szerski, Szneiberg, Sztroch, Szulzinger, Szwarcfiter Syskind, Süsman, Søballe

T
Tachau, Taitz, Tankelwitz, Tarschisch, Tausz, Teitelbaum, Texiere, Thobrither, Thomar, Thomsen, Tikotski, Tobias, Tombak, Torker, Torne, Toronczyk, Torontschick, Trennbach, Trier, Triest, Trolmann, Tropovski, Trchernia, Tschernia, Tschesno, Tschorny, Tschuriloff, Turkeman

U
Ulrich, Ungar, Unna, Unterschlag, Unterschlak, Urwitz

V
Valentin, Veislitz, Veit, Viarskowski, Vilhof, Vogel, Volk, Vollmann,Vollmond, Vugmann

W
Wachenheimer, Wachtel, Wagmann(3, se Weinert), Wagenheim, Wagner, Wainer, Waisdorf, Waismann, Wajnberg, Walkenberg, Wallach, Wallich, Walow, Waluta, Wahrhaftig, Wajngarten, Wallich, Wanievitz, Waniewicz, Waniewitz, Warburg, Warcelmann, Warenbron, Warensdorf, Warisch, Warncke, Warschauer, Warschawski,Warschafsky, Warum, Wasserdryttinger, Wassermann, Watkin, Wattkin, Wechselmann, Wechter, Wedel, Wedell, Weel, Weil, Weimann, Weinberg, Weinberger, Weiner,Weinert, Weingarten, Weisdorff, Weismann, Weiss, Weissbord, WelnerWendlinger, Wendt, Wennerholm, Wennerwald, Wennick, Wertheimer, Wessely, Westenholtz, Westheimer, Wienberg, Wiener, Wierschovski, Wigotski, Wigotsky, Wilens, Wilenschik, Wilet, Willnau, Wilzig, Winkler, Winegki, Windmühl, Wisnewsky, Wladislawowski, Wohlbrüch, Wohlmuth, Woizinsky, Wolff, Wolfski, Wolfson, Wolkowitz, Woltschok, Worms, Worotziloff, Wreschner, Wulff, Wulff-Melamed, Wulffsen, Wundsdorff, Wurtman, Wurnser

Z
Zabell, Zaun, Zawilewicz, Zimakoff, Zimmermann, Zipikow, Ziwes, Zlotoiavka, Zorde, Zukor, Zygelman, Zypikoff, Züssmann

Ø
Ørn, Oettinger, Øttinger.

Other more or less characteristic names:

A
Akdogan, Alberti, Amini, Ammitzbøll, Antorini, Arboe, Aschehoug, Ashberg, Aslan Rasmussen, Asmuss, Auken

B
Bachmann, Bagnkop, Bech, Beck, Bergius, Bevardsen, Bjerrehøj, Blem Clausen, Block, Bohr, Boolsen, Borst, Brix-Hansen, Broholm, Brosbøl, Bruus, Brydensholt, Brøcher, Brøndum, Buch Andersen, Buchvaldt, Burcharth, Bødskov

C
Cain, Carmel, Carsten Nielsen, Claessens, Clementsen, Corell, Corydon

D
Dam, Damsbo-Andersen, Dam Kristensen, Dam Larsen, Damsgaard, Damsgård, Damsø, Danneris, Dorf, Duetoft, Dvinge, Dybvad

E
Ekiz, Elbæk, Ellemann, Engelbrecht, Engelhardt, Engel-Schmidt, Engelund Hansen, Engholm

F
Faurschou, Fibæk, Fossumgaard, Frigast

G
Gaardsted, Geisler Andersen, Geist, Gjerskov, Gravlund, Gregersen, Grønlund, Gustafsson, Gøtzsche

H
Haarder, Hagedorn, Halsboe-Jørgensen, Hammarström, Hauberg, Hav, Hedegaard, Hedemann, Hegaard, Heidebo, Helphand, Heltberg, Helvang, Helveg, Hersom, Heunicke, Holm Andersen, Hummelgaard, Hvid, Hvidt, Hækkerup

I
Ipsen

J
Jalving, Jelved, Jochelsohn, Joel, Juul Lauesen, Juul Pedersen, Juul-Petersen

K
Kaczynska, Kamm, Kampmann, Kann, Kenigsberg, Kjerstrup, Kjerrumgaard, Kjærulff, Kjølby, Klint, Kollerup, Krag, Kragh, Kragh-Jacobsen, Kragh-Pedersen, Krebs, Kømler

L
Laarsen, Lahn Jensen, Lak, Lamm, Laustsen, Lavrsen, Lebech, Leth, Lidegaard, Lind, Loklindt, Lothe, Lohmann, Lund, Lundager Jørgensen, Lundbech, Lundbeck, Lundbeck Krog, Lunderød, Lykketoft, Löfven, Løhde, Löwenthal, Löwenstein

M
Maya, Mepen, Minken, Moe, Molin, Molbæk-Steensig, Moser, Munck, Munthe, Muszynska, Muzykant, Møller Mortensen, Møllerstrøm, Mørck, Mørk

N
Nodal, Nyboe Andersen, Nyborg, Nyegaard, Nørgaard

O
Onyszkiewicz

P
Panduro, Pape, Paulin, Pfeffer, Pihl Sørensen, Pourkamali, Prehn, Pretrokowski

Q
Qvist

R
Raaschou, Randeris, Randeriis, Rasch, Rascover, Reissmann, Reumann, Riise, Ringart, Rinska, Risvig, Rock, Rod, Rohde, Rosenkrantz-Theil, Rottbøll, Roug, Ruehl, Rühl, Rybak, Ryom, Røhr, Rønneberg

S
Salskov, Samuelewitz, Samuelsen, Sandstrøm, Saposnikoff, Sarauw, Sareen, Sarmark, Sasonkina, Sass, Sass Larsen, Sauerberg, Scharff, Scharling, Scheel, Schiøtt, Schiøler, Schlaumau, Schlossmann, Schmidt, Schnell-Lauritzen, Schnoor, Schoeb, Schor, Schou, Schulin-Zeuthen, Schütz, Schulz, Schönberg, Seerup, Seidenfaden, Siber, Sieber, Sigalow, Silberfaden, Simonsen, Sina, Sittenfeld, Sjøberg, Sjørup Simonsen, Skaaning, Skafte, Skolnik, Skov, Skovsby, Slatkewitz, Sloterub, Sloth, Sommerstein, Sonne, Sparre, Spenster, Staal, Stampe, Stangenberg, Steenberg, Steinboch, Stenquist, Stolbow, Strom, Stub, Stybel, Stühler, Stæhr, Støjberg, Suhrmann, Suntorph, Svan, Switgal, Sztybelman, Szyndel, Søderlund

T
Tesfaye, Theil, Thrane, Tiboni, Tiplowitz, Tixell, Tjarkoff, Tofte, Toft Jacobsen, Toron, Trolle, Trommer, Tuncer, Turitz, Tutaj, Tutein

U
Unters

V
Vestager, Vedel, Vedgren, Vigold

W
Waarst, Wammen, Wanning, Wedel-Nielsen, Weegmann, Wermelin, Westfall, Wiberg, Wielund, Wincken, Winther, Witt, Wiuff, Wurcel, Wykmann

X

Y

Z
Zadik, Zafner, Znaider, Zukermann, Zwas, Zybert

Ø
Øster, Østergaard, Östman

Thanks to, o-d-i-n.org

London has a Muslim Mayor. The Future of Britain

Meet the First Muslim Mayor of London

 

  • “A Muslim man with way too many extremist links to be entirely coincidental is now the Mayor of London. I suppose this is hardly a shock, though. The native English are a demographic minority (and a rapidly dwindling one) in London, whilst Muslims from Pakistan and Bangladesh are a rapidly expanding demographic.” — British politician Paul Weston.

Labour Party politician Sadiq Khan has been sworn in as mayor of London. He is the first Muslim to lead a major European capital.

Khan, 45, is the London-born son of Pakistani immigrants. His father was a bus driver and he grew up with seven siblings in a government-subsidized apartment. He studied law, became a university professor and served as chairman of the civil liberties pressure group Liberty. He was elected to Parliament in 2005. Khan’s supporters say he is the epitome the Muslim immigrant success story.

Khan — who won 57% of the ballot, or 1.3 million votes, a number which happens to be roughly equal to Muslim population of London — has promised to be “the British Muslim who takes the fight to the extremists.” Others are not so sure. During the election campaign, Khan faced a steady stream of allegations about his past dealings with Muslim extremists and anti-Semites.

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