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Ash Sharp
Editor

Are European leaders finally waking up? It's not just Viktor Orban in Hungary who is woke about Islam.

While most of the world's leaders choose to look away from their responsibilities,  Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen spoke strongly in his New Year's Message.

“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.”

Rasmussen refers here to the phenomena of Muslim 'no-go zones' where gangs reign supreme and the police fear to tread. The parallel society is one of unintegrated generations of non-European migrants who actively reject the culture of their host nation. While many hold European passports, the culture is far from Western.

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

Children are particularly at risk, Rasmussen went on to say.

“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.”

And yet the leftists across the Western world claim we are being culturally enriched. Nothing could be further from the truth. Non-Western migration is not bringing anything useful except cheap labor which only benefits plutocrats and the black marketeers, while keeping wages at rock bottom for the poorest in society.

Rasmussen is at least attempting to address the problem. He is clearly offering too little and too late, but we can be sure that the people of Denmark are well aware of the problems in their society.

That liberals continue to deny the obvious should be of no surprise; they depend on migration to shore up their voting blocs. How long though before Western Civilization comes to terms with reality?

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