Drenge tager magten i Brønshøj

That is, boys take power in Brønshøj. Daily life in Denmark continues to spiral downward for those who continue to vote for the this and have for the last 30 some years. Scandis are such effing chumps.

This started as a link to a post at Uriasposten and grew, in part because I don’t understand why nothing is being done about this. Let’s look at what “this” is.

Brønshøj is an inner, if not first ring, suburb of Copenhagen. The torv or plaza at the center of town is being terrorized by a group of young immigrant men (or boys as they say). To the point where businesses are closing or reducing their hours of business.

Kim from Uriasposten writes (original below the fold).

I have previously written about the problems with immigrant boys on the Brønshøj plaza but in the context of the harassment of a now closed hot-dog stand. BT [a Danish tabloid] tells of the other businesses on the plaza that have had similar experiences, such as Netto, Aldi, Fakta, a pizzeria, and a local library. Fakta and the library have reduced their opening hours, others now employ security guards, and the pizzeria is now closed.

More from BT:

… it’s now empty here.

… Michael is the manager of Netto and told BT that the local boys come in groups and steal openly from the store.

They steal lamp-oil to build fires in the park and Red Bull and donuts and all sorts of things. We can unfortunately do little about it, Michael tells.

Fatih, who works an assistant manager in Aldi, tells that the boys who have been in there to steal cigarettes come from a particular area of Brønshøj.

What we know is that it young people from the apartments in Bellahøj, he says and they usually come late in the evening.

When they get together in groups, a dynamic occurs such that rude behavior results and it has had consequences such that we have limited the hours that the library is open says Rasmus Elleby, the head librarian.

Rude behavior.

All well and good (or not, of course), but struck me was the complete and utter lack of a police response.

It is difficult for the police to do anything about the thefts, said Michael and points out that it is impossible to recognize any of the boys on the security cameras.

And

Like Michael from Netto, it is his experience that the police can’t do much about the problem and the boys don’t care about the police anyway.

The police can’t do anything? At all? I can think of a whole bunch of things the police could do… On the other hand, the Danish prosecutors and even the courts don’t really take this seriously either.

Jeg har tidligere skrevet om problemerne med indvandrerdrenge på Brønshøj, med udgangspunkt i hetzen mod den nu lukkede pølsevogn. BT fortæller, at flere andre erhvervsdrivende ved torvet har lignende erfaringer, det være sig Netto, Aldi, Fakta, et pizzaria og det lokale bibliotek. Fakta og biblioteket har afkortet sine åbningstider, flere af de nævnte butikker har ansat vagter, og pizzariaet har nu valgt at dreje nøglen om.

Mere på BT.dk – Drenge tager magten i Brønshøj, og butikker lukker: ‘Jeg fik nok’

“… nu er her tomt.

… Michael er butikschef i Netto, og han fortæller til B.T., at de lokale drenge kommer i grupper og stjæler åbenlyst fra butikken.

‘De stjæler for eksempel lampeolie til at lave bål i parken og Red Bulls og donuts og alt muligt. Vi har desværre svært ved at gøre noget ved det,’ fortæller Michael. …

Fatih, der arbejder som førsteassistent i Aldi, fortæller, at drengene, der har været inde og stjæle cigaretter hos dem et utal af gange, kommer fra et bestemt område i Brønshøj.

‘Det, vi ved, er, at det er unge mennesker nede fra Bellahøjhusene,’ siger han og fortæller, at når de kommer, er det oftest i de sene aftentimer. …

‘Når de samler sig i større grupper, skaber det en dynamik, der gør, at de får en uhensigtsmæssig adfærd, og det har haft den konsekvens, at vi i en periode har begrænset bibliotekets åbningstid,’ siger han. (Rasmus Elleby, biblioteksleder)”

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Det er svært for politiet at gøre noget ved tyverierne, mener Michael og peger blandt andet på, at man ikke kan genkende drengene på overvågningen.

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Ligesom Michael fra Netto er hans oplevelse, at politiet ikke kan gøre noget ved problemet, og at drengene bare er ligeglade med politiet.

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