Islamic Law "Getting To Denmark" Thanks To Immigration
May 12, 2016, 09:48 AM
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Francis Fukuyama famously described the preferred path of political progression for societies around the world as "getting to Denmark," as the Nordic country is an exemplar of peace, prosperity and efficiency. But the funny thing about immigration is that it can reverse centuries of social development in just a few years. After all, if you replace the Danish people in Copenhagen with Third World Muslims, you simply get a very cold outpost of the Third World.
A group of bar owners from one of Copenhagen’s suburbs, who have been endlessly harassed by Muslim youth activists trying to impose a so-called “Shariah zone”, have taken their case to a government minister, urging her to protect their businesses and the locals.