I have frequently cited and written about the ever growing incidences of Street Jihad in the UK (ie: muslim gangs, quickly gathered together via cell phone calls, brutally beating - often a lone - victim). Several recent blogs are:
Any concerted police or law enforcement action directed at muslim gangs is lacking. In fact, the reverse is happening -law enforcement has allowed no go areas to develop throughout Britain -police are more afraid of being called a racist than stopping muslim gangs & protecting British people - muslim gangs are even taking over British prisons.
So this brings us to what I call - Stage II - in the absence of any competence shown by law enforcement in tackling these muslims gangs (in fact government, politicians and law enforcement have spit in the face of the general public by increasing the pandering to muslims) inevitably comes non-police backlash(es) to these escalating violent attacks. Note that such a backlash would most certainly be deemed vigilantism by the police who would undoubtedly deal with such people in a far harsher manner than they have the "politically correctness & apologist" protected muslim gangs --- even though such citizen actions could be seen as self preservation by the victims-in-waiting.
This brings us to Denmark - another country that is under the onslaught of Islamization and who has also dealt with rampant violence, rape, murder, vandalism, assault and other atrocities committed by members of the Religion of Peace. Dhimmified police and politicians, in Denmark, have also played a large role in the escalating of the "kid glove treated" violent muslim gangs who are reeking havoc on the nation. Clearly what I call Stage II has begun there and it is only a matter of time before more such warfare dominates the streets of Denmark. Is Britain next?
For an excellent and comprehensive blog on the situation in Denmark go to - HERE
Below is a Politiken news article in full:
The Hell’s Angels biker group is experiencing a flood of new applications for membership, in particular for its support group AK81. The group normally receives only few enquiries in its web-based guest book, but the past week alone has seen 250 queries.
Seventy-five of those enquiring have asked to become members of the AK81 group, or to be invited to Hell’s Angels parties in order to gain affiliation.
AK81 is a support group for the Hell’s Angels. The acronym stands for the Danish words Altid Klar (Always Ready), while 81 are the alphabet numbers for H and A.
The increase in membership enquiries comes in connection with a showdown in recent weeks between immigrant groups and the Hell’s Angels as well as shows of strength by Hell’s Angels members who have walked the streets of Copenhagen and Århus en masse.
The Hell’s Angels home page has introduced a special AK81 page providing direct mail to the group, thus preventing police from being able to track approaches.
A concerned police force has, however, registered the flood of interest in being recruited to what is termed the Hell’s Angels ‘mini-army’.
“We are worried that this is escalating and involving more and more people,” says Deputy Chief Superintendant Jørgen Isalin of the National Investigation Support Centre.
“It’s all going very fast now and there is no doubt that more and more people are joining. This is also happening on the other side too where large numbers of anti-social youths are supporting criminal immigrant groups who cause trouble in the streets and are provoking the Hell’s Angels,” he says.
HA no comment
Last month the conflict between the two groups cost the life of a young man. Since then the showdown has become more open, with shots being fired, hand grenades lobbed and marches in which the gangs show their strength.
“First of all it was the other groups that bothered the Hell’s Angels. Then they started AK81, and now they feel strong enough to arrive at parties, pubs and techno parties to show off their insignia. That is something the other groups won’t accept,” says Isalin.
It has not been possible to get a comment from the Hell’s Angels.