Minister of Justice, Søren Pind, recently called crime in Denmark "record low," but figures released from the Danish Statistics show something completely different, and very alarming.
When Facebook debater Søren Pind became Minister of Justice, he wrote:
"There's a new sheriff in town. I will beat down crime hard but fair."
Pind tried to play tough, but has the Danes' safety increased with him as Minister?
The answer is simple: no.
Explosion of violence and rapes
Since he started in the job in June 2015, rapes have increased by 104 percent. Violent crimes have increased by 34 percent, and arson by 55 percent, figures from the Danish Statistics show.
It is extreme figures, and the curves continue to go steeply uphill.
Children are beaten up in the streets
Last week, a desperate father told how his son had been beaten up by a gang of immigrant youths. The day after, when the gang again was out looking for the boy, the father called the police. But then he was told that there were no available resources, and that he had to handle the situation himself, peacefully:
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And the week before, a mother saw her son being beaten up and kicked in the head by a gang of masked immigrants. She was talking to the police on the phone, but they had no one to send.
So when the police do not react when gangs beat up children in the street, Denmark - as Sweden, France and Germany - is turning into lawlessness also.
Because behind every crime, there are traumatized victims and shocked families, and they are helpless victims of crimes and violence that they never asked for.
However, according to Pind, there is apparently nothing to worry about. Things are going outstandingly super, according to him.
Despite the easily available figures released by the Danish Statistics, Søren Pind claims in a recent release from the Ministry of Justice, that crime is now "record low," where he compares with figures way back in 1987, like we are completely stupid or something.
The truth is that Denmark under the Left is turning into a banana republic, where law and order is sinking fast, no-go zones are established and expanded, and police are losing control.
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