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Days of arson attacks also put the authorities on fire. The French Communist Party on Friday urged Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy to step down, saying his policy is "a total failure."French commies, thick as two short planks. Via the Viking Observer it seems there was a two day riot in Århus, Denmark last weekend as well. Didn't hear about that one, but it seems the police were much more forceful and it was put down after two days.Some insight from one of the gangs
"The interior minister's policy, recycling ideas of the far-right is more than a total failure: it stirs all the tensions and generates the results strictly contrary to what it pretends to obtain," the party said.
He calls himself 100 percent Palestinian, born in a refugee camp in Lebanon 19 years ago, and now out of work in Denmark. "The police has to stay away. This is our area. We decide what goes down here".Yeah, the terribly (recent) rightwing government of Denmark has produced thinking like that. There is also quotes from some Social Dem trying to stitch it up to blame the whole thing on Danish involvement in Iraq. Paging Sue, Denmark on the line for Sue Bradford. The Viking Observer also has lots more detail of the Danish and Swedish "youngsters" arrested for planning a terrorist attack (which I noted earlier), which looks like it could have been aimed at a Danish-Israeli football game.
'They were popular, polite, and good students, but they harboured an enormous anger towards Danish society. Their fury grew stronger and made them introverted,' said Abu Laban, the mosque's imam, of the six 16-20-year-olds.Of course mum, every mother knows what her son will do, we are never unpredictable or secretive. Not explained is why they had the hatred of Danish society. Hatred is after all a very strong emotion, not just dislike, not contempt, but hatred. Who can actually say they hate a particular person, let alone an entire peaceful society?
Laban said he knew two of the young men and their families well. The mother of one of them is associated with the Islamic Congregation, where she volunteers to teach Arabic every weekend.
'The mother said her son had lately become more and more frustrated and angry towards Danish society, which he criticised harshly. Even if he sometimes sounded like he could go to extremes, his mother is certain that he would never had carried any of it out - and mothers can usually tell the difference between their children's words and deeds,' Laban said.