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Danish Intelligence: “Sweden Biggest Threat to Denmark”

Danish Intelligence Service: “Sweden biggest threat to Denmark”

Denmark—just like any other European nation—is currently embroiled in the fight against radical Islam. Vigorously using their intelligence services to map out and combat Islamic terrorist threats, Denmark’s security and intelligence service (PET) has concluded that the neighbouring country of Sweden is now the biggest terror threat!

The Copenhagen Post reported that the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (Politiets Efterretningstjeneste, PET) has told Danish Radio, DR, that the biggest threat Denmark currently faces comes from the liberal paradise of Sweden.

Swedish Intelligence Agencies

The chief of the Swedish Intelligence agency Säpo (Säkerhetspolisen), Anders Thornberg—during an interview in the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet—said: “We have never seen anything like this before”.

Sweden has witnessed a dramatic surge in Islamic extremism. From less than 200 only a decade ago, “thousands” have already been reported in 2017, Thornberg added.

In shocking contrast to reports of radical asylum-seekers in Denmark in 2016: only 62, according to a Ministry of Justice e-mail accessed by DR.

Thornberg, in liberal Swedish fashion, added: “This is the ‘new normal…It is a historic challenge that extremist circles are growing,”.

“Most of the Islamic radicals were situated in the cities of Stockholm, Malmö, Gothenburg and Örebro and only a few of the thousands that were actually documented were willing to and capable of carrying out an attack on Swedish soil”.

Unfortunately Säpo has not got the numbers available of the undocumented Islamic radicals.

Bridging the gap

Denmark and Sweden’s only divider, besides the natural division of the Øresund strait, is the Øresund Bridge. Which connects Copenhagen and Malmö.

The latter being a hotbed for Islamic terrorism and gang violence, it is perfectly understandable that the Danish see Sweden as their biggest threat.

For wrong-doers, crossing the bridge, would, quite literally, bridge the gap between the two nations and consequentially open Denmark up to a whole lot of trouble-Islamic trouble.

Recent terror attacks in Sweden

The Swedish intelligence chief’s remarks come only two months after a 39-year-old Uzbek national plowed a truck into shoppers on a busy central Stockholm street, killing five and injuring 15.

Authorities said the attacker had sympathies with ISIS. He remains in detention and is still awaiting his sentencing.

Police cordon the truck that crashed into the Ahlens department store at Drottninggatan in central Stockholm on April 7
Police cordon the truck that crashed into the Ahlens department store at Drottninggatan in central Stockholm on April 7

Finland aware of threat

Not only Denmark has become weary of liberal Sweden’s neglectance of actively combating Islamic terrorism. The neighboring country of Finland, which the World Economic Forum classified as the safest country in the world in a report released back in April, raised its threat level from ‘low’ to ‘elevated’ last Wednesday, citing small numbers of people inspired by jihadist groups such as ISIS.

The Finnish Security Intelligence Service said it had obtained knowledge of extremism-related plans being made in the country.

As Sweden fails to combat the ever-growing threat of Islamic terrorism, due to its liberal open border policies, collectively embraced by its current government, it leaves its native population open to violence, rapes and sexual assaults. We have recently touched on this subject in one of our articles: 94.2% Of Gang Criminals & 92% Of Rapists Have Foreign Backgrounds.

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