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Chapter 9

Mental condition develop behavior

including criminal behavior


'The temporal apostles of the repressive tolerance' taught by the totalitarians of temper in Germany, France and USA made their entry.

Let us begin backwards:

The criminality and police resources in Denmark with 5.2 mill. inhabitants in 1991 (4.6 mill in 1960), of which 1/3 lived in towns with more than 10,000 inhabitants.[1] [2]


The official accounts can not be continued meaningfully (after 1991), because trustworthy descriptions of the criminality distributed on nationality have been lost in Denmark.[3]


The number of notified violations of the criminal law has more than doubled from 1960 to 1990, and in the period 1980-1990 they increased by 35 p.c. to 550,000 notified violations in average a year.

Earlier about 30 p.c. of such violations were solved, in 1991 about one of five (20%) ended with a solution.[4] In 1960 the Police and Prosecution had 7,375 employees, in 1991 the number was 14,500, including 10,200 policemen


The long arm of the law

In 1962 they had a policeman on the Police Station in Svendborg[5]. The youngsters called him 'Lemmy' - a figure from an English very popular detective movie. They connected this policeofficer a little with the figure from the movie.

There was some points of resemblance. Eric could confirm that, when he had to admit that he has smashed some windows in the Railway Station of Svendborg in order to make an impression on some young girls.

'Lemmy' did not let the young first-time-violators run. He caught them, and took them to a not very nice night in the detention. The only thing the youngster did not like by 'Lemmy' was that he always was present, when wrong things happened. Otherwise they liked him. Eric found out that it costs to make troubles, and he should not go farther on the road of the offenses and the criminal actions.


The development in the more dangerous criminality

Intentional violence and bodily harm occurred in a number of a few hundreds in 1960, from 1991 6,400 a year were suspected. About every half year the number of such cases increases with 50 p.c. Cases of narcotics were nearly unknown in 1960, in 1991 more than 1,700 cases were tried by police of criminality and by the Prosecution in one year.

The most cases of criminality is about larceny, larceny for the purpose of limited use and house-breaking (totally 430,000). The number of larcenies and house-breaking have increased nearly five times in the period 1960-1990.

The number of robberies increased in the period from about 300 a year to nearly 10 times 300. Alone in the 1980s the number of robberies more than doubled.

Cases about fortune, money including taxes blocks for cases about assaults, narcotics, bodily harm, larceny and housebreaking. 112,000 cases of violation of the criminal law in 1989; there were 538,300 notified violations, 1,918 prosecution-withdrawns and 21,659 cases where prosecution was left undone.


The official explanation to criminality

On the reasons behind and the effects of the way things have been developing as described here, the elite of power, criminologists, pedagogues, journalists, sociologists, psychologists, evaluators and other can tell a great deal, and they have the possibility to do this, when they want to.

It is always something 'about an investigation that shows..', the one more effected or unscientific and design than the other[6]

In the Danish newspaper Politiken 23rd July 1989 you could read a reporting from Institute of Crimino-logy. Interior migration from rural to urban districts[7], differences in the economies of people, and an asserted increased willingness to report criminal acts are stated as reasons to the explosive development in the accounted criminality. "In the beginning of the 1980s it was the unemployment that should be guilty, in 1989 the unemployment effected in contrary, it was so disciplining to young people that they instead concentrated to live healthy and rationally", you could read in the same feature article in Politiken. In 1990 you began to read in the newspapers, and see on TV that large proportions of the violations of the criminal law were not reported stated caused by reprisals from the criminals, who nearly every time is led free after ended examination. They even tried to explain the development by interior migration of Danes from the country-side to towns. Unfortunately the share of the Danish population living in towns with 10,000 or more inhabitants had not changed in the period as I introductory stated . What do we do? 


Yes, you have to hear and see a lot before you loose your senses, especially your sense of humor.


In 1960 people talked to each other in the buses, and carrier cyclists whistled the tune of the day, when they hurried through Copenhagen[8]. From 1975 it was the practice in schoolclasses that the children shouted and screamed, while the teacher tried to find something, they felt like listen to. From 1980 nursery schools rushed up into the buses, and overturned old people. In 1988 less than 200 street-mischiefmakers could terrorize whole quarters of Copenhagen, while a frightened crowd of policemen just looked at what was happening, afraid of being the persecuted in the media that represents upper-Denmark least by good most by evil.   

In 1991 the forces of 'the Possesseds' and of 600 vicars were united to neglect the law and the rights in Denmark. A church-occupation in Copenhagen. From that church they made a new Special-Law via the media for some of their friends from the Middle East. Our parliament had to accept, perhaps because they are servants, not real rulers.

Who represents the real power? The Government or International Red Cross. Or perhaps we have to go higher. Many despaired individuals asked like this, when I traveled around and told facts in the period 1990-1992.


In 2000 600,000-750,000 immigrants (11-14 p.c.) had settled in Denmark. They are called refugees, even though they have paid their wage-income for three years to come here on false papers. They occupy more than 30 p.c. of the worst cells in the prisons, and they are prosecuted 3-5 times[9] more than the Danes, when you compare to their population rate, and you look at the gross and most infamous criminal acts following the official Danish statistics[10].

In the description of the criminality it is important to give the possibility of comparison in relation to the foundation of the population, and to their charges for each head category of criminal acts divided between Danish and foreigners by the Danish Commissioner of Police. [11]

Without such possibilities (from 1992) the accounts have no meaning anymore.


An example of the consequences of the false arrangement

With the official foundation of population the analysis of the Danish Commissioner of Police in the years 1993 and 1994 lead among many other things to the following conclusion:


4.5 p.c. of shop-larcenies in Denmark were done by Danish citizens. 11.4 p.c. were done by foreign citizens, 84.1 p.c. of the larcenies were done by asylum-applicants. Notice that last percent. Notice that it was 84.1 p.c. of all shop-larcenies in the country, if the charges have been made. Here I had to trust the Commissioner of Police. This criminality was the logic consequence of the official information, and this criminality should have be made by 10.3 p.c. of all the asylum-applicants, as they are called in the analysis. And in addition the 84.1 p.c. of all shop-larcenies were only 65.2 p.c. of all the violations of these asylum-applicants.


This is simply false. It is a wild exaggeration to maintain that asylum-applicants are 18-19 times more criminal than the Danish citizens by this criminal act. But this is the logic consequence of the official information.


Generally it is difficult with lies. If there officially should be very few asylum-applicants in the country, and charges have been made against them, then they have to be very criminal. If on the other hand there were more asylum-applicants in the country, the criminality are divided on this larger number, and then they are less criminal.


[As a racist you would not have focused on these aspect, I guess. The state did not.]


This critical analysis[12], of which a single element was brought to light here, was mailed to Folketinget (the Danish parliament). There were no useful reactions.

Now the reader perhaps understand, why the accounts of the criminality were not published for three years until 1993. One of two central the persons, (MPs) who prevented the publication is a former Minister of Justice in Denmark.

In the beginning of my analysis including explanations and comments I asked the authorities some questions. These questions are listed in the following. The answers I received were not useful, not as information, but they were very fine documentation. Bureaucratic flight from the responsibility. I told the public this, and I tell it here too. The answers of the authorities have not been translated to English. The original answer in Danish has just been copied according to its worth. It is included in the next section (hard copy).


Questions to the responsible authorities about the results of the present reading

[the present reading:  Investigation of criminality 1993 and 1994 made by the Commissioner of Police]:


1. In the period 1980-1994 58,048 have received the Danish citizenship by naturalizations. 72 p.c. or 41,783 concern immigrants from outside Western Europe and outside North America. 1980-1999 the number is 97.435. Will the account of criminality on this foundation be arranged in such a way that it can clearly be seen, if the charges concern naturalized?


2. Question 1 actualizes even more of the fact that young women who are children of naturalized, in these years begin to bear children who in spite of their language, culture, and of the father officially can be indicated as Danish.


3. The number of 'asylum-seekers' is included in the investigation of the Commissioner of Police for the years 1993 and 1994. The number in this category is indicated for the two years to respectively about 21,000 and 20,442.

It has been shown in this analysis that these figures can not include all refugees including those in integration-programs in 1993 and 1994.


When there do not exist official accounts of refugees referring to fixed dates of the year, I want to be informed a little more precisely on which basis the number of refugees as a part of the population in the statistic analysis has been selected? When the accounts of the number in the analysis automatically lead to an systematic overestimated criminality of the refugees, do the authorities then plan to correct the accoun-ting-fault so that the account of the population of Denmark will be in good order hence-forward?


4. Will an initiative be taken to make one description for each category or head-category of criminal acts - and not for a total number of different actions for a part of the population?


5. When the official period 'News from Criminal Care' in the numbers 5, 6 and 7 1994 informed that the proportion of the imprisoned foreigners in Danish prisons was 10-12 p.c., and interior sources in the prison administration informed that the proportion in those of the prisons, where the strongest punished were imprisoned, was 28-32 p.c., does this large divergence attribute to a large diviation in the proportions in the single institutions? Or must this divergence also be seen as a fault in accounting. The 28-32 p.c. matches precisely our estimated frequencies in the more strong criminality among foreigners?


6. If the investigation of the criminality caused by faults in population-basis and/or in the individual-category-choice does not fulfill the scientific claims about adequance and unequivocability, will it be corrected then so that it shows a correct picture of the criminality in Denmark including the proportions of foreigners and of Danes in their country?[13]


The Minister of Justice, The Minister of Interior Affairs, their predecessors, and some of their civil servants in the Directory of Foreigners and the Department of Interior Affairs incur a serious responsibility for their misinformation by distorted descriptions of the criminality in Denmark for example in the years 1993 and 1994.


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[1] Following the official statistics of criminality and ditto statistics/accounts of population.

[2] A small homogenous country and easy to see. Perhaps the reason why Denmark was selected as an experiment, a younger employee in Red Cross happened to tell on a course of management in the seventies.

[3] Shown in 'Analysis of the crimnality and population in Denmark for the years 1993 and 1994' that I made November 1995.

[4] I remember when the number decreased to less than 50% in Denmark, and I am 52 years old. In Berlin 44% of such violations were solved in 1996.

[5] A town in Southern Fune (the island in the middle of Denmark) with about 25,000 inhabitants in 1962.

[6] More detailed explanation under 'Danish Marketing' in chapter 10.

[7] On page 85 we saw that less than one third of the Danish population live (lived in 1960) in towns with more than 10,000 inhabitants.

[8] Now the most people I hear whistle do so, when they are nervous.

[9] Depending on what crime you choose.

[10] The official statistics of criminality has been damaged in Denmark now. I shall show this below.

[11] This is what the mentioned private analysis of criminality and population does. I have from other points of view shown that the statistics and the accounts of the population in Denmark have developed highly unreliable. The autorities have not shown any effective interest to bring it in good order, even though this would have been done very easy by looking at the Swedish system. The critic occupied many columns in the Danish newpapers from the end of the 1980s to the beginning of the 1990s.

[12]  The analysis (in Danish) is shown in:


[13] A description in the newspaper Jyllands Posten September 4th 1996 confirms my results. This confirmation had not been necessary, but it is funny that the 30 p.c. of the criminality is that of the foreigners, when the numbers are presented by the police in Aarhus, and the population is described by the Town Counsel of Aarhus. 30 p.c. of the criminality means that the immigrants in Aarhus are about 3-5 times more criminal than the Danes according to their part of the population. Earlier I had focused on the fact that the population-accounts in the town Aarhus are better than average in Denmark. Now the results of the analysis clearly confirms this.