(Danish crown prince Frederik, himself a former soldier in Fromandskorpset, the Danish counterpart to the Navy Seals. His mother, queen Margrethe, was the first member of the royal nobility to speak against Islam).
The enemy breached our lines decades ago. Yet another country bows to the 5th column combatants. Via 10news.dk:
Several Danish soldiers have decided to not wear their uniforms publicly after Denmark has become an active part of the war on the terror organization IS.
“I will not say I’m worried. But I think about it. I try as much as possible to avoid wearing a uniform when I go home,” says Nichlas, a constable in the Danish Defense …
“Because of the terror risk, there is no need to advertise that you are a soldier. My family should not feel threatened at any time,” says Jimmy, who is leading a section in the Army …
In May of last year, the British soldier Lee Rigby was run over and hacked to death by two Muslim extremists in London near some barracks. Jesper K. Hansen, president of the Central Organization of cadres, understands the Danish soldiers concern.
“That type of people are here in our community, and therefore there will be the risk that such a thing could occur here, too, and we might as well articulate it. It is important that you relate to it, and the main thing for me is to get the debate going,” says Jesper K. Hansen for TV 2 News. He also encourages its members to be careful.
“Next week we have a congress with 200 soldiers in one place, and in connection with this I would recommend the delegates that they do not come in uniform,” he says …
The former head of operations for Military Intelligence, Frank Jensen, agrees.
“One should not be completely naive, and you have to be careful.”