Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Warning about the Green card system in Denmark

If you wan't to seek a job in Denmark you can apply in our Green Card system, but please don't. Most likely you will be cheated. I got a link to a blog with an entry about this problem in my RSS-feed. I decided to quote it in full because a system like this gives Denmark a bad reputation and some might believe that it is a case of xenophobia when it in reality is caused by the fact that the Danish education is second-to-none placing the Danes first when it comes to any kind of job.

Greencard to Denmark is about cheating people

Our politicians created the Greencard system so well-educated people could enter Denmark seeking highpaid jobs.

It is a nice thought but it is a lie.

The reality is that the employees having earned a PhD or something at a similar level end up working as dishwashers or cleaners. Some even have to turn to prostitution.

The problem is simple. No education earned abroad can compete with a degree from the Danish education system. Even a high school exam from a Danish high school qualifies you better to any job than a foreign degree from a top-university.

Often people have paid a lot to cover the travel expenses. They might even have created dept. Then they end up in jobs where they in no way can pay the debt in full during a life time.

I don't know how to reach out to the people around the world hoping that there is a job in Denmark to warn them to stay away.

I have posted this post to warn people because I feel very bad that people are lured here when there is no hope for them.

Please repost this message to anyone you know so these personal tragedies can be avoided.


Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Gang rape in India - this time a Danish tourist became the victim

A Danish woman became victim of a gang rape in New Delhi when she lost her way to her hotel after having visited a Museum. She is now safely back in Denmark but suffers from emotional scars.

It is not so much a question about justice. It is quite common for the police in India to arrest random poor people and then let an accident happen in the prison so a costly and often difficult trial can be avoided.

The security in India’s jails is very relaxed and the safety of the prisoners cannot be ensured according to a ruling in a Danish High court in another case.

The important lesson learned from this tragic story is that India is not at a level where it is a country you should visit as a tourist.

But it is also important to notice that several countries have outsourced parts of the management of their public computer systems to firms from India. The question whether such deals are secure given the somewhat questionable nature of the handling of human rights both for victims and criminals.

This tragic gang rape raises more questions which need to be answered.

Danish woman allegedly robbed and gang-raped near New Delhi railway station (Times of India)