Hell's Angels fight back against muslim immigrant jihad gangs

by Kal El on September 23, 2008 · View Comments

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HELL YES!!!!! Sign me up! Those cagey, ballsy Danes! Stepping up and doing the job the dhimmi police won’t do. Makes me want to move to Denmark and join them!

Hell’s Angels applications increase tenfold in connection with immigrant showdown.

Interest for membership of the Hell’s Angels suppoort group AK81 has exploded. – Foto: BORBERG THOMAS

The Hell’s Angels biker group is experiencing a flood of new applications for membership, in particular for its support group AK81. The group normally receives only few enquiries in its web-based guest book, but the past week alone has seen 250 queries.

Seventy-five of those enquiring have asked to become members of the AK81 group, or to be invited to Hell’s Angels parties in order to gain affiliation.

AK81 is a support group for the Hell’s Angels. The acronym stands for the Danish words Altid Klar (Always Ready), while 81 are the alphabet numbers for H and A.

Showdown
The increase in membership enquiries comes in connection with a showdown in recent weeks between immigrant groups and the Hell’s Angels as well as shows of strength by Hell’s Angels members who have walked the streets of Copenhagen and Århus en masse.

The Hell’s Angels home page has introduced a special AK81 page providing direct mail to the group, thus preventing police from being able to track approaches.

Going fast
A concerned police force has, however, registered the flood of interest in being recruited to what is termed the Hell’s Angels ‘mini-army’.

“We are worried that this is escalating and involving more and more people,” says Deputy Chief Superintendant Jørgen Isalin of the National Investigation Support Centre.

“It’s all going very fast now and there is no doubt that more and more people are joining. This is also happening on the other side too where large numbers of anti-social youths are supporting criminal immigrant groups who cause trouble in the streets and are provoking the Hell’s Angels,” he says.

HA no comment
Last month the conflict between the two groups cost the life of a young man. Since then the showdown has become more open, with shots being fired, hand grenades lobbed and marches in which the gangs show their strength.

“First of all it was the other groups that bothered the Hell’s Angels. Then they started AK81, and now they feel strong enough to arrive at parties, pubs and techno parties to show off their insignia. That is something the other groups won’t accept,” says Isalin.

It has not been possible to get a comment from the Hell’s Angels

Perhaps they are unavailable for comment because they are too busy FIGHTING BACK!

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  • http://www.mosquewatch.blogspot.com Jeff

    I said this some years back that gangs and groups like the kkk (aryan nations etc) would come out of the woodwork if the situation gets worse.  I’ve also said that if the our leaders don’t protect us, the people would at some point do the job our Government refuses to do. I don’t agree with the HA or groups like the aryan nation groups one bit.  I’m actually conflicted on this issue. If I could find a good Militia to join I would, sadly though here , most hate people simply for skin color or they hate the Jews. Another prediction , it will get a hell of alot worse before it gets any better. We are in for some bad times in the future. I am really enjoying this site alot more lately, better even than freerepublic. Your honesty and the non politically correct stance on the issues should be commended. (Not too mention I rip alot of articles and post them lol ) Take care all, G-d bless. Pray for the best, and prepare for the worst.

  • http://freedomalert.org Mark

    Can I say “God Bless the Hells Angels?” :)   I guess I just did!

    Mark
    Act for America!
    Grand Rapids Chapter Leader
    http://actforamerica.org

  • Tonto (USA)

    About time.  I’ve had a hard time figuring why Europe has been putting up with mook crap for so long.  I know the laws against violence are tough, but it seems like the laws are also selective.  How come the mooks get away with it and the natives don’t?   From what I hear, it doesn’t matter what country either.  There is trouble in France and Spain for sure and rumors of others.  Do they have a hands off policy for muslims like we do for illegal aliens?   The mooks must be cutting into HA profits or something for those assholes to get all flighty about another criminal element.

  • jennyjen

    I have never been more proud! If the cops won’t deal with it then turn it over to Hell’s Angels! Like Jeff said above…it will get worse before it gets better. But hey, atleast it’s gonna get better!

  • Infidela

    Finally there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.   As long as we know that there are people on our side who will fight for us, I can cope with the oncoming darkness,  for I know that one day we will prevail.

    The Hell’s Angels will never bow to Islam.  They love their bikes, their beer, and their women, (preferable naked) too much for that to happen. 

    They are the nucleus of an army, of which thousands of people will eventually join.

    I feel that I can face anything now.

  • Tonto (USA)

       Dang!  I think I’ll go bitterly cling to my Bible and cuddle my guns for awhile.  I’m so glad we have the 2nd ammendment here in the USA.  I’m going to the range tomorrow, for sure, even though it’s Sunday.  I know, I’ll take my Bible with me!

  • http://blancheeurope.wordpress.com/2008/10/08/danemark-hell%e2%80%99s-angels-contre-djihadistes/ Danemark – Hell’s Angels contre Djihadistes « Blanche Europe

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  • http://intensedebate.com/people/colindale colindale

    God bless the Hells Angels. If they had a support gang in the UK I would sign up like a shot.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/AlaskanInfidel AlaskanInfidel

    I am my own militia…though I can arm 6 men to the teeth and another 5 lightly. My old lady is an Oakley and can shoot like one. I'm 52 and started hunting when I was 5. I can cut a blade of grass down at a hundred yards and make it fall left or right. No brag, just fact. I love to shoot. (The Real McCoys? Walter Brennan…)

    I hear the gunfire from my neighbors machine guns regularly as they practice to keep sharp. Class three weapons licenses are easy to get here. Lots of my neighbors have them. I take comfort in that knowledge.

    I went through the 64 quake…a 9.3. This was my initial inspiration for being prepared for the breakdown, temporary or otherwise, of society. Generators, fuel, food water and of course, self defense.
    Looting, as in New Orleans will not occur at my home. They may try, but they will die trying. If not by my hand or at the hands of my woman, then in the jaws of my Mastiffs. A three hundred pound dog can ruin your day.

    Now I find that I'm prepared for another disaster in the making. The disaster that is Islam. A religion created for the benefit of one sexually perverted, murdering misogynist desert bandit. Mo. The inventor of Allah. Like the monster in some sci fi flick, his invention continues to kill in his dead name, benefiting only the Ayatoilets that run the show.

    Islam is a form of government in the guise of a religion…nothing more.

    Islam is a lie and truth is killing it.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/Kal_El Kal_El

    Sign me up!! We do the same in Texas. I am not as accurate as you, but with a 30 Aught 6 I am very capable. And with a semi-auto I am just as lethal :D

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  • Aussie against islam

    Amen brother!!!!

  • Andrew

    At least the angels have the nuts to step up, and take care of buisness, unlike you people that sit there and critisize them for being everything you wanna be. THAT'S RIGHT! I SAID IT! There willing to fight for this country as true americans would, despite what people say about them! I am not a member, but i am a lifetime supporter!
    AND I AM DAMN PROUD OF IT!

    GOD BLESS THE ANGELS! AFFA

  • Andrew

    At least the angels have the nuts to step up, and take care of buisness, unlike you people that sit there and critisize them for being everything you wanna be. THAT'S RIGHT! I SAID IT! There willing to fight for this country as true americans would, despite what people say about them! I am not a member, but i am a lifetime supporter!
    AND I AM DAMN PROUD OF IT!

    GOD BLESS THE ANGELS! AFFA

  • http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2501639/interview_with_an_angel_johnny_bart.html?cat=7 Harley

    Great article, thanks for the share.

  • RAGGY

    RAGGY will allways back hells angels fuckin right if its not red and white its not right F.T.W

  • RAGGY

    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK ANGELS

  • R G Linehan

    Dude, you are so far from wrong it hurts me to know that people believe that. First of all there has only beentwo ayatolas and only in Iran. Second Allah means God in Arabic, to the jes, Christians and Muslims who speak Arabic, wasn’t just a new fad when Islam was founded. Mohammad was no more of a perv than any other man of the time, mose historians agree in a time where life expectancy was 30-40 average age of marage was 12, no different than 60 something men dating girls who are 25.believe it or not, most Muslims don’t give a shit about you or most other western people who think like you. Most want peace, secure work, and a family..the wackos you see on TV are the ones who represent the ultra extreme who wsh to throw rocks and cause a stir much like how there are chistianswho do the same. I seriously don’t expect you to agree with me and I know I completely wasted my time but it had to be said. Not all Muslims think like that. I’m from an irish Catholic family in Canada, a member of the army,voter, tax payer, father and husband who happened to be a Muslim. I believe my faith makes me stronger, and I don’t agree with many extremist/jihadist/islamist views. I don’t go to the mosque in this town because the spiritual leader is ultra conservative and I cannot agree with him or his teachings. My fellow soldiers do not care what I believe, nor do they ever question my dedication. They know if the bullets start flying, be it from you or Mr Taliban, I’m in the dirt with them, and will never leave them. Now I’m fully willing to have a civil conversation if you with to rebuttle. R.g.linehan@gmail.com. I’m sorry for any spelling mistakes, over tired and using a tablet which makes for a poor combo. Have yourself a nice day and godbless.

  • dig it

    Hell yes! Mr.hommed is a BITCH!

    Get fucked Islam!

  • Dog

    Hells Angels, the version of letting the dogs out when strangers arrive.  Come friendly, we’ll act friendly, come with ill intent, we’ll show you our teeth.  What has happened in Frnace, Spain, Sweden, etc., with Islam will not happen ine the USA, trust me.  

    When all MCs come together, we are an Army.  At that point, CUTs, Colors, affiliations will not matter.  We are a “Brotherhood”.

  • Gareth Connors

    That form of government is known as Fascism.

  • Gareth Connors

    You profess “Faith” therefore you are irrational, simple as that.

  • SirWilhelm

    There are many things that can not be explained by rationality, which is why faith exists. The questions over what happens after we die, is the best example for why faith exists. Do you believe in life after death? If you are an atheist, and say no, you are expressing a matter of faith, because you have faith in your belief that there is no God, and no life after death, the other side of a belief in God and life after death. Is not the possiblity of two such opposite beliefs evidence of design in the Universe? It’s evidence of a deliberately designed mystery, in my opinion. Created to force both sides to use the minds they were given, and to encourage those minds to interact in debate.

  • Gareth Connors

    1) “There are many things that can not be explained by rationality, which is why faith exists”
    Enumerate them! Give one cogent example supported by evidence.
    2)” Do you believe in life after death? If you are an atheist, and say no, you are expressing a matter of faith, because you have faith in your belief that there is no God”. Illogical response and if I have to tell you why you are not qualified to debate this subject.
    I am an Athieist and as such disbelieve in LAD. However, in the absence of evidence, proof proper, of this I ask this. The still born baby, the Alzheimers sufferer, the war casualty who’s brains are blown out. At what stage of consciouness, development or self awareness do they achieve rebirth? Where are they, when reborn? ( in your mind I suspect)
    3) “Created to force both sides to use the minds they were given, and to encourage those minds to interact in debate.” WHY?
    If your omnipotent God is so perfect why would it require debate regarding its own rules?
    Life is a process. Consciouness occured when brain size reached critical mass. Thought, self awareness, and everything else, human and non human is a biological quantum process. There is no god.

  • SirWilhelm

    Life after death is the first, and best example of something that can not be explained by rationality. You proved my arguement when you said you “disbelieve in LAD.” Disbelief, like belief, are two sides of the same coin, faith. You can not prove there is not LAD, anymore than I can prove there is LAD. You either disbelieve, or believe, and since there is not enough proof, one way or the other, our beliefs are not based on rationality. I can not prove your examples are reborn, or where or when, anymore than you can prove they are not. Once again you provide your own examples of things that can not be explained by rationality. If you believe in karma, you can explain the concept of rebirth base on faith in karma. Not rational, unless you consider making a conscious decision to have faith in a belief, is being rational. Have you not made a conscious decision to have faith that there is no God?
    The Creator gave us free will, debate is one way we try to influence each other to excercise our free will to support, or oppose others with free will.
    Consciousness occured when brain size reached critical mass? Did critical mass create all the different functions within the human brain? Does brain mass alone determine who will be geniuses, and who will be idiots? If so, why is everyone with the same brain mass as Einstein’s, not an Einstein? How does brain mass explain talents, like painting, sculpture, composing music, playing instruments, and singing? Are those talents necessary for survival of the fittest? If not, why do they exist, oh rational one?

  • Gareth Connors

    Ok, lets cut to the chase. In a sense you are correct regarding belief/non-belief being two sides of a coin in that mathematicaly there is no such thing as absolute certainty like knowing the exact value of Pi. Heisenberg proved this with his Uncertainty Principal. However, probability is demonstrable down to the limits set by Max Plank who gave us the absolute theoretical (as opposed to absolute per se) limits of time and space, Plank time, Plank length etc. Now without embarking upon a disertation of quantum physics, if you are coginsent of the physical laws as understood so far. If you are aware of such work as Bell’s Theorem, the theory of Non-Locality etc and if you agree broadly with modern evolutionary thinking you will come to the conclusion that your views regarding the supernatural nature of life are if not erroneous, highly unlikely to be valid.
    So, to state the case as it would be put in a court room. Whilst we cannot with certainty (remember Heisenberg) state that god does not exist the evidence extant suggests that it is unlikely to exist within the constraints set by physics. A Supernatural creator is not required to explain any observable phenomena and if it did exist it would be bound by the same laws that govern the rest of the universe therefore in order to create the universe it could not be part of it.
    I hope this clarifies my point for you.

  • Gareth Connors

    Ok, lets cut to the chase. In a sense you are correct regarding belief/non-belief being two sides of a coin in that mathematically there is no such thing as absolute certainty like knowing the exact value of Pi. Heisenberg proved this with his Uncertainty Principal. However, probability is demonstrable down to the limits set by Max Plank who gave us the absolute theoretical (as opposed to absolute per se) limits of time and space, Plank time, Plank length etc. Now without embarking upon a dissertation of quantum physics, if you are cognizant of the physical laws as understood so far. If you are aware of such work as Bell’s Theorem, the theory of Non-Locality etc and if you agree broadly with modern evolutionary thinking you will come to the conclusion that your views regarding the supernatural nature of life are if not erroneous, highly unlikely to be valid. So, to state the case as it would be put in a court room. Whilst we cannot with certainty (remember Heisenberg) state that god does not exist the evidence extant suggests that it is unlikely to exist within the constraints set by physics. A Supernatural creator is not required to explain any observable phenomena and if it did exist it would be bound by the same laws that govern the rest of the universe therefore in order to create the universe it could not be part of it. I hope this clarifies my point for you.
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    SirWilhelm wrote, in response to Gareth Connors:

    Life after death is the first, and best example of something that can not be explained by rationality. You proved my arguement when you said you “disbelieve in LAD.” Disbelief, like belief, are two sides of the same coin, faith. You can not prove there is not LAD, anymore than I can prove there is LAD. You either disbelieve, or believe, and since there is not enough proof, one way or the other, our beliefs are not based on rationality. I can not prove your examples are reborn, or where or when, anymore than you can prove they are not. Once again you provide your own examples of things that can not be explained by rationality. If you believe in karma, you can explain the concept of rebirth base on faith in karma. Not rational, unless you consider making a conscious decision to have faith in a belief. Have you not made a conscious decision to have faith that there is no God? The Creator gave us free will, debate is one way we try to influence each other to excercise our free will to support, or oppose others with free will. Consciousness occured when brain size reached critical mass? Did critical mass create all the different functions within the human brain? Does brain mass alone determine who will be geniuses, and who will be idiots? If so, why is everyone with the same brain mass as Einstein’s, not an Einstein? How does brain mass explain talents, like painting, sculptor, composing music, playing instruments, and singing? Are those talents necessary for survival of the fittest? If not, why do they exist, oh rational one?
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  • SirWilhelm

    When in doubt, resort to math, is what modern science does. I am cognizant of the physical laws as understood by human scientists, so far, and I don’t believe broadly with evolutionary thinking. I think it is greatly flawed, beyond the point of salvation, because it’s founding principle, natural selection, has been falsified by the evidence discovered by evolutionists. But, instead of starting over, like in most of science, they have patched the theory, and continue to do so. To get to your hypothetical courtroom, I object to human physics constraining the existence of God. Human physics has not proven the existence of Black Holes, in fact, the mathematical theory proving Black Holes, has been falsified by S J Crothers. Without Black Holes, there can be no Big Bang, and no Big Bang Universe. And the gravity theory developed by those theories, dependent on the Higgs-Bosun, has been falsified. The Hadron Collider experiments have not found it, despite the spin they have put on the evidence, and the LIGO experiments can not find it’s corresponding gravity waves. Rather than acknowledging falsification, they ask for more money for more sensitive experiments, when the original experiments were supposed to be sensitive enough to detect what they were designed to detect. I agree, a Supernatural creator is not required to explain any observable phenomena, He leaves it up to us to observe, and try to understand it, and how He created it. I see no reason why a Creator would be bound by the laws that govern our Universe, the laws He set in place. In fact, it would make more sense if He put Himself above it, and outside it, so that He can observe what goes on within it, and our performance within it. On the other hand, He would be reluctant to interfere with the laws He put in place, but, being the Creator, and the Supreme Being, and wise beyond our understanding, He can change the rules, or suspend them, if He wants to. Your Universe is a Dark one, filled with Black Holes, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy, none of which can, or have been, observed. I believe in a Universe of Light, filled with stars, and filaments of light, and glowing matter, in the form of plasma. I hope this clarifies my points for you, and I ask you, which Universe do you find more attractive?

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    Gareth Connors wrote, in response to SirWilhelm:
    Ok, lets cut to the chase. In a sense you are correct regarding belief/non-belief being two sides of a coin in that mathematically there is no such thing as absolute certainty like knowing the exact value of Pi. Heisenberg proved this with his Uncertainty Principal. However, probability is demonstrable down to the limits set by Max Plank who gave us the absolute theoretical (as opposed to absolute per se) limits of time and space, Plank time, Plank length etc. Now without embarking upon a dissertation of quantum physics, if you are cognizant of the physical laws as understood so far. If you are aware of such work as Bell’s Theorem, the theory of Non-Locality etc and if you agree broadly with modern evolutionary thinking you will come to the conclusion that your views regarding the supernatural nature of life are if not erroneous, highly unlikely to be valid. So, to state the case as it would be put in a court room. Whilst we cannot with certainty (remember Heisenberg) state that god does not exist the evidence extant suggests that it is unlikely to exist within the constraints set by physics. A Supernatural creator is not required to explain any observable phenomena and if it did exist it would be bound by the same laws that govern the rest of the universe therefore in order to create the universe it could not be part of it. I hope this clarifies my point for you.

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