European nationalism is on the rise and just barely in time to save Denmark from a Meghan Markle-level scandal. [Edit: this was fatally wrong. More at the end.]
Aran Katarina Kirschenmann, hereinafter “Kat”. Chaste ladies, please DO NOT use that hairstyle because it’s becoming a very obvious indicator of feminism, if not outright androgyny. Kat has less manjaw and her eyes are perhaps a touch less sunken, but otherwise is very similar to Meg.
It’s not surprising if similar people have similar behavior. That is one of the basic principles of physiognomy, of course, and it does much to explain why it’s healthy to be around people who are similar to you. Even if they’re total shitbags, you understand them without needing to employ obscure psychometric tools.
But one must train his eye before judging Person A by his resemblance to Person B. Overall face shape, eyes and chin would be the most relevant points of comparison, I think. Eyebrows and nose, not so much.
The son of Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen felt the brunt of the nation’s stricter immigration policies this week. Bergur Rasmussen will be forced to see his 22-year old American girlfriend Aran Katarina Kirschenmann sent back to the United States due to the “child bride law,” which restricts marriages to migrant spouses under the age of 24.
It’s working! Now she has to go back… to MY country? Aww.
Rasmussen is a center-right politician who has accepted large amounts of support from the populist Danish People’s Party, according to Bloomberg. In an effort to increase Danish nationalism, the coalition between Rasmussen and right-wing groups has led to the current immigration policies.
In the wake of the deportation news about Kirschenmann, as well as recent labor shortages, the Prime Minister has tried to reach across the aisle for compromise on the law. According to Bloomberg, that hand has been slapped away for now.
Bastard. He made a good law for Denmark but now wants to change it because it personally inconvenienced his son’s trouser titan.
The prime minister said he stands behind the rule and tougher immigration generally. But he also criticized the lack of flexibility in the current immigration laws, particularly as Danish businesses face a labor shortage and are desperate for highly educated immigrants. “It’s to wonder at, that we live in a country that has no place for her,” Rasmussen said.
In response, Mette Frederiksen, head of the opposition Social Democrats, said the rule carries “a price” and rejected efforts to soften it.
It’s all talking points. Translation:
Lars: These laws are for YOU to obey but not ME. What’s the point of seizing power if I’m not allowed to be a special snowflake?
Mette: Haha! I drink your tears like wine!
According to her LinkedIn page, she is finishing up her studies at Harvard with dual majors in Economics and Psychology. She was in Denmark through a study abroad program with the University of Copenhagen.
Though her page states that she is from the Greater Los Angeles area, she graduated from Bellevue Senior High School in 2014. She lists involvement with the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society and Junior Statesmen of America.
Kat’s from Los Angeles, was raised to a life of meaningless credentialism, then sent to Harvard to marry well or not at all. Enter the son of Denmark’s prime minister, who met her at Harvard! But oops, no green card for you. You’re a “child bride”!
This is Kat in South Africa 2016. Hmm, she wasn’t manjawed in the last pic.
This is Kat without adult supervision.
Per her LinkedIn page, she started a job this April as Group Affairs & Communications Coordinator for Rud Pedersen Public Affairs in Copenhagen. It is unclear if she will be able to do this job remotely. The firm’s site states:
“Rud Pedersen is one of the largest Nordic consultancies specializing in the field of public affairs, now with offices in Brussels and Tallinn, Estonia.
“As a Public Affairs Partner, we help our clients navigate political systems. Our core competences are to understand, analyse and explain society, developments and systems, as well as helping clients by providing an in-depth understanding of public debate and decision-making processes.”
Companies like this one are proliferating in the halls of power and have a strong bias towards hiring recent female college graduates. I suspect they’re a combination of high-rent escort service and pillow talk-enabled influence peddler.
She also has an internship with Pray.com, a social impact company that connects people of different faiths.
*quick check* More of a faith-based payment processor.
Steve Gatena, founder & CEO of Pray.com. Per crunchbase.com,
“Steve has also received an Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the United Nations in a program sponsored by Dell and Intel…”
And it goes downhill from there. Back on topic,
She has her own website that is devoted to personal travel and lifestyle.
She also works with Instagram to promote brands products through paid sponsorship.
Her followership is currently over 111,000.
Male thirst isn’t just real, it’s quantified.
You can see a sampling of her content through her public Facebook page. She has videos of her traveling through various European countries, including a video of her trip to Austria and Liechtenstein.
Sounds familiar. Kat is definitely an NPC.
Of course, she could return two years from now and see if the guy is still jonesing for her. Not likely. Let’s end by listening to feminists weigh in on nationalist immigration policies ruining a Harvard chick’s hypergamy run!
…I couldn’t find any. Weird. Time to check my math. Hmm… This policy turned out to be on the feminist agenda, not a nationalist agenda. The official purpose is to prevent child marriage and it’s pushed by the United Nations. I originally assumed the law was an obvious way to prevent chain migration because it only applies to foreign brides. Marrying local is critical to keeping an ethnic group intact so this passed the smell test.
ARE THERE COUNTRY-SPECIFIC DRIVERS OF CHILD MARRIAGE IN THIS COUNTRY?
Child marriage is driven by gender inequality and the belief that women and girls are somehow inferior to men and boys.
They are inferior physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. That’s okay. Men want girls because they’re fun, they appreciate us and they wait on us, not because they’re effective competitors in society.
Are we talking about child marriage or young marriage?
Denmark has committed to eliminate child, early and forced marriage by 2030 in line with target 5.3 of the Sustainable Development Goals. The government did not provide an update on progress towards this target during its Voluntary National Review at the 2017 High Level Political Forum.
Both child AND young marriage, in the name of ‘Sustainable Development’. Facepalm.
Denmark co-sponsored the 2017 Human Rights Council resolution recognising the need to address child, early and forced marriage in humanitarian contexts.
Denmark co-sponsored the 2013 and 2014 UN General Assembly resolutions on child, early and forced marriage, and the 2013 Human Rights Council resolution on child, early and forced marriage. In 2014, Denmark signed a joint statement at the Human Rights Council calling for a resolution on child marriage.
Denmark ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1991, which sets a minimum age of marriage of 18, and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in 1983, which obligates states to ensure free and full consent to marriage.
Oh, right. Denmark is Scandinavian. It’s ugly when a high-trust ethnic group drinks the Globalist Kool-Aid.
In 2015 the CEDAW Committee raised concerns that Denmark’s efforts to combat forced marriage among migrants, including requiring spouses to be at least 24 years of age during reunification cases, restricts women’s rights to family life. It urged Denmark to explore alternative options to combatting forced marriage.
Holy Fried Fraking Ice, Batman! Denmark would have to be LESS feminist for this particular feminist to succeed at her high-profile starter marriage. Denmark has cucked so hard on “don’t let her be forced to marry” that they’re now getting complaints that they aren’t allowing her to marry.