A week and a few dozen posts have passed since the last on topic post on this thread.
It's of course natural since the topic of this thread - Danish controversial laws - proved 180 degrees wrong. The new Danish laws were rather streamlining with existing laws in neighbor countries such as Norway, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland etc.
We can start a new thread about general issues about the migration crisis and its impact on Europe, or we can continue this thread with off topic posts.
Right now I feel like trying the latter option, and with information about a POSITIVE development:
Beginning the day before yesterday trains are again running between Copenhagen and Stockholm. As they have done for 150 years, only broken by WW2 and the present migration crisis. At Copenhagen main railway station on one platform fences have been built making passport and identity checks possible before boarding the train. The trains can then pass through CPH
airport with locked doors, continue over the bridge to Sweden. There Swedish police can enter the train and recheck on the train while it is running.
Before one would catch a train for a few miles from Copenhagen to the underground CPH
airport train station, leave the train, take the stairs up into the airport terminal 3, then queue up for identity check and scanning, then take stairs down to the other platform, wait for another train to bring you over the bridge to Malmö, then change train again for the train to Stockholm.
Give it another ten years, then maybe we will have built up new and efficient passport check facilities to compensate for the broken Schengen.