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Goodbye to Danes and flatulence

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by ssh (United States), Jan 12, 2008 at 20:53

In the response letter titled Multiculturalism and Denmark from Elisabeth Arnold and Elsebeth Gerner Nielsen, dated September 6, 2002, they mentioned the First World's flatulence in their closing paragraph: "During the coming decade, Denmark will need 100,000 new pairs of hands in the workforce. The Danes produce fewer children and live longer."

Comment: Goodbye Danes. Goodbye abortion advancers. Goodbye relativistic "me-ism" atheists. Goodbye Socialist-Radical Liberal governments. Bye ‘buy' consumerism. Ancient Egypt was fortunate: the Jews said goodbye first. By - ssh

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