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DENMARK NEEDS TO INTEGRATE MORE

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Submitted by K RICHARD (United Kingdom), Jan 3, 2010 at 12:53

You are quite CORRECT, many countries have invited foreigners to boost their economies.

No Govt wants to get rid of the foreigners, because, they pay hefty amounts in TAX. While the locals are too happy with their state benefits and go nowhere attitudes, the Govt sees things differently.

The locals should be happy to see foreigners, because of their hard work and TAX payments, the locals can sit and relax in front of TV all day and still get enough for food and other stuffs from the Govt.

The locals need to be shown the benefits of foreigners, they bring new skills (I mean Microsoft has based its head office in India, why?)

Its time to grow up and get out of the dark cloud, Danish people are good people and should not cloud their name with racism. IDI Amin Dada of Uganda, kicked out all the foreigners only to the loss of his economy and only to beg the foreigners to return back, which they did not do.

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