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in response to reader comment: WHITES ARE PLAIN RACIST

Submitted by Hans (Denmark), Mar 1, 2010 at 07:09

It's not the danes' fault that you're ignorant. You have every opportunity to integrate yourself to the society, but it's not really helping your case with the constant crimes, a large number of you are committing.

And don't talk about like it's any better in most African or Middle Eastern countries. Do you even know what would happen if a white person moved there?

It's allowed to use your head sometimes.

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