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Holger Danske is awakening

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Submitted by Frank Oddersborg (Denmark), Feb 18, 2006 at 01:43

TO: AKRAM BESHARA, Feb 16, 2006 at 17:21

I can read out of your post that you haven't been to Denmark lately. Here in the cold north in the "Anti-Muslim country", there are a major battles of opinion taking place. Every day the newspapers, the other Medias are filled with people who resent the now decreasing Muslim control.

All of a sudden "Holger Danske" (the spirit of the Danes) has been awakening. It's not only the government but as much the ordinary man on the street who has had enough with these extreme communities within the state and the outer threats.

I am only wondering why the rest of the world is still hiding when in fact they should have gone up hours, day even weeks ago.
Is it because they think there is some easy money to be earned? Are they really intimidated by these hordes of flag burning and rioting followers of Islam?

I don't know, I'm just glad that I'm not living in a country that has submitted to any outer or inner threat such as Islam.
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