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so true

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Racism in Copenhagen

Submitted by sarah janes (Denmark), May 3, 2009 at 21:48

i am indian too and have experienced this on the train in copenhagen too. i think its the women who do this not the men. somehow the women are so insecure coz their men look at women from abroad and dont give them any attention. I find in all cold countries the people are very miserable.i would treat a guest well if they came to my country and for goodness sakes indians dont settle down in Denmark they just come there to earn money and leave. who is going to pay so much of tax, be with people that are so miserable and different the danes are so odd. they speak oddly and dress oddly for gods sakes they havent heard about christian dior or Gucci.

The world is changing. The danes dont like change and wont change therefore in the future they are going to be poor. and whoever told you the world owes alot to denmark is bollocks. stay in your dream land no one even features denmark as a strong economy. they just a sleepy country up north.


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