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Of course denmark is a racist society

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by numan (Denmark), Aug 26, 2009 at 17:48

I remember , upon moving to Denmark from Africa some 25 years ago, I had some danish friends I met in Africa , had some very good time with them and we had exchanged letters and phone conversations right until I came to Denmark.

Upon arriving to their country , I assumed that I would be welcomed accordingly, as an old friend coming to stay nearby.

I was met with the coldest reception any one can imagine, and as it was the case with a specifik female friend, I was told that it wasn't appropriate to pay more visits since the husband didn´t like it.

Since then I adapted to the way people segregate in the danish society and kept having my social network among africans, african americans, foreigners from other parts of europe, arabs , muslim, jews and chinese, but NO DANES.

To live in Denmark is one thing but to socialize with thé danes is another.

IT IS A RACIALLY SEGREGATED SOCIETY and that is not official, remember not official


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