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Life in Denmark

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Hello Danish/American!!

Submitted by George (Denmark), Oct 6, 2009 at 18:46

I had lived in Denmark for a while and I never had a single Danish friend even though that I'm 'white' so to say it. In my opinion the society here is not exactly racist, but extremely individualist. Some foreigners, like us, feel sometimes like being ignored or unwelcomed, but taking a closer look to how the Danes behave among them, they present the same subnormal behavior (95% do).

The Danes usually do not show any interest in knowing anyone, and for a foreigner it gets much worse obviously, this is not necessarily because the foreigner is Muslim or not. In my stay in Denmark, I had some Muslim and Hindu friends and I'm Christian, but not a single Dane (like everyone mentions) !, even though that they call themselves "christians, friendly and opened ".

I came to Denmark with a lot of expectations and had a lot of enthusiasm in really knowing the Danish culture and language. But I just felt disappointed about that subnormal country. I can read here in the forum how some Danes answer angrily to Muslims to leave Denmark, in order to preserve 'the danish culture', but come on ! There is no Danish culture! or, is it a culture to get totally drunk in order to be able to socialize with another person? . I have heard from very good looking Danish girls that even for them, it is very difficult to meet people (other Danes obviously) and the only way of socializing for the Danes is by getting totally drunk! . isn't that a subnormal behavior?, come on, you cannot call that "culture" . I'm totally convinced that if it wouldn't be for the alcohol, Denmark had been extinguished long time ago.

Most of the Danes are very ignorant and think that the life is so 'perfect' in Denmark, but in reality, Denmark is a communist hellhole ! If you collect garbage or if you are a professor from a prestigious university, your level of life would be practically the same!

I come from a 'third world' country, and seriously, there being in the middle class, one can live much better than in Denmark and one can afford much more things easily, like having a car without being it extremely taxed (210% in taxes on the price of the car) and MUCH better food (which is also taxed) !

The food is another think I dislike about Denmark. It seems they don't have enough. I have seen how in some university cafeterias they count the freaking potatoes they put on your plate !, they count them and they don't give you one single potato more! S*ht a poor person in my 'third world' country eats much better!

Obviously the Danish currency is expensive, and it seems they earn a lot of money, but what the people really can afford themselves in that communist hellhole is just a freaking bike !

But well, that is my overall opinion about Denmark; I would say that maybe 5% of the Danes are not like that.


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