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No way back for Denmark

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: American opinion of Denmark

Submitted by newman (Denmark), Oct 11, 2009 at 06:01

Iam an African who happened to live in Denmark for over 20 years.

Racism is one of the hallmarks of Denmark and unfortunately it is too late to repair the damage.

The danes can not accept the fact that Denmark is already a multicultural and multiethic society .... Instead of putting some effort into the process of a better integration policy the politicians use the status que to drag the society deeper into segeregation and misunderstanding. The danish social laws are a clear example of that, bearing in mind that there are 2 sets of rules governing the social welfare: one for citizens of non danish background and another for ethnic danes ....You will never be able to rent an apartment if you are a foreigner ...They can deny you access to some night clubs if you are dark skinned .The muslims are just an execuse to discriminate more foreigners on the basis of being alien to the danish society.. It is all about racism and fascism wrapped up in hate for the muslims.


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