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I didn't make myself an racist, they did.

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Sweden is the most racist country

Submitted by Andre Ohr (Sweden), Jan 23, 2010 at 05:50

I'm Swedish myself and I must say I'm an racist, but it wasn't my fault, they made me one. They go around and sabotage everything they see destroy everything, at my school people are afrraid of them, they have hurted several of my friends so they had to go to the hospital, unconscious and they did it for no reason, just trying to be cool. We're the country who take in the most foreigners, we want them to work, but they don't, they're lazy ass son of a bitches WHO DOES NOT WANT TO WORK, they say to us they think Sweden is great because they don't have to do..., they can sit home and get paid by doing nothing, and that's a good amount of fee they're getting, WE ARE PAYING THEM OUR TAX MONEY TO JUST SIT HOME AND DO ...

, I say iy isn't my fault I hate them, I didn't decide to be a racist because of their skin colour no reason for how they look, but for what they're doing to our country. Your ...saying we don't let them do anything get no jobs and all that is so FAKE, I have like 4 foreigner teachers in my class,.... Don't come and say their options to a good life here in Sweden are limited...



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