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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Denmark is Racist

Submitted by American Wisdom (United States), Sep 26, 2010 at 22:35

The previous commenter makes the mistake of comparing crime rates found in North America, which is populated by a mixtures of different minorities, with that of Denmark, which is primarily Danish, and has minority population that is predominately Muslim. Of course, the Muslim population in Canada doesn't commit the majority of crime there because they are just a very small part of the Canadian population as a whole. The Muslim population in Denmark, as a percentage, is greater than in Canada. There has been a direct correlation between the increase number of Muslims in Denmark with the increase is major crime. You can lie and spin about that situation all you want, but the statistics are factual in Denmark. Muslims will never respect any other religion, and it shows by their behavior. When they are a tiny minority, they are almost invisible, not wanting to bring attention to themselves. As they gain in number, they gain in militancy and obstinance, as if all other people need to bow down to them, and their religion. Sorry to break it to you, but that's not going to happen.


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